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10.28.16 RadioWrapUp: Halloween

Just in time for Halloween – It was a Spooky Happy Hour and Annmarie was talking ghosts – historical and present day. This Friday’s Happy Hour started with…
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RadioWrap-Up: Dawn Wells

Dawn Wells on Gilligan’s Island, life and love Ginger or Mary Ann. That’s the age-old trivia question, isn’t it? Do you know that every person I talked to…
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Tip#7: Breathe!

Do You Forget to Breathe? Yes! You don’t realize it, but when you are stressed, you take breathes that are shallow. That means you don’t get enough oxygen…
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RadioWrap-Up: HOLIDAY STRESS!

‘Tis the Season…for HOLIDAY STRESS Thanks to Michele Dunleavy for her tips to get more fun out of the holidays with less stress and be ready to hit…
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Tip#6: Laugh!!

Take a five minute laugh break every day Whether it’s laughing at a TV show, a book, your kids or some silly memory, find something to laugh about…
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Tip#5: It’s OK to Say No

Yes, You CAN Just Say No! It’s one thing when you “make” your kids do things they don’t like. It’s part of your job to teach them that…
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Tip#4: Who Makes the Holiday Special?

Want To Make This Holiday Special? Carve out Time for the People you Really Want to See How many times have you said “yes” to some obligation and…
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Tip#3: Are Your Traditions Outdated?

Do You Love Your Traditions? Some things we do just because we’ve always done it – even when they no longer serve their purpose. I realized that on…
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Tip#2: Your Holiday Happy Place

Finding Your Holiday Happy Place: Your Three Favorite Holiday Memories You know how sometimes you feel so good that nothing can aggravate you? That’s the idea behind this…
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Tip#1: Your Intention is “JOY”

Decide That This Holiday is Going to Be Joyful Yes, you choose joy. You decide and then it is. Sounds too simplistic, doesn’t it.  But try it. You’ll…
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Ten Tips for Happier Holidays

Christmas Holidays: Glad to see ‘em come, glad to see ‘em go. That’s what one of my co-workers used to say. I thought she was a scrooge, but…
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RadioWrap-Up: Reinventions

We talked about snow, and homecomings and reunions. I talked about Jospeh’s school, the Scotland School for Veteran’s Children. Do you know anyone from there? We talked about…
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Halloween Radio Wrap-Up

We had one “spooky” Halloween show! I meandered around Halloween happenings, including… The fabulous Halloween segment from this morning’s Today Show. They combined Halloween with Saturday Night Live,…
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Radio Wrap Up: Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month It’s been twelve years since Kim Becking was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Her journey to wellness had a lot of bumps…
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Radio Wrap-Up: Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Today I’m so happy to be getting over the cold I had all week…and so grateful it wasn’t ebolla! Not that I…
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Stop Sabotage #9: Feedback

Seek Constructive Feedback It’s so easy to stay in the same comfortable place, even when that place isn’t really where you want to be. Moving forward takes courage…
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Stop Sabotage#6: Be Visible

Are You Visible or Living “Under the Radar” Women are responsible for 85% of all consumer purchases. Women over 50 control 75% of the wealth in the US….
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Stop Sabotage#4: Avoid Crippling Self-talk

Crippling Self-Talk: What Are You Telling YourSELF?? If your friends called you stupid, ugly or fat, they wouldn’t be your friends for long, would they? But here’s the…
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Stop Sabotage Tip#3: Stop Apologizing

The Sabotaging Downside of Apology Can you overdo apologies? YES! Should you stop apologizing? Maybe! Nothing can replace a good and heartfelt “I’m sorry” when you’ve made a…
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This Month: Stop the Self-Sabotage

Treat Yourself to the Good Life: Stop the Self-Sabotage Are your sabotaging behaviors selling you short? I’ll bet they are. I see and hear it all the time,…
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Do-Over#3: Don’t Get Caught with Your Panties Down

Be Prepared for Changes When you’re having a do-over, you’ll find yourself in new and different situations. You won’t know what to do a lot of the time….
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Do-Over #2: Open Your Mind

Open Your Mind to New Ideas The mind is like an umbrella, it only works when it’s open. When your mind is closed to new ideas, it’s like…
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Tips for Do-Overs & Second Chances

Making the Most of a Do-Over or Second Chance Sometimes life gives you the opportunity for a Do-Over, a Second Chance to get it right. Maybe you get…
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Radio Wrap-Up: Tips for Mid-Life Caregivers

Mid-Life Caregivers With parents living longer, mid-life caregiver has become a common title, along with sandwich caregiver. It’s a real hot topic for those of you who are…
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Taking Charge: Get Unstuck

First, Get Unstuck I know. It’s easier said than done. But it IS doable. Here’s the thing…for as long as you are feeling stuck, it’s like stepping on…
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June 20: Happy Hour Wrap Up!

