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Garden Dine Love | Farm to Fork | Farm to Table
33 minutes | Nov 3, 2016
Cooking Class with Deanna Cook
Today I thrilled to share our interview with Deanna Cook! As part of the “KIDS: Farm to Table” interview series, we felt that interviewing Deanna was an important piece of the puzzle of empowering children and parent’s with valuable knowledge and skills to teach in the art of cooking. Deanna is the author of “The Kids’ Multicultural Cookbook” and “Cooking Class” two books designed to support children’s interest in cooking and creating kitchen curiosity. She’s the former editor of Scholastic and Disney FamilyFun where she often share crafting ideas for kids and recipes on TV showing including Good Morning America, the Today Show, Food Network, and more. And…if those accomplishments are enough Deanna also developed the content for Kidstir, a new kids cooking kit of the month program that is an incredibly fun nd cool way for kids to gain confidence and skills in the kitchen! Deanna is also currently a book editor for Storey publishing, focusing on kids books and cookbooks. As a mother of two Deanna has a family of built in taste testers and crafting helpers. I hope that you enjoy this interview as much as we did!!
44 minutes | Nov 2, 2016
Kids Gardening with Maree Geatani
Encouraging children gardeners is a concept and practice that is ubiquitous in parenting groups, elementary schools as well as homeschool communities throughout the United States and abroad! An organization leading the effort toward a curriculum based instructional platform while preserving fun activities is KidsGardening.org! To learn more, we are interviewing Maree Gaetani! Maree is the Director of Mission and Garden Relations at KidsGardening.org and has a diverse background in regional and national gardening associations. Maree has served as regional Director of the Garden Writers Association, as a board member the American Community Gardening Association and as Director of Public Relations and Good Works at Gardner’s Supply Company, the largest online gardening retailer in the U.S. She has a keen understanding of how to involve children in the garden, drawing upon her own experience - as a little girl, Maree’s grandfather taught her to grown veggies and cook garden fresh produce. Today, Maree delights in seeing our youth grow and gain life skills though gardening. KidsGardening.org believes, “Learning through gardening should be an indispensable part of children’s education and personal development.” Also, that “Learning through gardening creates generations of kids connected to their food and community and engaged in nurturing a healthy planet.” From her first-hand knowledge and experience, Maree is a powerful agent for social and environmental change, encouraging children to experience the joys and wonders that come from being in the garden. You’re invited to subscribe (embed LINK) to our podcast for free! By subscribing (Embed LINK) you will be alerted when new interviews are premiered. And, you will have access to all of our previous interviews! We hope that you enjoy this interview and welcome your feedback!
49 minutes | Oct 27, 2016
Garden Curriculum with Whitney Cohen
The popularity of Learning Gardens has exploded in schools across the United States because parents and educators alike recognize the positive impact of using nature based learning to teach valuable life skills. Today we interview Whitney Cohen! Whitney is a teacher, trainer, and author committed to place based education. She is passionate about creating strategies to bridge environmental education and public schools. An expert in school garden curriculum as the Education Director for Life Lab and lecturer for UC Santa Cruz, Whitney travels the US collaborating with other educators to implement learning gardens in their school. In this interview Whitney shares the rich history of Life Lab which has evolved into a national leader in the garden-based learning garden movement. Life Lab has stellar activity guides for teachers and parents interested in gardening with kids. Their Garden Classroom hosts educators from across the country, and abroad, where they observe and learn from the years of experience accumulated at Life Lab. Whitney’s books include The Growing Classroom: Garden-Based Science and Nutrition Activity Guide, The Book of Gardening Projects for Kids, Kids' Garden: 40 Fun Indoor and Outdoor Activities and Games, and Sowing the Seeds of Wonder: Discovering the Garden in Early Childhood Education. We hope that you enjoy this interview and welcome your feedback!
