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New Youtube Channel

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I’ve teamed up with Spectrum 1 SoCal to produce packages focusing on what’s good in the world. If you live in Southern California and are a Spectrum subscriber, you can see them air live. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter for updates and air times.

For those of you who don’t live in the LA area, I’ve been uploading all of my pieces for Spectrum 1 News SoCal to my YouTube channel. Subscribe, because you never want to miss one of these uplifting, heart warming stories! Live in SoCal and know someone who deserves the spotlight? Shoot me an email and tell me more!

Amy launches ‘What’s Good?!’ With Focus Magazine

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I’ve always wanted to turn my podcast Tell Me Something Good into a visual format. I’m proud to announce that I’ve partnered with Focus Magazine to bring you, “What’s Good?!” a weekly show co-hosted by myself and Justin Walter. Each week, we talk about feel good news stories, world changers and Good Samaritans.

Watch the first 5 episodes now. We release a new episode every Wednesday at on Focus Magazine.

Here’s the latest

No Kid Hungry

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As children across America head back to school, we think about what we can do to arm children with the tools to succeed.  It’s hard to believe that 1 in 5 kids in America go to school without a very basic tool, breakfast, every day.  Not eating breakfast increases trips to the school nurse and decreases focus.  Kids fall behind and struggle in school.  That’s why I am happy to support the No Kid Hungry campaign. We want to help Tyson, Citibank and Kellogg’s get breakfast in schools where children need it.tumblr_inline_nu4ez4FqRf1tww8sv_540

Dawn McCoy from the Beauty Frosting, brought a lovely group of ladies together at The District in Los Angeles including actresses Lacey Chabert and Angel Parker, and fellow bloggers Lynn Chen of The Actor’s Diet and Megan Kimble author of Unprocessed.

IMG9543611_2We played with our food and made necklaces with beads and fruit loops, then used sidewalk chalk to share our favorite meals as kids.IMAG1992

One way we can all get involved is to support their Dine-Out Program, where restaurants like The Counter, IHOP, Denny’s, and Hugo’s will donate a portion of their proceeds for the month of September. Eating out and giving back? Sounds good to me! IMAG1999