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Wearing Gold and Silver Jewelry Together

People think that it’s ok to wear gold and silver jewelry together,
but from what I know is that gold and silver are not usually
complimentary when you wear them together, but, there are
exceptions to that rule.

Gold and Silver has it’s own vibe – gold gives off a warm feeling
when you’re wearing it and silver tends to give off a cooler type
of vibe, and the two different metals tends to clash when you
wear them together.

If you want to wear the two metals together, make sure that the
pieces have something in common like diamonds or that the
pieces are both the same like they both are delicate or both are
chunky.

Aloha, Janin

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Colors For The Different Occasions

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Color is important.

Red, we usually associate that color with Valentine’s Day and we also
associate color with the other occasions through out the year, like
Easter – we think of the yellows and the pastel pinks and pastel blues.

Each color creates some kind of emotion and affects our lives without
us even realizing us.

Color can be very persuasive.  There’s a color psychology to every
color out there.

Wear the different colors that you don’t normally wear!  You have to
have a little variety in life.

Aloha, Janin

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Acknowledging Your Gift, Why It’s Important

The gifts that you have and the gifts that we’ve been give by God, a gift is something that
has been given to to us and it comes really naturally and easily.  We all have gifts and they
are meant to bless the lives of other people as well as our own.

We need to think about our gifts all the time so that we can grow it and expand it, which
allows us to share it with other people.

Sharing your gifts with other people will bring a smile to them and yourself.

Gifts comes in all sizes and shapes, it’s so diverse, there’s no two gifts alike-it’s endless.

Share your gifts today!

Aloha, Janin

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Where Are The Places That Inspire You?

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Take a moment and think about all of the places where you’ve felt that
spark of inspiration come into your mind or your heart. If it wasn’t a
spark and more like a thought or feeling that came to you, then just
sit with that for a moment.

Did you know that inspiration is very important to your life?

Recently I asked two of my friends, Laura and Colleen the question
“Where are the places that inspire you and why, why is it
important to pay attention
to those places?”

This is what my friend Laura said: “In my mother’s home and
watching her in action because my mother has a huge influence
on me.  It adds and enriches my overall happiness in life.
It also makes her happy when I achieve something.”
This is what my other friend Colleen said: “When I’m driving, because it’s
quiet and I can think. I get projects done and (speaking to all of us) if you
really want to do something,you will make time for it.” I just love their
answers!

Some other places to be inspired could be the mountains, the beach, taking
a walk, an art museum. For everyone it’s vastly different.  The places that spark
inspiration are endless. Inspiration is that one thing that helps you in all the areas
of your life to create, to know what to do next, to get projects done, to reorganize
your home, get more creative with food and so much more.

I am fortunate to live in such a beautiful place here in Hawaii where there is so
much awe inspiring beauty everywhere you look. The flood gates of inspiration
just keep pouring in continually and I try to make sure that I’m paying attention
so that I will be able to have happiness in my life.

So, ask yourself this question: Did you take action on a thought, feeling or
spark of
inspiration that you received recently?
If the answer is yes, then great! I’m sure you happy that you did.
If the answer is no, then ask yourself why didn’t I take action on it?
If you didn’t take action, that’s o.k. you can always start now to pay attention to
those thoughts, feelings or sparks that come your way.  It’s never too late.

Look for the beauty wherever you live.  It’s there just waiting for you to notice
it and 
be inspired.

Aloha, Janin

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What You Do, Depends On How You Feel, About What You Know

What You Do, Depends On...

Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do or why you
don’t do certain things?  I certainly have.  It’s been something that
I’ve been thinking about for a long, long time.

A few years ago I heard someone say that ‘What You Do, Depends
On How You Feel, About What You Know’, for some reason I don’t
remember who it was or why it was said, but I thought that was
so true!  I’m just like that!  What a great revelation it was!

Can you tell that I’m so excited about hearing that?

