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Jenn Grant, Canadian singer/songwriter whose hit, Dreamer, is the theme song for the popular television series, Heartland, joins Real Sisters Talk at the family table for a look at her successful and growing career. Her 2011 album, Honeymoon Punch, was nominated for a Juno award (Canadian equivalent of a Grammy) for Adult Alternative Album of the Year in 2012. And now her music is spreading to the United States with another just released album, The Beautiful Wild, a U.S. tour and rave reviews-
PRE RECORDED: Dr. Jenn explores the ups and downs of relationships from the energetic patterns held within our Heart Chakra. How can we heal a broken heart and release old patterns that keep repeating? How can we open our hearts to Authentic and True Love after a painful experience?
Includes a Heart Chakra healing meditation during the show.
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Jenn Grant, Canadian singer/songwriter whose hit, Dreamer, is the theme song for the popular television series, Heartland, joins Real Sisters Talk at the family table for a look at her successful and growing career.
Her 2011 album, Honeymoon Punch, was nominated for a Juno award (Canadian equivalent of a Grammy) for Adult Alternative Album of the Year in 2012. And now her music is spreading to the United States with another just released album, The Beautiful Wild, a U.S. tour and rave reviews--the Boston Globe called her a musician that could "make some noise" in 2013.
She's uniquely confident in her own intuition and life path and she shares her journey honestly in this interview: overcoming the stage fright that almost ended her career, her mothers recent death from breast cancer, her new marriage and the inspiration and stories behind many of her songs.
Jenn is a woman to watch. Join us at the family table, meet Jenn Grant, and be inspired by her beautiful music and passionate life.
**All music is by Jenn Grant except one song when she references Tegan & Sara.
Have you been hearing lately about the benefits of meditation such as managing stress, enhancing creativity and increasing energy? Do you want to begin a meditation practice but not sure how or where to begin? Are you curious about the health benefits of meditation? While many people have been practicing meditation for decades, others are getting introduced now as it gains more mainstream popularity. Join health coach Jenn Duffy for this episode of the Happy Healthy Hour to learn how meditation works and how it can work for you.
Everyone wants to look and feel good, have more energy, and be in control of their health and wellbeing. Yet we know that there are often many struggles along the way in achieving that. The realities of day-to-day life conspire against us -- preventing us from having the time to exercise, encouraging us to overeat or make poor food choices when we are tired, and allowing stress to overwhelm us. This is why health coaching has become a growing profession in recent years. But what is health coaching all about? What does a health coach do? What is it like to work with a health coach? How do you find a coach that's right for you? Join health coach Jenn Duffy for this episode of the Happy Healthy Hour to learn more about how health coaches are part of a powerful shift toward greater health and happiness and how this could work for you.
Do you have a strange addiction? For many years, experts believed that only alcohol and powerful drugs were addictive. Recent research has shown that certain pleasurable activities, such as gambling, shopping, and sex, can also hijack the brain. Addictions are chronic and persistent behaviors that we continue to do despite their negative consequences. Although common addictions such as alcoholism and drugs typically come to mind, some people suffer from strange addictive behaviors. You may joke that you’re addicted to chocolate, but what if you really were? What if you couldn’t stop eating chocolate no matter how sick it made you? Or, what if you were addicted to something else such as eating glass, hair pulling, eating dirt, or drinking nail polish? Addiction exerts a powerful influence on the brain that manifests in three distinct ways: craving for the object of addiction, loss of control over its use, and continuing involvement with it despite adverse consequences. For some addictions, the action itself is considered socially acceptable, making it harder to identify and deal with. In fact, some behaviors are so common like watching TV or surfing the Internet, that an addiction might go unnoticed. But where is the line between normal behavior and an addiction? And how can you tell the difference? Life Coach Jenn A. Nocera of Formula for Excellence will set the record straight. After the show, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
Grant Parsons, DIrector of Communications for the American Motorcyclist Association, joins Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys Garrison and Ralph. The mission of the AMA is to promote the motorcycling lifestyle and to protect the future of motorcycling.
Check out Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and order a copy of Garrison's new book, Classic Diners of Connecticut.
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In todays show we interview Sophie Sladek from Switzerland again for the 3rd time.
The purpose of the show is to allow the listener the opportunity to hear the difference in Sophie's life after using ZPoint for the past few months.
Listen as she speaks candidly about her life and her experience moving forward with the ZPoint 21 Day Live Program.
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