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On today's show we will visit woith Eileen Proctor of Top Dog Marketing and the author of forth comming eBook, "Furvently Speaking." We will be introducing her new show of the same name on the Boomer and The Babe Network.
Eileen is recognized pet and animal expert and has long been involved in causes that advocate for pets. She has been involved in pet rescue projects for many years.
Eileen is a well known and sought after keynote speaker and we are pleased to have her as a host on the Boomer and The Babe Network and a guest on the Boomer and The Babe Show.
This show promises to be a lively and entertaining program as we welcome Eileen to the Boomer and The Babe family.
Joe Wenke is a writer, social critic and LGBTQ rights activist. He is the founder and publisher of Trans Uber, a publishing company with a focus on promoting LGBTQ rights, free thought and equality for all people. In addiont to “The Talk Show,” Wenke is the author of MAILER’S AMERICA, YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING! A Radical Satire of the Bible, PAPAL BULL: An Ex-Catholic Calls Out the Catholic Church, LOOKING FOR POTHOLES: Poems, and THE HUMAN AGENDA: Conversations about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (January 2015). Wenke received a B.A. in English from the University of Notre Dame, an M.A. in English from Penn State and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Connecticut. He is a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post.
Steeped in the seamy underbelly of New York City, The Talk Show by Joe Wenke is a fast-paced and sarcastically funny thriller that examines how the forces of skepticism and negativity threaten our yearning for love, family and acceptance.
“The Talk Show” follows polarizing television personality Abraham Lincoln Jones (think gay-male outrageous version of Oprah), who finds himself disappointed in his medium’s inability to connet with viewers, and takes his show on the road. His “Emancipation Tour” puts him and pal Winthrop in the crosshairs of a racist, psychopathic killer -- let the dark, humorous thrills begin. -- Philadelphia Gay News
It took a long time to pull it off, but by the time Tom Fabbri was 28 heI had made every life altering mistake a person could make. He drank too much, moved onto drugs, ruined a marriage, went bankrupt, went homeless, and finally ended up in jail. Looking up from that cold, hard place at the bottom – Tom decided to fix the life he had ruined. He had wasted his last minute and set out with purpose to become the person he should have been all along.
Since then Tom hasachieved every goal that he set. He became a Captain for a major airline as well as a Helicopter Pilot. HeI graduated from culinary school, had a TV gig as a guest chef, became a certified personal trainer, and a columnist for a fitness magazine. The formula was simple; if he wanted to do something, heI decided to do it….and then did it. It worked every time but it was only after fixing his life that Tom realized exactly how he had ruined it to begin with.
At 52 Tom is taking that wisdom with him on another life journey. Learn about Tom's newest journey on today's Boomer and The Babe Show. It promises to be an adventure.
Terri Benincasa is a nationally known expert in all things Boomer (and quite a proud Boomer...).
She has a terestrial radio show on Sundays in the Tampa Bay area.
Terri's show can be heard onWGUL 860 AM and WLSS 930 AM on also Live Streaming on the web
Join us for what should be an enjoyable visit.
We each carry a gift within us - the gift of life. It is the one donation you can give to make renewed life possible for countless others all over the world. At Science Care, the need for your whole body donation is more important than ever. With the world changing around us every day, the rising advancements in medical technologies are endless. As an alternative to cremation or funerals, your no-cost donation provides enormous benefits to medical research, training and professional education for a brighter future for all.
Our guest today, Kristin Mehrnia, brings the information of whole body donation , what it means to society, the families of the deceased and how it provides for advancements in medicine and treatment.
Join us for what promises to be an interesting and thought provoking conversation.
Our guest Gloria Feldt is the author of NO EXCUSES: 9 Ways Women Can Change the Way They Think About Power (Seal Press; March 2012) in which she analyzes why women resist the power in their hands and provides practical “power tools” to inspire, and move women beyond self-imposed barriers. Cynthia Leive, editor-in-chief of Glamour magazine, said: “Feldt is one of the most motivating women in America, period.
Will women seize the golden moment that lies before them? The last time women’s political opportunities were so ripe was 1992 – which was also the last time a presidential election year overlapped redistricting. The result was women winning 22 of 24 open congressional seats—an event that was dubbed, The Year of the Woman.
The only thing that will keep women from making the most of this latest opportunity is themselves, says Gloria Feldt, a nationally renowned expert on leadership and women’s relationship to power. “Women have everything they need to achieve parity from the boardroom to the ballot box to the bedroom. What stops them now is their own relation to power,” she says.
Feldt was named one of America’s Top 200 Women Leaders, Legends and Trailblazers by Vanity Fair and Woman of the Year by Glamour. The former CEO of Planned Parenthood, Feldt teaches “Women, Power and Leadership” at Arizona State University and was called “the voice of experience” by People magazine. She has been widely quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today and has appeared on The Daily Show, the Today Show and Good Morning America and on MSNBC, CNN and FOX.
Jane Stanfield is a boomer, author and speaker. Her passion is travel, volunteering and helping boomers figure how how to combine their passions with volunteering while they travel.
Jane was privileged to travel around the world in one year and volunteer in 8 countries. "From working with orphans, teaching English, helping on a archaeological dig, to working with the rehabilitating seven different species of wildlife, there are so many ways you can travel and give back at the same time", Jane says. "They are as addicting as a potato chip. But once you have gone on one, you will look at travel in a totally different light".
