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#141 Courtney Hazlett Creator of Hit Netflix Show "Restaurants on the Edge" Talks About the Food Industry During Covid, Creation of the Show and More.

Marta On The Move Podcast- Hosted by Marta Napoleone Mazzoni

Release Date: 07/03/2020

#154 A Letter to Croatia- What I loved and What Annoyed Me. MOTM Adventures. show art #154 A Letter to Croatia- What I loved and What Annoyed Me. MOTM Adventures.

Marta On The Move Podcast- Hosted by Marta Napoleone Mazzoni

Dear Croatia... I have a lot to say to you, and I hope I summed it up in this episode. I needed to collect my thoughts, to gather up my senses. I also needed some time to completely fall apart when I got home from this month long odyssey. Reintroduction is always hard. In this episode I talk about reasons that I both completely love, and reasons why I am completely annoyed with Croatia. I hope you find each of them useful, or at the very least somewhat amusing. It might even convince you to book your next trip there. To the 24 guests that joined me for my first ever yoga sailing...

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#153 The Art of Communication and Vulnerability: Offering and Accepting Help During a Time of Loss. show art #153 The Art of Communication and Vulnerability: Offering and Accepting Help During a Time of Loss.

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Taking apart the word "Help"-

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#152 How to Survive Your Relationships During Covid Isolation. Tips for Living with Someone and Also Living Alone. show art #152 How to Survive Your Relationships During Covid Isolation. Tips for Living with Someone and Also Living Alone.

Marta On The Move Podcast- Hosted by Marta Napoleone Mazzoni

Valentine’s Day is coming up very soon, and it might look different in 2021. I myself am not the biggest fan of Valentine’s Day. I think it is a consumer, capitalistic holiday, BUT I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about how folks are surviving Covid alone, or with their partner. The beginning of this podcast I must apologize for my Marta rant and update of what is happening in my life right now. Life is currently on crap mode. My sister is fighting cancer, there are changes all around, and it feel extremely heavy. The air is heavy, and I am striving to be light. So the start of...

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It is officially 2021! Yeah, nothing truly has changed. If anything, most of us held this upcoming year up to such high standards, that when we crossed the finish line, we were greeted by more of the same. It’s ok though, it is normal to feel let down. Almost everyone is feeling it right now. You are not alone. I have personally been in a slump for about 2 weeks until I started my program I do yearly called . I finally feel back in control, am stepping lighter, and having an easier time bringing mindfulness into my everyday life. I get that it is hard though. If you would have talked to me...

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“What are you thankful for, or what has been your lifeline in 2020?”

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This podcast starts with our origin story, leads to our tips for finding a accountability partner, and why they are so important and leads to talking about where we both are headed, and why we feel great about that direction.

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Didn't intend to record today, but had to get this out. 2020 is coming to a close, and this will be what you take away from this year that has the most meaning moving forward.

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#147 The One Thing You Can Do To Change People's Toxic Patterns and Behaviors Around You That Actually Works.

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#145 Breaking The Standard Idea of Self Care and Why You Should Never Feel Guilty About Putting Your's First. show art #145 Breaking The Standard Idea of Self Care and Why You Should Never Feel Guilty About Putting Your's First.

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Welcome Courtney Hazlett to the show! She is the creator of "Restaurants on the Edge" on Netflix. If you are in full binge mode and also dreaming of your next vacation, this episode is for you.

"Restaurants on the Edge" takes you to restaurants around the world that need a facelift in a popular location, and steps in to help them reimagine their restaurant. There is two seasons of the show and hoping for a third!

We chat about the creation of the show and how Courtney came up with the idea to pitch to Netflix. Also how she built the perfect crew to compliment the vibe of the show.

We also talk about the state of the industry right now in the food service world. Talking about the comfort level of going out to eat, and what that means for restaurants and take out in the industry. From my families company Aldo's Foods Inc in Pittsburgh to the tiniest of restaurants around the world, we are all being effected by this situation. Courtney and I talk about our opinions on what restaurants and take out places can do to survive during this time and hopefully thrive.

Courtney talks about how hopefully the show will inspire folks to step outside their comfort zone, and whenever this lifts for all of us (because it will!), and book a trip to visit one of these places. Check out the show and let's hope for a season 3!

This episode is brought to you by our friends over at Natrona Bottling makers of Red Ribbon Soda!

"Natrona Bottling Company, makers of Red Ribbon Sodas, Red Ribbon Mixers and Jamaicas Finest Ginger Beer, has been serving the Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh for 116 years. Coming from a time when every small community across the country had their own soda pop shop to call their own, we are one of only a few left that make our beverages the way pop was meant to be made. We produce our beverages with only cane sugar, the same bottling equipment (which is now antique) and a carbonation
process called “pinpoint carbonation”. This old school process, which utilizes dry ice to create our bubbles instead of a manufactured co2, gives our sodas a small fine champagne like bubble that gently dance across your pallet with every sip. We are the last in the country to use this traditional process to continue to present you with a true authentic representation of what soda pop is supposed to taste like.

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