Get in HarMoney with Your Money with Renee Cabourne, CFP

Tune in Tuesday, June 24th, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET as Nancy Ferrari’s featured guest on The Nancy Ferrari Show is Renée Cabourne, CFP®, founder of Money Savvy Woman,  an Inspirational Speaker, Financial Advisor, Money Coach, and Author who uses her passion and expertise to help her clients, students, and readers transform their financial confusion and struggle into clarity and an exciting relationship with money. She’s also a wife, sister, and friend who understands that true wealth comes when one lives their purpose and nurtures the people in their life that make it meaningful, enjoyable, and abundant.
Her educational background in Entrepreneurialism, Finance, Civil Service, and Education provided her with a unique skillset, breadth of knowledge, and the experience necessary to nurture her clients, students, and readers. Mentored by some of the pillars of the financial industry, business-leading experts, and powerful transformational coaches, she has created the Money Savvy HarMONEY™ Process, which combines positive and effective communication about money (internally & together in relationships) with the ability to manage money effectively. Her clients benefit from enjoying the freedom, fulfilling relationships, and the ability to get out of their “lack & consumer” mentalities and on to living lives abundantly. In the last 12 months, many of her clients have moved from living paycheck-to-paycheck to having a substantial savings cushion and making monthly investment contributions while eliminating conflicts along the way.
Renée passionately believes that everyone has the right to professional advice, whether they have money to invest or not. She is often heard saying, “If you don’t have any, you need to learn how!” Her Money Savvy HarMONEY™ Process is delivered through one-on-one coaching, retreats, and her Money Savvy University. She is committed to giving those who are motivated to change their current money position the opportunity to do so through sound financial literacy and positive action.
Renée was a nominee of for the 2009 NAWBO-IE Trailblazer Award and the 2009 Los Angeles Business Journal “Women Making a Difference” Award, and the Winner of the 2007 NAWBO-IE A.N.I.T.A. Award.
She resides in southern California with her best friend and husband Ron, and Trevor and Bella, their two Scottish terrier kids. They enjoy traveling, cycling, reading, golf, and pairing wine with gourmet cooking together. She loves spending time serving her Holy Name of Mary church family and Camp Fire Inland So Cal friends. But, her world lights up especially bright when spending time with her first granddaughter Vivian.




Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Menu: Feed a Family of 4 on $126 a Week! RECIPES!

It can be done. For just $124.06 to be exact, our guest, Stacey, shopped for healthier foods she could feed a family of four for under the shoe-string budget she was given. She walked the aisles looking for nutritious foods she could afford. How did she do it? Where did she shop? What menu did she create for 3 healthy meals a day? Would your family find her meals tasty? These questions and more will be answered by Family Food Experts’ Stacey Antine, RD (HealthBarn USA) and author of Appetite for Life on our Oct. 23rd show. Co-host, Carolina Jantac RD (Kid Kritics Approved) and I look forward to sharing Stacey’s food buying and meal planning accomplishment with you. Recipes too!

Join Carolina, Stacey Antine and me as we make your life easier in the kitchen with Better Food Choices. Wednesday, 1pm ET on Health Café Live (

… for the health of your family,


Better Food Choices

January Jones – Laughter For Survival

January Jones – Laughter For Survival

Presenting Joyce Saltman

Joyce Saltman

THERE is little else that will make a person feel as good as will a good laugh, says Joyce Anisman-Saltman, a professor who lectures on the importance of humor.

Ms. Anisman-Saltman believes so strongly that feeling good is something most people will go out of their way for, she has decided to make a living from it. She Joyce Saltman, entertains, lectures and counsels on the art of laughter.

Ms. Anisman-Saltman, a special education professor at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven and a therapist, gives 5 to 10 lectures a week on the importance of humor as part of the curriculum for future special education teachers and at businesses, schools, hospitals and community groups as far away as Alaska, New Foundland and Mexico. She calls the lectures ”Laughter: Rx for Survival.”