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This episode is for or all my student friends. When life gets demanding, it can be hard to organize your tasks in a way that allows you to maintain good grades, and your mental health. That's why I compiled helpful tips, online resources, and study strategies into a listenable format so you can explore methods and techniques that will benefit you!…
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This episode, I'm having a thoughtful discussion about the many applications of English- mainly American Literature and communication with my mom, Natasha Flint. We're delving into this talk from two different perspectives: literary based, and sociolinguistic based. Grab a coffee and join us!Oleh Maddie Flint
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It's irrefutable that sleep is important for physiological health, and while after a long day, we love to think about jumping in bed to get some rest, sometimes falling asleep is not that easy. This episode I'm sharing three beneficial things with you that could help you to get the sleep you deserve.…
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Between you and me, we all know that appearances matter. We may not think it's as prevalent in decision making as it is, but that's because it comes from the neurobiological pathways of our subconscious minds. But now we're seeing possible health risks associated with "pretty" food. This episode, I'm doing a mini deep dive on some of the artificial…
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Our society normalizes immorality and hates opposing viewpoints all while upholding a subjective, and "accepting" humanistic approach to understanding people. They say we're inherently good, so then why do we need saving? Humanism says we have free will, but the Bible tells us where it came from. Listen for more.…
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Americans have the privilege of living in a first world country, where everything is at our fingertips. Many people don't recognize how good we have it, to the point where we are creating issues where there were none. But in reality, the issues we created are historically significant of a cultural decline- time for a deep dive. Buckle up.…
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With the recent Harvard case in mind, I'm talking about Affirmative Action and its consequences, both good and bad, on college students in America. In this episode, you'll get info on Justice Thomas, my personal experience as a student of color, and on the unfair treatment American Asians are facing from the mainstream left.…
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Homeschooling is a holistic method of education that not only strengthens your child's success as a student, but their success in the world after school. It's an alternative to any other form of schooling, and it provides a whole plethora of benefits, 5 of which I will discuss in this episode.Oleh Maddie Flint
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Join me for a springtime discourse that will make you want to go buy tulips and befriend the local birds. I'm talking about the rising theory on tik tok that has everyone tuned in to the benefits of warmer weather. Is it biological? Spiritual? Psychological? Maybe all of the above👀. Give it a listen🎧…
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It is Holy Week, Jesus is preparing for physical and spiritual battle. Each day in this week is a step towards His crucifixion, death, resurrection, and the great gift of salvation. You can really feel the power this week holds when you delve into scripture and remember that Jesus did all of this for you. Join me as we prepare our hearts for a bles…
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We've all seen giant obscure single toned artworks that we didn't understand, and we've seen works by da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Rembrandt- but which works are considered "high arts" by today's era? Do you wish we could go back to the times when the French Impressionists held the reigns? Or do you prefer contemporary museum content? I talk about it al…
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We're in the Lenten season! For those who observe this time of spiritual discipline, and even for those who do not, this episode, I picked a few scriptures to read and discuss a little with you regarding casting our troubles on the Lord for spiritual refreshing, and about how God is always by your side. (Readings from the New Living Translation of …
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If you watched Jonny Quest as a kid and happen to remember the "Robot Spy" episode, you're probably thinking Doug Wildey over at Hanna-Barbera Productions was ahead of his time. Looks like he was. China is currently flying suspected spy balloons over the United States and our government isn't spooked. This episode, my dad and I discuss our thoughts…
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The spring semester of college has begun, the weather is cold, life brings changes- including purposeful changing of words to make them fit a specific narrative. To indoctrinate young minds. How can anyone change a word’s meaning? Why try to manipulate diction? What influence is this having on science majors? I’m going to answer each of those quest…
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This episode, I'm focusing on art: what it was, what it is, and the things I have in mind for my own art this year- as well as some encouragement if you've been pondering whether or not to get into it (or back into it). I dive into some history, aspects of modern arts, and some raw content from my last outdoor sketching trip. Websites where you can…
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Hello all! Hopefully you're all well, I have been super busy with studying for finals, as well as getting over a cold that messed up my voice for a bit! In this episode, you'll get a look into essential amino acids, vitamins, and nutrients we got from our favorite Thanksgiving foods!Oleh Maddie Flint
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Incoming midterm elections! This coming Tuesday, November 8th, is a big day for the American government. Tune in to this week's new episode of The Essentials where I'm talking about which issues are on the voter's minds, live election details, and a great portion towards the end on Georgia and tricks on the NY ballot. Get ready to VOTE!…
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In this "deep dive-ish" episode on scary and weird but true medical treatments in history, I talked about all the strange and chilling things that medical professionals once thought were effective- only with time, more experimental data and advancements did they learn how terribly wrong they were...Oleh Maddie Flint
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Disney has jumped on board with progressive social currents in many ways- feminism: making the female characters independent and not needing a prince, including gender fluidity, and being more open with big changes in puberty, which could get 5 year old's asking their parents questions they're not ready to answer. But they're seriously lacking in t…
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Normalize men in crop tops, normalize women not wanting kids, normalize saying no- there doesn't seem to be too much wrong right? Join me in this episode of The Essentials where I'm discussing the darker side of normalization culture, and how it could turn out to be used for the wrong reasons, rather than to help people overcome insecurities.…
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Get into science mode for this episode of The Essentials, because I'm talking about evolutionary, social, and environmental ecology! It's okay if you don't have a PhD degree in ecology, neither do I! Anyone can take part in science discussions. Listen to learn about seasonal environmental factors, an analogy that will make you crave apple turnovers…
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Why do Sciences use Darwin's Theory of Evolution as the basis for everything? Absolute fact and Theory are two different things, my college chemistry textbook even says so. In this episode I'm talking about both Biblical Creation: why we shouldn't disregard it, and Darwin's Theory of evolution: it's observations of the living things in the natural …
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Grab a coffee and a seat on the couch for this episode that's all about the generations of America. If we learn about each other based on our gen, we can learn to understand differing perspectives, and outlooks on society. Descriptions, experiences, quotes from a GenZ college student, traditions, advances in society- it's all here! Listen now…
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Join me for a mini deep dive on these two cities, which both made the list on Travel + Leisure's Best Cities in America this year. Charleston snatching 1st place, and NYC coming in at #6. We're talking demographics, economies, the arts, and politics. The luxury cars and food, homelessness, and unemployment of the glittering Big Apple and the oppres…
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Let's talk about how art and science work together, and teach effective note taking. In this episode, I cover the foundations of what makes an engaging piece of art, the elements of the scientific method, effective note taking strategies, a Dante quote, and much more! Listen hereOleh Maddie Flint
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You don't want to miss this! Join me, Maddie Flint, and my family to find out why race isn't the heart of identity. From my parents perspective to ours (college, high school, and homeschooling), you'll get a fresh take on what it's like to be biracial- in woke America. Be sure to follow me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheEssentialswithMadd…
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On this week's episode, come join me as I start painting an Adirondack lawn chair for a local community art project. Today is just the foundations, an (auditory) sneak peak at the subject and color mixing! Listen now! Also, be sure to like and follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEssentialswithMaddieFlint…
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While the news on the devastation in Buffalo NY continues to circulate, many social media accounts have turned it into another "George Floyd-like Uprise." This issue should not be politicized, rather it should be seen as a criminal attack on innocent American civilians. Tune in for more.Oleh Maddie Flint
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