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What kinds of tools best help us achieve self-reliance? Certainly education, information, resources and awareness can help. But what about actual real tools, like hammers and saws? Our guest is Sarah Ingleby.
Sarah Ingleby, Tools for Self-Reliance
Sarah Ingleby is the CEO of Tools for Self-Reliance, a UK-based charity founded in 1980. The organization believes that a world free from extreme poverty and hunger can be created by helping people to be more self-reliant. And they find that concept to be especially true in Africa..
Tools for Self Reliance gives people the skills and tools to get them out of poverty and into work, supplying them with a chance they never had before. Each year they ship tens of thousands of high-quality refurbished tools and sewing machines to partners in Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, Zambia, Sierra Leone and Malawi, and pay for much-needed skills training.
Fall is the perfect time to design. And we’re talking easy DIY décor with two of our favorite DIY decorating experts.
Sara Peterson, Editor-in-Chief of HGTV Magazine, gets us inside the pages and behind the scenes and dishes fast, affordable spruce-ups that can deliver a dynamite new look.
Kelly Edwards, super-designer and author of The Design Cookbook: Recipes for A Stylish Home, cooks up cool ways to kick it with color and she tunes us in on ways to get every house and budget inspired and inspirational.
The leaves are fluttering. The colors are colossal. It’s time to get our design on. And get those DIY holiday decorations ready for our favorite guests this holiday season.
MyFixitUpLife hosts are talking DIY deck tips and money-saving tips to get your outdoors spaces ready for winter. DIY Network’s Cool Tool guru Grundy joins us from deep inside the big wide world of outdoor living with the North American Deck and Railing Association at DeckExpo in Chicago.
We’re getting ready for winter with Fine Homebuilding magazine’s expert editor and real deal home improvement expert Andy Engel. Remodeling magazine‘s uber editor Lauren Hunter checks in with a report from the show floor.
Therma-Tru doors’ Brad Johnson shares more getting ready for winter tips that will keep the house’s heat where we want it and help save money on our energy bills.
And we get best-in-the-business DIY deck tips from cleaning stains to pro pressure washing advice that will help you DIY your deck and whole house ready for winter.
DIY Wedding host Yvette-Michelle Cottle Darby shares some helpful tips for choosing your wedding party. She will also talk about the role of the Maid of Honor and Best Man. Do not be stressed by the process, see it as an opportunity to surround yourself with those that love you and support your journey as a couple.
DIY Guy or DIY Girl? It's a battle of the DIY sexes on this episode. Who has the skills? We're taking on the toughest DIY question: When it comes to DIY: Who’s the king of the castle? Men or women?
DIY Network’s Mega Dens host and do-it-all DIYer Anitra Mecadon reaches into her experiences working with homeowners and professional contractors for her take on whether it's the DIY Guy or the DIY Girl who brings the most to the table.
And Jason Cameron from DIY Network’s Man Caves and Desperate Landscapes talks about working with his wife on DIY, how he's navigated working with men and women on his DIY Network shows, and if the DIY Guy has the advantage.
From design to digging holes, time management to tight miters, who rules the roost? It’s the guy versus girl challenge on MyFixitUpLife.
Should you DIY or hire a contractor? We talk to pros who know. When it comes to deciding on DIY home projects, there are so many factors to consider: skills, tools, time, budget, and willingness to get dirty. So how much can you do yourself, and how much should you do? We're talking DIY or hire a contractor on this episode of MyFixitUpLife.
From demo to decorating, we're breaking down the DIY dilemma with a few of our favorite experts.
DIY Network's Mike Holmes tells us how he tools up Holmes Makes it Right sites to keep them safe and movin' at full-tilt boogie speed.
Restaurant Impossible designer Taniya Nayak dials us in on when it's best to DIY or hire a pro.
And 'Roger That!' hosts and designers Roger Stout-Hazard and Chris Stout-Hazard give get-it-done advice for going all-in or subbing it out.
Design, build, decorate, renovate: It's an all-pro DIY show.
