20-13 Segment 1: Cannabis: A Complicated History

20-13 Segment 1: Cannabis: A Complicated History

Human use of cannabis dates back to tens of thousands of years ago. And the drug wasn’t just used in medicinal or recreational settings, but also part of religious ceremonies or used by warriors before wartime battle. We speak with pharmacology expert Dr. Richard Miller about the drugs global history and its prohibition in the U.S. over the last 70 years.

20-12 Segment 2: Falling Through A Cloud: Living With Cognitive Decline

20-13 Segment 2: Falling Through A Cloud: Living With Cognitive Decline

In a moment where many are practicing ‘social distancing’ it can be a good opportunity to put down your phones and pick up a stress-relieving solo hobby. We speak with Shannon Downey, creator of Badass Cross Stitch, about the simplicity and art of cross-stitching as well as how she’s used it to channel local and national social issues.

20-12 Segment 1: The Wonders Of Removing Clothing Clutter

20-12 Segment 1: The Wonders Of Removing Clothing Clutter

Ever feel like each morning you look at your closet, and despite the large number of clothes, never really have anything to wear? This abundance of extra fabric not only takes up space but also can be a burden to your headspace. We speak with two experts about how to shop and consume less as well as best organize the items you already have.

20-12 Segment 2: The Resurgence Of Hand Embroidery: Craftivism Through Cross-Stitching

In a moment where many are practicing ‘social distancing’ it can be a good opportunity to put down your phones and pick up a stress-relieving solo hobby. We speak with Shannon Downey, creator of Badass Cross Stitch, about the simplicity and art of cross-stitching as well as how she’s used it to channel local and national social issues.

20-11 Segment 1: Getting Things Done: Hints On How To Do It Better

20-11 Segment 1: Getting Things Done: Hints On How To Do It Better

Does it ever seem like the more you try to finish, the less you accomplish? It may be that you’re expending too much energy on mindlessly doing rather than planning and prioritizing. Viewpoints’ speaks to two experts in the field about some simple strategies you can employ to get things done in a more efficient manner.