Nightmares, History of Holiday Fashion, Thanking Teachers, Jeffersonian Dinners, How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain, Holiday Shopping Hacks
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 305
- Nov 20, 2019 3:00 pm
- 1:41:02 mins
Nightmares (0:00:00) Nothing interrupts a good night’s sleep like a bad dream that wakes you up to a cold sweat and heavy breathing. Growing up, you probably heard not to eat anything sweet or watch scary movies before bed to keep from having nightmares. Little did you know, there’s much more to it! Michael Nadorff and Christopher Drapeau are specialists in behavioral sleep medicine. They are with us to tell us everything we need to know about nightmares. History of Holiday Fashion (0:13:26) Who hasn’t spent at least a few hours in a thrift store, a craft store, or the back of grandma’s closet, searching for the perfectly horrendous ugly sweater for a Christmas party? Why do we wear what we do around the holidays? Where on earth did these wacky traditions come from? With us to shed some light on this phenomenon is Dawna Baugh, a professor of clothing and textile at Brigham Young University. Thanking Teachers (0:32:45) With Thanksgiving a few days away, how many of you have made lists of things, people, and places you’re grateful for? And on those lists filled with “a good job” and “a loving family”, how many of us thought to put “my child’s hardworking school teacher?” Our kids’ teachers work hard and try their best to make sure our kids get a good education, and they deserve our support. Joining us to share ideas of how we can thank our kids’ teachers is Dr. Amanda Witte from the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools. Jeffersonian Dinners (0:50:32) Have you ever been invited to a Jeffersonian Dinner? Some of you might be nodding your head—while others may have no idea what I’m talking about. So, take a step back in time with us to Thomas Jefferson’s famous Monticello home in the green hills of Virginia, for a dinner party unlike any other. Joining us to tell us more about these unique parties and how you might go about hosting your own is Taylor Buonocore Guthrie, co-creator of Convers(ate) dinner cards and Jeffersonian Dinner host and facilitator. How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain (1:06:31) Every year you fall into the trap: crackers, cheese balls, cookies, pie, candy, delicious gifts from neighbors. There’s so much delicious food and it’s hard to avoid it. But another thing we get caught thinking about is how much weight we’ll gain because of it. So how can we avoid holiday weight gain? Laura Silver is a registered dietitian-nutritionist from New York who has a passion for helping people enjoy real, whole foods – without totally compromising on the foods they love. With her unique perspective and professional background, we thought she’d be the perfect person to talk to about how we can avoid weight gain during this holiday season. Holiday Shopping Hacks (1:23:20) The most wonderful time of year can also be the most expensive time of year! But saving money can be easier than you think. Holiday shopping hacks can help you cut through the frustrating and pricey aspects of getting your loved ones that perfect gift.?Here to share some of these hacks is Trae Bodge. Trae is a lifestyle journalist and?TV commentator who specializes in smart shopping, personal finance, and retail.