Advice for People in Their Twenties (or thirties… or forties… or for YOU!)

by Johnny Webber

#love

1. Find three hobbies you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to be creative.

2. Getting a degree matters, but getting the right degree matters even more.

3. Leave every job you have on good terms. Do not burn your bridges.

4. See the world while you still don’t have a ton of responsibilities.

5. Don’t live on the Internet. Go out and experience real life.

6. Don’t give up what you want most for what you want now.

7. Read. A lot.

8. Dress to impress.

9. Never pinch pennies on brakes or tires.

10. Never stop learning

11. Marry someone you consider your best friend.

12. All adventures in life start by just showing up.

13. Drama is never worth putting up with.

14. Value experiences over possessions.

15. Drive slow in bad weather.

16. Money comes and goes. Time just goes.

17. Don’t judge yourself on your intentions but your actions.

18. Always make new mistakes.

19. Don’t rely on other people to make you happy.

20. Bite less; chew more.

 

My YouTube Clip of the week: Female Fails #newsbloopers #falling

HELLO AGAIN!
It is Saturday, which means… my YouTube clip of the week goes live.

As it is Women’s Month I have been focusing purely on the ladies of YouTube. Today is no different… There are two videos today. Both I really enjoyed but probably because I, like many people, get some weird pleasure from watching people fall. NOTE: no one was very seriously injured in these videos. (except hopefull for the 2 clips with bulls where I hope the people WERE. *I am not a fan of rodeo or the running of the bulls at all*)
aaaanyway….

The first video is one of female news anchors ‘failing’ live. I love news blooper videos, and I have MANY funnier ones but because I’m sharing this with my work profile I need to ‘keep it clean’ ;) My favourite part is where the news anchor pronounces ‘Phuket’ as … well… you can only imagine.

the second video, with over 142 million views, proves to me, that it’s not only me and my sister Ceejae who LOVE watching people fall. This is a 10 minute home video compilation of ladies coming very short. hahahaha. IF this is your cup of tea… I’m sure you will also enjoy it.

If you have any great YouTube clips that you would like to share on my show please email keri@1049.fm

and remember… you can listen to Heart 104.9FM live on streaming here.

 

My Youtube Clip of the week… #womensday #CarlyRoseSonneclar

HAPPY WOMEN’S DAY.

I have shared this video many times before… but this audition holds a very special place in my heart and is my choice for today’s YouTube Clip of the week.

Carly Rose Sonenclar (born April 20, 1999)[1] is an American singer and teen actress. In December 2012, she became the runner-up on the second season of the American version of the The X Factor.

She began her acting career in 2003, soon making her Broadway debut in Les Miserables as Young Cosette. Among other stage roles, she originated the role of Chloe (Alice’s daughter) in the 2011 musical Wonderland on Broadway. She played a regular character in season 3 of the The Electric Company television series and has sung the U.S. National Anthem for major sporting events.

In 2012, Sonenclar auditioned for the second season of The X Factor USA with the song “Feeling Good” by Cy Grant (famously covered by Nina Simone among others). Sonenclar received a standing ovation from all four judges (L.A. Reid commented “You may be 13, but your soul is old!”; Simon Cowell awarded her “4,833 yes-es”), and she advanced to the next round.[13] After her successful initial audition, she advanced through the first day of X Factor’s “bootcamp,” where she sang “Pumped Up Kicks” with Beatrice Miller. Of the 120 contestants who auditioned at bootcamp that day, she was among the sixty or so asked to continue on.[14] At the end of bootcamp, she was chosen to be one of the six contestants in the “teens” category who were invited to perform at the “judges’ houses” stage of the competition. She performed the song “Brokenhearted” for the “teens” category mentor, Britney Spears, and Spears’s guest judge will.i.am. Both Spears and will.i.am responded positively to her performance; will.i.am remarked appreciatively that she was “possessed.” Sonenclar next advanced into the Top 16 round, where she performed “Good Feeling“, then the Top 13 round, where she performed “It Will Rain“. When Sonenclar reached the Top 12 round—where she performed “My Heart Will Go On“—it was revealed that she was the second-most-voted for person in the competition so far, behind only Tate Stevens,[15] a distinction she achieved again after advancing to the Top 10 round.

On November 21, she performed the song “Over the Rainbow“, which she received a standing ovation from all four judges, sending her into the Top 8 round. It was revealed that she had been the #1 most-voted-for contestant in the competition that night.[16] On November 28, she performed “Rolling in the Deep“, sending her into the Top 6 round, and was revealed to have again been the #1 most-voted-for contestant in the competition.[17] She later advanced to the Finale round, in which she performed “Feeling Good” (again), “How Do I Live” (with LeAnn Rimes), and “Hallelujah“.[18] On December 20, 2012, it was announced that she had finished the competition in second place behind Tate Stevens.

 

My YouTube clip of the week. FEMALE DRIVING FAILS haha.

It’s the first Saturday of Women’s Month and consider I do the traffic on #Drive326, I couldn’t resist this one.
I don’t think ALL women are bad drivers, but I have seen women do some stupid ‘ish’ on the roads, these are just priceless. It’s 10 female driving fails… hahahaa. enjoy xxx

(for those of you who don’t know, every Saturday I’m on air from 12-3pm on Heart 104.9fm and every Saturday I share a great YouTube clip. If you have a YouTube clip you would like to share please send it to me on email: keri@1049.fm)

 

 

My YouTube Clip of the week: #SealOfApproval CUTEST. THING. EVER.

