Fashionable Advice From The Balancing Act
February 4, 2019
Tips on Fashion, Lodging & Medical Images
On this edition of The Balancing Act, we’re diving into fashion, travel, and the importance of taking control of your health.
First, Everest Funeral Concierge Services is back with another helpful tip. More than 25 million people across the U.S. and Canada are covered by Everest. When help is needed, Everest is one call away, there to guide families through a very emotional, complicated, and confusing time in their lives.
Time to spring forward with the latest in wardrobe tips! That’s why we’re turning to the experts at Talbots, an American specialty retailer and direct marketer of women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories.
Whether you’re into fashion, music, art, or food (or all of the above!), there’s always something to do and see in New York City. Next time you visit, we know exactly where you should stay: Walker Hotel Greenwich Village.
Medical images are a window into your health, especially when you’ve suffered an accident or have chronic issues. That’s why celebrity host Montel Williams is at The Balancing Act Studio to share his personal journey and discuss the importance of viewing, sharing, and managing your medical images instantly.
Plus, we’re back in the kitchen with chef Ralph Pagano! This episode’s QuickBytes features buffalo chicken tacos and pull-apart hot sausage bread, all using Moore’s Marinades’ Original Buffalo Wing Sauce.
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