RadioWrap-Up.7.27.18: The Artist of Your Life

inspiration for womenAre you writing the script for your life, or is someone doing it for you? Adria Firestone thought she was having the best life – success, travel, love and more. It was all good until the day she crashed and burned. We’re talking about her journey back and how she decided to become the artist of her life – and how you can too.
Adria is Speaker & coach. She had an award winning international career in opera and music theater and  became a life and career coach about a dozen years ago. Adria’s passion is to empower women personally and professionally. You can learn more about her here: Adria Firestone
You can find her book on amazon.com: You are the Artist of Your Life. Here’s Adria Firestone talking about #METOO
If you are interested in her special offer, you can go here: Adria’s Special Offer

  • Tonight’s Blood Moon info. Here are two articles: Space.com and CNN
  • Here’s a clip from the Fox News show Objectified

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RadioWrapUp: Breast Cancer Awareness

AnnmarieKelly.WCBM..webOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so I invited Marnie Rustemeyer to join us. She was diagnosed while she was working on Wall Street. The diagnosis changed her life. Her story is a good one and it led her to something completely different: The Billow Pillow.
Happy Hour Listeners can get a 10% discount when you purchase the Billow Pillow using the promo code: Victorious1
Author Doreen McGettigan joined me for some Chick Chat about what we learn in midlife and also about what’s going on with her newest book. Check her out: Doreen McGettigan
I talked about yesterday’s Women on the Move luncheon by Main Line Today Magazine. If you want to see who is among the 23 women chosen this year, check it out here: Women of Influence
At the event, Dr. Marissa Weiss had a conversation with NBC10’s Tracy Davidson about breast cancer. Both women are breast cancer survivors. I talked about Dr. Weiss’ and her focus on diet. She has an interesting slide show about it: Think Pink and Eat Green.
Also, here’s are links to the report about Olive Oil and breast cancer: WebMD and the new breast cancer screening guidelines.
Finally, if you’re looking for something to do locally, take a look here: Brandywine Valley
It was Sheryl Crow whom I quoted this week. After breaking up with Lance Armstrong and, shortly afterward, being diagnosed with breast cancer, she said,

“The only person who can save you is you.

That was going to be the thing that informed the rest of my life.”

 That’s good advice for all of us!

RadioWrap-Up: Selling on eBay

AnnmarieKelly.WCBM_..web_-150x120eBay expert Kathy Terrill shares e-Commerce Tips at Happy Hour

Kathy Terrill had good tips for making money on your old stuff or starting a business with your own products. And Kathy has a great offer for you. She’ll give Friday Happy Hour listeners a special 30 minute coaching to help you set up and or develop you online business for $30. You can take advantage of her special offer on her website: www.ilovetobeselling.com
I talked about the Pope’s visit, including what I thought about his speeches to Congress and the UN. I referenced an article in the Washington Post about the Pope’s trip to Philly. If you’re interested, here it is: Washington Post
I talked about heart attack and, especially pesky for midlife women, the silent heart attack. Here are two links that you might was to look at:

And, if you want to see my pix of Maine and read about what I did, here are The 2015 Maine Diaries
Today’s quote came from cosmetics guru Mary Kay Ash: “A mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one.”