34 minutes | Oct 25, 2016
ChopChop Kids with Sally Sampson
Encouraging children to eat a healthy diet or make health choices isn't an easy task but with teaching children to cook healthy foods they are more willing to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Today as part of our ‘KIDS:Farm to Table’ interview series I am interview Sally Sampson. Sally is the Founder and President of ChopChop Kids the non profit publisher of ChopChop, The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families. Listen here! PODCAST ChopChop is an incredible organization whose mission is the inspire children t cook and eat real food with their families! Chop Chop believed that cooking and eating together as a family is a vital step in resolving the obesity and hungry epidemic we face as a society. In addition to the amazing organization ChopChop that Sally created she is the author and coauthor of 23 cookbooks, has contributed to Bon Appetite, Food and Wine, The Boston Globe andCooks Illustrated. Achieving the goal of eating healthy and teach children critical life skill si much easier with the help of ChopChop Kids, ChopChop Magazine and Chop Chop Kids Cooking Club! We hope that you enjoy this interview and that through this interview you and your family enjoy the art of cooking and eating healthfully together. Enjoy!
44 minutes | Oct 21, 2016
Healthy Kids with Mandy Curry
Have you ever looked for techniques to promote children’s health? Mandy Curry and her husband Kirk have developed meal planning and instructional videos that make achieving health much easier! As Mandy points out in our interview, many times busy parents experience decision fatigue by the time dinner time rolls around. Choosing, prepping and cooking a healthy meal can sometimes be one more exhausting thing for parents to do which is why many families end up choosing less than healthy options. As you know, the unfortunate byproducts of unhealthy eating are a decrease in energy and an increase in weight! So Mandy and her husband established Healthy Kids Inc. to help families address this problem. Healthy Kids Inc. provides meal planning and budgeting tools so your family can benefit from healthy food despite busy schedules, all in an effort to raise healthy children. In 2016, Healthy Kids Inc. became the first in the country to add a gardening feature to a meal planning tool, now helping families grow the foods featured in their favorite recipes! The garden and meal planning technology is being used in classrooms as a way of helping kids understand the seed to table process - something that we at Garden Dine Love are very excited about and see as incredibly important! We are featuring Mandy in our ‘KIDS: Farm to Table’ interview series for these reasons and many more!! Click HERE and Listen to Mandy’s interview! You’re invited to SUBSCRIBE to our podcast for free! By subscribing you will be alerted when new interviews are premiered. And, you will have access to all of our previous interviews! We hope that you enjoy this interview and welcome your feedback!
46 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
Gardens That Matter with Amy Landers
Today we interview Amy Landers, co-founder of Gardens That Matter. Amy, a gardening and environmental educator for more than 15 years, describes herself as a ‘nature nerd’ :-) Her passion has evolved into a business where she and husband Colby teach families how to grow beautiful and bountiful gardens. A vibrant couple, their aim is to share information and inspiration which will help families create beautiful places to relax and enjoy while connecting with nature and each other. In this interview, I was reminded that sometimes the simplest ways to encourage children in the garden are 1) Be patient and work at the child’s pace. 2) Be realistic in our gardening goals. And 3) Carve out a small space in the garden where kids can make mud pits or plant whatever they choose! The dream which created Gardens That Matter is for every family to grow and eat fresh healthy foods – whether their garden is in a yard, on a balcony or part of a community plot. As Amy says, “One seed, one veggie, one child at a time we’re helping to solve complex problems and empowering our neighborhoods to grow amazing food and relationships.” You’re invited to subscribe to our podcast for free! By subscribing you will be alerted when new interviews are premiered. And, you will have access to all of our previous interviews! We hope that you enjoy this interview and welcome your feedback!
