Positively Living with Leslie Godbold “Feel the Love” Valentine Giveaway

Positively Living with Leslie Godbold “Feel the Love” Valentine Giveaway

“Positively Living with Leslie Godbold”
Valentine’s Day Giveaway Package
An hour relaxation massage by Stasi Bodywork.

“Feel the Love” Package

This giveaway is to “Pamper and Relax” your Valentine or yourself. This sixty(60) minute escape will relax the winner with a massage experience to wash the stress away. Love is in the air!
(Organic Essential Oils and Aromatherapy are part of relaxation massage sessions)

Stasi Bodywork has 2 locations for our winner to choose from:

Asheville location
711 Biltmore Ave
Asheville NC 28803
828-545-1850

Or

Black Mountain location
10 East Market Street, Suite B
Black Mountain, NC 28711
828-545-1850

Thanks to our sponsor, Stasi Bodywork for this positive giveaway!
For more information on Stasi Bodywork go to Stasi Bodywork website

To be entered into the drawing for this “Feel the Love” package, comment on this blog, (insure we can contact you if you win) OR email events@lesliegodbold.com include Feel the Love in your subject line.

All entries will be placed in a drawing to be held on the afternoon of Thursday Feb. 12,2015 . All winners will be awarded by Leslie Godbold .

Restrictions and qualifications do apply to this giveaway. No cash value can be expected or given. Not responsible for lost or unreceived entries.

Good Luck, you deserve to be treated like a Valentine! Love yourself or your valentine!

Our Thanks to Stasi Bodywork in Asheville and Black Mountain NC. A Proud sponsor of “Positively Living with Leslie Godbold”

Our Thanks to Stasi Bodywork in Asheville and Black Mountain NC. A Proud sponsor of “Positively Living with Leslie Godbold”

Stasi Bodywork has been a loyal sponsor of “Positively Living with Leslie Godbold” movement for years. Stasi believes in Leslie Godbold’s mission , to support and encourage women and girls to inspire personal growth, to increase confidence and empowerment in themselves while encouraging others growth and path! This mission is currently being achieved through syndicated radio shows, public speaking and promotional events and social media platforms.

STASI BODYWORK

Stasi is a women-owned business, now serving the communities of Asheville and Black Mountain. With years of hands-on experience, effectively addressing structural imbalances, we can help you achieve your desired goals while preventing future injuries. We have many options to gear your therapy in the direction most therapeutic to you and our knowledgeable staff is willing to help in any way to make your experience a very healing one. Massages, Chiropractic Treatments, Workout Training, Posture Alterations.

Did you know that over 90% of non-impact injuries can be traced back to postural imbalance through static or dynamic movements? We observe, record and educate on application of proper postural biomechanics and recommended treatment methods for self-maintenance.

Stasi Bodywork website
10 East Market Street, Suite B
Black Mountain, NC 28711
828-545-1850
contact@stasibodywork.com

711 Biltmore Ave
Asheville NC 28803
828-545-1850
contact@biltmoremassageandbodywork.com

Stasi is owned and managed by Allie Warfel LMBT, Janeen Hulbert DC, and Mary Prohaska.

Together, they joined forces to redefine healthcare. They believe health is relative to the “body-holder” and strive to provide the most effective therapies needed for lasting results so you can feel confident in your body!

Stand up for yourself and others with Nicole Middendorf and Shane Koyczan

We focus on the topic “Stand up for yourself and others” Host, Leslie Godbold shares her conversation “Standing up for yourself and others” explains standing for for yourself or others does not mean you are aggressive but rather balanced and fair.

Nicole Middendorf owner of Prosper well Financial joins us to share the financial black holes and hidden monies that may exist for different stages of our life. For more information go to her website at http://prosperwell.com

To continue Our “Stand up for yourself and others” turns to Ted Talks for this message.
…hilarious and haunting, poet Shane Koyczan puts his finger on the pulse of what it’s like to be young and … different. “To This Day,” his spoken-word poem about bullying, captivated millions as a viral video (created, crowd-source style, by 80 animators). Here, he gives a glorious, live reprise with backstory and violin accompaniment by Hannah Epperson.

