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A true beach girl, Kari Steele is the surfing SoCal gal who brings more than 23 years of experience to Radio. Originally from California, Kari started her radio career in Hawaii and remained there for ten years. She came back to raise her wonderful family and to soak in the Cali sun. She is a sports nut and enjoys most everything outdoors. Kari is the proud mom of two sons: Drake, her 18 year-old and Cameron, her 15 year old. She has coached Cameron's baseball teams and also referees AYSO soccer. Keeping up with her boys has given her a better workout than she could ever get at the gym. Kari loves to spend her Sundays relaxing and catching up on all the past week's TV shows that she has DVR'd. She loves going to concerts and seeing live theatre. Kari's favorite place to spend her free time is a cozy little place called home. She doesn't really "hang out" much, instead she enjoys having friends over. Kari is a huge Angels baseball fan and frequently goes to games to represent her favorite team! In addition to going to baseball games, the beach and family time are on her list of favorite things to do
Yesterday Mark and Kristin were talking about the best Summer songs and Mark thinks THE song for Summer 2013 will be "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke. I love that song too, but I think it is this one from Daft Punk. What do you think? Or, what is your all time favorite Summer song?
These guys sang Taylor Swifts lyrics as translated for closed captioning! I can't decide which version I like better!
Me and Julie Weiss and my running buddy Avery at Purple Stride Los Angeles
On this week’s Sunday Journal is the remarkable marathon goddess, Julie Weiss.
Following the death of her father, her biggest fan, from Pancreatic Cancer, Julie was feeling determined to make a difference. Running gave her the answer. She decided to turn her passion into a purpose and embarked on a journey to run 52 marathons in 52 weeks to raise money and awareness for Pancreatic Cancer. To date Julie has raised nearly $200,000 for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network through her website marathongoddess.com. By day Julie works as a Real Estate accountant, she has two children 20 and 25. She also will be 1 of the 7 featured runners in the upcoming documentary The Spirit of the Marathon 2 showing in select cinemas nationwide Wednesday, June 12th, visit marathonmovie.com for theatre and ticket info. Julie is honored that she has raised so much awareness and has been featured on CNN, The Today Show, Runners World and most recently has been named Southern California's 2013 Woman of the Year by Senator Ted Lieu. Julie runs not just for herself, but in hopes that others will notice and take action to help make a difference.
Please tune in this Sunday at 6:30am to hear Julie talk with Kari Steele about her incredible journey and where her passion is taking her next.
The most adorable cover of a beatles tune ever!
Hahahaha! I love this show!
This is perfect for me this week! I have been doing laundry every day since my son came home from college Sunday with 8 loads of laundry! I know, you're saying, "make him do it" Well, if I want my garage back and a chance to do my own laundry I have to do it. This time!
Okay, about to get real personal. I have been running more lately as I prepare for The World Famous Mud Run coming up on June 9th. I feel so good when I finish a run except that I sweat for about 3 hours afterward. Even after I shower! Ran ...6 miles this morning before work, showered and had to change my clean shirt when I got here! Does this happen to anyone else? Ladies? Hormones maybe?
The results of this survey have been making news lately and raising some interesting questions.
Women are not only more likely to be the primary caregivers in a family. Increasingly, they are primary breadwinners, too.
40% of American households with children under age 18 now include a mother who is either the sole or primary earner for her family, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Census and polling data.
The public is still divided about whether it is a good thing for mothers to work. About half of Americans say that children are better off if their mother is at home and doesn’t have a job. Just 8 percent say the same about a father.
My mom worked and I am the primary earner for my family. It isn't easy, but every moment I'm not working, I am making sure my kids have what they need. It can be done!