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  • 09 Apr 2019 10:09 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

  • 05 Apr 2019 4:06 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Jumpstart Your Weight Loss with Hypnosis

    2 hour motivational classes forming now:

    6:00 – 8:00 pm

    • Tampa – Thurs., April 18; 4100 W. Kennedy Blvd., #327

    • Pinellas County – Wed., April 24; 607 First Ave. S.W., Largo, 33770

    Success is yours using the power of your mind! Start your healthy life-style with confidence.

    In this 2 hour motivational class, learn what's holding you back from reaching your goals.

    Through the use of hypnosis and guided imagery you will learn how to gain control of your goals.

    Your instructors are Patricia Simone and Lea Davis, Certified Consulting Hypnotists.

    $45. paid in advance. Credit cards accepted. Space is limited so call today.

    Pinellas registration: 631-942-0506 or email

    Tampa registration: 813-415-5780 or email

  • 14 Feb 2019 8:34 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Self-Care Starter Kit for Busy Moms

    with Best-Selling Author Jody Agard

    Join other moms, like YOU, who need a little guidance in the 'self-care' department.

    Jody Agard will guide you through a 60 minute workshop to teach you the importance of Self-Care, what self-care actually looks like, how you can make it a priority and fit it into you hectic schedule, and other tips and tricks to help you feel more cared for and nurtured as a mom.

    ~ Sit back & relax

    ~ Enjoy a glass of wine (or water)

    ~ Meet other local moms

    ~ Learn why self-care is so important

    ~ Get tips from Self Care Coach and Best Selling Author, Jody Agard

    ~ Attending this workshop IS itself an act of Self-Care.



    REGISTER ONLINE @ http://bit/ly/SelfCare25

  • 10 Jan 2019 5:44 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Heart Gallery of Tampa, Inc

    Member of the Board of Directors


    The mission of the Heart Gallery of Tampa is to raise awareness of Tampa’s waiting foster children, engage the community in their welfare and secure permanent, loving adoptive families.

    For more information, please visit Heart Gallery of Tampa’s website at Position

    The Board will support the work of Heart Gallery of Tampa and provide mission-based leadership and

    strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by Heart Gallery of Tampa’s Executive Director, the Board-Executive Director relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected. Specific Board Member responsibilities include:

    Leadership, governance and oversight

    • Serving as a trusted advisor to the Executive Director as he/she develops and implements Heart Gallery of Tampa’s strategic plan.
    • Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by Heart Gallery of Tampa for evaluating its impact, and regularly measuring its performance and effectiveness using those metrics; reviewing agenda and supporting materials prior to board and committee meetings.
    • Approving Heart Gallery of Tampa’s annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities.
    • Contributing to an annual performance evaluation of the Executive Director.
    • Assisting the Executive Director and board chair in identifying and recruiting other Board Members.
    • Partnering with the Executive Director and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are carried out.
    • Serving on committees or task forces and taking on special assignments.
    • Representing Heart Gallery of Tampa to stakeholders; acting as an ambassador for the organization.
    • Ensuring Heart Gallery of Tampa’s commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects the communities Heart Gallery of Tampa serves.


    Heart Gallery of Tampa Board Members will consider Heart Gallery of Tampa a philanthropic priority and will support the organization by attending fundraisers, events and making a personally significant financial commitment for each fiscal year.

    Board terms/participation

    Heart Gallery of Tampa’s Board Members will serve a two or three-year term to be eligible for re- appointment for one additional term. Board meetings will be held monthly.


    This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about Heart Gallery of Tampa’s mission.. Selected Board Members will have achieved leadership stature in business, government, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector. His/her accomplishments will allow him/her to attract other well- qualified, high-performing Board Members.

    Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:

    • A commitment to and understanding of Heart Gallery of Tampa’s beneficiaries, preferably based on experience.
    • Savvy diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and persuading, convening, facilitating, and building consensus among diverse individuals.
    • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives of Heart Gallery of Tampa’s beneficiaries.
    • Availability to attend one board meeting per month.

    Service on Heart Gallery of Tampa’s Board of Directors is without remuneration, except for administrative support, travel, and accommodation costs in relation to Board Members’ duties.

