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We're getting our host skills geared up to serve up the ultimate holiday parties...drinks included.
We love holiday parties, especially when we're surprised and delighted by little special touches created by the hosts. From custom-designed cocktails to gorgeous decor, as guests it's always fun to have something unique to discuss with the other guests (especially if we don't know each other). And honestly, it makes us feel more special as guests that the hosts took time out of their busy lives to make their event a little more special.
Designer Taniya Nayak might be best known as an HGTV host and designer on Food Network's Restaurant Impossible. She's also a successful, Boston-based interior design firm, Taniya Nayak Design LLC., where she adds a fresh, clean look to both commercial and residential spaces.
Entertaining designer Lulu Powers fresh approach to hassle-free entertaining – from food to flowers – has made her a sought-after talent, inspiring mentor, and credible entertaining lifestyle expert. Mindful of her client’s resources and at times, fear of entertaining, she imparts her wisdom with spirit and panache to transform the simple into sublime. Lulu is a best-selling author of "Food to Flowers."
Food and wine blogger/writer Maggie Unzueta is a recipe developer who shares her creations on her blog Mama Maggie.
Joe is out sick, so Kate is joined by "Deep Inside The Rabbit Holes" Mike Cannon and Tim Rothschild for story time. They discuss middle and high school make out sessions, as well as the "darker" sexual moments that they've experienced in their lives. The discussion then goes to what sex parties are really like. Kate describes her experiences with them, and then they all get into whether monogamy is natural or not.
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When a man and woman decide to get married. its has always been known for the man to have a BACHELOR PARTY., but now its the women coming having one of their own. Most women feel its not a good thing for the man to have one, b/c it opens the door for infidelity. Do you all think Bachelor/Bachelorette parties are a ticket straight to splitsville, or is its it one night of good old fashion partying/ drinking before tying the knot forever?, or is this the opportunity to have one last fling before the big day? we love to hear from you as we chime in on the topic. live on air 10pm ct 11pm est listen live on facebook, i tunes, twitter, and so on.
Extensive research has gone into high achievers, with the end result being more linked to discipline, drive and dedication than to innate talent. Many kids get easily frustrated at a very young age and after a few failed attempts at say, tying their shoe, they give up, cry, and request a Velcro pair. While temperament will always play a role, all children can be taught to push themselves beyond what they believed achievable. How you can raise your children to be winners.
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This is the podcast you've longed for!
Listen in for perspective and analysis of unfolding world events and the overall changes taking place in society that will help you clarify uncertainty as well as help you grow personally.
Co-hosts Carole Gold and Steve Clark bring a wealth of personal aand professional experience which makes for thought-provoking conversation. Their diverse backgrounds provide a rich persepctive on life's challenges and the many ways we can approach rising above them.
Carole Gold is a lawyer, Mediator, Life Coach, Author and lifelong intuitive. Her daughter currently serves in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Steve Clark is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer and Bond Trader who currently works in the technology field in lead generation. Steve and his wife have 6 children.
Our only agenda is to empower you to be the autonomus, creative, joyful and successful individual you were meant to be.
Its all about energy and it's rightful use. We call it "rightuseness." When we each approach challenges with the intention to resolve them in the highest good for all concerned, we use energy the way in which... and for the purpose...it was designed.
No one has all the answers but each of us has our own, unique contribution to make in solving the challenges we face. When we come together, sharing ideas and co-creating solutions we change the world.
Join us and call in to bring your part to this exciting conversation!
Carole and Steve
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Part II of this conversation will discuss the historical accounts, lessons that we must teach our children as well as letter we must write to our neighbor and other members of our community. How can we develop community programs and businesses that can help us move forward.
917) 889-9174 - 1st HOUR: 'Our Children w/Sodeeyah' - 'What Our Children Want' - In regards to the school system & their policies that go against what parents are taught in the home & how to overcome them.
2nd HOUR:'Saving Princesses w/Arlene J. Ramsey' - The Apocalypse & Inception Of A Paradigm Shift. Minority Parents Murdering Their Legacy (Their Children). -
Do you have a friend that you've known since you were children or teens? Do you stay in touch or is it someone you haven't seen in awhile? Is your best friend a man and is it platonic, really?
Have you ever had a fight about anything with a good friend? If so, how did you patch things up?
Do you have or have you ever had a white female friend? Can Black women and white women in America even BE friends?
Is it hard to make new friends after a "certain age"?
Is there an old friend out there you just want to send a special message to just to say "I'm thinking about you"?
Yes, it's National Friends Night on The Joshua Generation Network Radio
There are old ships/
There are new ships/
But there is no ship/
Join our discussion as we discuss the good things of ourselves we see in our children. What we can do the curb the bad and how to improve the good Thursday December 18th at 6:30pm only on SIRA Media Radio
Children handle pet death rather easily. It is the adult's reactions and actions that can leave a scar of misunderstanding. Most kids feel as strongly over the loss of the pet as adults do, but look to the adults in their lives to decide how to respond to the loss.
Many adults feel it is best to protect children from the upsetting truth of what has happened to their pet and so they lie! They pretend the pet "ran away" or perhaps "moved to the country." Without telling children the truth, it will cause them more pain and the potential for guilty feelings for not taking better care of their pet.
Were you aware that how a child hears about the first death in his life, usually a pet or grandparent, can color his future perspecive on death? Please see this great kids book; http://www.amazon.com/Miss-You-Pets-Heaven-Parent-ebook/dp/B00J0D707Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1416880152&sr=1-1&keywords=I+miss+you%3A+all+pets+go+to+heaven You will be glad you did.
Join us today by calling in at 917-889-8810 and sharing your story of how you were told as a child that your beloved pet had died. We are a community of caring pet parents who want to share with you.
It is not uncommon for adult children of alcoholics to attract energy beings who are very similar to their parents. It is quite common in fact for adult children to attract alcoholics as partners and to have children with drug and alcoholc issues. I hear some wondering, "But how could this be? I did not drink, and I hated my father who was an alcoholic. How could I have attracted a spouse who drinks and have children who drink and do drugs?" The reality Dear One, is that we attract what we are on a vibrational level, and your childhood experiences have created certain emotional set points. These set points are no different than a radio station. So like moths to a flame, children who have been abused by alcoholics are tuned up for alcoholics. Why? Because ACoA's understand the dysfunctional love language of an alcoholic, and or narcissistic, denial based being. While a non-codependent being would avoid alcoholics whose actions might not match what is comign out of his/her mouth, and ACoA sees these beings as needing sympathy, help, or love. In addition, because their idea of love is evasive, complicated and confusing, ACoA's match up their energies perfectly with beings who are more than willing to be evasice, complicated and confusing. Taking a Toxic Vibrational Fast is a Fast Pass Way to Facilitate Emotional Healing.
Are you teaching your children to truly take care of themselves and fill their own needs? Or have you made choices that leave your child dependent on you? Naturally we all want to keep our children safe, and of course we like to see them happy, but if we truly want to support our children expanding and growing then we need to foster their confidence in the Universe and their knowing of all they are capable of creating.
Join us for part 3 of a four part series created from a small group gather in October, 2014 with Delrae J Bantz, Life Strategist, Open Channel and visionary owner of the Life Learning Center of Self.