Today on the show, now called “Indie Dreams,” I had the honor of chatting with the beautiful Jenie from Rockaway Queens, New York. Her spirit is so warm and vibrant and boy can she blow! I admit, I was a little nervous when beginning the interview, but she allowed me to be myself! She is definitely a natural. But with every show, I am growing and learning. … Continue reading Up-and-Coming Artist Jenie Talks About Her New Single, “Leave,” Her Fears in the Industry and What it Takes to be an Indie Artist.
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Google continues to expand by fostering an environment where all Googlers can thrive despite their skin color. It seems the company has chosen the perfect fit to lead its Black Community Engagement department, appointing Youth and Women’s Activist Valeisha Butterfield-Jones as its department head. Butterfield-Jones, married to NBA star Dahntay Jones, is The Co-Founder of The Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN), along with Lauren … Continue reading Valeisha Butterfield – Jones Named Head of Black Community Engagement for Google
Derek Volk, Maine businessman and now author, holds that day close to his heart. He was all set to finish his business book when something inside of him said “this isn’t my purpose.” He then devoted himself to a new journey that would encourage others. As he jotted down his most intimate feelings about raising Dylan, his son with Asperger’s Syndrome, they incorporated Dylan’s take … Continue reading Chasing The Rabbit: A Dad’s Story Of Raising A Son With Asperger’s Syndrome
Lori Day, educational psychologist, parenting coach and author, still believes it takes a village to raise a child. Additional support is vital in today’s overly sexualized culture, which pressures girls to grow up too fast, according to the author. Around 15 years ago, Day put her beliefs into action. Day and her daughter, Charlotte Kugler, spotted a post for mother-daughter book clubs in a local bookstore window, and instantly, the idea came to them. The two formed their first mother-daughter book … Continue reading Author Lori Day Tells How Moms Can Empower Their Girls Through Mother-Daughter Book Clubs
High school English teacher and mom Eileen Riley-Hall co’ taught autistic children in college summer camp and has worked with special needs students for over 25 years. However, she had never suspected her own daughters’ diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Continue reading Author Eileen Riley-Hall Shares Her Story: Parenting Girls on the Autism Spectrum
Dieting is literally a job. However, keeping track of calories is one of the most effective methods of weight loss, so why not keep a record of them electronically? MyNetDiary and MyFitnessPal:Calorie Counter apps are compatible with iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry. They are two of the popular calorie counting apps because of their simple and comprehensive features. Continue reading High-Tech Dieting Convenient For Life On The Go!