The DIY home renovation concept is a very popular trend, especially with the high cost of home renovation and the need to live more sustainably. Providing that you have the expertise or have the proper instruction, it can also be very cost effective as it is good for the environment. The financial costs associated with purchasing a new home has also forced people to go back to basics. Home owners are looking at the comfort and personalization of the home as opposed to buying something that is simply “bigger and better”. Instead of spending a fortune on brand new materials, people are opting to use materials from old buildings or “deconstruction” as well as other materials often headed for landfills. By embracing building concepts such as straw bale building on a community level, people can learn to work together within their own communities to create more affordable housing as they develop a more tight-knit community. How does one begin such an endeavor? What exactly are the building basics that you need to know? How can people collect reclaimed materials? Why are insulation and thermal mass so important? What options are there for utilizing space as well as creating space? How can you incorporate the natural color of materials to enhance the beauty of your home? How can you create a landscape that also lends itself to sustainability?
In this special series called The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to author, Jessica Kellner about her book, Housing Reclaimed: Sustainable Homes For Next To Nothing. Jessica will share tips and answer many of the questions home owners have about DIY renovation. Jessica Kellner is editor of Natural Home & Garden magazine and a passionate advocate of using architectural salvage to create aesthetically beautiful, low-cost housing. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Join Andrea as she talks about her book Angelic Tools for Abundance! This book is based on her own abundance work with the angels. She will share the principles from her book. She will help everyone to release blocks to abundance, learn fun manifesting tools and universal abundance principles! She will be doing a live angel meditation to bring more abundance into your life! True abundance means unlimited goodness in our lives! Andrea will do live healings and meditations with the angels! She will also be taking live callers in the second half of the show.
Andrea Dombecki is an Angel Therapy Practitioner, Theta Healer, and Reiki Master. She is the author of two Angel Books. Angel Lessons of Healing and Light and Angelic Tools for Abundance. http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/andreaangelart
Andrea offers private angel readings through phone or email. To order a personal angel reading with Andrea Dombecki go to her website: http://www.angellifemakeover.com/angelandfairyhealings.php: www.angellifemakeover.com
The Angelic Tools for Abundance Healing Bundle contains 4 angel healing mps3's, a 58 page pdf e-book and 7 printable abundance worksheets. To purchase and instantly download go to: http://www.angellifemakeover.com/store
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If you don't think of yourself as a leader, then you are limited in your thinking. Leading is the way we help move people into action, including us. The question is not whether or not we are leaders, but how well we lead.
- from iPEC Coaching (www.ipeccoaching.com)
Join Tim Billiter, owner of DIY for Your Soul (www.diyforyoursoul.com), on Tuesday, Oct. 22nd, at 7 PM ET to hear his interview with iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) President and CEO, Luke Iorio.
Listen as they discuss, Leading Consciously - Recognizing We Are All Leaders and Deciding What Type of Leader You Would Like to Be. Learn how everyone is a leader, no matter who they are, what it means to lead consciously, and of the importance of deciding what type of leader you choose to be.
Don't miss this important conversation that could alter the way you see yourself and radically change the way you show up in the future.
IS THE HIGHER OR LOWER SELF THE TRUE SELF? WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? DOES EVERYONE HAVE A HIGHER SELF? DOES EVERYONE POSSESS A LOWER SELF? WHICH SELF IS GREATER THAN HIGHER & LOWER SELF? FIND AT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON STATE OF MENTELL RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTELLECTUAL PROPHET AHMIR NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MOA, DON'T MISS IT!!!!
Dana Taylor is a fellow Vanderbilt Alum and CEO of Intelligent Ethos, a consulting firm specializing in business development strategies. In this episode, Dana will be sharing strategies for using LinkedIn to build your sales pipeline.
How many of you have a LinkedIn profile but have no idea what to do with it? If that's you, you definitely need to listen in and take notes.
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Middle Song: A Woman's Fate c Free Play Music
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Subject: OBAMACABRE BUILD UP - PART 5 - OBAMA STOP YOUR MESS! PLAYTIME IS OVER!
(Note: Please be aware and share that the quoted Scripture herein is from Proverbs 22:6, but the Holy Spirit put into my mouth during the broadcast to say Proverbs 22:11, as well.) Thanks! - Rev. Dowell
Welcome! To Christian ClergyWomenTalkers Radio Voice / Going Live! I'm your Host, Reverend Lainie Dowell, coming to you from the Beautiful New City, Columbia, Maryland. Strategically located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., our Nation's Capitol, where Almighty God shall reveal Himself. And Marvel Not! All shall fear! For our God lives.
Come on in! Join me as we consider what is going on in the Nation and the world today. Let's get this talking started! And in the words of Singer, Bonnie Raitt, "Let's give them something to talk about."