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If you've been asking yourself or your friends if what you're wearing is age-appropriate, or just don't feel comfortable in your clothing styles anymore or trying to wear things that just don't seem to be a good fit or look right - well you're in the right place!
In this episode image consultant Susan Hesslegrave helps us plot the course to our own Signature Style!
Susan says' Our clothing should 'fit' us! Not the other way round.'
For women who are in their 'Second Act' and ready to change things up, let go of their 20-something self and her clothing desires, and embrace the beautiful YOU of today - will be excited to hear Susan's unique tips and unique path to getting to the heart of this issue.
Susan Hesselgrave believes: 'This is an exciting time in a woman’s life journey. You need to reinvent yourself in many ways, including how you feel about your appearance. But that transformation does require “burning” the old identity – agreeing to let it go, admitting that it has lost its vitality and relevance. This is your chance to rebloom.'
Learn the steps in this 3 part series to Find your One-of-a-Kind Style.
Join us! (and if you're here early, set a reminder on the episode page AND sign up on www.keystoclarity.com to get your show reminders)
P.S. On this series Susan shares her 'One-of-a-Kind Style' Discovery Map which leads you step by step to finding your own 'One-of-a-Kind Style'. www.stylewithsusan.com/gift
Tune into this week's show on the Every Woman Talk Show with host Oolie Wells. Tune in as Oolie will have an open discussion on the myths, facts, misconceptions, reality and questions involded in today's relationships in AGE APPROPRIATE RELATIONSHIPS!! It goes down at 7:00pm (EST)
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Many people end up homeless because they live in houses/apartments that do not have the "appropriate technology" to maintain a financially sustainable existence.
Join us and learn about Appropriate Technology Housing.
We have all heard of "affordable housing" however "Appropriate Technolgy Housing" is more is the most efficient and cost effective housing available on the planet.
Living in an Appropriate Technology Home can help U create money.
Getting off the grid
Zero Waste Living
Best Places To Live and Not Live
How To Lower Or Eliminate Your Monthly Household Energy Expenses
How To Build Your Own House
Go From Homeless To Home owner.
Camp It's My House.
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" at 8AM-10AM EST to join the discussions concerning the letter signed by 47 GOP Senators to the Iranian government.
Things to ponder: Was the letter legal? Was sending the letter a warning to Iran or Obama? Did the letter do more harm than good to the GOP agenda? How does all of this look to our allies? How does all of this turmoil help in the negotiations? What do the players in this "King of the Hill" battle think about the letter?
"Top 10 tips for developing a fully appropriate IEP or Section 504 plan"
504- What Parents Need to Know
Dennis C. McAndrews, Esquire, has worked for over thirty years in the public and private sectors in several roles in the fields of estate planning and disability law. He is the founder and managing partner of McAndrews Law Offices, P.C., an eighteen-attorney law firm with offices in Berwyn, Scranton, Wyomissing, Wilmington Delaware, and Washington D.C., which regularly represents individuals and their families in a variety of areas, including estate planning/administration, special education matters, special needs trusts, elder law, abuse of vulnerable persons, guardianships, right-to-treatment cases, and injury cases. He frequently acts as a consultant to other public and private attorneys with regard to estate planning/administration, disability and special education issues. The firm also consults with higher education agencies and corporate entities regarding policies designed to protect consumers, employees and stakeholders.
Discuss the need for timely, appropriate treatment for serious mental illness (SMI) through AOT programs. Your input is invited at (347)857-3293. Most families experiencing mental health crisis agree that their mentally disabled loved ones would be able to avoid psychotic episodes if the patients were faithful to their mental health treatment program and took their meds. However, many Americans with SMI are untreated, some because they have no health insurance that covers mental disfunctions, and others because patients refuse to accept treatment and take prescribed meds.
Assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for Americans with SMI. AOT programs reduce homelessness, arrests and incarceration, hospitalization, and deaths caused by the lack of treatment. That means less crime and safer communities, lower prison costs, and restoration to wholesome living for many sick people.
We congratulate the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), which endorsed unanimously the “authorization, implementation, appropriate funding, and consistent use of assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) laws to ensure treatment in the least restrictive setting possible for individuals whose illness prevents them from otherwise accessing such care voluntarily.” The IACP represents more than 20,000 members in more than 100 countries (see more at the Treatment Advocacy Center website). Nobody knows the needs of people with SMI like their psychiatrists, their families and police. With few exceptions, they agree that AOT would make ours a safer and more humane society. Please call and give your opinions on air.
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This week on Christians Unite Radio we take a look at the conseversial book/movie Fifty Shades of Grey and whether we as Christians should support or watch this type of movie or read the book. Does Scripture say it is ok? That question and more will be explored
Research shows 9 of 10 American confess Christianity as their religion of choice yet 1 in 6 Americans live in poverty. Keep in mind; we live in the land of opportunity. Able bodied adults are jobless, underemployed, hungry, homeless, sickly, and many are insane, fuctional and not. The average American would have to check several of the above boxes if listed on an application where personal information is a requirement. There is absolutely no reason for people in Americe to live under such conditions. For many in poverty, (45.3 million) work on jobs with stagnated wages and no benefits. Many companies employ Americans at almost slave wages; CEOs outsource American jobs; CEOs bring in citizens of other countries to work in jobs where Americans are being denied. CEOs and politicians say American workers are unskilled, and unable to produce the quality of labor required. Is this why you check so many boxes? these days? And our Veterans have all of the above and even more issues!
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
"Can't hear me? Got a banana in your ear?" If you remember this "joke" from when you were a kid, it's time to learn the truth about hearing loss, which is NOT a laughing matter for millions of people. According to Tim "The Hear Doctor" Frantz, MD, we typically begin to experience hearing loss as early as age 12. His book, Hearing Loss: Facts and Fiction: 7 Secrets to Better Hearing is an easy-to-read guide that busts myths about hearing health, testing and aid devices. Dr. Tim's experience and wisdom could help you and/or a loved one avoid the ramifications of poor hearing: relationship communication issues, lower earning power, social discomfort and more. www.TheHearDoc.com.
Nancy Saltzman is a "Radical Survivor" who beat cancer twice, and learned to live and love again after her husband and two sons perished in a small plane crash. Nancy wisely advises, "How you respond to loss will define you as a survivor or a victim." Learn her 3 techniques to help ensure you survive. Wondering how to express your condolences to help someone through a loss? Nancy says, "Make lasagna or at least write a condolence letter." She will also differentiate between the grief of a widow vs. a divorcée, and how to offer appropriate support to each. Her book is Radical Survivor: One Woman's Path Through Life, Love, and Uncharted Tragedy. www.nancysaltzman.com
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