Love Is an Inside Job: Six Reasons to Fall in Love with Yourself This Valentine’s Day – Utah Boomers magazine.com
Six reasons you aren’t happy and how to change it! Sheknows.com
Get Real One Week at a Time–52 Ways to Live Authentically in 2012 – PajaMA Mommy Community
A four-part series on Living Authentically By Kathleen McIntire and Erin Cote for WE Magazine ________________________________________________________________
LOVE IS AN INSIDE JOB SO FALL IN LOVE WITH YOURSELF THIS VALENTINE’S DAY- Life After 50 Magazine
Are you really making the decisions that are right for you? If you’re like most of us, probably not. Kathleen McIntire offers 52 tips—one for each week of the year—to help you shape a life that’s more fulfilling, more authentic, more YOU- INSPIRATION Corner
“Love is An Inside Job” By Kathleen McIntire for Spa Finder
“6 Reasons to Fall in Love with Yourself This Valentine’s Day” By Kathleen McIntire For Health News Digest
Radio host Lisa Hein, of Everyday Parenting and author of “I’m Doing the Best I Can!” (they won’t always be cute and adorable), speaks with Kathleen and Erin on inspiring parents to stay positive! www.lisarhein.com
Judyth Piazza interviews Kathleen McIntire about Guiding Signs 101 on The American Perspective Radio Program.
So here it is – 2012! What’s the mystery behind the Mayan calendar? Kathleen McIntire of Guiding Signs 101 says there is nothing to fear. Get ready to welcome a new cycle of LOVE! Listen now!
It’s Your Health
WUML-FM, the NPR affiliate, Boston, MA
KMBH-FM, the NPR affiliate, Brownsville – Mc Allen, TXWLTG-AM, Panama City, Florida area.
KLPW-AM, St. Louis, MO
November 28, 2011
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Exhausted Parent Network is a show that discusses a variety of parenting topics. It airs on KMMT-FM, a commercial station that broadcasts to the Mammoth Lakes, CA area. December 1, 2011 Click here to listen
WJON-AM broadcasts to the Minneapolis area.
November 23, 2011
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The Washington Afro American ran an article based on the “Have Yourself an Authentic Little Christmas: Why We Dread and Endure the Holidays—and Seven Ways to Turn the Cycle Around”