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Jaroslava (Jara) Barbieri has researched the "De-sovereignisation as an instrument of Russia’s coercive diplomacy in the context of post-Soviet de facto states" before the current Russian aggression against Ukraine. Has the current conflict affected her research? Can she separate her Ukrainian advocacy and activities against fake news from her academic research?In this episode Danni chats with Jara, a PhD candidate at University of Birmingham's School of Government, about her academic journey, which includes doing three (3) Masters. Jara talks about her identity development as an Italian from Ukrainian origin and how she discovered her active Ukrainian identity, and how her decision to study in the UK was based on "Braveheart". Jara also chats about her practitioner side, working as a researcher in different think tanks such as the Zinc Network and Arena Programme at Johns Hopkins University.In this episode Danni drank her Italian Amaretto and Jara drank an Italian wine in a handmade Ukrainian mug.You can follow Jara:Twitter: @jarabarbieriLinkedIn PageBirmingham PageContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Netta Schramm is doing her PhD on a unique topic - her research employs performance theory and narratology to read audio-visual archival materials of modern and contemporary Jewish thinkers, and specifically Irving (Yitz) Greenberg, Yeshayahu Leibowitz and Ovadia Yosef. Netta is an advanced PhD candidate focused on modern Jewish Thought at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Netta conducted her doctoral research as a Minvera Fellow at Ludwig Maximillians Universität in Munich. She is the founder and current head of an interdisciplinary research group at the Hebrew University titled "I'm Not a Text".In this episode Netta chats with Danni about the pros and cons of being an interdisciplinary researcher who combines a few fields of research. She also shares with Danni about the challenges of being an early career researcher who moves from country to country alongside her career and the parallel academic career of her husband together with their young children. In this episode Danni drank her amaretto and Netta drank a small Italian cappuccino. You can follow Netta:Twitter: @NettaSchrammNetta's websiteLinkedIn PageContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"I submitted my official withdrawal from my PhD program today." This is how Kamryn Gooden announced on her twitter account 4 months ago about her decision to leave her PhD program after one year. Her viral post was the inspiration for this episode on the untold story of those who have left their PhD unfinished, and decided to withdraw from it.In this episode, Danni chats with Kamryn about her academic journey from undergrad in San-Diego, starting a PhD in political theory in Boston, her decision to withdraw, and her life after... Kamryn talks about the struggle of starting a PhD in a new place (moving from California to Boston), without the ability to makes new friends due to Covid-19, her struggles with her high expectations from herself vs. the stress and discomfort she was feeling at the time.In this very interesting episode, Danni drank her amaretto, and Kamryn drank peppermint tea in a "Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf" mug.You can follow Kamryn:Twitter: @kamryngoodenLinkedIn profileContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hollie McDonnell researches the fairytale of "The Beauty and the Beast" from a feminist perspective. She focuses on the notions of "beauty" and "happily ever after" in several different adaptations of the fairytale, including 2 Disney movies, South-Korean and Japanese dramas, and an erotic story. In this episode she talks about her research as well as about her academic journey that has been done completely at one place: Mary Immaculate College in Ireland. Hollie and Danni chat about the importance of doing things at your own time and pace, and not rush into any dictated requirement of "achieving a PhD before 30". Hollie also explains about her interest of the different adaptations to "The Beauty and the Beast", and how each adaptation looks at the story from a local perspective.In this episode Danni drank her Amaretto and Hollie drank tea in an Irish Guinness mug.Thesis title: Betraying the Beholder: The Beauty, the Beast, and the Deconstruction You can follow Hollie on:Twitter: @HollieCMcDLinkedInContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Helen Nicholls, a 2nd year PhD candidate at UCL, UK. In this episode Helen chats with Danni about her journey that started with the dream to become a clinical phycologist, and ends (for now) with a PhD at the Division of Psychiatry. Helen shares about her concerns and challenges that have led her to change her course of professional development several time until she has managed to find her true passion of research.In the episode Helen talks about her research on the mental health and wellbeing of researchers in academic institutions. One of the main aspects she relates to, and comes up often in her interviews, is the lack of job security, and its impact on the wellbeing of early career researchers - their lack of ability to make long-term plans such as planning a family or getting a mortgage to buy a house.In this episode Danni drank coffee and Helen drank English breakfast tea.You can follow Helen on:Twitter: @HelenNic93LinkedIn: UCL Profile pageContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How important is a catchy title? How about a strong opening sentence or a good abstract? Is a journal's ranking that important? What about tips for better writing and getting over writer's block?In