46 minutes | Oct 19, 2016
Roots Shoots Buckets and Boots with Sharon Lovejoy
Today on our ‘KIDS: Farm to Table’ interview series we feature Sharon Lovejoy! She is a talented story teller having received the National Outdoor Book Award in Children’s Literature, a Gold Award from National Parenting Publication Awards, and an iParenting Media Award among many other professional accomplishments! Sharon has authored terrific books that encourage children to appreciate and interact creatively with nature including Roots Shoots Buckets & Boots, Sunflower Houses, and HollyHock Days. These are all great resources for engaging children in the garden and in cultivating food! Also, she has been featured as a guest on NBC’s Today Show, PBS’ The Victory Garden, as well as numerous HGTV & Discovery Channel shows where she shares her passion for gardening, children and literature. We are honored that Sharon took the time to speak on our ‘Lifestyle Interview Series’! Sharon’s interest developed from the many hours she spent as a child gardening alongside her grandmother. Today, the family tradition continues as Sharon now shares that passion with her own grandchildren, which she describes in her book Camp Granny. An expert long involved with learning gardens before the current trend, Sharon has a keen understanding of how to captivate a child’s interest in the garden while teaching valuable life skills. You’re invited to subscribe to our podcast for free! By subscribing you will be alerted when new interviews are premiered. And, you will have access to all of our previous interviews! We hope that you enjoy this interview and welcome your feedback!
43 minutes | Oct 12, 2016
Good Food Movement with John Rife
I am thrilled to introduce you to a trailblazer who is doing awesome work in what he calls the “Good Food Movement”. As we spoke, my thoughts were stirred up and I was inspired to make a more profound impact in my own community, the way our guest is doing every day. His name is John Rife. John is a Central Florida native. He is a passionate supporter of small businesses, food entrepreneurs and making his community a tastier place to live! As the founder of the Winter Park Harvest Festival, John has been successfully creating and running Farm to Table events in Winter Park Florida. As you all know, I had been doing something similar in Hawaii for the past 6 years but John really kicked it up a notch. John’s been motivating food entrepreneurs to ask fair market value for their goods so that they can achieve a more successful business. While helping local farmers and food artisans become more sustainable in their business practices, John was simultaneously growing and expanding as an entrepreneur developing the East End Market and implementing SPIN (small plot intensive) farming practices on his own property. In developing East End Market, John created a neighborhood market and food hub in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando, Florida. East End Market is a two story structure that serves as home to a dozen food merchants, a market garden, an incubator kitchen, large event space, demonstration kitchen, retail shops as well as a full time award winning caterer and world class restaurant. See why I find his growth in the farm to fork movement inspiring??! And he doesn’t stop there, John finds the time to run agritourism tours and gardening classes in addition to public speaking engagements where he lectures on urban agriculture. It comes as no surprise that John is one of Central Florida’s most vocal advocates for the Good Food Movement. I was particularly inspired by what John and his team have achieved in FLEET Farming - a bicycle-powered urban farming initiative. This program encompasses 10 backyard farms and produce from the program is sold every week at a local farmers market as well as fine dining restaurants. My husband and I are continually looking at ways of helping alleviate food desserts, all too prevalent in the US, and the FLEET Farming initiative really inspired me as a viable option for communities suffering from a lack of fresh foods. I hope you enjoy this interview and have as many inspiring take aways as I did! In gratitude
52 minutes | Oct 6, 2016
Performance and Productivity with Breda Stackpool
Hello Everyone! Today we present Entrepreneur 101! And everything discussed can be applied to a home base business or to a farm based business, we got you covered!! No matter what industry you find yourself in, performance and productivity are key to a successful outcome. So I want to introduce you to Breda Stackpool. Breda is coming from beautiful Ireland. I hope that you enjoy her accent as much as I do... and if you’re watching from Ireland, I hope you enjoy my accent! Breda is a productivity and performance coach who coaches entrepreneurs from a variety of industries to do their jobs more efficiently. In fact, Breda is known as the 90 Day Productivity Coach, helping people achieve more in 90 days than they have in the past year. Breda’s approach to being highly productive and increasing one’s performance comes from a vast amount of experience gained in the corporate world as International Customer Project Manager as well as though her own business endeavors. Breda and her fiancé have owned 2 restaurants, a guesthouse, a wedding venue and she is a past President of her local Chamber of Commerce. Breda gives OUTSTANDING tips on how you can run your business. She also shares how she is able to hold so much on her plate and still be so effective. A question for you all... Do you have your business departments clearly designated? I will admit that I DO NOT have departments within my business, and this was my light bulb moment! And, I had many more moments where I saw opportunities to improve on the job that I am already doing! Seriously, so get a pen and paper to jot down some notes because Breda really delivers great tips! We all have a dream career, dream job, or dream business but unless we are clear on what our dream is, and what we are trying to accomplish, as well as in which direction we are heading, we will not achieve our dreams. When we become clear we become more effective, more productive and of course more successful! I wish each of you clarity and success!