It really explains a lot about why I’ve done certain things in my life
and why I haven’t done accomplished the things that I thought I would.

What we do, on a regular basis usually happens because we’ve
created habits based on how we FEEL about certain things.  Sometimes
we just can’t help but run our lives with our emotions at the controls.

Knowing something is one thing, but, if we let our emotions take over
without thinking about what we know first … well, that could lead to doing
crazy things that might cause frustration 
later on.   

We all have experienced that kind of thing in our lives.(It’s O.K., you’re
in good company!)

Take charge of your emotions!  Don’t let them loose at any old time.
Think about how it’s going to affect you before it happens.

Aloha, Janin

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episode #024 – What To Do About Comparing Yourself To Other People

What To Do About Comparing Yourself To Other People

Do you compare yourself to other people?

I don’t think it’s a new topic, but I want to talk about how it’s really not equal
– you, comparing yourself to other people, because we’re all created differently
and that’s the beauty of life is that we’re all different and I just want to let you
know there’s no two people –  even twins, identical twins are not exactly alike.

So because we’re not alike, you can’t compare yourself to other people.  I know
it’s a natural human tendency to compare yourself, and I know i’ve done it before,
but I try to I make it a practice of how I live my life now not to compare myself
and its’ great when you’re older, you get a lot wiser and you know better and
you realize that we’re all different and there’s nobody else like me.

I can’t be like somebody else that I admire.  I can admire the qualities that they
have, but it would be really doing myself a disservice to compare myself to them
because we all come to earth with our own gifts and our own talents.

If you focus on what you have and the gifts that you’ve been given and you try
to make use of those gifts and talents in your life, then you really don’t have time
to compare yourself to other people, and at the end of the day it really doesn’t
make you feel happy anyway!

Usually when you compare yourself to other people, it’s what you see on the
outside, you’re not looking at the whole picture.  You don’t know what their life
is like personally, you don’t know what kind of struggles they have going on
mentally and emotionally.

I would ask you to please look at your own gifts and your own talents and not
to compare yourself to other people.

As I continue to talk about clothing and style and fitting your clothes, what looks
good on you, I also give clothing care tips because it’s really important to care
about your clothes, not only to care about yourself but, you need to care about
your clothes, how to take care of it especially when you spend money on your
clothes – you want it to last as long as possible.

Even though I’m talking about all those other things, you need to make sure that
you just focus on yourself as far as focusing on what gifts you have – how can
you grow them, how can you make your gift become even better so that you
can share it with other people around you in your community, wherever you are,
wherever you go.

I know this because I’ve been working with a lot of women for many, many years
and I see the comparison that they do, even my conversations with them, they talk
about how they wish they “were like this person that they know” and this person
has ‘this’ quality or this person has a ‘perfect figure’.

We all have to embrace who we are, we have to embrace the gifts and just the
uniqueness that we are, I can’t even begin to express how important it is to
embrace your own gifts and uniqueness.

So, if you ever find yourself comparing yourself to other people, other women
-the first thing I would say is “just stop yourself”.

Just ask yourself some really, really great questions.

You can ask yourself questions like:

  • Is this serving me?

  • Is this making me feel good?
    (I can bet you that the answer will be no!)

Anytime you compare yourself to other people, the answer will always be NO.
I can guarantee you that!

I have never met anyone that has felt good after they’ve compared themselves
to someone else.

So just start by asking yourself powerful questions and when you do find yourself
comparing yourself to someone else, make sure you stop it and catch it.  Be aware
of it all the time because sometimes comparison can be a daily thing.

And then you realize after a while that it’s making you crazy, because we’re always
focused on someone else and we want to be like someone else when we’re not
realizing the uniqueness and the great qualities that WE have.

There’s always an underlying reason why we do that, sometimes we have self-worth
issues and we have self-esteem issues – even though we don’t want anyone to know
about them that we have them, we have them.