Beach reads! Between authors and readers, it was quite a show! My guests were authors Doreen McGettigan and Cindy Falteich and voracious reader Maria Peterson. I hope you…
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Victory Stretch#10 – Progress Not Perfection

The day after the annual Victorious Woman Girlfriend Gala, I usually debrief with myself, then with my spouse. A week or so later, I debrief with my committee….
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May 30: Happy Hour WrapUp

Melissa Dribben, health and science columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, joined me for Happy Hour to talk about age and aging. You know, some people say age is…
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Victory Stretch #8: Taking Risks

There’s an old adage: If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you already got. It sounds good and makes sense; that’s what makes…
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May23 Happy Hour WrapUp

Hope you got to Happy Hour with me today! My guest today was Edwene Gaines. She had so many great things to say about developing a prosperity consciousness…
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Victory Stretch #7: Ask Powerful Questions

Did you ever think that you cheated yourself out of great conversations or important information because you focused on the wrong things? Bet you have – bet you…
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Victory Stretch #4: Baby Steps

Giant leaps make for good shows but they can be uncomfortable, physically and emotionally. Conversely, “baby steps” are small, doable tasks that are hardly noticeable to others. Baby…
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Victory Stretch#3: Plans

A goal without plans is a just a wish. A goal with a plan is something you can achieve. Can you imagine picking a vacation destination and, start…
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May 9 WrapUp: Friday Happy Hour

About Moms, College and Spring Cleaning Susan Torello was my guest today. Sue is a professional organizer, certified in home staging – that means she has official, credentialing…
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Victory Stretch #2: Goals

Victory Stretch #2: Make your goals reflect your dreams Are you multi-faceted skills yet so used to multi-tasking, that you sometimes let your best qualities get in your…
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Victory Stretch #1 – Dreams

Victory Stretch #1: Daydream a BIG Dream The great philosopher Disraeli once said, “Life is too short to be little.” Yet “little” is what most women are encouraged…
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WrapUp: Friday Happy Hour

Psychic Friday Psychic Christi Cavallo was my guest today. This is the second time she’s been to the Friday Happy Hour. If you tuned in, you know she’s…
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Victory Stretches

What is a victory stretch? It’s when you stretch out of your comfort zone so you can do something new or different, like achieve a goal, make a…
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Pump Up the Power #10

Take Action: DO Something You’re designed to live your best life. There’s nothing worse for your attitude than sitting around doing nothing. What you need to understand about…
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Pump Up the Power #9

Design a Vision Board – and Use It You’ve seen picture collages before, and maybe even made one, using photos from past events. Maybe you created an anniversary…
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Pump Up the Power #8

Talk Success Want to know what your success attitude is? You can find out quickly by noticing how you talk to yourself. If you aren’t sure what that…
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Pump Up the Power #7

SMILE A smile is a universal sign of happiness, friendliness, acceptance and approval. But that’s not all! A simple, sincere smile can have a huge impact on your…
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Pump Up the Power #6

Practice Extreme Gratitude Gratitude is saying thank-you for something you receive. Extreme gratitude is being conscious of all the good that is all around you. It’s being connected…
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Pump Up the Power – #4

 Surround Yourself with Positive People “A rising tide lifts all boats,” John F. Kennedy said. The phrase usually refers to the economy, meaning that when the economy is…
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WrapUp: Friday Happy Hour

Fashionista Denise Hay came to today’s Happy Hour. She had great ideas for what to buy to look current this spring, including ways to update what you already…
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Pump Up the Power – #1

Power Tip for Recharging Your Attitude: Read or Listen to Positive and Inspiring Books Don’t you and your attitude need a break from the world news, pop news,…
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Annual Contest is OPEN!

The 7th Annual Victorious Woman Contest is OPEN! Submit your Entry! This year’s contest is bigger and better. We’re excited this year to be partnering with the DelcoNewsNetwork.They’ll…
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Happy Hour: Prosperity and Success

Prosperity, Success, and Bossy were what we talked about at today’s Happy Hour. Thanks so much to Kay Fittes of High Heeled Success and author Pam Mariani. We…
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Talking about Your Legacy at Happy Hour

Remember all those stories your mom and dad told you? There was a day when you probably got tired of hearing them, but now you probably wish you’d…
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Mid-life: Strong is the New Skinny

Friday Happy Hour We have 2 very special guests for This Friday’s Happy Hour.  Join me along with Kelley Connors, MPH, who is the founder of an on-line…
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