30 minutes | Oct 5, 2016
Sheet Pan Suppers with Molly Gilbert
We have an incredible cook book author to share with you this week, Molly Gilbert, who’s popular website Dunk & Crumble you may have come across. Molly is the author of a fun and innovative cook book which has become wildly popular for both the novice and experienced, “Sheet Pan Suppers”. As a former cooking instructor, private chef, recipe tester and chocolatier, Molly has created a way to cook very tasty meals by utilizing one sheet pan and ultimately saving her readers time in the kitchen. Getting her start with blogging for her website Dunk & Crumble, Molly has been communicating her passion and love of food for several years through both her writing as well as her mouthwatering photography. Focusing on seasonally-fresh, well balance and occasionally indulgent meals, Molly’s website is a great resource of recipes and a place of inspiration! Molly has recently ventured in to the world of podcasting as co-host of the podcast, And Eat It Too!, where she explores food-related issues and current topics. Based out of the Pacific Northwest, in the beautiful city of Seattle, Molly is a burgeoning home gardener exploring the fun of growing some of her own produce though she still enjoys frequent trips to her local farmers market. Enjoy!
47 minutes | Oct 4, 2016
Modern Married with Maggie Reyes
LOVE… Love for yourself, love for your partner. How to keep love alive and thriving in your life. Yep, this is the beautiful theme of today’s interview! Our guest is Maggie Reyes. Maggie is a Relationship Specialist and Life Coach living in sunny Florida with her husband, the love of her life. When I asked Maggie how she would define self-love, she said that she believes self-love is comprised of Trust, Empathy, Compassion and Value. That is, trusting in yourself, having empathy and compassion for yourself, and valuing yourself. After establishing an idea of ‘self-love,’ the interview goes on to explore the subject of relationships. Maggie radiates passion when discussing relationships, her specialty. She is the voice behind the website Modern Married and has built a career helping men and women create love relationships that thrive. Her blog posting, ‘Manifesto for a Happy Marriage - 12 Ways to Make Your Love Last’ took center stage in our interview. She broke down the main points of that article and gave poignant tips which include: -Believe love is possible -Embrace imperfection -Nourish a positive emotional relationship -Make your marriage a no negativity zone -Change your complaint into a request -Check in with your partner every day - be aware of the life you partner is leading when you're not together and… -DON’T GO ON AUTO PILOT! When you hear Maggie’s sassy and practical advice, captured in this interview, you’ll appreciate why she has been featured in the online magazines ‘Brides’, ‘Redbook’, and ’Vista Magazine’ as well as on XM radio’s, The Christine Show. Maggie’s goal is to empower her clients and readers to achieve authentic success in romance, relationships, life and work through personalized coaching programs that are tailored to each relationship or person. Enjoy this interview, then please leave a comment to let me know if you found this helpful in living a more joyful and whole life :)
36 minutes | Sep 29, 2016
The Gracious Pantry with Tiffany McCauley
Today I have the pleasure of talking with Tiffany McCauley the awesome woman who created the lovely and delicious blog The Gracious Pantry! Tiffany created The Gracious Pantry in 2009 in an effort to keep track of her own journey and recipes. She quickly began inspiring others to learn more about clean eating and adopt this healthy lifestyle. Today, her recipe collection has grown from humble beginnings to a massive resource of over 1,000, accompanied by mouth water photos taken by Tiffany herself! Her website also includes cook books and numerous other resources for people who want to get started with clean eating. The Gracious Pantry now serves as primary resource and one of the “go to” websites for clean eating. This interview is a terrific opportunity to hear a clean eating expert share her incredible journey. Do you want to know more about clean eating? How you can implement a clean eating diet into your life regardless of how busy you are? Or how you can engage your children in a clean eating lifestyle?? Tiffany makes it easy and simple. I’ve heard people lament a change in their eating habits, expressing concerns that clean is bland. Well, think again! Tiffany has successfully found the balance between healthy and tasty. Enjoy!
