Richard C. Porter, a development and natural resource economist who was a pioneering investigator of environmental questions in developing economies, died on August 3, at Glacier Hills in Ann Arbor. Porter was a dedicated teacher and a researcher with broad interests who came to the University of Michigan as an associate professor in and stayed for the remainder of his professional career, continuing to teach undergraduates after becoming Professor Emeritus in Born in in New Haven, Connecticut, Porter travelled extensively during his life. He had been appalled seeing that poor residents had to drink out of the sewer.
If thinking of something fun to do by yourself feels like too much effort or another thing to add to your list, listen in as I share ideas on how to come up with ideas for YOUR next solo date. Also, it's a milestone—20th episode! I read off feedback from listeners.
Thank you for being a part of this podcast and embracing the importance of guilt-free, routine, self-care. The Artist Date the book that inspired these dates. Hepace app for adult and kid meditations. As a Personal Stylist, I've been detoxing closets for the past 12 years—on this date, I'm inside my closet. Listen in to hear what I'm keeping, what I'm letting go of and tips to help you decide what to do with your own clothes.
Schedule a style chat :. Closet Detox sessions in-person or virtual. Donate your t-shirts to: Marine Layer.
Donate your non-high-end clothes to: ThredUp. The book that inspired these date s. Don't forget to : hello lenaporter. The winner will be selected on April 1st. I learned a bunch from the esthetician during my French facial— like what's the real purpose of toner and why you might not need all those fancy facial gadgets.
I told her about this show and the purpose of solo dates. After hearing this, she gushed on how she likes to make artfully deed "cakesicles! Go do the thing! Also, Rivage Day Spa is generously doing a giveaway for listeners of this show. Listen in for the details and remember to :. Rivage Day Spa. Flo app. In The Flo Book. The book that inspired these dates. About Lena. Personal Styling Services.
Instagram: datinglena. What's one thing you can do now, in March that would make you feel like your vision for March could happen? This was proposed to me during my Personal Stylist group coaching call. It's my asment this week; you can make it yours too! For this episode's date, I got back into making an inspiration board, something I always used to do but haven't in years.
Exactly a year ago, amongst a crowd of 15, people, I watched Oprah speak on wellness and purpose. In this episode, Dating retell the story of my ultimate solo date—a weekend away. And the funny now, but not at the time, travel fiasco! What do you think it's like inside a marijuana dispensary? Do you watch Shameless? Lume Cannabis Co. Want to tell me about one of your dates? Comment below or leave me a voice message. Listen in on Kristen's Ann in "stress baking" as well as how she got into skydiving and what lights her up about the sport.
Skydive Tecumseh 2. Midwest Free Fall 3. What's the best way for YOU to make decisions? Where are YOU limitless? Where do YOU hold yourself back? How can YOU get into alignment? Sounds like something you want to know, right? I porter up for a free 5 day workshop and learned all of this about myself.
I took 5 minutes each day to read a part of my chart. Then, I spent my 'solo date time' doing the chart for other people and telling them Arbor about it! You can access the details of your human de chart here: Intuition Lifestyle. For more human de inspo, follow IntuitionLifestyle on Instagram. We've written back and forth to each other for 12 consecutive years!
She and I are far apart, yet we've gone through big life moments at the same time. This week I curled up with my laptop and wrote an overdue message to a dear friend. She came in wanting to look like Meghan Markle.
She left with a gorgeous wedding dress that made her feel like herself—like the beautiful bride she was. I volunteer each month at The Bride's Project.
Seeing brides say 'yes to the dress' has become something I truly enjoy. The bride I helped this week came in with quite an interesting entourage! Listen in as I retell the story of how she found a dress she loved. The best part of all is that the money raised from the sale of gowns supports families touched by cancer through the Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor.
All recently donated from a bridal salon that went out of business. Sold online only. The Bride's Project. Cancer Support Community. This episode is a throwback to last summer.
We did barre, yoga and then meditated. It was a perfect Midwest summer night—warm, but not too hot, fireflies, but no mosquitos! Also unusual for a community event, was being put in groups of strangers and talking about it afterwards.
I ask her to do the same meditation in this episode because it's so good! It'll put your mind and body at ease. Listen when you have time to close your eyes! Citizen Yoga. The Barre Code.
Millions of people use her tools, Artist Dates being one of them, to spark ideas, gain clarity and become a better human, parent, writer It was sweet to hear someone that has inspired me, field questions and speak live. Supporting independent shops always feels good. I should be receiving my copy of her newest book any day now. The Listening Path. The book that inspired these dates with myself.
Can you feel relaxed and energized at the same time? That's how I felt after this class.
I also realized that Kundalini Yoga might be the best way for toddlers to deal with tantrums. I predict and hope that this practice starts to become mainstream as we all can benefit from it. us for this week of practicing kundalini each day, and raise your awareness, strengthen your nervous system, and begin learning how to meditate on deeper levels.
This series is held via Livestream. for all 7 days--or simply attend as many practices as you can. I was walking out the door with my snow gear on, ready to go cross-country skiing on fresh snow. A quick call to the park informed me that there actually wasn't enough to open the trails. When you're all dressed up in ski clothes with no place to go, you rally the kids and go sledding for the first time of the season. As GaryVee says, "Put changing your mind on a pedestal. Do you like to browse? Maybe it's because we've been cooped up or maybe there's just always good energy and friendly conversation inside this store.
I prefer to shop local and independent; and given the current restrictions set on boutiques, buying local has never been more important.