Non-Traditional Forms of Affection, Giving a Great First Date, Bloball, How to Stop Stalking People Online, Virtual Cooking Classes, B.D. White's Artistic Process
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 484
- Jun 17, 2020 12:00 pm
- 1:39:35 mins
(0:00:00) Everyday Rockstar Richie speaks with this week's Everyday Rockstar. Submit your Everyday Rockstar nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. (0:05:54) Non-Traditional Forms of Affection What's the most creative thing you've done to show someone you love them? Sometimes, the traditional ways of saying "I love you" get a little boring. Sabrina Wang shares out-of-the-box gestures to show your loved ones that you care. (0:20:27) Giving a Great First Date Aren't first dates the worst? While the majority of first dates do not turn into the romantic relationship you were hoping for, relationship expert Kim Seltzer shares a few things you can do to better enjoy your dating life. (0:40:41) Bloball There truly is a sport for everyone, even for those with little hand and foot coordination. One of these sports is Bloball-- all you need is a ping-pong ball, a table, and your windpipes. Kenny Weiland, inventor of the game, explains how to play. (0:52:09) How to Stop Stalking People Online Have you ever found yourself repeatedly returning to the social media profile of someone specific? Most of us can say we have. But why? Dr. Karen North helps us understand our social media habits. (1:09:03) Virtual Cooking Classes Cooking is an art that doesn't come naturally to everyone. Luckily, we have cooking classes to help us out. But have you ever considered taking an online cooking class? Cherly Slocum, a James Beard award-winning food author, tells us all we need to know about choosing the right virtual cooking class. (1:25:19) B.D. White's Artistic Process B.D. White, an artist based in New York City, shares his story of painting streetlights in the city to showcasing his art all around the world.