Meet Grown Up Wendy! Peter Pan may not have wanted to grow up, but Wendy did. Then she got knocked up. Our LIVE show guest this week is Paula Rhodes, who plays grown up Wendy in “The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy,” an award-winning series. ...more
If you caught Katie Couric's warm, insightful, personal keynote chat with Lisa Stone at BlogHer '12, then you already know that she understands the value of social media. But now Katie is giving bloggers a special seat on her eponymous new daytime talk show. Motivational speaker and blogger Brene Brown, The Bloggess Jenny Lawson, Kelly Wickham of Mocha Momma, Karen of Worn Off Novelties, and Erin Kotecki Vest of Queen of Spain are on Thursday, September 13....more
The Oprah Winfrey Show is over and I've used up the last of Kleenex.
Before watching the show, I had all kinds of things I planned to say about why I’ll miss Oprah’s daily hour of love, laughter, pathos, confession, inspiration and enlightenment.
But what I wanted to write changed after watching the show....more
After watching the Oprah interview with Nadya Suleman today, I came away with thoughts about this 34 year old mother of 14 children, where before, I didn't actually have any. You see, I never actually took to the whole "Octomom" phenomnea that the media/talk shows & mainstream America had come to define this person by....more
Since yesterday, we knew the official public announcement was coming and today we got it. Oprah Winfrey announced on a live broadcast that she will end "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2011 after 25 years.
After much prayer and months' of careful thought, I've decided next season, season 25, will be the last season of "The Oprah Winfrey Show.
With those words, the most powerful woman in television shook up not only the daytime TV world, but the TV world as a whole.
by April Daniels Hussar, for BettyConfidential.com
The email arrived about a month ago from a friend of mine ... The Martha Stewart show is looking for people named April for Martha's ALL APRIL show on April 1st!
As women, telling stories comes naturally to most of us. We also know how to get the word out fast. Incorporate social networking and the on-line movement and there's potential for a social change explosion. It seems women are starting to renew our communities and the planet at an ex