this special episode 50 of our podcast, Danni chats with Prof. Felicia Moore Mensah from Teachers College at Colombia University. Felicia is a co-editor of a top-tier peer review "Journal of Research in Science Teaching", and the author of the book "Like Words Falling onto the Page" (available as eBook Kindle & Paperback on Amazon). Felicia shares with her tips and advice about better academic writing, and answers many questions from the point of view of both an editor and a supervisor. In this episode Danni drank her amaretto and Felicia drank tea.You can follow Felicia on:Twitter: @docmensahLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fmmensahTeachers College websiteThe Scholar Mentor WebsiteContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jomana Qaddour has a very interesting story to tell. She immigrated from Syria to the US as a child with her parents, she lived most of her life in Kansas, and was "planned" to become an MD. However her passion and interest drove her to a completely different route - joined a JD (law degree) in Kansas. Her legal career took her to Washington DC where she used her networking skills to get into the world of policy and research, which eventually led to doing LL.M and SJD (on which she is still working) at Georgetown University, while at the same time she works at at the Atlantic Council and directing their Syrian file.In this episode Jomana talks about her journey, but also about her lessons from her work in policy and research. She talks about how she learned about the importance of perspectives, and that theoretical solutions to complicated problems (such as the conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Bosnia) must take into account the local perspective and not just impose an outsider's point of view. Alongside all that Jomana is also a co-founder of the "Syria Relief and Development" - a humanitarian organization that has provided over $115 million worth of aid in Syria and the region which enabled to and provide support to millions of people.In this episode Danni drank her usual Amaratto, and Jomana drank coffee from a special mug with a picture of all four female US Supreme Court Justices.Jomana's SJD research is on ethno-sectarianism and its impact on constitutional frameworks in Iraq, Bosnia, and Syria.You can follow Jomana on:Twitter: @jomanaqaddourLinkedIn: Jomana QaddourGeorgetown profile pageContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Ursula Schmid, a PhD candidate in media and communication at the LMU university in Munich, Germany. In this episode Ursula talks with Danni about her journey that started with a BA in Communication Science with Sociology, and MA in Communication Science at the Institute for Communication Science and Media Research at LMU Munich from 2016 to 2018. After graduating, she initially worked as a market researcher with a research focus on media and advertising effects, only to figure out that she prefers academia over industry and return to LMU to do her PhD.Ursula shares about the circumstances that led her to understand that she wasn't happy and decided to quit her industry position, take a few months off, and start a PhD. She also explains about her research on the human response to online hate speech as it (hate speech) appears in humorous memes. Her research is conducted as part of a larger project on the application of AI for the early detection of criminal offences. In this episode Danni drank an unusual tea and Ursula drank a local Munich beer.Ursula participated in the Hate-Speech - interdisciplinary approaches workshop of the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions. You can watch her presentation on the Minerva Center's YouTube channel.You can follow Ursula on:Twitter: @uk_schmidLinkedIn: Ursula Kristin SchmidLMU pageContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Pavle Kilibarda - a PhD candidate (perhaps already a Dr. by the time you're listening to the episode) in International Law at the University of Geneva. In this episode, Pavle talks very openly about his academic and personal journey. Including his decision to start a BA in International Relations, as he didn't want to study law - and how he ended up doing an LL.M in International Law at the Geneva Academy for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Eventually, he even continued with a PhD in Public International Law about the recognition of states. Pavle talks extensively about his PhD research and why he chose this topic. Pavle also talks about his journey that started in Belgrade and moved back and forth between Geneva and Belgrade, until he decided to settle in Geneva. He touches upon the financial struggles that he and his partner endured - living in one of the most expensive cities in the world while have a very small income of aTeaching Assistant.During the episode Danni drank her Amaretto and Pavle drank a traditional Serbian drink - Gorki listYou can follow Pavle on:Twitter: @pavle_kilibardaLinkedIn: Pavle KilibardaContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Ilona Láng-Ritter, a meteorologist, storm researcher and expert in international projects at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), and a PhD candidate in Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Helsinki. In this episode, Ilona shares her academic journey that went from leaving her position as a TV meteorologist, to become a researcher at the FMI and doing a PhD. Her research focuses on the impact of non-tropical storms on electricity in Finland. Ilona also talks about her many business trips to different countries and what it was like to be the only woman at the table of experts, and how that influenced her decision to do her PhD.In