Thank you for tuning in to our show today on WSVM 1490 VRadio at 9am and WZGM 1350 at Noon. Our show is also available on your Tunein app on channel “Positively Living” at Noon.

This episode will be available by podcast after broadcasting.

Positively Living has made YOU the focus for 2015! Improving all areas of your life, together!

Positively Living has made YOU the focus for 2015! Improving all areas of your life, together!

For 2015, we at Positively Living are dedicating our shows to You!

We have done the research ,we have spoken with experts and everyday people about business, relationship, personal growth, children, parents, ,happiness, sex, aging, mind sets, behaviors and more . We want thoughts, experiences, expertise and more on the topics and questions , you have been contacting us with. We want to hear from you!

“How can I stand out from the competition? What are the topic 5 steps I can take to be successful? Why can’t I be the best at something? How can I help my friend, children, self, community survive ___________________?”

Research has shown over and over again, the benefits of having a positive perspective. From relationships, to work, to personal growth and happiness, positive perspective can make a tremendous impact in every area of your life.

During January, we will focus on the Power of Positive Perspectives! Host Leslie Godbold will start each show with a step or action that will inform and inspire you to shift back to being that positive light you want to be.

On Today’s “Positively Living with Leslie Godbold

Today, Leslie shares information and positive inspiration on a simple action that can start to improve your perspective within days.

Also on today’s show are interviews with two women who are moving forward and taking action to improve the lives or business of others.

A local woman, Tracy Porter and a colleague join us to explain about these power strips, you have asked about. The bandage strip that delivers pain relief with naturally . How does it work? What is in it? A local woman who is making a difference!

Social Profit Strategies’s Michelle Smith will join us to share the reasons and solutions , when You have the drive and determination to improve the world but there is a few hick ups in the process. Even non-profits have to keep the lights on!

We end with a laugh or a chuckle, in our Laugh Out Loud segment but also your action step to make the difference you want in your life!

All this and more on today’s a Positively Living with Leslie Godbold!

**************** Thank you for listening to Positively Living********

Host Leslie Godbold loves to hear from you! Please share your thoughts, recommendations, questions, problems,stories, lessons learned and successes by emailing her at leslie@lesliegodbold.com

Positively Living with Leslie Godbold broadcasts every Monday at 9am WSVM 1490am VRadio from Hickory, Morganton and Valdese
@ Noon on WZGM 1350am Independent Asheville Radio . The noon broadcast can be heard on you tunein app. Search for the “Positively Living ” channel. Please make it your favorite on tunein, thanks!

Free Podcasts are also available for your listening on your schedule. Go to our web site http://www.positivelylivingpositivelywomen.com

Large Job Fair coming to Asheville NC on January 7th 2015

Job Fair employers announced
Job seekers with a New Year’s resolution of advancing their career in 2015 can start with the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce’s 9th Annual Homecoming Job Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, January 7, 2015. Presented by The Omni Grove Park Inn, the job fair will be held at the Davis Event Center at the WNC Agriculture Center in Fletcher.

With nearly 100 employers and job seeker resources slated to attend, Western North Carolina’s largest annual job fair will showcase regional employment opportunities in growth industries, including advanced manufacturing, health services, technology, financial services, and hospitality.

New Belgium Brewing will kick off its Asheville hiring process at the Chamber’s job fair and will be hiring for about 50 positions throughout 2015 for its new brewery in West Asheville and its distribution center in Enka-Candler. Also new in 2015, Venture Asheville and a handful of high-growth tech and startup companies, including BuildFax, RISC Networks, Hot Wax and Trunk Media, will be represented and seeking talent to hire.

In total, participating companies will be looking to fill an estimated 6,000 positions available in the region. Information on participating employers is currently listed online at http://www.HomecomingJobFair.com.

