Wednesday Mornings with Amelia, chief editor of TheFrisky.com
Love, Life Stars and Style chat with Amelia
Amelia Parry is the editor-in-chief of The Frisky, a blog for women that launched in March 2008. As of March 2010, the site has grown to a readership of 3.35 million unique visitors and 18 million page views per month, while Amelia's Diet Coke habit has grown to 3-4 cans a day.
In her free time, Amelia hangs out at home in NYC's Lower East Side with her dog Lucca (the best byproduct of her failed engagement), rides her bike (without a helmet), reads books (only 40 percent of which are chick lit), buys dresses, watches movies (only 30 percent of which are chick flicks), hangs out with my awesome crew of friends, and dreams about the day she will finally get a second vacation (the first was to Costa Rica, where she learned to surf).
The six things she can’t live without are her dog, red wine, peonies, feminism, flip-flops, and pasta. Get your dose of Amelia at www.TheFrisky.com
Thursday with Airbrushd Amy from Forged Fitness at CastleBranch
Daily fitness tips from Airbrushed Amy and trainers at Forged Fitness
Airbrushed Amy is a trainer at Forged Fitness located at CastleBranch. They offer Forged Fit (boot camp), Pilates, Yoga and the world famous Booty Barre. Listen each Thursday for your weekly fitness tip!
Forged Fitness is open to the public!
On the web: forgedwb.com
Friday Mornings with Elisha of Blush, Haus of Beaute
For all things beauty including hair, make-up, products and more, Elisha has all your beauty information!
Growing up in a small town hair salon on “the other side of the bridge” in the coastal town of Surf City N.C, "pretty is as pretty does" was embeddedin me at the ripe old age of 12. Being an old soul since the day I was born, roller sets and timing perms came easy to a young girl that was beyondher years. Flipping through fashion magazines and listening to the love stories and fantasies of small town women wanting more, it became my mission to see the world. I left that town two weeks after graduating high school for Dallas, Texas. After all, that’s where big hair started. I was pursuing my mothers dreams at the time, later to realize they were in fact my own. I trained with the best in the business at Toni and Guy Hairdressing Academy, finished at 19, and knew I wasn’t ready to go home just yet. Having an audience was still my favorite thing, so I thought Hollywood was the way to go. I moved to Los Angeles, California to learn how to do special effects make up school at the Make-Up Designery. After a short visit back to NC, my mother had a plan for me.
Follow Blush on Pinterest @Blush HausofBeaute or on Twitter @BlushHOB
Also follow Elisha's blog at http://www.ohbeaute.blogspot.com/