Hey there…it’s your captain speaking. I enjoy my role leading the topics in the Ladies Room. I LOVE the input from our in-studio guests and YOU even more. I’ve been married for almost 9 years. My husband, Nick, and I have been together for 17 years. Wow, I didn’t even realize it had been that long! We have a 5 year-old son. I have a hectic, yet very rewarding schedule trying to manage my work duties along with spending quality time with family and friends. No where did you see me mention anything about cleaning….I hate it; but, in the end, you have to do the laundry and the dishes. I get a lot of support from my hubby and our family – for that I am grateful! I love to cook and I do have a couple signature dishes. I love to travel…you name it, I’ll go! I wouldn’t consider my daily commute to/from Jersey travelling; but, I do spend a lot of time in my car! Above all else , watching the world through my little guy’s eyes is the most valuable treasure in the world.
I have lived in the Valley all my life. I think this is the reason I LOVE to travel! I am working my way around the world one country at a time! I recently spent some time as a Kiwi in New Zealand…absolute best experience of my life thus far! I get bored way to quick so I fill my time with Zumba (OBSESSED!), skiing, golf, wakeboarding, going to as many concerts as humanly possible! I like getting out to events around the Lehigh Valley like Wine Festivals, happy hours, dinner parties…any place that my friends and I can kick back with a couple of adult beverages and relax! I LOVE to cook and I think I am pretty good at it! I enjoy taking a recipe and making it as healthy and as low cal as possible. If you ever need any help with that, I’m your girl!
Hey, I’m Heather and I am your typical fun, loving and not SO MUCH high maintenance (though there are exceptions) kind of girl. I was born in the Lehigh Valley, graduate of Central Catholic High School and Alvernia University. For me, life everyday is exciting because I love my job, enjoy my hobbies and most importantly I am a MOM! I’m on the go constantly, if I’m not working, I’m riding at the barn with Hannah or have cheer practice with Haydn. I enjoy running for the mind, getting manicures/pedicures to stay beautiful, romantic dinners to feel sexy and SHOPPING for my therapy!! Whether you’re driving in your car, cleaning around the house or at a desk at work don’t forget to tune into us every Thursday at 8:20am. It’s totally worth spending a few minutes of your Thursday mornings around successful, intelligent women, who discuss style, relationships and the WHAT-NOT-TO-DO’S!!
Hey guys, my name is Hannah! I'm from Phillipsburg, NJ and I'm the baby of the Ladies Room. They keep me around to be the voice of the younger, single ladies! I work hard and play harder! On a typical weekend you can find me parading around town with my friends, trying to find some new hot spots!
I am the newlywed of the group! My husband Brent and I got married in October of 2011 and it has been wonderful! He has a 7 year old daughter, who I love dearly. She has forced my maternal instinct to be kicked into full force and I wouldn’t change a second of it! Though, I do not have any children of my own, I am looking forward to our future family! A few things that I enjoy are camping, fishing, music and spending time with those that I love. Music is therapeutic and means a great deal to me. Mix that with a campfire, good friends and no contact to the outside world? Simply can’t get much better than that! I enjoy traveling and I have a bucket list of places I will see before I leave this world! Hope you enjoy what you hear and thanks in advance for listenin!
From our friends at thestir.com:
Since we still have a ton of Halloween leftovers in the house, I decided to research some options for putting surplus candy to good use, and I found all sorts of great ideas. If you're currently wondering what to do with the ceiling-high stack of fun-sized cavity-bombs that isn't disappearing as quickly as you'd like, check out these suggestions:
Try an international candy exchange. Some candy swaps let you trade treats with people all over the world -- you share your familiar goodies, and get a bag of exotic new candies to try. Mmmm, Turkish Delight.
Trade candy for a toy. Operation Troop Treats from Kool Smiles Dental Offices lets your kid pick up a toy in exchange for 25 pieces of candy.
Send it to our soldiers. You can participate in the Halloween Candy Buyback, or send candy directly to Operation Gratitude at OPERATION GRATITUDE/ CA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, 17330 Victory Blvd, Van Nuys CA 91406, ATTN: Rich Hernandez. (Make sure to include a donor form.)
Donate to charity. There are plenty of charities who accept candy, including the Ronald McDonald House, Meals on Wheels, churches, and women's shelters. Here's how to package the treats before donating.
Give it to the PTA. The PTA at your kid's school would probably be thrilled to have extra bagged candy to give away at festivals and other fundraising events.
Save it for birthday goodie bags. You can keep candy for up to year in the freezer, so store it away for future party swag bags.
Ditto Christmas stockings. Sure, the bats-and-spiders motif might be a little weird by then, but who cares? CHOCOLATE. You could also save some smaller candies to use for gingerbread houses, or for an Advent calendar container.
Make awesome baked goods. Chop up candy bar pieces and use them instead of (or in addition to?) chips in cookies and brownies. Make candy-studded cheesecakes, pies, cupcakes, chocolate bark, and banana pops. Try a candy bar apple salad.
Use them to top your ice cream. Go big or go home, I always say. Channel your best Cold Stone calorie-adding skills and mix in some Halloween goodness into your favorite ice cream.
Turn it into booze. I'm a little skeptical of this idea, but if Betty Crocker says it, it must be true: apparently you can use the fruity-type candies to make candy-flavored alcohol. Please try this and report back to me, okay?