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The Chit Chat Circus
12 minutes | Aug 5, 2020
Episode #16- The Search for the Perfect Chili and Cornbread
In this episode, Liz recounts the nostalgia of trying cornbread and chili by accident in Italy at a party, then spending the next year finding and recreating the perfect chili. Only one mishap with an entire bottle of pepper, so tune-in to fin out what happened! References:In the episode, Liz looks for the perfect recipe for chili that she tried while in Italy. Not 100% sure this was is, but it is really close and tastes delicious. Just remember, don't use the entire bottle of pepper flakes even if you quadruple the recipe!https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/13079/flatlander-chili/?internalSource=hub%20recipe&referringContentType=SearchFollow the Chit Chat Circus on social media:Linktr.ee Linkshttps://linktr.ee/thechitchatcircusLeave us a review on Podchaser:https://www.podchaser.com/THECHITCHATCIRCUSWant to start your own podcast? You totally should! Build your own podcast with the same equipment we use:KIT.cohttps://kit.co/ChitChatCircus
20 minutes | Jul 30, 2020
Episode #15- The Perfect Spaghetti Carbonara
In this episode, Liz shares how she learned to make traditional spaghetti carbonara and how it quickly became one of her cooking and sharing staples. Learn the secret to making this great classic and impress your friends too!
19 minutes | Jul 17, 2020
Episode #14 - Why Thai Food is my Absolute Favorite Type of Cuisine
In this episode, Liz chit chats about her favorite cuisine type: Thai food. Hear about her friend, Darik, who introduced her to all the best dishes, the secret to the perfect spice level that she can (or rather, can't) handle, and the lengths she'll go to when Thai food isn't available. What is your favorite cuisine?
20 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Episode #13- Dungeons and Dragons
In this episode, Liz chit chat about the classic role-playing game, Dungeons and Dragons. Come learn about her first character, the joy of playing and several of the other RPGs she has played. Bring your mini and your dice and come along for the story.
19 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Episode #12- Liz Talks Law School
In this episode, Liz shares what she has learned about in her summer pandemic law class, plus her current state of mind regarding starting law school in the fall. Learn all about the history and the legal issues surrounding pandemics as you hear about cases and articles that left an impression. References:On Typhoid Mary. First is an overview article about her and her situation, and linked next is the podcast about her case. *Correction- I said in the podcast it was from NPR, but it was actually New York Public Radio."Mary Mallon (1869-1938) and the History of Typhoid Fever," The National Center for Biotechnology Information, 2013.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3959940/"The Most Horrible Seaside Vacation," Radiolab Podcast, 11/13/11.https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/radiolab/segments/169882-typhoid-maryJew Ho v. Williamson, 103 F. 10, (N.D. Cal. 1905)Wisconsin Legislature v. Andrea Palm, 2020 WI 42 (2020)Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197. U.S. 11, (1905)
15 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Happy Father's Day
In this episode, Liz reminisces, sharing her favorite stories of her papa and passing on some of his best advice.