  • 08 Jan 2019 4:45 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

  • 08 Jan 2019 4:27 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Dr Cesar Lara

    It is a New Year, a white canvas, a time to reflect and set your sights, your vision on what you would like to accomplish in 2019. New year's resolutions are extremely popular. The majority of Americans make them, but the success rate(1) is estimated to be less than ten percent.

    Losing weight and getting in shape are by far the most popular resolutions, yet despite the increase in traffic at most health clubs and gyms, the ability to maintain the focus and achieve lasting results is often limited, for it is not a quick fix but a lifestyle transformation. Here’s some simple tips to making lasting transformation this new year.

    How to Make Attainable and Reasonable New Year's Resolutions

    Instead of going with the same old weight loss resolution, try setting different goals that will bring meaningful wellness to your life. Methods that don't involve self-deprivation are not only easier to follow but are more enjoyable and beneficial, and you may find that you will actually lose weight!

    Set Goals for Success

    Writing down your resolution without creating a plan on how to achieve the resolution can be problematic. To easily create goals that will stick follow the SMART goal format — goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound.

    Specific means a targeted area that needs improvement. Measurable denotes that you can quantify it, or at least measure your progress. Attainable indicates that it’s a realistic goal for you to accomplish. Relevant means that it’s a worthy goal that matches what you want to achieve with your life. Time-bound signifies that you’ve set deadlines. You can apply the SMART goal format to any of the resolution topics discussed below.


    Are you planning on banning your favorite treat? This may backfire and cause you to binge. Alternatively, make peace with your food triggers. Have that piece of chocolate occasionally instead of setting yourself up for failure.

    Check in with your diet. This could mean asking yourself if you're eating the most nutrient-dense foods possible. Are you including superfoods, like bone broth and fermented foods?

    If you want to create a SMART goal related to food, it could be something like this, “I will eat three servings of fermented foods every week for six weeks.” This goal is specific, attainable, and set for a determined amount of time.


    Create an exercise plan that rejoices in lifelong health benefits. Exercise is definitely a New Year's resolution that you need to come up with specific changes that you want to make. Saying that you're going to "exercise more to lose weight" is not measurable or specific. This goal is poorly worded.

    Actionable examples of specific exercise goals are, “I will exercise a minimum of 150 minutes per week.” Or, “I will attend a yoga class once a week and do yoga at home twice a week.” You can even get more specific, such as, “I will attend a yoga class on Monday and Wednesday every week until the end of May.”


    Nutrition and exercise tend to take precedence when people are making goals, leaving sleep on the backburner. One out of three people(3) don't get enough sleep to promote optimal health and wellbeing. Sleeping less than seven hours per day is linked to an increased risk of conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and frequent mental distress.

    Exposure to artificial light a couple hours before bed can decrease your melatonin production(4), which can keep you up at night. If this sounds like you, definitely make sleep a priority. A goal may look like this, “At 9 pm I’m going to turn off all light-emitting devices.”


    Escaping stress can be difficult, and stress management often takes a back seat to healthy eating and physical activity. Unfortunately, chronic stress is a part of modern society, and often, stress is even considered a sign of success. But without some form of stress management, you will sabotage your best efforts with diet and exercise. Symptoms of chronic stress(5) include fatigue, headaches, digestive distress, decreased immunity, sleep issues, mood swings, sugar cravings, and mood swings.

    Stress relief may involve things like yoga, tai chi, meditation, and visualization practices. But no matter what you decide as your stress relieving activity, it's best to start slowly, especially with techniques like meditation.

    If your resolution is to meditate every morning, be sure you’re setting a reasonable time for yourself. A good place to start is five minutes of meditation every morning, and then you can increase it from there. Beginning slowly will make this type of New Year's resolution much more attainable.

    Probabilities vs. Possibilities

    Often, we fail to see the possibilities and allow statistics, or our past experiences dictate our goals for ourselves. As we continue into the new year, it is important that we consider all the possibilities and give ourselves the freedom to dream the life we want to live. Because, life isn’t always a science but rather a great miracle. Anything and everything is possible.

    Looking at probabilities vs possibilities, I wish that this New Year bring forth to you, an abundance of creative energy, self-love and respect, and that you make the time to dream the big dream. May you achieve everlasting health, balance, peace and prosperity.

  • 02 Jan 2019 10:27 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

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