Lupe shares some tip’s tricks and product info to take better care of your skin. The skin is our largest organ and protects us from so much. Learn how she ensures her skin is well taken care of.
“Chief” talks about the importance of finding relevance in life especially after returning home from Combat. Defining a new norm is an important step.
This week we are talking fitness. Yes, it is a New Year and like most people, we want to start off on the right foot. And I got to sit down with a fitness expert and not only is Tamrin a fitness expert she and her team focus on the emergency responder. Tamrin also has a podcast as well and Team Fit For Duty’s website is a great place for information and inspiration.
“We still have to live our lives and move forward and not be afraid of all this stuff all the time.” Episode 15, Randy Klein aka “Dude with Sjogren’s”
Ken Hernandez, shares his story of being a US Army Combat Vet, buying a monkey to eat spiders attending film school and the Baja 1000.
This week on EM Weekly we are talking to Dr. Kelly Garret from FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute
Sjogren’s Syndrome is no reason to sit on your behind. I know it’s hard to, when you get a new diagnosis, it’s hard to adapt to that and adjust your lifestyle, but once you adjust it, you could still live a great life with Sjogren’s.
In this weeks episode Aaron aka “Chief” talks about Movies and Social Influence. Impressions they make both good and bad, how they can help and hurt expectations.
This week we kick off the new year with a discussion with FEMA’s Administrator Brock Long. Last year was one of the most active disasters seasons in history worldwide.
Brian discusses what he looks out for and how he helps support Lupe in managing, dealing and living with her Sjogren’s so we can maintain an active healthy lifestyle. A few tips and tricks learned with 10 years of experience.