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Meet Raychel Kubby Adler on Tinsel Town Live @tweet4wellness

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by & filed under Books, Everything Miz Meliz, Interview, Life Coaching, Tinsel Town Live 2016

Interview with Raychel Kubby Adler author of Life in Asymmetry @tweet4wellness

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Raychel Kubby Adler

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 6:00 PM Pacific Time

Join me for an interview with the inspiring Raychel Kubby Adler, as she shares her story with me on Tinsel Town Live.

Raychel loves to swim, see live music, exercise, play with her kids and family, enjoy time with friends, read, dance, laugh and live a hopeful life.

lia-cover-picI am looking forward to talking with her a bit about her recently published memoir, Life in Asymmetry, which is about her experience living with genetic breast cancer.

Raychel has a masters degree in Public Health and has been a health educator since 2000.  She is a certified Wellness Coach and fitness instructor and loves to talk about how to live life to the fullest. (My kind of gal!)

Let me know if you have aby questions for Raychel about:

  • health/wellness
  • genetic cancer
  • living a hopeful life
  • parenting
  • breast cancer “previving”

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Connect with Raychel Here:

Web          www.raychelkubbyadler.com

Tweet        @tweet4wellness

Instgrama          @choicepointwellness

Facebook   RaychelKubbyAdler.Writer

In “Life in Asymmetry,” author Raychel Kubby Adler educates women on the steps they can take to prevent or overcome breast cancer, especially if they have rare genetic mutations. Kubby Adler uses personal experiences, scientific research and genetic science to show what happens when your genes make you highly susceptible to breast cancer and other diseases.
Kubby Adler is the holder of the BRCA2 gene mutation, “previvor” of cancer and spends much of her professional and personal life researching health risks and educating the population about them.

Talking Travel with a Purpose in Tanzania with Ruth Curran @CaptCruncher

Posted on December 6th, 2016 by & filed under Be Inspired, Everything Miz Meliz, Intentional, Mindfulness Guidance and Coaching, Tinsel Town Live 2016

Ruth Curran, MS

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 6:00 PM Pacific Time

If you ask Ruth what she likes to do when she is not working, traveling, or stretching her brain muscles, she will say, “I like to hike, eat, and laugh.”

I would say she likes to express her desire to make the world a better place and that she is deep and inspiring beyond belief. Whenever I am blessed with the opportunity to connect with and listen to her, Ruth carries me with her to a distant peaceful place with her words, caring eyes, and beautiful smile.

I’ve never met anyone so humble and insightful. Well, perhaps I have, but I have never met anyone quite like Ruth and I don’t know how else to describe her. Come with me on a journey, and let’s see what she will tell us on Tinsel Town Live…

zebras-looking-e1470943798692If you ask me about my trip to Africa don’t be surprised if I tell you about the elephants, the hippos, the giraffes, the crocodiles, the zebras, the great kudus, the lioness I saw in the distance and so many cool birds and the spectacular trees.”

I went on a trip to Tanzania with Global Volunteers to help explore a program that has the potential to curb stunting and change the world.

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“Happiness and fulfillment are not that straight forward. I am not sure we can make blanket statements – circumstances alone don’t necessary translate to feeling happy and fulfilled.” ~Ruth Curran on her inspirations from Tanzania

We will talk about her mission in life, her feelings about what she calls, “purposeful travel,” her experiences in volunteering, and of course, her passion for brain development.

 

Check out Ruth’s website and social media connections here:     craniumcrunches.com

Interview with Jeanna Doyle Author of Wig Ed on Tinsel Town Live @tenminitt

Posted on December 5th, 2016 by & filed under Everything Miz Meliz, Tinsel Town Live 2016

Interview with Style Expert Jeanna Doyle Author of Wig Ed

The holidays are a wonderful and joyous time to reconnect with friends and family but all those holiday gatherings can put enormous pressure on women to look their best. The good news is the holidays are also a great time to experiment with new hairstyles, stylish and trendy wigs, and camera-ready holiday inspired makeup.
Wig expert and veteran makeup artist Jeanna Doyle will be my featured guest to wow us with her tips and tricks for slaying the holiday season. She will show us how to be awesome by playing around with our personal style as well as:
  • Gorgeous cosmetic gifts to buy for women who are looking to expand their hair and makeup collection
  • How to buy a stylish and realistic wig, on any budget
  • Upcoming 2017 beauty trends – and how to make them your own
  • Specific hair and makeup tips for women who are going through chemotherapy
  • Advice for how to support women going through cancer treatments during the holiday season
We will also discuss her high-end stunning new book, Wig ED: What To Look For When Looking For a Wig.
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Jeanna Doyle has worked in both medical and advertising settings as a licensed cosmetologist and a medical aesthetic provider. She has advanced training in oncology esthetics, skincare and corrective makeup.

