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Welcome to another afternoon of Journal Jabber with your host Angela Yuriko Smith and today we have a two for one special going on as we have a double chat going on with authors Meg Mims and Eleanor Cawood Jones.
Mims is the author of several books, including Double Crossing and Double or Nothing, a historical mystery set in the American West; Santa Paws, Santa Claws and The Key to Love. Jones is the author of A Baker's Dozen and Death is Coming to Town.
Today's show has been generously sponsored by The Eyes for Editing.
Joining host Kelly Scanlon is noted author and speaker Meg Hirshberg. Meg talks about her latest book, For Better or For Work: A Survival Guide for Entrepreneurs and Their Families. Hirshberg is a contributing editor and former columnist for Inc. magazine. Meg’s column, Balancing Acts, explored the intersection of family and business and work-life balance issues in an entrepreneurial setting. Entrepreneur magazine selected Meg’s book as one of the five best business books of 2012,
An eclectic mix of interviews, along with a live reading. Join us and enjoy as we delve into:
William Giraldi's Busy Monsters
Susan Campbell's Tempest-Tossed: The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker
Tova Mirvis' Visible City
Meg Wolitzer's The Interestings
Listeners can win copies of Visible City and The Interestings.
Last September on my facebook, I kept noticing post by a Man named Ced Wynez out of Alatanta, Ga ! What caught my attention was not so much as we share the same first name but it was his independent philosophy on race and religion. His music was real and the music was soulfull but he talked about real everyday issues and even likes to take on Organize Religion being more interested in Money then souls especially in the African American Community ! Although I could see how some one could be offended about his views on religion, because I am a believer but I never felt insecured in my own security on who I am but Ced Wynez can if anybody can, will make you think !
7pm Pastor Joseph Ferrara
8pm-9p Minister Sean Michaud
"The Great Paradox"
9-11pm Idemudia Guobadia
11pm - Natalie Davis
On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (9/16/13) my guest will be Meg Swansen of Schoolhouse Press.Meg was taught to knit by her mother, British-born designer/writer Elizabeth Zimmermann. Meg & her mother began to work together in 1965 & ran their knitting-supply mail order business, Schoolhouse Press, until Elizabeth’s retirement in 1990.Meg was the first to be profiled in Vogue Knitting’s “Master Knitters of the 90’s” series and her designs
Women's health and fertility is very much enhanced by a smooth adjustment into motherhood, and a successful discovery of balance as your baby moves through her stages.
Please join your host, Bridgit Danner, as she interviews Meg Stalnaker on the topics of:
-Causes of insufficient lactation and how to overcome it
-How to get a good night's sleep as your baby gets older
-How to wean when you are ready to get pregnant again
-And whatver other fun topics arise!
Meg is a Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Meg has been working with breastfeeding families since 1990; as a doula, a midwife and lactation specialist. She teaches childbirth, breastfeeding and newborn care classes at various locations in Portland and facilitates a breastfeeding support group at Zenana Spa and Wellness Center.
Meg is a member of the International Lactation Consultants Association and Nursing Mothers Council of Oregon. You can work locally with Meg by contacting her through her website: http://www.naturallatch.com/
You are welcome to call in with questions about your situation at the number above!
Blogtalk program is sponsored by OH Kruse and their Perfection line of feeds, www.OHKruse.com
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Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk for a night of education, fleece, and fiber fun with Martin Dally.
We'll talk about April's breedbox breeds and visit with Martin about what's been happening.
Watch Shear Madness on Nat Geo Wild every Saturday 10:00 pm eastern.
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The purpose for the Saturday afternoon radio shows is to offer Hosts and Listeners opportunies to be a part of the Khalifah Kujichagulia Village in Virginia (KKVV). KKVV is a 123 acre tract of Nat Turner's Birth Land. We have fields to grow Wholesome Food, woods to grow strong herbs and trees. In the consultations, or interviews, we discuss what we are doing; the person being interviewed listens for hear things about KKVV that they would like to participate in: Whether it is the
Missing Periods? Nat, Nicole, and Elle will discuss all the physical, emotional, and spiritual causes of your amenorrhea.
Dave Markowitz, has shared the lecture bill with Deepak Chopra, and his books have been endorsed by best-selling authors: Lynn Andrews, Dannion and Kathryn Brinkley, Dr Meg Blackburn Losey; and ShirleyMacLaine.com
This week on New Awakenings Shop Talk Radio Dave will discuss his new book "Self-Care for the Self-Aware"
"The needs of the self-aware are different. Many of us are overly empathic, and many are extra sensitive to foods, medicines, situations and people.
If you have physical or emotional ailments, are overweight, have allergies, or are inexplicably lethargic, unfocused, or feeling lost, there may another reason: Your energetic sensitivities may have caused you to take on the pain, unhappiness, and dis-ease of the people around you."
Dave Markowitz is a medical intuitive who has helped thousands on their journey toward wholeness. and is a master at identifying the underlying causes and working on that level, and has found that many of his clients’ pains and illnesses aren’t their own; that their empathic abilities make them an “energetic sponge.” His powerful five-step process helps highly sensitive people see their gifts as a blessing and not a curse, and also helps them “give back” what isn’t theirs.