Listen in as Paul shares how his journey began with yoga. He was raising a teenager and looking for something to calm his mind and help him refocus. It helped him balance his emotions and not react so quickly to a situation. Twenty eight years later he is still sharing his beautiful gift with our community. Tune in to this inspiring interview and think about your role in this world…..and in our community. Peace.
What fun I had sitting down with Nick Calais and Tami Weidert who will be getting married on February 2nd at 2:00 at the Liberty Theatre and have invited the WHOLE community! Hear about how they met, how they are planning this awesome day and how you can be a part of it! Offer Nick and Tami wedding advice in the comments section. The best advice will win a special prize! Like and share the interview!
Sheryl and her husband lost their son in August of 2016 to suicide. While processing through their grief, they started a movement called Our City Cares. You may have noticed the signs of hope posted around our community. Don’t Give Up. You Are Not Alone. Your Life Matters. Your Mistakes Don’t Define You. There is Hope. Comparison is the thief of Joy. There are also handouts with crisis hotline information and support locations at the schools for students in need. Please listen to Sheryl’s story and think how YOU can be an ambassador of hope in our community for someone struggling. We are all connected. Thank you.
Last week I had the honor of meeting and chatting with the Corey family at Barre3. This Friday, February 24th, Barre3 will be hosting an evening of giving where you can attend two classes (4:15pm and 5:30pm) with ALL proceeds ($20 suggested donation) going to support the Corey’s as they endure the road ahead. I was drawn to the Corey family not only because of their sweet daughter Sadie but I’ve also been so inspired at how supportive and wonderful local businesses and individuals have been for this family. Tune in and meet the sweet Sadie, mom Katie, dad Adam and Stacey from Barre3. #sadiestrong