Back to School Night Success, Music Therapy, Talk Your Way to Money, Nostalgia in Pop Culture, Disconnecting from Social Media, Mini Book Club, Being the Grownup
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 226
- Aug 1, 2019 2:00 pm
- 1:42:17 mins
Back to School Night Success (0:00:00) Teacher Jacqui Murray explains what we can do to make the most of a Back-to-School night. Music Therapy (0:16:20) Kimberly Sena Moore, music therapist and professor of Professional Practice at the Frost School of Music, explains how music can be used to treat certain health conditions. Talk Your Way into Making More Money (0:34:45) Founder of Her First 100k Tori Dunlap gives advice for how to approach asking for a raise or asking to pay less for your bills. Nostalgia in Pop Culture (0:50:35) Andrew Selepak, media professor at the University of Florida, discusses the contemporary allure of nostalgic pop culture that draws us back to past decades. Disconnecting from Social Media (1:01:37) Nancy Colier, author of "The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World," gives tips for distancing ourselves from technology addiction and building a healthy relationship with the virtual world. Mini Book Club: Rules of the Reader (1:19:26) Rachel Wadham of BYU Radio's World's Awaiting spreads awareness for what we are entitled to as readers, such as: the right not to finish a book, the right to read what we want to read, etc. Being the Grownup (1:27:12) Adelia Moore, clinical psychologist and author of "Being the Grownup: Love, Limits, and the Natural Authority of Parenthood," teaches about how we can better fulfill our role as parents.