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The Nordic Mum

Susanna, The Nordic Mum

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Susanna The Nordic Mum Podcast host, mother, blogger and lover of all things Nordic unravels what it means coming from the Nordic countries. Susanna loves talking about how to hug the Nordic way of life using Scandinavia as an example. She explores why Scandinavian countries and people seem to be the most content in the world and why they top the charts when measured on trust, gender, work-life balance and happiness. Her aim is to motivate you to live your life with a hint of Nordic Simplici ...
 
Are you studying English? Do you want to get a job and you need to speak English better? Are you preparing for KEY, PET, FCE, CAE, IELTS, TOEFL... and all the rest?! Listen to our voices, improve your grammar and vocabulary and learn essential tips with The Grammar Police to finally reach your personal goal! Don´t forget to ask questions and send us your comments or doubts using our website! https://the-grammar-police.com/ Listening is the best way to practice the most important skills for e ...
 
Tune in to Nobody Cares, a comedy podcast where NOTHING is off limits. Stand up comedians Craig Smith, Nick Hart, and Samara Suomi have constructed a hilarious podcast for the listener that includes them speaking on current issues, their own personal experiences as comedians, and interviewing special guests. There is never a dull moment when you think #NobodyCares
 
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Wanting to combat burnout after stints at several high-profile firms, Barbados-born, Toronto-raised Ian Rolston set out on his own to found Decanthropy. Rather than bringing just another design studio to market, Rolston was fueled by his desire to remake design for the better. The "innovation studio", as he calls it embeds equity and inclusivity at…
 
Entrepreneur K.J. Hughes has proven himself time and again, first cutting his teeth as a nightlife promoter before founding a sports and entertainment agency. His latest venture? Manifest, the Snarkitecture-designed, Washington, D.C.-based hybrid concept that spans a barbershop, speakeasy, coffee bar, and retail shop. No matter Hughes' pursuits, th…
 
In this 100th episode clip show of Hospitality Design's What I've Learned podcast, editor in chief Stacy Shoemaker Rauen reflects on 100 fascinating guests, incredible stories, and thought-provoking lessons learned with past guests including Raul Leal, SH Hotels & Resorts; Brad Wilson, Ace Hotel Group; Venus Williams, V Starr; Ian Schrager, ISC; ch…
 
In November, Marcus Samuelsson became the first chef to guest edit Hospitality Design magazine, and to celebrate, we're re-releasing his episode from August 2020. During the conversation, the prolific chef, restaurateur, and author discussed his career as well as the subject on everyone’s minds at the time—COVID and its impact on the industry. Sinc…
 
Michael Suomi's multifaceted career in architecture and interior design has included stints with Jordan Mozer and Associates in Chicago to Stonehill Taylor in New York, where he worked for 15 years before going out on his own with the New York-based Suomi Design Works. His namesake firm's budding portfolio includes the Pelham Hotel in New Orleans a…
 
Born into a family of painters, musicians, and designers for Hallmark, and growing up in the art-centric city of Kansas City, Missouri, creativity was an encompassing part of Kellie Sirna's childhood. After pinpointing her passion for interiors and spending a decade at Duncan Miller, Sirna set out on her own. Her multifaceted firm, Studio 11 Design…
 
Amar Lalvani says, “You have to be bold at the right time.” Lalvani exemplifies his own advice with a career that has seen him working with some of the biggest names in hospitality. After studying business, Lalvani cut his teeth at Starwood Capital Group and Blackstone before landing at the Standard. Working alongside the brand's founder, André Bal…
 
Did you know that adjectives have an order? Well, Emily´s here to try her absolute best to describe that order with some very acceptable examples. Did you learn something this episode? Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and leave us a comment with your thoughts! Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! ✨ INSTAGRAM - Https://www.instagram.com/…
 
Intertwined by their love for design (and each other), Corinna Kretschmar-Joehnk and Peter Joehnk are the minds behind the Hamburg, Germany-based JOI Design. Together, they and their family-like team have designed more than 500 hotel projects around the world including Moxy Hamburg City in Germany and Il Salotto Wines & Resort in Italy. This episod…
 
Hi everyone! In this episode, Emily discusses the different alternatives for the word "should" as well as their different uses in the language. Listen to the examples given in this episode and try to use these modal verbs in your everyday life! Did you learn something this episode? Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and leave us a comment wit…
 
Hi Everyone! Today I wanted to impart some interesting facts about the late Queen of England, as well as some facts about King Charles III. Rest in Peace, Queen Lizzie. <3 Did you learn something this episode? Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and leave us a comment with your thoughts! Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! ✨ INSTAGRAM - H…
 
Born in Lagos, Nigeria to a family of entrepreneurs, Victor Body Lawson seemed destined to build something of his own. After moving to the states, he discovered his passion for architecture while studying at Montgomery College, Catholic University, and Columbia University and went on to found his firm Body Lawson Associates. A certified Minority Bu…
 
Hi everyone! In this short, but sweet episode of the Road to B2 English, Emily discusses her first experience going camping as well as some of the excellent advice she was given by her students for survival on a camping site. Pay close attention to some of the vocabulary used in this episode, as it may become useful for you all when you travel! Sup…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to episode 30 of the Road to B2 English Podcast! In this episode, Ana and Emily talk about the TOEFL speaking exam, and how to answer some of the more complicated description questions. Tune in in the future to learn more about this tricky exam and how to get TOP MARKS! There's a lot of interesting vocabulary in this episode…
 
Tristan du Plessis’ rise through the ranks of the design world has been meteoric, going from self-taught designer to partner at a firm to founding his namesake studio—all in less than 10 years. The South Africa native’s portfolio, which includes Rome’s Chapter Roma hotel and Gorgeous George in Cape Town, spans the globe. This episode is brought to …
 
Hi everyone, and welcome to a very disorganised and messy episode of the Grammar Police! Today, Ana can't be with us because of a variety of technical difficulties, so Emily has decided to offer some interesting tips about the USE OF ENGLISH exam from Cambridge. WEBSITE MENTIONED IN EPISODE: https://www.englishrevealed.co.uk/fce.php Did you learn s…
 
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