Valentines Day is right around the corner and we want to know what you think of this “Special Day”.
In this episode we talk about what we think of Valentines Day. Is this day Overrated? Is it the one day you do something nice for that special someone in your life?
Take a listen and find out what we think!
In this episode we talk about living a homestead lifestyle . Homestead lifestyle to us, means your pretty much off the living off the grid. What does that mean and what does it entail? Take a listen to find out!
What does a Homestead Lifestyle look like for you?
What happens at the beginning of year? You see a big increase of people going to the gym! Are you one of those people that said you are going to make it to the gym more often this year? The question is… Are you still going?
Going to the gym is important, but we also understand that things come up and you might not make it in as often as you would like. Don’t make it a habit NOT to go. However, in this show we share a few tips on what you can do to keep you motivated, getting to the gym each week, and a few tips on what you can do if you miss a day.
January is National Blood Donor Month. In this episode we talk about the importance of donating blood and recognize people who make this lifesaving contribution. Then in true fashion, we get off topic somehow and talk about… Vampires?
On a serious note, if you are thinking about donating blood be sure to contact your local Red Cross for more information.
We have another great episode ready for you! Take a listen as we sit down and talk with Green Beret turn author, Mr. Robert Patrick Lewis!
Rob has written a couple of books, ‘Love Me When I’m Gone’ (http://www.lovemewhenimgone.com) and ‘The Pact’ (http://thepactbook.com).
Rob shares with us how he got started in writing and his years as a Green Beret. Rob, talks about the books he has written and announces his NEW book coming out soon, ‘The Pact II’. You want to know what its about?… Take a listen, you won’t be disappointed!
In this episode we sit down with our friend Mr. Travis Wilson. Travis is the CEO of ‘Time For A Hero’ a Non-profit 501©3 that helps SOF Veterans with TBI using Stem Cells. This is breakthrough technology that is helping our nations Heroes. Travis explains what it does and how it’s done. It really is something special and very educational. You don’t want to miss this.
We also encourage you to check out the Time For A Hero website at… https://www.timeforahero.org