52 minutes | Sep 28, 2016
Authentic Business & Marketing with Jennie Wright and Jason Wiehler
OK everyone, I’m so excited about today’s guests and their ability to empower any product based business owner! I can’t wait to share this interview with you :) Our topic is growing your home business and, in this digital age, a great way to do that is by building your email list. The two experts we present today teach a list building strategy! It’s my absolute pleasure to introduce you to Jennie Wright and Jason Wiehler, creators of the online community Management: Authentic and Effective, Branding and Marketing. Jennie is an expert at list building. Many refer to her as a list building Ninja! Jason is a social media strategist who stays on the cutting edge of the latest in social media. A resourceful team, they work tirelessly to show their clients how to grow and develop their online businesses with authenticity and creativity while connecting with their target market. Jennie and Jason help small business owners, including people in the farm to fork community like myself, grow their business online, effectively identifying then promoting their message. In this interview, Jennie dives into list building by explaining why a ‘list’ is vital to the growth of your business and how to create events that will help you grow your list. Jennie’s advice, knowledge, and experience are invaluable and she wastes no time in communicating her passion for business to you! Now, I must admit, I am not the most consistent person in social media… Prior to this interview I understood that connecting with people on social media had the potential to grow a business but its power wasn’t totally clear to me until today’s interview when Jason gave a clear and concise articulation of social media – you are going to be inspired! In fact, I was so motivated by Jason’s passion and conviction about social media that we at Garden Dine Love have just started, with Jason and Jennie’s help, a social media plan and strategy to communicate our mission and vision! Jennie and Jason have also created an online community of like-minded people seeking to profit from their passion projects called M Community which they describe as ‘Maverick Marketing for Entrepreneurs.’ The M community has become an inventive place to share one’s authentic self, grow knowledge and scope with entrepreneurs who are on the same journey towards success. Jennie and Jason set the tone of this online community and it is one of mutual support and knowledge exchange, again echoing the beliefs we promote at Garden Dine Love. I hope you enjoy this interview with an effective team who share a true passion for their client’s success and get as much out of it as I did! In gratitude!
44 minutes | Sep 27, 2016
Honey Bee Suite with Rusty Burlew
The plight of pollinators is known and becoming increasingly critical. Today I want to introduce you to a woman who has a vast amount of knowledge regarding bees and is sharing her wisdom with the world through her website Honey Bee Suite. Her name is Rusty Burlew. When Rusty began her website, Honey Bee Suite, she wanted to provide a source of science-based information that was easily accessible. In an industry that is replete with ‘wives’ tales,’ Rusty’s website is a go to resource for beekeepers both, experienced and beginner. Since starting Honey Bee Suite, Rusty has expanded the subject of beekeeping to include all things that go along with it, including plants, bloom times, weather patterns, predators, and environmental problems like pollution and pesticides. She points out that Beekeepers accumulate vast knowledge of the natural world and, in that way, are able to appreciate as well as benefit from the interplay between plants and insects. Rusty has a very thoughtful and holistic approach to beekeeping which I hadn’t heard before. She recommends that every beginner should start their beekeeping journey by reading and studying bee biology, which makes perfect sense! This is a different approach from most beekeeping classes which start by teaching the mechanics, tools, etc. of beekeeping. Most important though, she advises using common sense, drawing upon the knowledge you already have, and simply breathing and staying present to help you most when you are tending to a box of 50,000 bees! As we hear more about honey bee populations diminishing, we sometime forget or don’t know about all the other bees in our environment that also help with pollination but who are also suffering. There are 4,000 species of bee in North America and 20,000 world-wide. Rusty is passionate about identifying and helping wild bees and points out that we often think about pollinator in terms of our food supply but may forget that these pollinators tend to many different flowering plants including ones that provide us with wood, fiber, medicines, flavoring, animal feed, and meadows! Even seeds that birds and other animals are dependent on come from flowers that are pollinated by bees I really appreciate Rusty’s pragmatic and kind approach to caring for bees and quelling people’s fear of bee stings. Quoting CDC reports, Rusty shares that 33,000 people die every year from vehicle accidents whereas 50 Americans dies every year from bee, wasp, and hornets combined. So rather than fear them when you see a bee, simply stay still since bees are attracted to movement so swatting the air will only attract more bees. And Rusty reminds us to embrace bees as we need them to survive! I hope that in listening to this interview you will learn more about bees, keep a flower pot on you porch, and take a moment to observe the incredible symbiotic relationships that surround us. Enjoy!
