How to Beat Holiday Stress? Move Your Body.

Sometimes the best remedy to beat holiday stress is to move your body; dance, take a walk, go to the gym. And sometimes the best remedy to beat holiday stress is to give yourself a time out;  find a quiet place to sit, be still and just breathe, take a day just for you to renew and recharge your mind, body and spirit.

 

Kyle Will, owner of WillPower Training Studio, offers valuable advice to stay mentally and physically healthy during the yuletide season!

 

 

 

** You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise, supplementation or medication program. If you have a health concern of any kind consult with your health care professional.

  

 

 

 

Tony Tripoli – Comic & Head Writer/Co-EP of E!’ s FASHION POLICE comes to Portland!

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Hey Portland!  ONE NIGHT ONLY!

        Grab your tickets NOW!  

“The Bitch is Back!” Joe Posa as Joan Rivers “Loving Tribute ~ Living Portrait” coming to Darcelle XV Showplace, Sunday, August 7th at 6pm!

Celebrity Female Impersonator, Joe Posa, has teamed up with Tony Tripoli – hilarious comic &  co-executive producer of E!’s Fashion Police – to bring a 90 minute tribute to the late Joan Rivers.

 

 

 

 

I had the opportunity to talk with Tony this morning about “The Bitch is Back”, the late Joan Rivers (we MISS you Joan!!!) and his advice for the LGBTQ youth —

 

For more information about

Tony Tripoli – http://tonytripoli.com/

Joe Posa  – http://joeposa.com/

Darcelle XV Showplace – http://www.darcellexv.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beware of Scam Charities This Holiday Season

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There’s nothing like a Christmas charity scam to sour your holiday spirit.

Before you make that charitable donation, Ellen Klem, Director of Consumer Outreach & Education, Oregon Department of Justice, shares some basic advice.

 

If you have concerns about a solicitation, please  file a complaint online or call the Charitable Activities Section at (971) 673-1880.

Oregon Dept of Justice Tips for Charitable Giving