Jeanna’s work has led her from Vegas to Venice, and many places in-between. She works with actors and athletes, models and musicians, patients and politicians, as well as a former president and first lady of the United States.

In 2013, Jeanna started Suite HOPE (Helping Oncology Patients Esthetically) – a 501c3 nonprofit – to help women with the appearance related side effects of cancer treatment. Additionally, Jeanna has developed the HOPE Method – the first internationally-recognized corrective makeup training approved by the International Society of Oncology Estheticians.

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Jeanna contributes corrective makeup and beauty articles for both medical and beauty industry giants. She also gives talks, often with live demos, for cancer patients, career-oriented women, and professionals in the beauty industry.

Interview with Find Your Truth Author Lou Redmond @LouSpeaksTruth @TenMiniTT

Posted on December 4th, 2016 by & filed under Connecting People, Everything Miz Meliz, Interview, Mindfulness Guidance and Coaching, Tinsel Town Live 2016, Travel

Tinsel Town Live featuring Lou Redmond @louspeakstruth

December 4 @ 8:00 am

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Meet Lou Redmond

I was so looking forward to meeting this fascinating and inspiring man! Our values are aligned and I always find it remarkable when someone has an awakening at a young age. Any age younger than me is young, okay! We all have the propensity to learn these lessons if we pay attention. I believe that Lou is an inspiration because he listened. He reacted. He acted. Look at him now!

“I do yoga, read, and travel. This past 18 months I’ve been to 3 countries on travel retreats that focus on volunteering and adventure.I’m currently working on finishing up my book project. It tells the story of my personal transformation and how I quit my 9-5 to pursue my passion. I’m also very passionate about meditation and working on creating ways to help people in their practice and promote it’s benefits.”

Find Your Truth

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Instagram: @louspeakstruth

Youtube: Lou Redmond

Email: Lou@louredmondcom

Interview with Body Punishment Author Maggie Simone @maggieLsimone

Posted on November 29th, 2016 by & filed under Books, Everything Miz Meliz, Mindfulness Guidance and Coaching, Tinsel Town Live 2016

Tinsel Town Live Interview with Maggie Lamond Simone https://smiletime.com/channel/mizmeliz #onSmiletime

Meet Maggie Lamond Simone

Facebook Live: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:00 PM Pacific Time

Mental health awareness, shame, stigma…who wants to talk about that? Well, I do. Maggie does. And we should be talking about it because people are dying in our country. Our kids are dying and they need our help.

“I’d like to talk about the silence and stigma surrounding mental health issues, illustrated on an adult level in my book, “Body Punishment,” and on a younger level by my 15-year-old daughter, who has OCD and severe anxiety and talks to younger kids about it.” Says Maggie Lamond Simone.

We will also talk about what is next for Simone. Maggie is already beginning her next project, which will be a collection of essays written by teens with mental health issues for their peers.

Maggie Lamond Simone is an award-winning columnist and author. With two titles already to her name, her third book, Body Punishment: OCD, Addiction and Finding the Courage to Heal (Central Recovery Press) was released in April 2015. It traces Simone’s journey struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, and depression. Her writing has been featured in multiple publications and collections, including Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Zen of Midlife Mothering(2013), Not Your Mother’s Book on Do-It-Yourselfers (2013), P.S. What I Didn’t Say (2009), and Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Resolution (2008).  Simone has been a guest on NPR and is a regular blog columnist for the Huffington Post. An an adjunct professor in the department of communications at SUNY Oswego and Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, she lives in Central New York with her husband and two children.
For as long as she can recall, Maggie Lamond Simone has been plagued by self-loathing and urges to harm herself physically while emotionally sabotaging her life. In Body Punishment:  OCD, Addiction and Finding the Courage to Heal (Central Recovery Press, April 2015), she reveals it all. The obsessive thoughts that drove her to cut, starve, pick, drink, pluck, purge, and otherwise hurt herself. The profound shame, the utter despair and the confusion over her own inner workings that prevented her from establishing stable, long-term goals and healthy relationships.  Through this poignant story of her painful, eye-opening journey she explores the issues of substance abuse, anxiety, and depression that commonly occur with OCD, all in an effort to further the dialogue around mental illness and eliminate the shame and help others find a way forward toward healing.

Connect with Maggie here:

www.maggielamondsimone.com

http://www.Facebook.com/maggielamondsimone2

Twitter @maggielsimone

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