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Author, speaker, and health coach, Stacey Chillemi, who has written several books about natural health and wellness, joined us to discuss her newest book, The Complete Herbal Guide: A Natural Approach to Healing the Body. Having Epilepsy, herself, she has also written several books about epilepsy, including, Live, Learn and Be Happy with Epilepsy.  In fact, we spoke about what she has done to stop having seizures.  In fact, we spoke about many interesting topics.  So, be sure to tune in!  There are over 3,000 articles and videos about natural healing and you can learn more about the book by going to: www.TheCompleteHerbalGuide.com.  Also, check out Stacey’s website, www.StaceyChillemi.com.  The book is available at Amazon.com.
Stacey Chilleni book for 4-12-2015
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www.StaceyChillemi.com
www.TheCompleteHerbalGuide.net
Musician, Grant Maloy Smith, joined us to talk about what he’s been up to and we played some of his original music.  Grant is busy playing around the country.  Today, he played for the Wounded Warrior Project.  Tomorrow, he’ll be at Tokyo Tapas Cafe in Greenwich Village, NY.  Next week, a farm festival  in PA.  And then he’s off to LA to play at a Veteran’s Hospital in Long Beach, CA, and then at the Voodoo Lounge in LA.  In July, Grant is going on tour to England!  You can find out where to see Grant perform, buy his CD’s or download his music, and sign up as a fan for a free plastic horse from Grant, by going to: www.Grant-Maloy-Smith.com.
Musician, Grant Maloy Smith www.grant-maloy-smith.com
Musician, Grant Maloy Smith
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AND Laura Gelezunas, reported in from the beautiful retirement mecca of Puerto Vallarta to let us know all of the things that are happening with the vacationers and expatriate retirees who live there.  She let us know that, even though “high season” has come to a close, there is still plenty to do!  For example, Restaurant Weeks are the last two weeks of May.  The theater is still active.  The Yacht Club is still having many activities.  There’s a Salsa and Mambo competition coming up soon in the town of Sayulito, not from from Vallarta.  And there’s a new performance venue opening up at the end of this month.  This is also the time of year to visit and make plans for next winter.  Prices are at their lowest right now  You can find more about what’s happening in Vallarta for the retirees at www.BanderasNews.com.  AND you can find out about houses and apartments for next winter by going to: www.RonMorgan.net.
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Laura Gelezunas
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And I spoke about staying passionately involved and finding meaning to stay healthier, sharper, and happier!
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