Suzanne Somers InterviewSuzanne Somers talks about her 25th book, “Tox-Sick” and gives the audience tips on how they can live a healthier lifestyle. Some of those tips include switching to organic foods and skincare products. She also advises switching to toxic-free household cleaners and adding more probiotics to your diet. Suzanne herself has eliminated sugar and grains from her diet. Suzanne is also gearing up for her Las Vegas show “Suzanne Sizzles” opening May 23rd at the Westgate Last Vegas Resort & Casino. Later, Suzanne heads to the kitchen to prepare Basil Parsley Pesto Pasta and granita! You can pick up Suzanne's new book at online bookstores.
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Zoe McLellan Stops ByActress Zoe McLellan sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about her role on NCIS: New Orleans and her role off-screen: being a mom. Zoe opens up about the challenges of raising a son on her own, which she says makes her tougher on screen; she even does her own stunts! Zoe says the the city of New Orleans is the lead character of her show and the city welcomed the show with open arms.
Don't miss Zoe on "NCIS: New Orleans" every Tuesday, 10/9c on CBS
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All About MomKym Douglas gives you some great Mother’s Day Gift ideas that include silverware, jewelry, handbags and purses! Kym points out that Mark is both the mother and the father to his two boys and the handbags are masculine enough for him to enjoy. This leads to Mark modeling one of the bags for the show! Kym points out that all the items mentioned can be rush delivered, but need to be ordered today to arrive in time for Mother’s Day.
Check out Kym's suggested gift ideas below:
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Baby BlingTanya Memme shows you how to bling up your baby’s wardrobe without breaking your wallet. She decorates shoes for under $35. She says the main thing you need is Fabric Fusion to help glue the feathers to the shoes. You can also add rhinestones using a Crystal Glue Pen. She says let the glue dry for 30 minutes before putting them on. She also makes her own shoelaces for the shoes, using fancy ribbons.
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Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com
Raising Kids to ThriveThe author of “Raising Kids to Thrive,” Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg talks to the parents on Home & Family. Kenneth explains that “Helicopter” parenting can make kids anxious and afraid to fail. He advises to look past immediate goals to raise successful children who are tenacious, resilient, empathetic and innovative. The doctor also believes kids should have navigational skills and parents should love their child unconditionally, but keep your expectations high. You can pick up Dr. Ginsburg's book at online bookstores.
Check out Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg's website at fosteringresilience.com
Purchase "Raising Kids to Thrive" on Amazon.com
DIY Faux Pedestal TableKen Wingard takes items bought at his local hardware store and makes a faux pedestal table. You even buy the shelf at your hardware store.
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Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com and follow him on Twitter @KennethWingard
Hallmark Pet ProjectDr. Kwane Stewart stops by to talk about Be Kind to Animals Week, which is from May 3rd-9th, and is the longest-running, most successful humane education campaign in America, going back to 1915! The goal is to educate the importance of being aware of kindness. Kwane is even joined by Hallmark Channel’s Pet Ambassador, Happy the Dog! Mark and Cristina take the Kindness 100 Pledge. The goal is to get one million people to take the pledge.
Get more information about animals in entertainment at HumaneHollywood.org
Take the Kindness Pledge at Kindness100.org
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DIY Distressed Terra Cotta Pots
Designer and author Kelly Edwards shows you a great Mother’s Day gift idea, making your own Terra Cotta pots. She emphasizes you don’t need to be an artist to do this project. She also encourages you to use any color you want with paint.
Get more from Kelly at KellyEdwardsInc.com