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January Jones-The It Factor with Actress Leesa Rowland

Leesa Rowland

 Why do some people walk into a room and instantly command everyone’s attention and admiration, while others go unnoticed? What makes the difference? The answer is the “It factor,” an inner, positive light that illuminates the darkness and dispels the negative. The vibrant sunshine of charisma resides within every individual soul, just waiting to be revealed—and this book is your first step toward discovering your own bright light!

“The It Factor tells how to access your potential, develop charisma, enhance happiness and maximize your spirituality. It gives both Eastern and Western perspectives and advice from spiritual and religious experts. The East and West coast are both represented by high profile, high achievers, as they share their wisdom in intimate, personal stories.” – Robin Cofer, Ordained Swami Priest and Chaplain

Leesa Rowland is a notable actress who has a cult following for her roles predominantly in horror movies. From childhood Leesa could easily identify her prime assets and attributes and is now using her wisdom to help others discover their inner stars in her new book Discovering the It Factor within You. The book takes readers on a journey through her colorful past and her contemplative path to self-discovery.

She is primarily known for her role as victoria in Troma Entertainment’s “Class of Nuke ‘Em High,” parts 2 and 3, Starz Channel’s

“Return to Nuke ‘Em High” and for her role as Phyllis in
Travis Campbell’s thriller “Slaughter Daughter.”

Aside from her “Scream Queen” life, Leesa is active on the New York City charity circuit and is predominantly supportive of children, victims of domestic violence and animal causes. Leesa is also the founder and president of the nonprofit orga- nization, Animal Ashram, an animal welfare group located in New York City.

Leesa attended Texas Tech university and Stella Adler Conservatory in Los Angles. She has studied method acting, yoga, spirituality, charisma, Buddhism, and metaphysics for over twenty years.

Meet Leesa Rowland

Kids Speak Up! Healthy Food, Yes or No. Thurs. 1pm ET

KidsSpeakUp,Hands

Have you ever found yourself throwing your hands up when reacting to your obstinate kids while shouting, “Go ahead. I’ve had enough. Do want you want.” Kids have opinions about whether they should or want to eat healthy food. They are quick to tell us, their parents, what they think about our better-for-you food suggestions and rules. Do you wonder if their rejections are really what they believe in their heart and minds? Why do they resist? What can be said to change them so they willingly choose peanuts over cotton candy, water over sodas, turkey burgers over chicken nuggets, or salad over fries? For the first time, we have invited a young guest to answer these questions candidly, Julia. She will also give us some tips on what has worked to convince her to choose healthy food over junk food. Also, she’ll share how she learned a few food truths the hard way after doing it her way. Julia is outspoken so the perfect kid to guide us away from turn-off mistakes. She is for real. Wait until you hear her responses to our questions. There will definitely be some take-away for you!

Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Julia, Co-Host Carolina Jantac, RDN (Kid Kritics Approved) and me as we wise up on how to speak to kids about better food choices! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

www.KidKritics.org
www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com

January Jones-Silver Seas-Entertainer

January Jones-Silver Seas-Entertainer

 

Ashley Harrell

Let Me Entertain You

It’s catching up with me that I only have one month left of cruising. I never thought when I started working as a singer on the Silver Wind, that I would still be doing it today.

There are still so many places I haven’t yet. I feel so conflicted – such a huge part of me wants to be back “home” and settled, working in NYC and having more regular contact with my friends and family… but the other half wants to continue this adventure forever.

I’m absolutely addicted to this wondrous lifestyle. You don’t realize how diverse and strangely accessible the world is until you find yourself in a career of this kind.