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Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert writes in her foreword to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What?: “I hope that you learn a little about love and the strange ways that animal (and humans) show it.”
In her forward to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Dog Did What?: “I hope you read something that reminds you of your favorite dog and suddenly realize that the relationship with him or her helped to create the thread of the person you became.” Miranda goes on to remind readers: “Don’t forget… love a shelter pet.”
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher of Chicken Soup, and me on Tuesday, August 26, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss inspirational stories about the volunteers and professionals involve in animal welfare and more importantly how shelter cats and dogs make fabulous pets as they enriched the lives of their new families.
Need help in finding a moment for yourself?
Do you think having a "me time" is selfish?
Looking for some creative ways on how to handle housework and juggling a career?
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher of Chicken Soup, and me on Tuesday, July 22, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide. The book is a collection of inspiring and entertaining stories from fellow multitasking moms sharing tips and pointers to help others organize their time more efficiently to meet the busy demand as today’s mothers.
Anguish - Lost Inside
Hosted by Craig Sicilia
Life is funny, we spend our whole lives building this person we think we know so well. Ourselves, then all of a sudden in a single instance it crumbles as we watch after a brain injury. Our friends and family hardly know us little alone have any desire to be around us shortly after. These experiences happen so quick in what seems to be a blink of an eye. We have no one in our lives, life seems to lose meaning. Soon we isolate and lose more of our ability to socialize in a typical world. Soon we ponder in being who we used to be and even give every ounce of energy and effort trying to be that person we remember.
Even though none of this perfect life we thought we had no longer exists, we find yourself alone, isolated inside of this vessel our body is no longer recognized by ourselves. And many may spend the rest of their lives in this state. How do we change this, how do we embrace and learn to live a life that we truly can love. One that we have not imagined yet. Join in tonight as we explore this...
Amy Newmark, the publisher and editor in chief of Chicken Soup for the Soul, discusses the adventures of finding a dream house in her new book collection, Home Sweet Home.
No matter what you call home, an apartment, a condo or a house, what really matters are the people who help you create memories. Amy discusses the adventures in finding a dream house and shares stories from the latest book in the collection, which discusses remodeling makeovers to do-it-yourself disasters. You will be entertained and inspired by the 101 stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Home Sweet Home.
Join Amy Newmark and me on Tuesday, May 27, 10-11 A.M. CT US as we discuss the adventures of finding a dream house.
Jesse interviews Craig Karolus – guide for musical journeys. Craig has been involved with music for most of his life, starting with his high school marching bad the Minnesota Marching M’BAssadors, under the direction of Mr. Gove who put his small town of Long Prairie, Minnesota on the map. Craig was a percussionist and drum major for the marching band, who traveled all over the country. Craig directed the field show band when they performed at the Festival of States competition. Even as a small child he would spend time playing an electric organ at his grandmother’s house, music as always been a part of his life; as this is where he started putting basic melodies together. Craig got his first taste of New Age music while serving in the US Army in Advanced Individual Training; and was hooked ever since. After his army days Craig teamed up with his brothers Todd, Curt, and good friends Paul Singh and Mic Ironi to paly in a rock band. Named “Karolus”; which played for nearly 10 years, and included opening for Great White. He then decided to compile the music he had written over the previous 15 years to create his album “Standing On Top”. We will be looking at Craig and the work he has created over the years. You can learn more about him at: www.craigkarolus.com
Join us for a jam packed show!
Craig Newmark, the founder of Craig's List and Craig Connects joins us for a candid interview (minute 23:30) about his passion for supporting military families (http://www.twitter.com/craignewmark ) .
We highlight Oprah's 'Favorite Things Show', where she pulled off the BIGGEST surprise for 30 Military Spouses!
Editor of Military.com Ward Carroll along with USAA Certified Financial Planner Scott Halliwell stop by to talk about the just released "Sperlings' Best Places" list which ranks the best cities for veterans and explains what makes each of them so friendly to veterans! ( http://www.usaa.com/bestplaces )
We are also talking about Married to the Army: Alaska on OWN. Not to mention we have a big announcement about our Dec 4th show!
You don't want to miss this show! Join the conversation! Laugh, Learn, Relate!
What's happening with the "IRS Scandal"? The drama continues and no resolution appears in sight.
What brought this scandal into the light? Who are the players? What are facts? Where/when did it begin? Where are we now?
What other scandals has the IRS faced?
We will begin the mornng talking about these issues and more. Then at the top of the 9AM hour, Craig Bergman, Religion, Politics and Culture Expert, Political Insider and Stategist, and President of Patriots for Christ will join us and share his knowledge and opinions on this ongoing scandal.
We will also get an insight to Bergman's soon to be released movie "Unfair:Exposing the IRS" which will screen in 684 movie theaters nationwide beginning Oct. 14th.
See you "In the Pickle Barrel" 8AM-10AM EST this morning and every weekday morning.
Numbered Day's - Destiny or Delusion
Hosted by Craig Sicilia
This show airs just 51 weeks after empowering emerging leaders in truly leading. Almost too where some felt abandoned left to drown. Many not understanding how I would dare let others just have it. You see it was never mine, it has always been for whoever needs it. I can remember my first show, how I to, was just searching and not even knowing what it was I was searching for. I have been planning this show for almost two years. Knowing the time was coming. And if this vision is destiny or just my dark deeded delusion. I guess time will tell. From the deepest depths of my heart i know this is what I am, was and will do to the end.
I knew about a year and a half ago my own music was killing me, whether it was the physical sounds and lights or just the significance of it's meaning to me. Juggling everything putting its focal point on building a real community, with leaders that will survivor this jungle of life. Though my children paid a huge price as my time got consumed many times. I know they will be proud. People may think I’m nutsy, and their probably more right than wrong. Tonight part one of a three part series of one man’s journey, in his attempt in creating a support system that will last through the times of sand, bringing hope to those who need it. Am I delusional, maybe! The sense of dying knowing the time is coming, thinking I am some kind of fortune teller, I sit here and ask myself the same thing, I say to myself, really I think I see my future, or am i just delusional
My Universe, God, Creator or whoever it is has put my destiny in my head from the beginning, and the peace people see in me is the peace that I have done my best, and believe he is saying "I Am Pleased"
After previewing the Pacific Division last week, Brian Bobal and Adam Rickert travel to the opposite coast this week to tackle the Atlantic. Well, Brian, Adam and a VERY special guest...ESPN's own Craig Custance! He will join the top two hockey podcasters in this part of the country. Who will win the Atlantic? Can Boston repeat as division champs? Will Tampa Bay be the dark horse everyone seems to expect it to be? Can Montreal overcome some monumental offseason changes? Will the Red Wings stay healthy and improve this season? Find out from the very best on Monday night at 8:30 PM ET/5:30 PM PT!
Special Report on Legal pot in Washington mixed with our memorial day remembering who we are now, we have 6 shots some real funny some pro pot some no pot what ever you think its legal in my state. I went and checked out one of the stores today, I invited them on the show and I will share my experience and you can share yours too call in tonight. You will love the reporting on this subject.
HARDER THAN LIFE
New Beginnings Life after Brain Injury
Hosted by Craig Sicilia
In rememberence of ourselves we shall talk about the following remembering we are incredable
After a brain injury life is hard, we no longer can trust our tools in dealing with relationships and the longer time goes on the harder it gets, we are social creatures and we will explore relationships and the difficulty with many aspects of interpersonal skills, trust and willingness to bend, but these things we must overcome these harder than life behaviors as a new person, building the new us.
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