this episode Danni drank her regular Amaretto and Ilona drank the super-quality and healthy Finnish tap water.You can follow Ilona on her:Twitter: @lang_ilonaLinkedIn: Ilona Lang-RitterIlona's Profile on FMIContact us:Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Sandra Wellner, a PhD candidate from the University of Copenhagen and a fellow at the EU funded INNOTARGETS project. In this episode Sandra and Danni talk about the value of traveling abroad for school, as Sandra managed to travel to no less than seven countries during her academic journey. Sandra also talk about the cultural and professional differences between the labs in different countries when referring to her research on antimicrobial resistance.In this episode Danni drank a special holidays edition of her Amaretto and Sandra drank Chai latte in a special biology cup.INNOTARGETS is an EU funded project which includes 12 international PhD students from 11 countries who are all trying to solve the antimicrobial resistance crisis. For more information about the program see https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/956154INNOTARGETS twitter account: @Innotargets2020Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Dr. Guy Cameron, a proud Wailwan (Aboriginal) man living in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Guy has recently received his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) from the University of Newcastle, and he is now a postdoc fellow with the Aboriginal Ear Health Group. After he finished his PhD Guy decided to continue studying in the Joint Medical Program at the University of Newcastle which includes a Bachelor of Medical Science & Doctor of Medicine.In this episode Guy talks about his journey that started with no intention to continue his education and ended up (so far) with a PhD. He explains what made his decide to pursue a Bachelor of Art, during which he discovered his passion to biology and the human body. That passion led him to pursue Bachelor of Biomedical Science, and following that began his PhD (Immunology & Microbiology) - all at the University of Newcastle. He also talks about his future plans to combine his research knowledge with the medical knowledge.Guy talks about both his PhD research and his current postdoc research. He describes some of his challenges during his PhD, the importance of a good support system and the important value of academic twitter. Guy is a very strong advocator of mental health and during Covid-19 pandemic he spent his time dispelling misinformation and providing his community with reliable knowledge sources.Because of the time differences, in this episode Danni drank her morning coffee, and Guy drank local dry Gin.You can follow Guy on his:Twitter: @DrGuyCameronWebsite: https://www.guycameron.me/Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Dr. Sara "Jacka" Iacopetti, Danni's rugby team's captain, a post doc fellow at the Technion, and a very fresh mother. So Fresh that during the interview she was still pregnant! In this episode Sara talks with Danni about her journey that began with BS and MS in Milano and ended up in doing a PhD in Materials for Electronics in the Technion in Israel. Sara talks about doing an industry funded PhD which actually means that her research was confidential and she is unable to share what her actual work was about.She talks about the pros and cons of doing an industry funded PhD as well as the challenges of looking for the next position while being pregnant. Jacka and Danni also talk about the importance of sports while doing a PhD, and the advantages of Rugby in that sense.In this episode Danni drank her Italian Amaretto and Sara drank Israeli water.You can follow Sara on her:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-iacopetti/Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Harini Sridharan, a 2nd year PhD candidate from Georgia Institute of Technology and our guest in episode 42 of our podcast. In this episode Danni chats with Harini about changes:Changing place of living - moving from India to Ohio and then to Atlanta; Changing fields of research and practice from chemical engineering, to polymer engineering, and now, as part of her PhD to chemical and biomolecular engineering. Harini and Danni also discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion in academia - a topic that Harini has been very active and passionate about.In this episode Danni drank her usual Amaretto and Harini drank a filter coffee.You can follow Harini on her:Twitter: @harinisridhar3Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Warning: This episode contains explicit language, descriptions of sexual activity and references to porn. Listener's discretion is advised.Welcome to the second part of episode 1 of our 3rd season. We continue our talk with Farnosh Mazandarani exactly where we left of. Farnosh goes deeper into her porn research and explains what is popular porn and what is the most popular genera of popular porn that she's looking into. Farnosh also talks about the importance of researching popular porn due to its effects over everyone's life regardless of being an active porn viewer. Apart from talking about that, Farnosh also talks about her additional activities, including her very successful online writing group "accountabilibuddies".The title of Farnosh's PhD: Title: A Longitudinal Content Analysis on Sexual Partner Viability and Familiarity in Popular Pornography in Association to Technological Advancement from The Golden Age of Pornography to the Internet Age.This is part 2 of Farnosh's episode on the "What are YOU going to do with THAT?" podcast.You can follow Farnosh on her:Website: https://www.farnosh.comTwitter: @FarnoshMazLinkedInHost: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Warning: This episode contains explicit language, descriptions of sexual activity and references to porn. Listener's discretion is advised.Welcome to the opening episode of season 3. In this episode we host Porn researcher - Farnosh Mazandarani. Farnosh talks about her life as a daughters of Iranian immigrants in the United States, and about being first generation academic in her family. Farnosh also talks about her journey from checking the content on MTV, Nickelodeon, and Disney to doing a master degree on the influence of sexual content on teens, and her ongoing PhD research on popular porn.The title of Farnosh's PhD: Title: A Longitudinal Content Analysis on Sexual Partner Viability and Familiarity in Popular Pornography in Association to Technological Advancement from The Golden Age of Pornography to the Internet Age.This is part 1 of Farnosh's episode on the "What are YOU going to do with THAT?" podcast. In the second part, Farnosh talks about the finding of her research, the importance of researching popular porn and her online writing group "accountabilibuddies"You can follow Farnosh on her:Website: https://www.farnosh.comTwitter: @FarnoshMazLinkedInHost: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The final episode of season 2 presents our host (Danni) and producer (Ido) gathering together to talk about some of the highlights of the season. They talk about their favorite answers to the opening questions, the diversity of the guests, inspiring guests, important topics that came up during the episodes, and do some brainstorming about their plans for season 3.Don't worry - the podcast will return for season 3.Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Contact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this special collaboration episode, Danni chats with Dr. Vikram Baliga, a.k.a. the plant professor the host of the successful "Planthropology" podcast. Vikram talks about his journey that led him from being lost to finishing a PhD in Horticultural Science at Texas Tech University and becoming an award-winning lecturer in it, owning his own business, being a manager of the university greenhouse, and a successful podcaster. Vikram shares about his passion for plants that started with his MD grandfather, and his hobbies of woodworks, music, and photography. Vikram also talks about his podcast and how the idea was triggered in his mind, and about his hilarious and educational tik-tok videos. In this special episode Danni drank Amaretto and Vikram drank his coffee.This is Part I of a special double episode. In Part II, Vikram interviews Danni for a Planthropology episode. You should really check it out at https://www.planthropologypod.com/Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Follow Vikram and Planthropology:Website: www.planthropologypod.comPodchaser: www.podchaser.com/PlanthropologyFacebook page: PlanthropologyFacebook group: Planthropology's Cool Plant PeopleInstagram: @PlanthropologyPodTwitter: @Planthropology_Vikram's Twitter: @ThePlantProfTik-Tok: @theplantprofe-mail: Planthropologypod@gmail.comContact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Heather Masson-Forsythe won the 2021 edition of Science Magazine's "Dance Your PhD" competition (Covid19 Category). She's currently in her last year in her PhD in Biochemistry & Biophysics at the Elisar Barbar’s lab group (Oregon State University). In this episode she chats with Danni Reches about her academic journey, her Covid-19 research on the nucleocapsid phosphoprotein of SARS-CoV-2, and her experiences as first generation and LGBTQ+ in academia, and in STEM. Heather also share her passion for science communication (#SciComm) and how she realized that she can combine it with her passion for dancing. She has published numerous viral Tik-Tok videos in which she explains about science and her research through dance challenges.In this episode Heather drank almond milk latte and Danni drank her Amaretto of course.Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Follow Heather on Twitter @heycurlytopFollow Heather on TikTok @heycurlytopHeather's websiteHeather's Linkedin PageFollow us on Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATFollow us on Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATFollow us on Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Instagram is free, but does that mean that it is indifferent to socio-economic, racial, and cultural differences? Inbar Michelzon, a PhD candidate in Bar-Ilan University (Israel) is conducting a socio-digital research on the implications of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds over the experiences of teens from different classes. In this episode Inbar chats with Danni about her decision to get into researching the underdeveloped field of youth and social media, and especially girls and Instagram. She talks about the cultural imposed shaming of "slags" and "sluts" on girls from certain classes and how it had affected her decision to proceed to a PhD research. Inbar also talks about the importance of a good PhD supervisor and how important it is to have a supervisor that you can talk openly with.In this episode Inbar drank simple coffee and Danni drank of course, her Amaretto. Host: Danni Reches (@DanniReches)Producer and Editor: Ido Rosenzweig (@IdoRosenzweig)Follow Inbar on Twitter @inbarmdInbar's Linkedin PageContact us:On Twitter: @What2DoWithTHATOn Facebook: @What2DoWithTHATOn Instagram: @What2DoWithTHATSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelOur website: www.what2dowiththat.comEnjoy the episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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