Monday, February 12, 2007

February 12 - Health & Beauty Revolution

I just finished a pretty great interview on WS on The Health & Beauty Revolution with the host Patty Kovacs. Patty was so gracious and complimentary about my book and said every woman should buy it--wow!

It's interesting now that I've done a few of these shows to hear how badly women want to know WHAT they should wear, as if there is a one-skirt-fits-all out there that will solve their wardrobe dilemmas. I keep saying fashion should be fun, not stressful, but good clothing is clearly challenging and shopping is not fun for a lot of women. Women should strive to find clothes that make them feel confident and comfortable, and sometimes that means getting rid of all your ill-fitting clothes (donate them to Goodwill; don't throw them out!) and taking the time to shop at different stores until you find the right clothes for your body and personality. Of course A-line skirts look good on everyone and make calves look slimmer. So you can always get a bunch of those. The Gap or Banana always has that style in stock.

I updated my web site this weekend, adding a few magazine clips to the Clips page and will keep adding more as I get savvier on the computer. Tonight I pre-record a show for "Making Waves," a magazine-style show on WJFF Radio Catskill that will run next Monday. Be sure to tune in to KOPB-FM this Thursday at 1:05 to hear me on Oregon Public Broadcasting. It should be a fun one!

Thursday, February 15, 2007

1:05 PM PST
KOPB-FM (91.5)
Portland, Oregon

Monday, February 19, 2007
5:30 p.m. PST
WJFF Radio Catskill
Making Waves with Sabrina Artel

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

6:30 AM PST
NATIONAL Interivew/giveaway
AM Show
Los Angeles

10:00 AM PST
Louisville, KY

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

8 a.m. PST
WPR: Wisconsin Public Radio
Kathleen Dunn Show
one hour interview

2:44 PM to 2:56 PM PST
Drive Time with Alan Palmer
Bowling Green, KY

Friday, March 23, 2007
6:40 - 6:55 am PST
In the Morning
Southampton, NY

Tuesday, April 3, 2007
8 - 8:30 AM PST
Boston, MA

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