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    Ep. 72 How to Lose or Maintain Weight Through the Holidays, Kelly & Kim Join In

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    Ep. 72  How to Lose or Maintain Weight Through the Holidays, Kelly & Kim Join In  Join Julie as she interviews the Sensational Youtube Twins, Kelly & Kim of The Skinny on Weight Loss Channel. These girls have lost a total of over 185 pounds!  Julie Tussey’s Skinny (5 Minute Gluten Free) Cheesecake Ingredients: 2-8 oz Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Low Fat or Fat Free 2 Eggs, ½ cup of Baking Splenda or Sweetener, or Sugar 1 cup of Low Fat or Fat Free Sour Cream Mix all on high until well mixed (except sour cream). Pour into sprayed or buttered pie plate. Smooth and Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until a skin develops on the top. Immediately spread 1 cup of Sour Cream on the top, and cool.
    Pumpkin Pie Without Crust Ingredients: 1 can of pumpkin, 1 cup fat free milk or Kroger carbmaster milk 1 whole egg, 1 egg white, 3/4 cup of Swerve sweetener or Splenda, 1 tsp vanilla 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, 1/4 tsp nutmeg 1/4 tsp cloves
    Mix all and bake in a pie tin or plate at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes. 3sp for the whole pie and 1sp for ¼ With Crust, Bake in a frozen pie crust (not deep dish) for 50-55 minutes.  Cut into 6 slices and it's 6sp per slice.
    Grammy's Stuffing (easiest stuffing ever and light) Ingredients:  2 pkg Pepperidge Farm herb seasoned bread crumbs 1 Large yellow onion, 1 Bundle of celery Sage to taste, Salt to taste, Turkey broth - 2 cups to start add more if needed Should go into the oven moist so it doesn't dry out while baking Cut celery and onions and cook down in water until soft and drain. Add to bread crumbs with 2 cups of turkey broth. If more is need add. Add sage and salt to taste then bake at 350 until brown. Usually about 30 minutes. 3/4 cup 4sp
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  • 00:29

    From Bench to Business: The Career Journey of the Scientist

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    The HBA is a global nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and organizations from across the healthcare industry committed to:
    achieving gender parity in leadership positions facilitating career and business connections  AND providing effective practices that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their female talent Our program series, titled Career Transitions - Moving From  A to Z with Success and Purpose supports this mission by exploring REAL career journeys and sharing key learnings from our HBA members.   
    Our discussion today is titled, “FROM BENCH TO BUSINESS”- the career journey of the scientist.  Today I have the pleasure of exploring this topic with two, outstanding, long term HBA volunteer leaders, Dr. Jean Chow and Dr. Linda Brock to hear the specific challenges of women entering STEM careers.

  • 01:00

    Learning Well with guest Dr. Wendy Warner - How to Boost Your Immunity

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    Join host Elise Marquam Jahns as she chats with Dr. Wendy Warner, founder of Medicine in Balance--a collaborative holistic medical practice in suburban Philadelphia--a leader in integrative holistic medicine, and co-author of Boosting Your Immunity for Dummies.
    Dr. Warner is a sought after lecturer in holistic medicine, covering subjects as varied as women's health, botanical medicine and immune function. She has served on the board of directors of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine and has been on their core teaching faculty for more than 10 years. Dr. Warner has appeared on The Doctor Oz Show discussing the use of Functional Medicine to balance hormones. She has also been featured in various publications including Ladies Home Journal, Whole Living, and Yoga Journal.
    To learn more, visit MedicineInBalance.com.
     
    Learning Well is sponsored by the Integrative Health Education Center of Normandale Community College.
     
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  • 01:01

    Co-parenting

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    Does co-parenting work? How are children affected when parents are separated? Do children act differently in school when parents are not together? Tune in tonight at 9:00 pm to hear this topic in detail and call in to give your input.  

  • 00:35

    Increase Confidence and Mirroring Behavior

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    There is a great quote, if you think you can or your can’t you are right. In parenting this goes even further. If you tell your daughter she can be anything and do anything if she puts her mind to it, my first question to you is are you LIVING this truth? The reality is and science shows us that it doesn’t matter what we SAY to girls is what we DO! So if we truly want girls to believe this we need to make darn sure we are modeling this behavior and this applies to all aspects of parenting. 