11 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Episode #10- It's Good to Get Out
In this episode, Liz shares her first in-person social outing since lockdown started, brags about her Knit-in-Public Day project and talks about what she has learned from her Pandemic Law class.Referenced:*Correction. I mentioned a study about how lockdown measure have affected Covid-19 deaths and credited Johns Hopkins, however, the study was done by Colombia University. Johns Hopkins complied data on the total number of fatalities nationwide. This isn't the same article I remember reading, as this one focuses on how delayed lockdown measures cost lives, rather than on the effectiveness of these measures. https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-05-21/Columbia-University-U-S-lockdown-delay-caused-at-least-36-000-deaths-QGfwzWJ1Ys/index.htmlWired article on how a virus spreads exponentially.https://www.wired.com/story/how-fast-does-a-virus-spread/World and US maps of Covid-19 statistics from Johns Hopkins University.https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data
23 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
Episode #9- The Circus Sets Some 90-Day Goals
In this episode, Liz discusses her 90-Day goals and challenges for the next three months. From June 1st thru August 29th, she will become the ultimate juggler of goals and tasks as she uses SMART goal-setting to become the ultimate human (or at least a much more effective and well-rounded one than now). An excessive list of New Year's resolutions has been studied and condensed to eight areas of my life to improve and the most important goals to accomplish in the next 90 days. Come along for the journey and see how it goes in this gung-ho episode of the podcast. References:SMART Goals 101 article by Brian Tracyhttps://www.briantracy.com/blog/personal-success/smart-goals/YouTube Video with Tim Ferris on defining your fears. Very helpful for me when deciding about attending law school and getting to the place I want to be in the next 90 days. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5J6jAC6XxAI&list=WL&index=111&t=340sThe Broken Brain podcast hosted by Dhru Purohit. Wonderful interviews with a variety of guests about how your brain and body are not broken, but can do incredible things. https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/dhrumil-purohit/broken-brainThe Miracle Morning webpage where you can get the first two chapters of the book for free. Author Hal Elrod has an incredible life story, so it's worth a read even if you aren't interested in the morning routine. There is also a Miracle Morning podcast.https://miraclemorning.com/tmm-2-chapter-sample/Heart Breathing YouTube channel, where author Sarra talks about daily journaling, bullet journaling, writing and lots more. It was either her January 2020 notebook challenge video or her 2020 planner lineup video where she mentioned her daily writing habit that I started following.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCasYwEzMc7tjKuAS-vtDYPw/featured
12 minutes | May 26, 2020
Episode #8- Liz Looks at Law School
In this episode, Liz chit chats about her law school journey, from how she decided to apply to studying for the LSAT and LSAT Flex and the excruciating wait to hear back from schools. This is part one of an ongoing series discussing the process and offering advice to other future lawyers.
10 minutes | May 26, 2020
Episode #7- Movie Madness
Deli & Liz finally learn Alyssa's movie recommendation! There are a few bonus recommendations thrown in as well. The chit chat continues with lots of laughs over Deli's favorite films and genre. *Spoiler alert for "Zoombies!"
18 minutes | May 22, 2020
Investing with the Circus
In this episode, Liz discusses her minimal history with stocks and how she started investing for the first time in her forties. It's never too late to learn to make money, right? We sure hope not! Stay tuned for the rest of the Funding the Circus episodes to find out how the investments are doing, what was learned and what new strategies and apps Liz and Deli will try.Mentioned in this episode:Karina Funk's TED Talk on sustainable investinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fno1QIuA6EQ
10 minutes | May 4, 2020
Backstage at the Circus
Our favorite circus clown, Miss Ruby, had a visit to the vet. She got a bit loopy on some meds and did a lot of drooling, but is on her way back to being 100%. Hear all about it in this backstage at the circus episode.
15 minutes | May 3, 2020
Soundtrack to the Circus
Deli & Liz chit chat about all things musical, including a music appreciation class, live shows and the hits of Donna Summer.
52 minutes | May 1, 2020
Return to the Circus
In this episode, find out whether Deli really is a Millennial, what we want out of life after the quarantine, current weekly plans and share several examples of Deli being naughty as a kid. Good times!
9 minutes | May 1, 2020
Meet the Circus
Meet the circus cast: Deli, Liz and Ruby! In this quick chat, Deli talks about her culinary program and her vet tech goals, Liz talks about art and travel and Ruby tries to eat the microphone covers behind the scenes. It's chaos as usual at the circus!
38 minutes | May 1, 2020
Welcome to the Circus!
In our very first episode, meet Deli & Liz, two sisters from Southern California, who like to talk about everything under the sun. Listen as we plan the podcast name, ask whether Deli is a Millennial, hear a bit about our dog and circus clown, Ruby, and discuss what costume she should wear for Halloween. Enjoy the episode!
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