Hacks for Success Minded Moms

On this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, Nikki Oden joins Roy Ice to talk about how to create a mom life you love and how to get off the Hot Mess Express — for good! Oden, a happy mom of two shares her story and insights on motherhood and the common struggles with harmonizing what they have to do with what they want to do. She provides realistic advice and life lessons on how to love your mom life and yourself a little more in her new book titled “But Definitely Wear Mascara: Hacks to Help You Love Your Mom Life.”

How Bicycles Are Destroying Human Trafficking

How can a bunch of bicycles help end human trafficking?
In this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast, Brad Ortenzi joins host Roy Ice to discuss his upcoming race to raise awareness for child trafficking.
Beginning on June 17, 2023, Ortenzi’s organization is undertaking a 3,000-mile, non-stop, transcontinental relay race from California to Maryland to help raise awareness of human trafficking and raise funds for the nonprofit, ZOE International. There is a diverse group of cyclists, including a detective who works with Homeland Security, a 6th-grade teacher, a bank president, two business owners, a research scientist, a project manager, and a land survey vice president, all united in this important cause.
The episode also explores Ortenzi’s backstory as a former undercover child exploitation investigator and how his experiences in Thailand led him to become involved in the fight against human trafficking with ZOE International. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in learning more about this important cause and how bicycles can play a role in making a difference.

How is the Media Making You Fight?

In this episode of the Lifestyle.org Podcast with Roy Ice, we delve into the topic of conflict and how the media is contributing to it. Our guests, Nolan Higdon & Mickey Huff, both professors and authors join us for a discussion on fake news, junk food news, and promoting constructive dialogue instead of destructive dialogue. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the anger and conflict in society, then this is the episode for you. Tune in to learn more about how the media is affecting our behavior and what we can do to combat it.


5 Ways To Build Your Child’s Self-Worth

What good parent doesn’t want their kids to be happy and successful? But how do we do that, exactly? We compliment and affirm, support them, tell them to chase their dreams, and teach them to live for something bigger than themselves. What else can we do? According to experts, we should teach them how to be…

Lifestyle #3215

Family Affair with Kathy Garver

We all handle rejection differently, but it’s important we keep moving forward regardless. Join us today as we talk with acclaimed actress Kathy Garver, to hear her thoughts on self-image and discuss her passion for living every minute.

Living With Stuttering

In this episode of “Living With Stuttering,” host Roy Ice interviews Kimberly Ball, who shares her personal journey with stuttering and how it impacted her social and emotional life. Kimberly opens up about her family’s history with stuttering and how connecting with others who stutter has helped her feel less alone. As an educator with extensive experience and educational background in Communicative Disorders and Special Education, Kimberly discusses the importance of education, advocacy, resilience and counseling in helping individuals manage stuttering and break free from the stigma that often accompanies it. Tune in to hear her inspiring story, along with valuable insights and advice for those facing similar challenges.

Lifestyle #3209

Etiquette with Zoë Yeoman

Today’s guest is working hard to reintroduce etiquette to the world. Appearing in such shows as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, David E. Kelley’s, The Practice, and The Drew Carey Show, actress Zoë Yeoman has been teaching respect and empathy through etiquette to help make the world a better place.


5 Tips To Reduce & Resolve Conflict

Conflict happens. Period. There’s no escaping it, no matter how hard you try. Even silly, trivial things can flare up into full-blown arguments. It’s crazy.  Since we can’t eliminate conflict, we should at least know effective ways to deal with it, starting with creating healthy boundaries and balancing our emotions to reduce unnecessary stress and…

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