As an added benefit, the job fair will include career seminars sponsored by AARP for area job seekers at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. titled, “Life Reimagined for Work: Are you 40+ and wanting to find work or make a career change?” Job seekers are encouraged to bring resumes for distribution, as many employers will accept applications at the event.

Buncombe County has an outbreak of Pertsussis aka whooping cough per Buncombe County Health Department

Increase in Whooping Cough in WNC:
3 Steps that provide a “Shield of Protection”

Recently, there has been an increase in the number of persons sick with pertussis (whooping cough) in Western N.C., including Buncombe County and some surrounding counties. Buncombe County currently has 19 cases of pertussis.

Pertussis is an infection that affects the upper airways and is easily spread from person-to-person by coughing or sneezing. Anyone can get pertussis but it is especially dangerous and can even be deadly for babies. About 50% of all infants younger than one year of age who get pertussis are hospitalized. Most people who die from whooping cough are infants that are too young to be fully immunized.

At first, symptoms are typically like those of the common cold, including:
· Runny nose;
· Low-grade fever; and
· Mild, occasional cough.
· Infants may have a pause in their breathing, known as apnea.

After one to two weeks, symptoms can worsen to include:
· Severe coughing fits or spells, followed by a high-pitched “whoop” sound when a breath is taken;
· Vomiting (throwing-up) after coughing fits, especially in young children; and
· Exhaustion (feeling very tired) after coughing fits.
· The illness can be less severe and the typical “whoop” can be absent in teens and adults, especially those who have been immunized against pertussis.

Three simple steps can provide a shield of protection for individuals and their loved ones against pertussis and other deadly preventable diseases.

Step 1: Get Immunized
The best way to prevent pertussis is to get immunized. DTaP is the immunization given to infants and children starting at 2 months of age. Because young children are not adequately protected against pertussis until they have received at least three doses of DTaP, it is also especially important that family members, caregivers of infants, and members in our community are immunized against pertussis. Based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations, Buncombe County Medical Director Dr. Jennifer Mullendore strongly recommends a one-time Tdap booster for preteens, teens and adults. It is also recommended that all women receive a Tdap booster in the third trimester of each pregnancy, regardless of whether they were already immunized.

By staying up-to-date on immunizations, individuals provide a shield of protection not only for themselves and their loved ones but also to vulnerable populations like infants and small children, those with pre-existing health conditions, and the elderly by reducing the likelihood of spreading preventable communicable diseases like pertussis.

Step 2: Practice Good Health Habits
Practicing good health habits, like frequent handwashing or using alcohol-based hand sanitizers and covering your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, can help prevent the spread of pertussis and other illnesses.

Step 3: Sick? See your Health Care Provider
Early diagnosis and treatment of pertussis is very important to prevent spread of the infection. Anyone with symptoms of pertussis should stay home from school, work or other group activities and make an appointment with their doctor. Contact your health care provider if you or your child has symptoms of pertussis. Sometimes antibiotics are given to people who have been exposed to pertussis even if they don’t have symptoms. This is done to protect babies and other vulnerable people from pertussis.

Individuals should contact their health care provider, pharmacy or local health department to get up-to-date on Tdap and other immunizations to protect themselves and their families. Visit http://www.buncombecounty.org/immunize for more information and watch and share our Pertussis PSA below.

Positively Living today, who is this Celebrity? Can you guess?

On today’s Laugh Out Loud, we have funny “Whose line is it” clip to focus on a female celebrity. Can you guess who she is?

One clue to help you:
Her quote ”
Pour yourself a drink,
Put on your lipstick and Pull yourself together”
Even if you know who she is, don’t miss her hilarious clip! At 9:45 on WSVM VRadio 1490 Morganton/Hickory/Valdese, 3:45 on WZGM 1350 Independent Asheville Radio Asheville/Black Mountain and 3:45pm on the Positively Living channel on Your tunein app! Have fun!

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