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After arriving late due to an unsuccessful quest to find a new phone for the show and having to leave early for a college presentation, Amanda and Katelynn take over the show, leaving Maddy in the dust. Maddy would like to apologize, but this show is still great! :)
Among other teen topics, Maddy gives exclusive details on the show Moonlight (NEW EPISODES ON APRIL 25th) after visiting the set and interviewing the stars.
[Other topics include: College spotlight, stupid item of the week, Camp Rock--The New Jonas Brothers movie, High School Musical 4, Foster homes for kittens ...]
Toronto, Ontario singer/songwriter MADDY RODRIGUEZ will release her debut abum Don't Be A Stranger on March 6th. All the songs on the project are written or co-written by Maddy. "Music is such an important part of people's lives," she explains. "It can be a great comfort, and that's one of the best things you can give someone, comfort." The album's lead single Don't Play With My Heart is currently getting spins on Canadian Country radio stations. Maddy's music is influenced by a variety of artists including Billy Joel, James Taylor and Taylor Swift. She's no stranger to performing on stage and has had the opportunity to open up for Country duo One More Girl at the Sanderson Centre in Brantford, Ontario. Tune in as Maddy talks about the making of her debut CD and what she hopes to accomplish in 2012.
“The most influential and frequent voice you hear is your inner-voice. It can work in your favor or against you, depending on what you listen to and act upon.” ~Maddy Malhotra
We all talk to ourselves and for the most part it is a silent conversation between you and you. Self-talk is a very big part of our lives and what we tell ourselves matters more than we could ever know. Is the chatter in your head kind to you or hard on you? Does it ever take a break or is it constantly talking you up or down?
Join certified life coaches Sherry Pierce and Beth Brownlee Thursday, December 18th (US), at Noon ET on Trust Your Journey Radio when they discuss Trust Your Journey--The Things We Tell Ourselves. Feel free to call into the show at 347-945-5813 and join in the discussion or stream live via the internet using the link below. Blessings and they look forward to hearing from you!
Wherever life takes you--Trust Your Journey!
MGN Radio welcomes Elizabeth Chester, founder of Maddy Moo Creations. Elizabeth was a working mom at a large financial institution, who after the birth of her second child wanted to find a way to support the family without having to put her son in daycare. On a whim, she bought purses at wholesale and thought about having “purse parties” to sell them. Some of the handbags she bought were “design-your-own” styles, and she quickly realized that this was the direction she wanted to take. Eventually, after a lot of research, help from others, and brainstorming, Elizabeth started her own company: Maddy Moo Creations. Maddy Moo now has over 150 consultants who host the purse parties across the United States. All the handbags and accessories are handmade in a suburb North of Atlanta. Join us as we chat with this Mompreneur about her journey to make Maddy Moo a household name. You don't want to miss this show! Saturday at noon EST! Tell a friend! 917-388-4116 listener number!
Visit Maddy Moo: http://www.maddymoo.com/shop/
One Christmas, I remember my mother had enrolled my twin sister and I into a pen pal program. We were very excited. My pen pal lived in a country called New Zealand, a faraway place I'd never heard about until that day. I must have been in third or fourth grade, I can't remember now. Unfortunately, I can't even remember my pen pals' name but I remember how I enjoyed writing to her and telling her things about Michigan and she would tell me things about New Zealand. About a year later, we stopped writing to each other and I haven't talked to her since.
Even though I'd never seen her, we were connected over the great distance through letter writing. Each letter meant we took time out our days to spend maybe a few minutes and then have Mom or Dad post the letter and then eagerly wait to receive a response back.
In today's world, we don't have to wait to get a response. In fact, in our world, we tend to want an instant reaction. After all, we're plugged into our technology with phones, mobile devices, computers, and who knows what else in the coming years. Social media acts as the place to connect.
Or are we really as connected as we seem? What's the problem with being plugged and wired when it seems as if people are growing further apart? Family text each other in the same house, friends won't call but will chat on a social media outlet? Most people are glued to the phones and won't say hello to a passing stranger. So, are we really better off?
Join me as we talk about this topic with Maddy Lederman, author of Edna in the Desert. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV Radio mobile app. Any way you can, join us
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