Aptly called ‘seal of approval’ this vimeo clip displays just how welcome us humans are in the underwater world. These divers struck gold when they were approached by a herd of seals. The interaction that follows had me in happy tears. They are so incredibly curious and have an uncanny resemblance to everybody’s childhood dog. haha. I have included a quote below from the divers who got this footage. I really hope you enjoy this as much as I did. And please, KEEP OUR SEAS CLEAN!!!!! PROTECT OUR SEA CREATURES.

Come and join me and the gang as we get the seal of approval as we visit the Farne Islands in Northumberland in October 2013. We’ve been visiting here for the last six years to say hello to the seal pups and we’ve never had this much interaction before – they were everywhere and all over us!!!! After a nightmare drive there with the worst traffic coupled with the imminent arrival of the St. Jude’s storm we didn’t think this trip was going to be worth the effort but once again the seals made every second worthwhile…….

Enjoy the show!!!

Filmed on location in the Farne Islands, UK with the help of Sovereign Divers. Here’s a link to where we were diving: goo.gl/maps/f3CoI

Cameras: Hero2 and Hero3 with no filters and next to no lights (seals didn’t like the lights!!)

Music: Imagine Dragons, “On top of the world”.

Extra disclaimer: The seals are wild animals and approach the divers entirely by their own choice. No seals are forced to interact or forced to stay. No seals are harmed by diver interaction. Seal interaction in the UK (where this was filmed) is not illegal.

Extra extra disclaimer: These seals are young pups who are very curious about the area in which they live. At the time of year that this was filmed the seals were about 2-4 months old and already 2m long and about 200-300lbs in weight. As always once the seals get older and move off to form colonies of their own elsewhere and the majority of them will not see people again. Fully adult seals are rarely this interactive and whilst tolerant of divers they tend to keep away after their first year of diver visits.

Extra Extra Extra disclaimer: no-one in this video works for or is in the employ of GoPro. We are all independent divers who bumped into some seals.

My YouTube Clip of the week: #MJimpersonator #8yrOldBoy

This week we remembered Michael Jackson, who passed away 5 years ago on June the 25th.
Every Saturday at 2:20pm I do my ‘YouTube clip of the week’. This week, sticking with the MJ theme, I have chosen this video.

With over 70 million views this little boy from Indonesia’s Got Talent is just too flipping good. The then 8 year old Kingsley Tahapary is a true little talent. Enjoy. If you have any videos you would like to share with me, please email them to keri@1049.fm

Indonesia’s Got Talent (IGT) is an Indonesian television talent show competition which started in 2010. Anyone of any age with some sort of talent can audition for the show. Acts compete against each other in order to gain the audience support while trying to win the title of “The winner of Indonesia’s Got Talent”.

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My Youtube Clip of the Week #paperplanehitsfootballer

Every Saturday I post my YouTube clip of the week. This week’s clip was shown to me by my #Drive326 ‘bestie’ Nick Feinberg :)

This really is fan-flippin-tastic. An English supporter at an England-Peru football game throws his homemade paper plane from the toooooooooop of the stands. Watch as this paper plane makes its way not only all the way to the field, but straight into the face of one of the Peruvian player. AND THE CROWD GOES WILD!!!!

You just can’t script this shiz :)
Enjoy

My Youtube Clip of the Week : GREAT footie clip. #TheLastGame #Brilliant #worldcup2014

Hello everyone. Saturday is here again. So it’s time for my youtube clip of the week. If you have a great video that you think I should share with out Heart listeners, please send the link to me on keri@1049.fm. If I play your clip I will let you know so you can listen out for your shout out on air. :)

Today’s one is football themed, and I need to thank my man Richard-Dean Sumares for sharing THIS one with me. Even I, who really does not understand the game, really loved this. Enjoy :)

The last game is a story about risky football vs safe football. The scientist and the clones want to prove that riskless football is more effective. Ronaldo, Fenomeno and the original players disagree, and they are willing to risk everything to prove the scientist wrong. There is only one way to know who is right; THE LAST GAME. ft (animated) Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Neymar Jr, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andres Iniesta, David Luiz, Franck Ribery, Tim Howard and Ronaldo Fenomeno.

 

Moves to practice

kerimiller:

Here are some moves to try at home, at the park or to share with your children.
Don’t worry about trying to get through the work in the fastest time or getting the hardest workout

Originally posted on Crawl Mobility & Strength Project:

Happy Friday!

Here are some moves to try at home, at the park or to share with your children.
Don’t worry about trying to get through the work in the fastest time or getting the hardest workout. Rather take your time and enjoy the time moving you body in varied ways. Have fun with the movements and become a kid again.

This kind of movement will help you become more aware of how your body moves in space.
Practice these and see if you can start putting them together in a little flow.

Sit through

Scorpion – Crab transition
If you want to challenge yourself with a workout, try to complete 3 rounds of 10 of:

Alternating Sit through each side
Scorpion -crab transition
Alternating sides of Sit through to scorpion – crab transition

Focus on deep abdominal breathing and controlling your movements. Be aware of where your body is…

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