Angela (and Santa DJ Ted) host a Christmas Wellbeing Show – with tips for wellbeing over Christmas and beyond. We also hear from Hazel Addley and Miriam McGuirk with their top tips. Also, a reminder to enter our competition to win Miriam’s 2 latest books (“Shattered Dreams and Scorpions at Midnight. “A Search for Sanctuary: Tales From Turkey Volume One” and “A Pocket of Inspiration”). All you have to do is let us know the quote or motto that inspires you or which you live by. Entries can be via: Twitter @careswins use #inspire; OR https://www.facebook.com/WhoCaresWinsRadioShow/ (post on our wall, starting you messge with Inspire; OR Email: studio[at]whocareswinsradio.co.uk with Subject heading “Inspire”. Good luck.
Simon Crooks and Kelly Duke, of Argo Life and Legacy, explain their philosophy of a holistic approach to providing information and advice for the older generations within our communities. They also introduce us to the “Wrinkly Roadshow” the first of which is on Wednesday 20th January 2016 at Allington Community Association, Castle Road, Allington, Maidstone, ME16 0PZ. Contact them if you wish to exhibit at one of their events.
The first of our ‘Wellbeing Symposium’ compilations of interviews captured at the event. The show contains part of Tanni Grey-Thompson‘s official talk and the accompanying Q&A, followed by Jan’s interview with Tanni where she talks to Jan about her family motto, her sporting achievements and work with Active UK, her pet beef with “illegal” parking in Blue Badge spaces, and….……. Jan poses the hardest question Tanni has ever been asked!
This is then followed by Jan’s interview with Helena Conibear of the Alcohol Education Trust.
Jan was joined in the studio by Miles Allen who shared his story from early childhood hurdles, how depression led to him losing everything, to self-publishing his first book “The Walkers of Legend”. Miles has since achieved No1 ranking for Epic Fantasy on Amazon and headed the charts in Waterstones; knocking “The Hunger Games” from the top slot. Miles champions self-publishing and has a passion for helping others; earning him a reputation as a respected professional writing and self-publishing coach and editor of fiction and business books.
Angela was joined in the studio by Shirley Palmer, who was over from L.A in the USA, to chat about the importance of gratitude to our health and wellbeing. Shirley also explained how she helps her clients find their real purpose in life. We had a great question via email to Shirley from Devon Buchanon in London, regarding what tools/methodologies Shirley would recommend to help engage with the process of change without it disrupting the paths of those we love.
Shirley also has a great book just released, “12 Words, Think it, Do it, Feel it” which you could WIN a free signed copy. Tune into the show before 30th November 2015 to hear how you can be in with a chance of winning a copy.
Kerry Hales returned to WCW today to give us an update on what she has been up to since her last appearance, including the challenges she has set herself (the 100 day Burpee), those she sets her clients (monthly Mojo) and more to come in 2016 (90 day “Get It Done”). As Kerry said herself, she is proactively raising her visibility and is now everywhere!
Hear Derek Appleton (of Herne Bay Boccia) talk to Jan about his fantastic achievements as an Endurance Walker and Runner.
We are delighted to be able to attend this year’s Wellbeing Symposium on 11th November 2015 at the Kent Event Centre, Deltling, Kent Showground. Miranda joined us in the studio to give us the low down on all the great speakers lined up plus some “hot off the press” news. Don’t forget you can get your discounted ticket if you quote the code Jan mentions during the show. See you there.
We were joined by Dr Sophie Shotter, founder of Illuminate Skin Clinics. It was a delight to hear Dr Sophie’s training in cosmetic medicine is extensive. She told us that this area in the UK is not very regulated and basic requirements to perform injectable treatments are minimal. However, her ethics have spurred her to go above and beyond to ensure she is offering her clients the best treatments available in a safe environment. Another award winner too, Dr Sophie shared a few top tips on skincare for all.
Yes, we were back live in the Channel Radio studio with another wonderful guest, the lovely Dee Stringer of Swelling Matters. She turned up in her bright and cheery car and then explained how she started her own business 15 months ago and has had huge successes with her clients, as well as winning 2 awards at the fantastic Health and Beauty Awards earlier this year. Dee explains what Lipedema and Lymphoedema are and how she can help with a variety of treatments in the privacy of her client’s own homes.