37 minutes | Sep 26, 2016
Food in Jars with Marissa McClellan
Juicy, delicious mangos motivated me to learn the art of food preservations. You might think eating locally sourced food was easier when I lived in Hawaii, however some things, like mango season, came just once a year and I wanted to eat them year round :) Today I interview Marisa McClellan! Marisa is a food blogger, cook book author and canning teacher. She has written two books Food in Jars and Preserving by the Pint. Her next book Naturally Sweet Food in Jars will be published in March, 2016. In this interview, Marisa shares easy recipes for canning (with holiday gifts in mind) such as infused vinegars, homemade cooking salt and seasonings, as well as herb or fruit flavored cooking oils. As a canning teacher, Marisa has helped many people navigate food preservation by canning and has valuable advice for the beginning canner. When I speak to people about food preservation, many have shared with me their reservations about canning and concerns about making sure that what they are doing is safe. Marisa and I discuss these concerns and, to help the everyday canners, Marisa shares some of her favorite canning resources as well her favorite canning books. On Marisa’s website, Food in Jars, she share recipes that she has developed for people who want to play with delicious, innovative and proven canning recipes. I hope that this interview will inspire you to experiment in your kitchen :) Be well,
49 minutes | Jun 2, 2016
Food Literacy Follow Up with Jill Colella
Today’s interview is with a lady I admire and really enjoytalking to. She is bright, articulate and doing incredible work onthe behalf of children! You may remember her from ourprevious interview, JillColella! The last time I interviewed Jill we focused onher book “Grow it, Cook It”, a guide for families with youngchildren to grow and cook their own food.Jill is also the editor of two print magazines that teach foodliteracy to children, Ingredient which is geared towardschool aged children, and Butternut the first ever foodliteracy magazine for preschoolers. Both magazines are packed fullof information that empowers young children to make informed andthoughtful food choices. According to Centers for Disease Control in the last 30 years,obesity has more than doubled in children and quadrupled inadolescence, a staggering and cornering statistic. In thisinterview, we focus on understanding what food literacy isand how teaching food literacy to children can help them to makehealthier food choices.Teaching children about hunger cues, turning a routine grocerytrip into a learning opportunity, or simply using positive languageto help children tune into their own hunger cues, are some of theways that we can help avoid this epidemic of childhood obesity. Are you familiar with hunger cues? Would you like to know howfood literacy helps children to also develop critical thinkingskills?In this interview Jill does an incredible job of sharing some ofher favorite tips for engaging children with healthy food choices.I have found that food literacy is an exiting and important subjectfor me as I teach my stepchildren more about make healthy foodchoices.I hope that you too enjoy this interview!In gratitude,Emily
24 minutes | May 31, 2016
Farm Fresh Feasts with Kirsten Madaus
Kirsten is the voice behind the popular food blog called FarmFresh Feasts. Kirsten is a passionate supporter of the local foodmovement and her blog was created as she searched for ways toimprove her own, as well as her family’s, experience of eating froma farm share. Through her farm share, Kirsten has been introduced tovegetables she was unfamiliar with. And when you are an imaginativecook in the kitchen, like Kirsten, this becomes an opportunity tolearn and get creative. I enjoyed listening to her story aboutsorrel and how this one vegetable lead her to a path of tastyproblem solving.Kirsten grew up with parents who were urban homesteaders. Theytaught her skills such as gardening and food preserving long beforethis resurgence in the farm to table lifestyle and homesteadingthat we are currently experiencing. The skills she learned early inlife along with her world travels (she and her family have lived inEurope and Asia) are reflected in her personal life and influenceher blog and recipes.Farm Fresh Feasts, Kirsten’s active blog, serves not only as anoutlet for Kirsten’s creativity in the kitchen but also as a reciperesource as well as a place for practical support to people who arelooking to eat locally or from their farm shares. Farm Fresh Feasts is also a lovely resource for small farms orCSA’s (community supported agriculture) to find recipes to sharewith their members.I think you will enjoy, as I do, Kirsten’s gardening tips(particularly on growing garlic), her philosophy and, of course,her Peach Salsa Recipe :)Enjoy!
