Hello my friend! (Do you like my minion? Haha.)
It's been a while since I wrote an article. About a month ago it came time to do my "monthly encouragement" when I realized that due to time restraints I could no longer write these regular reflections.
However, I do intend to continue composing periodic posts with valuable health-related information and things I think you'll want to know about!
Today I want to share 3 things with you:
1) I'm really excited about Dr. Kelly Turner's newest project! On March 18, the 2-year anniversary of the release of her inspirational book, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, Dr. Turner will be launching an online training program called Radical Remission: Applying the 9 Healing Factors into Your Own Life.
On Wednesday, March 8 at 1pm EST/ 10am PST she will be hosting a FREE call to give you a sneak peak into the program. If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, you won't want to miss it! Sign up here.
(By the way, I highly recommend signing up for Dr. Turner's monthly newsletters. Just a couple days ago she shared an amazing story of a woman who overcame stage 4 ovarian cancer and established an invaluable nonprofit organization called Nancy's Way, "Committed to helping cancer patients find the resources that they need so that no one will ever go through cancer alone.")
2) Recent interviews I've done...
-- Incito Radio Show with Nihar Suthar, "A show meant to help listeners find their meaning. It inspires them and pushes them forward. Incito is one inspiring story narrated every week."
The episode is available on iHeart radio at http://www.iheart.com/show/209-Incito/?episode_id=27440614
-- "How to Deal with a Health Scare" with Kim Hahn, who is on a mission to give coping skills and hope to those going through a health crisis.
The interview is on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEIYMjn9CL0
-- Next up in April I'm scheduled to speak with David Ralph on the Join Up Dots show, a daily podcast "talking to the motivational, inspirational and conversational movers and shakers across the globe today."
3) I am looking for a job! Part-time, as an administrative assistant in a holistic wellness office to observe and learn from a practitioner who is healing people naturally.
Since I am going to be a certified health coach I want to be as experienced and educated as possible, and this new position would be a great way for me to see how other holistic health professionals go about helping people heal themselves.
So, if you know of anyone who uses nutrition and lifestyle recommendations to help people in the Westchester/Putnam area in NY, please do share! Just hit the reply button to email me.
Thanks for reading, and have a great weekend!
To your health,