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We're in the home stretch for the holiday season when we realize the list is long and time is short. Today we'll talk about how to maintain your calm through this very busy time with practical and simple things you can do to help yourself maintain your sanity and maybe even enjoy this time of the giant to do lists.
If you'll be taking to the skies this holiday season, you won't want to miss this episode of Road Trip Radio. We'll give easy-to-follow tips to help you find your way through the long lines, potentially bad weather, flight delays, and stringent security measures that you're likely to find when traveling during peak periods.
Plus, this week we celebrate the Season Finale of Road Trip Radio. Join us for a brief look back over our first year on the air, plus a look forward to some changes and enhancements to our show when we return for our second season in January.
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Episode 44: Join us as we discuss some critical tips on spending during these upcoming holidays. Are there some good deals out there that you don't wanna miss? Why spend more than you have to? What do you need to know before Black Friday? Does it matter where you shop?
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What will you average weight gain be this holiday season? Most Americans gain a particular average between Thanksgiving and Christmas. But, if you're one to go all out with no room on the table but for the food only, then these tips are going to help you and your mid-section.
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It's that time of year again: food, family and for some, fretting. What great tips do you have for coping? For the 12 Days of Christmas, here are 12 Sanity Tips to help you make this your best holiday season.
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Sarae chats with Amy Fidelis, Marketing & Education Director at mpowered, who shares tips to avoid trashing your credit and overspending during the holiday season.
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JD Holiday talks with author Cliff Roberts.
A Michigan politician who had become a literary powerhouse. He had a long and prosperous career in sales, politics, and now he has become a leading Indie author. Cliff has had several #1 bestsellers-- his biggest hits have been The Reprisal Series and Conch Republic. His other books include Fatal Mistake and his newly-released and movie-optioned Apollo Road. But all Cliff Roberts’ books have the distinction of having been hot sellers in many different markets. Reprisal! The Eagle Rises is currently his top selling book and spent 6 weeks at #1 on Amazon. His latest book Apollo Road was optioned to become a movie and has just been released on Amazon.
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Conch Republic: www.amazon.com/Conch-Republic-Cliff-Roberts/dp/149283100X/
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