48 minutes | May 25, 2016
Style for Success with Lori Ann Robinson
As I lean into life and learn about self-love and self-care, Ifind that my days of living in black yoga pants are coming to anend! Why? Well speaking strictly for myself, though I find themvery comfortable, I wear them in an effort to avoid my clothes thatare too tight or to loose.Our guest today is a firm believer that we need to dress for thebody we have NOW not the one we hope for, and she believes that afashionable wardrobe will build our confidence and is an expressionof self-love. It is an honor to introduce you to Lori Ann Robinson, a 4 timeEmmy nominated costume designer!!Lori Ann uses her talents for style, design, color, and fashionto help women and men look great no matter their size, body shape,lifestyle, or budget. She believes that you can have a stress freeworkable wardrobe that will reflect your personal style and makegetting ready for all your life experiences easier.With her incredible laugh and sassy way of speaking, Lori Annreassuringly affirms there is life after yoga pants! She explainsthat one can look chic and put together without giving up comfortand convenience! She’s my kind of girl :) Through her website, webinars, presentations, workshops andonline coaching, Lori Ann is connecting with people from around theworld helping to improve their quality of life and dressing themfor success in their personal as well as professional lives. Infact Lori Ann’s coaching helps people with their self-image whilealso sharing guidance on dinning, social and networking etiquette -she is a poet of body language.As a leading expert in her field, Lori Ann’s style and imagetips have been featured in publications such as Men’s Health,Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Shehas also been on national television shows such as Good MorningAmerica and The View. I hope that you enjoy her fun and contagious confidence asinspiring as I do in this interview. And, after talking with Dr.Pwho (surprise, surprise) agrees with Lori Ann, I will be expandingmy wardrobe to beyond yoga pants… and not just leggings ;)Have a fantastic day!
51 minutes | May 24, 2016
Whole Hearted with Kelly Covert
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38 minutes | May 19, 2016
Beyond Organic Soil with Jana Bogs
Are you ready to explore SOIL? It is the groundwork (figuratively and literally!) of any healthy, hearty garden!! Our guest is Dr. Jana Bogs, a Colorado State University graduate with a PhD in horticulture and food science, who firmly believes that soil is the foundation to growing nutritionally dense food. Jana’s passion for optimizing health began when she was a young girl and led her to become a nutritionist. After working in the field for several years, Jana realized that food’s nutritional quality was not what it could be or even what it once was! These insights resulted in her understanding that soil quality needed to be improved to grow better quality foods. Her mission then became “creating health from the soil up”. Through the ‘Beyond Organic Growing System’ that Dr. Bogs created, a farmer, home gardener, or market gardener can have their soil tested. Following analysis, and with the direction that Dr. Bogs provides, appropriate amendments can be made to then grow plants that will express their full potential with better cell wall integrity and increased nutrient density. Along with extensive ties to the academic community, Dr. Bog’s also stays on the cutting edge by studying techniques from the organic agriculture industry, as well. She provides a terrific explanation of how going ‘beyond organic’ is important because it not only leaves the chemicals behind but results in foods that are increased in nutrition so truly promote health and longevity. As a researcher and consultant, Jana explains the value and process in a way that one can easily understand why it is so very important to address our soil! I hope that you enjoy this interview and find it as helpful as I do! Warmly, Emily
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