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Belly fat reduction with a healthy diet and proper exercise plus Summer travel tips discussed
Director of Travel Programs and Alliances for AAA, Inc., Glen MacDonell is the featured guest on The Strategy Sessions. He will discuss the best strategies for planning and maximizing your summer travel. He'll also highlight AAA alliances that could save you money, and enhance your travel experience. We'll cover staycations, solo travel, family excursions, and how to plan and execute large group travel to maximize the trip and have fun instead of stress. Tweet your questions LIVE @KesiStribling, or call into the show (805) 285-9841. Guest Bio: In his current role, Glen MacDonell is charged with the development and execution of the AAA Preferred Hotels® program which includes multi-channel marketing programs and the AAA rate program. Working with portfolio of leading hotel brands, the program generates more than $5 billion in annual hotel room revenue for preferred hotel partner brands. MacDonell also directs all phases of the corporate alliance between AAA and the Walt Disney Company, which includes exclusive benefit and onsite programs, consumer and travel agent sales programs, ticket programs, joint marketing partnerships, and a private labeled vacation package program. View more, including AAA resources: www.ksgsc.com/thestrategysessions.
This Sunday, July 22, 2012 on Partners in Health, join talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss new research that reveals cancer fighting foods to reduce our risks of getting 4 different types of cancer.
Also get your pen and paper ready to jot down some of the summer travel tips offered by Traveler's Insurance agency.
For upcoming health events and shows, visit the Partners in Health website.
Are you looking for something a bit different this year? You've done the mass vacation experience or you don't like crowds? Well you'll enjoy this show. We have two great guest speakers that represent a little something different for you to consider.
American Queen Steamboat company travels the rivers of Unites States. If you are a history buff and would like to see Antebelum South, or the great Pacific Passage then you will want to tune in for some great information on wonderful itineraries that are not for the masses. Hy Cooper Vice Western Vice President of Sales will wet our appetites to experience the history of the our wonderful nation's rivers.
Next, if you are a person that shys away from the large resorts of the masses, you like smaller more intimate hotels, with great service in exotic destinations do we have a speaker for you. Jessica Charles of St Lucia Crystals Hotel will call in to talk to us about her family run, romantic hideaway in St Lucia. She'll go into detail about the grounds, the romantic cottages and what sets them apart form their larger counterparts.
This will be a packed show with travel news, Fun Facts, and local fun and promotions!
Plus I'll give the details about our first Travel Pfest March 5th. Guess who's coming to Town!
It's Travel Time and There is No Better Time than Now!
Today World Footprints will talk travel; specifically international travel and study abroad programs with Yahoo! Travel's Paula Froelich. Our conversation follows an invitation to the White House to participate in a travel summit focused on encouraging more travel, voluntourism and study-abroad opportunities for Americans. Of course, as Yahoo! Travels editori-in-chief, Paula will share some of her recent travels, top destination picks and travel philosophy.
Then, take a stroll through history as we explore San Antonio, Texas. The city of San Antonio is one of the oldest European settlements in Texas and, for decades, its largest city. Thousands of years before the Spanish settlements began the city was populated by various cultures of indigenous people. Today, San Antonio is investing energy in preserving its cultural heritage and ecosystem for future generations to come. We will discover the development initiatives taking place in San Antonio and get an update on the city's possible inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Finally, everyone knows Orlando, Florida as the theme park capital of the world. However, we will discover another side of Orlando as we explore the Maitland Arts Center--the city's first National Historic Landmark.
in Self Help
Acclaimed travel writer Pico Iyer joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Show! Why might a lifelong traveler like Pico Iyer who has journeyed from Easter Island to Ethiopia, Cuba to Kathmandu, think that sitting quietly in a room might be the ultimate adventure? Because in our madly accelerating world, our lives are crowded, chaotic and noisy. There’s never been a greater need to slow down, tune out and give ourselves permission to be still.
Pico Iyer was born in England, to parents from India, and was educated at Eton, Oxford and Harvard. He began his career documenting a neglected aspect of travel -- the sometimes surreal disconnect between local tradition and imported global pop culture. He has written 12 books, exploring also the cultural consequences of isolation, whether writing about the exiled spiritual leaders of Tibet or the embargoed society of Cuba.
Pico’s latest focus is on another overlooked aspect of travel: how can it help us regain our sense of stillness and focus in a world where our devices and digital networks increasing distract us? He is also a contributor to many magazines, writer of screenplays and liner-notes and introductions to 40 other books. His newest book is, "The Art of Stillness." Visit http://picoiyerjourneys.com and watch Pico’s Ted Talk on the Art of Stillness.
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Regina Velez has over twenty years in the vacation/travel industry and will give great tips on saving dollars and finding the best deals. She has pulled a few tricks out of her hat to get clients all over the world better prices and hotels. Regina has experience in cruises and airlines and will give you important information that will save you time and stress.
Regina is a gormet cook and can give advice on food choice all over the world.
We experienced techincal difficulties during our January 13th program of the same topic. We have decided to tackle this topic again as it was amazing what came forth during the program even though it was sometimes difficult to hear the callers.
I am sure I will hear many say - yes- what the f_ck is going on in my relationships? There may be many feeling this way about personal or business relationships. How about you? Why is it so hard to find the relationship you deserve and desire? Why does a relationship go so well all of a sudden fall apart and end so quickly?
What about me, what is my responsibilty in the failure of the relationship? This is probably the hardest aspect of any relationship to address - taking responsibilty. No it is not all your fault, but how did you contribute to the demise.
These are just some of the questions and issues we will explore. We will not provide you with a cookbook to fix your relationship but will offer stimulating conversation that may help you complete the pieces of the puzzle of life's journey. We hope to have a special guest - Summer Bacon - to join the conversation.
Join in the conversation here on THE MAN CAVE FORUM by calling our toll-free number 877-257-6517.
The green canopies of the Fourth Coast Cafe jut out from the old brick building near the corner of Vine street and Westnedge avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The only twenty-four hour cafe in the city and, as far as I know, in the state is a social hub for a community of college students, alumni, free thinkers, and everyone else. It's a shining beacon of warmth and caffeine in even the darkest and coldest nights. The side door might be closed in the winter, but the front door is never locked.
As I enter through the glass door, the scent of coffee mingles with the smell of the street and the smoke of a couple on the sidewalk talking about politics, philosophy, and the latest additions to their record collections. To the right of the stairway, which leads up to the Crow's Nest restaurant, is another glass door which swings into the cafe. My ears are treated to snippets of conversations ranging from chess moves to stories of drunken debauchery. To my left, a barista turns on an industrial sized coffee grinder as another presses levers on a well used espresso machine, eliciting a low hiss as espresso fills a tiny metal cup. The place smells of old art, new coffee, fresh tea, and human energy. This coffee shop is where people come to meet with old friends and new minds. This is where they come to plan, and at times even create, new works of poetry, drawings, novels, and everything else which breaths life into life. This place is the living breath of Kalamazoo.
I add a little sugar to my drink and fall in love with the dull clank of the spoon against the thick walls of the tall glass cups the cafe uses. I look around and see that my usual table, in the center of the room, is taken, so I make my way to the bar stools and take a seat there. The chairs are surprisingly comfortable for being simple wooden seats. It's clear that the cafe knows well that people come here to stay for long periods at a time.
Welcome, welcome, welcome!!! Happy Tuesday, everybody, we welcome you to O.U.R. Advice Talk Show, where we also welcome your interaction, so please bring your topics, issues, whatever you need to get off of your chest. Other than that, you'll get your health tips, your positive quotes, and whatever else Spirit leads us to bring to you.
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