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Join Friendly Plastic Radio with Host Linda Peterson and Guest Jen Lowe as they talk about their Marathon of adventures with Friendly Plastic sticks, Pellets and metal clay. Dawn Sandoe from Amaco will also join in and give us an inside scoop on what she finds at CHA - The International Craft & Hobby Association trade show going on now in Orlando, Florida. Who know's maybe a couple of other mystery guests too! We'll even chat to answer your questions. So have fun with us...and GET INSPIRED!
Situation at hand, lack of response to call out, theorists, pot stirrers, family, friends, associates, communication and more....the mash up is serious & we are going to get into it with a limited amount of time. I "challenge" all to come out of hiding and speak on any of the above....
This week your Host, Fayola Delica will be discussing what the Holiday season should be about. The question we will be answering is "so what is in it for them this holiday season?"
As we are in full gear in the holiday season, knowing right after Halloween, people get ready for the winter holiday seasons. There are many celebrating various holidays from Hanukkah, Kwanza, and Christmas. During this season people send time with family and friends, put up holiday decorations, and buy gifts for their loved ones. Yet, the holiday should be more than just that. It should be about how do we share the holiday cheer with others who are less fortunate to do the traditional holiday fixings and celebrations. Therefore, I will be about the Christmas Challenge.
Let us not just think about ourselves, but about others. So, the Christmas Challenge is for every gift you receive, you give one to someone in need.
On that note, be a giver and not just a receiver!
Happy Holidays to you and yours. Peace and blessings!
This topic is sure to rattle some cages...
If you're an active user of social media, then we're sure you've seen the pictures of celebrities such as, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, Renee Zelweger, and now the video of Lil' Kim, floating around. These pictures and videos show the extreme changes that have been made to their appearances by way of plastic surgery.
Based on some of the posts on social media, some feel that it is a person's right to make any change in their appearance, while other's feel that it sends the wrong message to those who look up these celebrities as their actions display self-mutilation.
Well on this episode, we're going to delve into the underlying reasons why some may take such drastic measures to change their appearance. And we're asking if there is something more to these radical actions.
Join us on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, at 9pm PST/ 11pm CST/ 12 Midnight.
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Did you participate in the 52 Week Savings Challenge? Call in and share your experience. Did you use your savings for Christmas Shopping or did an emergency come up?
What challenges will you try in 2015?
What made this easy or difficult?
Join me and my panel as we recap the international friendly between the USA & Colombia as the match will be played at the Craven Cottage which is the home of Fulham Football Club of the Championship League of England.
With women influencing 80% of buying decisions, purchasing 50% of new cars and 48% of used cars it’s no wonder that the automotive industry is taking notice. Smart automotive businesses are reaching out to this fast growing market with initiatives aimed at attracting the attention of female shoppers. By creating family-friendly environments, re-positioning their brands and developing programs designed to understand and accommodate the needs of women, automotive companies can build establishments that not only appeal to women but to all consumers. This week's show speaks to strategies and techniques on ways to build woman friendly auto businesses.
What in the world is Project 10 and The Project 10 CHALLENGE? Why are so many seeing results? (www.results.vi.com) Losing weight, building muscle, getting that long lost ENERGY back, all while driving a FREE BMW and earning extra money!!! There has never been a better time to start YOUR JOURNEY to better health!!!! Hear from those have starting and how they have had SUCCESS with ViSalus and The Project 10 Challenge!!! I CHALLENGE YOU!!!!!
Environmental Awareness: Plastic Pollution in Australia with Elizabeth Beaumont
Elizabeth has worked as a Liver Intensive Care Nurse and has returned to her studies, this time in the area of Sustainability at University of Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia. During a merging of two assignments that concerned water extraction for the bottled water industry and the ingestment of plastics by sea mammals and birds she decided to approach the senior management of the university and make formal presentations to phase out and subsequently ban the sale of water housed in Polyethylene terephthalate at the University. She was successful making her uni the 1st in Queensland and only the 2nd in Australia to ban the sale of water in P.E .T. This will result in a massive reduction of carbon emissions. The university has installed 3 ProAcqua machines the greatest innovation of water vends that ever have been invented. In 2014 she travelled to Cambodia with the University and was asked by the Minister of Tourism to advise on plastic pollution there. Her work to communicate the dangers of this issue has been enhanced by her steady efforts to connect with other interested people including, experts in the broad field of plastic pollution. She actively picks up plastic pollution and volunteers for the Two Hand Project and applauds anyone who picks up plastics. She has for 30 years actively practiced Nichiren Buddhism. Together with her family, Elizabeth enjoys life on a Land for Wildlife property where marsupials, birds and aquatic life live freely in the Hinterland of South East Queensland.
To contact Elizabeth email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
What Does Having A Life Threatening Illness /Disease Force A Person To Challenge, Learn And Overcome?
Debbie Berkelhammer (www.debbieberkelhammer.com ) is Author of the new book "Point of View: POV on Dying and Living." She is available to share her insight with your audience.
Debbie overcame a life threatening disease and hopes to help other in a similar situation emerge victorious as well.
Debbie Berkelhammer POV
· Once you are diagnosed with an illness or disease, who you are and your path is forever changed. It’s how you move forward that will define this new life.
· There are many challenges, these challenges are not just in the beginning of being diagnosed but rather each day moving forward, especially if you are diagnosed with an illness that could reoccur.
· I look at illness as steps to overcome, denial, fear, anger, weakness, aggression, hopelessness, acceptance, hopefulness, strength, faith, hope, truth and gratefulness and trust. Each one of these steps plays a role in your illness and how you move forward and live your life. But sometimes, losing footing happens and you have to start over with the steps and have the hope and strength to know you will get better.
· I have learned to accept my illness and that i can not live with "what if", i have to live with the thought I will. I will live, and I will thrive.