Learn first hand about how you can join the efforts of voulunteers aroaund the world and travel for enjoyment as well.
I took my around the world trip for one year after the death of a parent. At 45, I had watched two important people leave things until too late. I was determined to not look back at the end of my life wishing I had done something. My mantra is now, "If not now, when?"
Lemons and Lavender
The Eco Guide to Better Homekeeping
By Billee Sharp
Hundreds of Ideas for Healthy, Happy and Fabulously Frugal Homekeeping
Bursting with ways to downshift, simplify, preserve resources, and honor the planet, Lemons and Lavender will give you tools to reclaim a purer, tastier, healthier and less expensive way of life. Sharp shares her radical common sense and revolutionary "freeconomics" approach to budgeting in this step-by-step guide to the good life.
Creative ideas inside Lemons and Lavender:
• Garden-to-table recipes for every meal
• Eco-deco ideas for furnishing your home
• Recipes for nontoxic cleaners, house paint and more
• Start a seed sharing garden with your neighbors
• Grow your own cup of delicious herbal tea
• Learn to use organic sea salts, skin scrubs and detox bath therapies
Billee Sharp was born and raised in a little village in Dorset, England, where she spent a lot of time at the garden gate waving to passersby. She studied anthropology and ancient history at University College London. Billee went on to style herself a career as a contemporary art curator and gallerist. Working with Damien Hirst and others, she opened Building One, a huge gallery in an old biscuit factory, and mounted a series of group shows which contributed to the emergence of the YBAs. Quickly disenchanted with the art world, she turned her interest to the underground house music scene flourishing in London. Not long afterward, Billee moved to California. In 1993, she took up residence in San Francisco and started both a family and record label with Scotsman Jonah Sharp, a pioneering electronic musician. The birthplace of counterculture has been a wellspring of inspiration for her life and her creative writing.
Our guest today is Lynn Edgington.
Prior to forming Eagle Research Associates in 2008, Lynn’s qualifications consist of having over 20 years of Insurance, Financial Services, Banking, and Mortgage Lending experience,
He has over 20 years of business consulting and management training experience. Prior to forming Eagle, he spent four years researching Internet investment Ponzi scams learning how they operate, discovering the lack of investment knowledge of the public, and the problems facing law enforcement in dealing with the explosion of Internet investment fraud.
Lynn is the author of: “Robbing You With A Keyboard Instead Of A Gun – Cyber Crime HowThey Do It.” which is available on Amazon.com
Lynn is a guest lecturer at: Westwood College School of Criminal Justice, and ITT Tech School of Criminal Justice. He is a guest columnist for the OC Register. As the expert in cyber crime.
He is a regular interview guest on the Frank Pastore Radio Show, KKLA-FM, and the Kathryn Raaker “Let’s Just Talk” Radio Show in Cincinnati.
He is a graduate of Ball State University with a BS Degree majoring in Business Administration and Political Science.
Imagine being connected to an infinite source of loving energy and feeling whole, happy and content. Susyn Reeve contends that all of us have a wellspring of limitless creativity and drive within to achieve that sense of fulfillment. In THE INSPIRED LIFE: Unleashing your Mind’s Capacity for Joy, publishing in November by Viva Editions, Reeve, with Joan Breiner, offers proven tools to access your inspiration, no matter how deeply buried.
Directed to those of us who need a push to open our minds and hearts to the vast creative potential and possibility alive in each moment, THE INSPIRED LIFE urges readers to wake up from the trance of life on automatic and appreciate what they do have.
The book reframes breakdowns as stepping-stones to breakthroughs, with inspiring stories and quotes, practices and exercises to access the power of your mind to live a life truly guided by your gifts.
USE YOUR WORDS: A Writing Guide for Mothers by Kate Hopper is the first book to focus on the craft of writing using motherhood as the lens. According to an October 2010 article in Ad Age, there are 3.9 million mommy bloggers. Unlike other writing guides for mother writers that focus on journaling or how to fit writing into a busy life, USE YOUR WORDS is a writing workshop between covers. Each chapter contains a lecture, a published essay by a contributing writer, and exercises that will serve as jumping-off points for the readers’ own writing.
When award-winning writer Kate Hopper began writing about what she felt was the central experience of her life, motherhood, she found that some people weren’t taking her writing seriously. Through her years of blogging and teaching, Hopper discovered that mothers crafting memoirs and essays deal with issues of identity, loss and longing, neurosis and fear, ambivalence and joy. She found stories of transformation in how the authors see themselves in relation to the world in which they live. As she says in her introduction, “Last time I checked this was the stuff of which real literature was made.”
Together, the chapters of USE YOUR WORDS teach the skills beginning mother writers as well as more advanced writers to hone their ability and turn their motherhood stories into art.
Maria Taddis a freelance medical writer. Her writing covers a broad spectrum including promotional materials for the pharmaceutical industry and the professional medical community, articles on spirituality and holistic health, haiku poems, a book on elder care, book chapters highlighting the use of supplements to prevent and treat diseases, interviews and book reviews. A graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture and a life-long student of holistic health, meditation and nutrition, she has a unique understanding of how to merge Eastern and Western perspectives. Maria's knowledge of medications, herbs and supplements helped keep her mother healthy for decades until her death at age 95.
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