  • 00:31

    Be The Amazing Woman God Created You To Be: Interview With Christine Vartanian

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    Seeing yourself the way God does is the key to living the way He wants you to live. Remember that in God’s eyes, you’re an amazing woman. But the question is: do you feel amazing yourself?
    In this episode, we take a step higher and add dressing for success (aka having a stylist) as part of self-care for biz owners.  
    Your professional wardrobe style is like your very own visual business card.  It speaks for you even when you are not speaking. But have you ever really thought about what your wardrobe is saying about you and your brand?
    Many of us think that personal stylists or image consultants only work with celebrities and that there’s no way an average person could afford one. But did you know that having one can actually save you precious time and money?
    Christine Vartanian, stylist and founder of jade. for all seasons, shares styling tips every female solopreneur must know to up their game, look and feel amazing and be the dignified woman God created you to be.
     

  • 01:05

    LGBTQ Pregnancy, Birth & Doulas - Discussion With Morgane Richardson!

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    2017, birth givers are demanding more in pregnancy and birth; and rightfully so. This
    support goes way beyond a pronoun or an acronym. It’s time to have the conversation
    here on Awake in Birth. Please join Denise Bolds host and producer of Awake in Birth as
    we welcome special guest Morgane Richardson; LGBTQ educator, advocate, and doula
    extrodinare! Morgane has an amazing journey called her life:
    Director & Birth Doula (Tier 6) at NYC Doula Collective.
    Former Community Engagement Manager at Choices in Childbirth.
    Studied Gender and Peace Building at United Nations University for Peace.
    Studied Sociology & Anthropology, she lives in Brooklyn, New York, happily married! :)
    I can’t think of anyone better to have this conversation and enlightenment with! 
    If you are a birth worker, you NEED to get a pen, paper and BE AWAKE!
     
    Morgane can be reached at: Morgane Veronique Richardson M.A., CD(DONA)
    Tier 6 Doula & Director-Elect, NYC Doula Collective
    Website: http://MorganeRichardsonDoula.com  Phone: 347.534.8693
     
    Denise Bolds is Bold Doula. She can be reached at: www.BoldDoula.com
    denisebolds@gmail.com 845-797-4177 Please follow Bold Doula on Facebook,
    Twitter & Instagram! Follow Denise Bolds right here on blogtalk radio!
     
     
     
     

  • 00:34

    7 Habits of Highly Effective People

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    Join Dawn in an interview with Melissa Boggs as they talk about The 7 Habits that will change your life.

  • 02:01

    HEALTH AND WELLNESS WITH VIYAHTA: Pt. 2 with Michelle Sloan

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    Your host, Viyahta welcomes back Michelle Sloan,  to share her amazing healing from major illness. 
    Born and raised in Atlantic City, NJ, 6 year Army Veteran, mother of 5 and grandmother of 13!!  She calls herself an "Apostle chosen and ordained by God.....walking in the Spiritual Gifts of a Seer, Healing and Miracles and Discernment.  She'll also share "the Joy of knowing your worth (Your Gifts) and the Healing affects your gifts bring to mankind and the earth.

  • 00:30

    Advocacy Continues with guests Deon Avery, Tish Coleman and Shauntae Scott

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    We are excited this week to have as our special guests Shatuntae Hudson Scott, Founder and CEO of A Walk in My Shoes, LLC, Tish Coleman of  Kingdom Way Ministriess and Deon Avery, Founder of Behind The Mask Ministries, LLC as we continue to share the importance of domestic violence advocacy. 
    Alarming statistics indicate that, as you read this short sentence, a woman has become the victim of assault. According to the Partnership Against Domestic Violence, every 9 seconds, another woman in the U.S. is beaten.  It's these startling statistics and others that drive us to continuing to speak out against DV and support those who have been victims. 
    Join us in this empowering conversation by dialing 323-927-3014 or using the attached link.  

  • 00:58

    How to Tell a Great Story

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    Learn how to tell a great story from the best of the best, guest Cecil Murphey!
    Veteran author Cecil (Cec) Murphey has written or co-written more than 135 books, including the New York Times bestseller 90 Minutes in Heaven (with Don Piper) and Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story (with Dr. Ben Carson). His books have sold in the millions and have brought hope and encouragement to countless people around the world.
    Cec stays busy as a professional writer and travels extensively to speak on topics such as writing, spiritual growth, caregiving, significant living, sexual abuse, and recovery.
    Prior to launching his career as a full-time writer and speaker, Cec served as pastor in Metro Atlanta, as a volunteer hospital chaplain for ten years, and was a missionary in Kenya for six.
    Learn more at http://www.CecilMurphey.com
     

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