...why we keep going back to the Moon? (with Kelsey Young)
Ever Wonder? from the California Science Center
We are kicking off a new series on space exploration, which is particularly relevant this month because a new Mars rover named Perseverance is hurtling towards The Red Planet for its landing on February 18. And joining me along for the ride as co-host for this series is my Science Center colleague and planetary geologist Devin Waller. There is a lot of science to unpack here, so we’ll be talking to people who explore all different corners of our solar system. While we have sent quite a few rovers and other robots to Mars, we haven’t sent any humans there yet—it’s just too far away and dangerous right now. In the 1960s and 70s, NASA’s Apollo missions famously landed astronauts on the Moon. And last December, NASA announced a new class of astronauts for the Artemis Team, which plans to send the first woman and the next man to explore the Moon a few years from now. But if we’ve already been there before… Do you ever wonder why we keep going back to the Moon?Kelsey Young (@RockDocYoung) is a planetary space scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. She explains that there is still quite a lot of science we can learn on the Moon to better understand our own planet. Kelsey also has the enviable job of training astronauts how to be geologists here on Earth, so they can do science when they get to the Moon.Have a question you've been wondering about? Send an email to email@example.com to tell us what you'd like to hear in future episodes.Follow us on Twitter (@casciencecenter), Instagram (@californiasciencecenter), and Facebook (@californiasciencecenter).Support the show (https://CaliforniaScienceCenter.org/support)
Remembering you always have a choice with Kelsey Young!
Ask yourself this. How do you want your life to be?In this episode I had the most empowering chat with my girl Kelsey Young! Kelsey is a confidence coach! HELLOOO we are speaking my love language now! Nothing is MORE powerful then a women walking into a room with confidence, determination and knowing who the heck she is! I mean ladies am I right or am I right?! I'm so pumped to have this episode out because Kelsey opens UP big time sharing with you ladies how she is now 4 years sober and help women regain their confidence and take back their life! Kelsey also share with us the importance of choice and how each day when we wake up, we always have a choice!Connect with Kelsey:IG: @kelseydyoungBlog: imperfectlyrealme.com𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗶𝗻 𝗯𝗲𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗳𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗷𝗼𝘂𝗿𝗻𝗲𝘆 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝘄𝗮𝗻𝘁 𝘁𝗼 𝗷𝗼𝗶𝗻 𝗺𝘆 𝗗𝗶𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝗠𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗳𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻_𝗔 𝗯𝗲𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗻𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗴𝘂𝗶𝗱𝗲 𝘁𝗼 𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗳𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴? Send me DM on Instagram at @Lindsay_Hanover and lets get you started on manifesting :)OH and let's not forget! Click the link below to join my Divine Manifestation Facebook Group!https://www.facebook.com/groups/3298795246811911/xoxoxLindsay!
#098 Embracing your own uniqueness & celebrating what you were born with. With Kelsey Young
None Of Your Business
So like my gratitude, which is the first thing I do every single day, um, water, I'm always like super, super hydrated. Um, that's just one that I used to like, let slipped by. Like I would forget about it and I'd be like, Oh, look, why do I feel kind of like, like shit. And I have a headache and I'm tired and I have no energy, like all the time, but so water, it's just so important and it's easy to forget, um, movement. So like I move every single day, move my body every single day. So whether it's an intense workout or I jump on my spin bike or run, or just go for long walks and my dogs, like I move, I move a lot. Like, you know, I have my Apple watch that I, my move goal on and I'm, you know, I'm really competitive. So like I aim to over 10, 12,000 steps every day, um, meditation.Speaker 2: 23:23And, uh, I use the calm app, which I'm loving and, um, sorry for getting my other asleep. I go to bed at 9:00 PM, no matter what. Yeah. Sometimes like Friday or Saturday sometimes like, I'll stay up till 10, but even new year's Eve. Like I was in bed at 10 o'clock. Yeah. Nine 30 on new year's Eve. There's no point. Yeah. It's not like, you know, um, also like the last couple of years, I'm really, um, I kind of am someone that hates like new year's resolutions. Like I'm like, I'm not gonna wait for a specific day, which is I used to do it. So like, that's why, you know, it used to be like, Oh yeah, I'm going to start tomorrow or Monday or new year's Eve or whatever. Like I'm not, you know, so, and I don't drink, so a huge, huge deal for me anymore, but yeah.Speaker 2: 24:38Yeah. Before this whole thing, what does that look like? So before the pandemic, I went to work, so I would wake up at five and work out, drink water, or do gratitude. Wow. And then you usually walk my dogs and then go to work. I'm like eight o'clock. And again, like I gotcha. I spend most of my day with dogs, so that's pretty awesome. Uh, I would work all day, come home. Mmm. Usually walk my dogs again and then I would write and start doing the creative stuff. So like, I started a blog in October, which I love, like writing is such like an outlet for me and I love, um, be creative and, um, I love writing and I started a book actually in this quarantine that I've always yeah. Always wanted to write. So what's the book about, um, it's probably like a reflection, um, back on my story with like what I know now kind of like looking back and like going through. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm a like 25,000 words in. Yeah. Yeah. I'm like, I feel like I'm at this point where I'm like, Oh, like, do I have any words to say? I definitely do. But, um, the beginning, like it just flew out and then, um, I'm having to get a lot more intentional. Yeah. Good for you. I started writing a book last summer. That's awesome. Wow. Yeah, I was writing it and then my laptop andSpeaker 3: 26:44I just happened to move everything from like my cloud, onto my laptop to like re arrange stuff. And it crashed like that night. So ever since then, I, I haven't like, Oh yeah, I lost, like, I had like 50 interviews that were, uh, on there and like, they're gone. Like, I didn't publish them. They're gone, but like, that's okay. It's okay. Like obviously, like I was whatever was on there. I was not supposed to do so, like I was pissed and frustrated and Mmm. Yeah. I was upset for a little bit, but um, like after, like I realized like, Oh, okay, well that happened for a reason. www.instagram.com/kelseydyoung @kelseydyoung https://www.imperfectlyrealme.com/post/it-s-all-about-the-questions www.instagram.com/robert_delude @robert_delude www.facebook.com/robertcdelude @robertdelude www.eastcoasttags.com Promocode NOYB or noneofyourbusiness www.instagram.com/eastcoasttags @eastcoasttags --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noneofyourbusiness/support
024 | Talking Confidence + Self-Love with Kelsey Young
What an awesome show we have for you this week! Have you ever talked to someone and instantly knew you'd be friends? Well, that's exactly what happened when I first met Kelsey! Kelsey is a Confidence Coach and recovering perfectionist. She helps women get more out of life, quit comparing themselves, and build their confidence. You MUST check out her binge-worthy blog, Imperfectly Real where she shares amazing tools and relatable stories. You can also sign-up to get her FREE guide, 5 Habits to Let Go Of For More Energy! In this week's show, we discuss everything from self-development, sober living, the comparison trap, the power of gratitude, to building a life of your dreams!!! Also, give her a follow on Instagram & Facebook so that you can be the first to know about her up-and-coming courses and tools! Soooo, pour yourself another cup of coffee or mix up your best Non-Alcoholic beverage and join in on this relaxing and eye-opening conversation! Be sure to screenshot your favorite part and tag us on Instagram! @thechelseaholden + @kelseydyoung Light + Love! ✌🏼🧡
Gravity Assist: Astronauts Go Back to Moon School, with Kelsey Young
Besides learning how to live in space, astronauts training for Artemis missions to the Moon will need to become experts in geology, so they know what to look for when they're scoping out rocks and other features. Kelsey Young of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center describes her experience of teaching astronauts through analog sites, places on Earth