Monday, December 20, 2010

12/20 - Heloise, Stephanie Oswald, Rabbi Irwin Kula,

Heloise - "Handy Household Hints from Helosie"

Born  - April 15, 1951, Waco, Texas -  Syndicated Newspaper Column  Hints From Heloise runs seven days a week in more than 500 newspapers in the United States and internationally. Contributing Editor of Good Housekeeping magazine and monthly columnist: Good Advice: Heloise to the Rescue

Stephanie Oswald - Travel expert
Travel expert and magazine editor Stephanie Oswald is one of the world’s foremost experts on helping people – specifically women – get the most from their travel experience. Whether they’re just loading up the car to visit grandma or taking an exotic trip to a sexy location, Oswald and the Travel Girl magazine she co-founded is helping people make their trips both fun and interesting. Oswald is a native New Yorker who spent 13 years globetrotting as CNN's travel correspondent and host of the weekend program, CNN Travel Now. Her CNN reporting took her everywhere from The Great Wall of China to The Grand Canyon. She's a savvy traveler-- whether it's a business or pleasure trip, international or domestic. In 2003, she also launched a groundbreaking series called The Weather Channel Road Crew that showcased the "fun" side of weather.

Rabbi Irwin Kula - Holiday Season
Known as both a provocative religious leader and a respected spiritual iconoclast, Irwin Kula has inspired thousands nationwide using Jewish wisdom in ways that speak to modern life. A renowned thinker, teacher, and rabbi, he is the author of Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life (Hyperion, Sept. 2006) winner of a "Books for a Better Life" award, and selected by Spirituality & Health magazine as one the "10 Best Spiritual Books of 2006" and was featured in a national public TV pledge special, "The Hidden Wisdom of Our Yearnings." A leader of religious pluralism, Kula says that the "freedom and openness of America invites us to bring our traditions to the marketplace of ideas. The challenge is to translate these wisdoms into accessible American idioms that inspire and improve our personal and public lives."

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