Aging Ungracefully

On today’s episode of Connecting People, Changing Lives, Caren and Nancy speak with Kim Castle, star of kimTV and the upcoming series, Aging Ungracefully.

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Kim Castle is a fresh voice for feminine leadership. After running herself into the ground running reaching for success, she brought herself back from the edge of exhaustion, depression and illness naturally. With humor, insight, and vulnerability, she helps busy women enjoy a better way to live with her recipes and shortcuts to feeling great again at any age.

A former stand-up comedienne, TV host, writer. and award winning art director, Kim’s wit and wisdom has been featured on CNN Headline News, Fox Business News, Yahoo Small Business, Inc and countless books and magazines. She’s won a Webby for her groundbreaking work for General Motors and was nominated for the Los Angeles Women Making A Difference Award. Funny, fashionable, and inspiring, Kim is leading the way for busy women to live well with healthy recipes and shortcuts to feeling great again.

After running herself into the ground running her business and helping other run theirs, she brought herself back from the edge of exhaustion, depression and illness. Through entertainment she helps other Type A overachieving professional women and moms like her discover a better way to live and still get stuff done.

We spoke about aging ungracefully hormones, adrenal glands and whether women should be president.  An article in the Huffington Post from Cheryl Rios suggested that women should NOT be president because of hormones.  Listen in to hear Kim’s response and more.

 

Check out Kim’s YouTube Channel where you’ll discover anti-aging solutions, gluten & sugar free recipes, and tips to bring the spa home.

Experience her for yourself at kimcastle.TV: www.KimCastle.TV for all of Kim’s shows.  We especially liked this one: 5 things women leaders need to know

You can learn more about Kim here: www.KimCastle.com.

 

 

 

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