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Ready, Set, Green: Eight Weeks to Modern Eco-Living

This week on Breaking Through - Meaghan O’Neill -MeghanONeill
January 26, 2010 – 8PM EST

Breaking Through with Georgiann - Interview with Meaghan O'Neill

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Meet Meaghan O’Neill, editor of and  TreeHugger just celebrated five years and O’Neill played a key role in launching the site, which now receives about 4 million hits per month. She recently launched a book, “Ready, Set, Green: Eight Weeks to Modern Eco-Living” and has made a difference in the lives of so many TreeHugger readers.

The time to save the planet is now

readysetgreenReady? Set? Green! Living green means reversing climate change, but it also means protecting your kids and pets, improving your own health, and saving money. And it doesn’t necessarily demand a radical overhaul of your life-just some simple adjustments, such as switching to healthier cleaning products and driving fewer miles each week.

Including advice on how to properly insulate your house, cancel junk mail, and choose fruits and veggies wisely, Ready, Set, Green will help you change the future of the planet and restore balance to your daily life.

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The Meaning of Life

This Week on Breaking Through – Randy Rogersrandy
January 19, 2010 – 8PM EST

Breaking Through with Georgiann - Interview with Randy Rogers

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Do you ever wonder about your purpose here on Earth? What about mankind’s greater role in relation to the Universe? For many years, as CEO of a Los Angeles-based production company, Randy Rogers never gave these big questions any thought at all.
Then a flash of metaphysical insight and an investigative journey changed his life. Now, Randy knows there is something out there greater than ourselves—the key of life.  Join him live as he discusses his profound journey of self-discovery and the book that reveals the whole story: The Key of Life.

Tune in to what is sure to be one of 2010’s most inspirational, thought-provoking episodes of Breaking Through with Georgiann.

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Feeling Out of Sorts? Get Back in Balance

This Week on Breaking Through -Dyan Garrisdyangarriscolor300
January 12, 2010 – 8PM EST

Breaking Through with Georgiann - Interview with Dyan Garris

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We are all multi-dimensional beings. We exist physically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally. We all play different roles in our lives. And because of the messages most of us took from our caretakers as we grew up, we often find ourselves stuck in life, unable to move forward.

Sometimes we find ourselves stuck in patterns of behavior or repeating relationships and jobs and patterns that don’t serve our greater well-being. We find ourselves at a loss of how to extricate ourselves. We find ourselves at a loss on how to move forward.

Dyan Garris connects you with your Angels and Spirit Guides. She connects you with hope and inspiration and the means to embrace your life in new, deeper, and more meaningful ways.

Tune in next week for what promises to be a truly enlightening hour with Dyan as she talks to us about the power of Chakra balancing.

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Change Your Relationship With Money Starting Today

This Week on Breaking Through -Ardy Skinnerardyskinner
January 05, 2010 – 8PM EST

Breaking Through with Georgiann - Interview with Ardy Skinner

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Ardy Skinner knows, through personal experience, how to weather the economic storm and come out on top. She’s a Lavish Cheapskate, a new breed of cheapskate that has accomplished “lavish liberation” by using more ingenuity than money, more passion than experience, and more focused mindset than mainstream financial investing. And in her new book, The Lavish Cheapskate, Everyday Strategies to Free Up Money and Recession-Proof Your Life, Skinner helps people from all walks of life launch and build a recession-proof life which leads to liberation, one case-scenario comparison at a time (with hard numbers to show the outcome).

“A tough economy is a blessing for your personal financial mindset. Having a limited income forces you to become conscious of everyday spending and to become acutely aware of what money is for. That’s where the true meaning of money emerges; the perception that is the foundation to personal success in all areas of life.”

Skinner adds that in an uncertain economy, double-income families are at unusually high risk, because knowing their bare-minimum isn’t on their agenda. And when the economy turns around again, it is the Lavish Cheapskates that will become more successful by maintaining these daily principles.”

Packed with practical advice straight from the trenches, The Lavish Cheapskate is a do-it-now guide to recession proof your life, even if you’re at the threat of losing a job. In her book, Skinner defies conventional methods, citing that the “coupon-savings plan” in the grocery store is a “waste of time and money” and calls them “spending stimulation tickets.” She explains how any household can free up more money by abandoning them—and leveraging that money to recession-proof life.

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