Jennie Blackton on her denial and then realization she was an alcoholic.
Amy Friedman and Dennis Danziger were married twice before and became each others third spouse. They talk about their marriages, what they learned from them and what advice they now have for those thinking of getting married.
Danny Koch, 4th generation owner of the Town Shop in NYC, a store specializing in fitting and selling bras.
Jan King, best selling author of humor books, on realizing her husband was gay, how she dealt with it for herself and her children, and her advice to others in a similar situation.
Nurui Alam who has been selling fruit on the east side of New York City for years, talks about the health benefits of various fruits such as papaya, mangoes, lemons, apples, blueberries, grapes, cherimoya
Charlie Buckholtz, a rabbi and author, on what he learned from his near death experience.
Esther Mirembe, born in Uganda and raising a young daughter in the the US, talks about her horror when her 9 year old daughter came home from school with questions about what she learned in class about sex, how she feels about it now and advice to parents.
Tom Cotton, an event consultant who has been involved in numerous weddings, gives pointers in what to do and not do when planning your wedding.
Virginia Melin, former LA costume designer stylist, on why this pregnancy (her second) is so much easier than her first, what she's doing differently and her take on all that stuff you think you need.
Hillary Buckholtz, digital animation producer, on the difference between love and lust.
Kyle Gordon on turning 30, with advice to others also turning 30 and his bucket list of things he hopes to do this year.
Lisa, a receptionist in a DC doctor's foot and sports injury office, on how men deal with pain
Janet Donovan, founder of Hollywood on the Potomac.com, on nabbing a celebrity interview,
Aisha Wade, fitness professional, on the power of prayer and why sometimes your prayers aren't answered.
AJ, jazz musician, happily married for 9 years, gives tips on a happy marriage and picking the right mate
Howard talks about his passion for collecting memorabilia from the 60's and 70's and the satisfaction he gets from it.
Shayla Chargois on her grandmother's advice
I.H., daughter of Hollywood dermatologist to the stars, on dos & don't of keeping your face young.
Dr. Ora Frankel, a psychiatrist specializing in panic attacks, on what to do if you have one.
Alistair Roustaing and Ed Robinson, both locals in their mid 20's , give tips on having a fun summer holiday, in London.
Silvestro Conti, an Italian entrepreneur, on the Ugly American and how not to be one.
Karen Fawcett, founder and publisher of bonjourparis.com points out the differences between American and French women and American and French men and what each can learn from the other.
Todd Scudiere, a former airline steward, suggests ways to relieve anxiety when flying.
Annie Jonas, who worked for several years in China after graduating from Stamford, gives tips on food, transportation, attire when visiting China.
Reuben Hampton University of Pennsylvania graduate,
on getting the most out of the school you're headed to.
Renee Baribeau, celebrity Shaman, gives pointers on pulling yourself out of a rotten mood.
Gregory Fleming on on the need to take on multiple jobs to pay off student loans
Jake Rostovsky on transitioning from Julia to Jake with advice to others
dealing with gender identity.
Courtney, a NYC dept. store bridal registry saleswoman on what to request and what not to.
Ben Losman, writer & consultant to international community programs, on the dos and don't of making the right impression on
people of different cultures when traveling.
Lely, married 43 years, on the pros and cons of getting married.
Paul Paoella, a popular LA personal trainer, on how to motivate yourself to exercise.
Melinda Kirschner, clinical psychologist, on ways of bringing joy to her day.
Patrick Terrail, former owner of LA restaurant Ma Mason and current publisher of "85 South" talks about getting married for the first time at 55 and gives advice on how to make a marriage work.
Diane Botnick, who worked with some of the most creative minds of our time,e.g.Menotti, Noguchi, Wadsworth,
Joanne Goulbourne, a top LA doula, on how best to handle a crying baby.
Paolo Rondelli, Republic of San Marino's Ambassador to the US, on multitasking.
Ada Gates on how she became the first female horse farrier (horse shoer).
James Chow, a Washington DC hair stylist, gives hair styling advice to "aging" women
Asma Zirari on how she organizes her day as a full time student with a full time job.
Dee Botnick on class and what it is and what it isn't
Zack, a talent scout, on how he spots talent.
Adelsi, a Park Avenue doorman, on advice he would give his children re: work.
""Edward Sissorhands" on his life quest
Robert Shaw, LA jeweler, on what's popular with engagement and wedding bands today and the kind of diamond to choose for your pocketbook. For more life insights go to http://snippetsofwisdom.com
Bill & Alice, married 62 years, on the secret of a lasting marriage.