I have met a lot of people who didn’t want anyone to know, but it’s really obvious in the
way act and the conversations I have with them – the things that they say.  Eventually
people will admit that they have these self-esteem issues and self-worth issues and
there’s so many people that have them, so if you find that you’re in that position right
now of having those feelings, don’t be embarrassed, don’t get down on yourself.

Just be willing to recognize it and to work on it – that’s the first step is to be willing to
recognize it.  It’s easy to get into denial, denial can be something that’s really not good
for you and it’s always good to face the truth.  Sometimes we don’t like the truth, but
when we face it and we work towards overcoming it or letting go of the thoughts and
feelings that really don’t help us and serve us – we start to feel so much better.

Then you find that you will stop comparing yourself to other people, it is a daily thing,
but it’s worth it, that’s the thing about working on yourself is that the harder things
are always worth it and I invite you to take an inventory of what you are experiencing
in your life, in your thoughts and your emotions.  Are you comparing yourself to other
people?

Sometimes it’s hard to admit it and look at it, but I think it you’re at a place where it’s
just making you crazy then now is a good time to look at, to overcome it.  Of course
it will take steps to get there, but you really have to want to overcome these
comparisons.

Embrace your gifts and your uniqueness.

As I talk more and more about style and fashion, I have to include all these mental
and emotional thoughts and issues that we have before I can even really talk about
dressing so that you look good in your clothes and dressing so that your clothes fit
you properly, you have to work on the underlying things first before you can work
on the outer appearance, you have to work on the inner appearance, that may sound
strange but there is an inner appearance that happens on the inside that we try to
imagine ourselves to be, we can picture ourselves a certain way on the inside.

It’s OK, we all experience things in life.  That just helps us learn and grow.  We have
to have these struggles, so that we can become a better person, we can get to know
our strengths and our weaknesses and it just makes us ‘so much the wiser’ as work
and acknowledge these things.

Send me an email at janin@fashionablefinance.com, I’m here to help you and answer
any questions that you have.  Just remember, don’t compare yourself to other people
because it’s not serving you, embrace your uniqueness and the gifts that you have.

Have a good day, Aloha!

Please share this podcast with a friend or family member who
you think would get some value out of listening to the different
episodes.  I really appreciate it, mahalo for doing that.

a huihou malama pono, which means – until next time, take care

I would love your feedback, send me your comments or questions.

Make sure you visit www.fashionablefinance.com and leave me
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Connect with me:  janin@fashionablefinance.com

Mahalo for listening.

Aloha, Janin Johnston

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Song: Ipo Lei Manu
Album: Wale No
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If you would like to order a copy of this CD you
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episode #023 – Every Woman Has Secret Feelings About Her Body

Every Women Has Secret Feelings About copyToday I want to talk about the topic that ‘every woman as
secret feelings about how she feels about her
body!’

I wanted to start off by letting you know that this is really
common.  Every woman has secret feelings about she
feels about her body.

Secret feelings don’t just show up one day in your mind
and heart, it’s like with anything that you struggle with,
it starts when you were a baby.

The one thing that I have always thought was really fasci-
nating is how little baby girls are so aware of what’s going
on around them.  If you’ve ever watched little babies, you’ll
understand what I’m talking about – it’s really fascinating.

They seem to be so much older than they really are!  I think
it’s just amazing how these little spirits that have come to
earth and they’re so much more valiant then ever before,
they’re just so much smarter.

And for that reason I want to focus on baby girls that
become toddlers, pre-teenagers, teenagers and then
women because, those are the stages in a woman’s
life that she becomes more and more aware of how her
body looks as she gets older. If you’re a woman, you
should have gone through all of those stages in your
life and are now you’re at a point where you have rec-
ognized that you have these secret feelings about your
body!

Secret feelings can be good or bad, and maybe you have
both good and bad feelings about certain parts of your
body because maybe, you might like your legs but not
really liking the rest of your body.  There’s no end to
what a woman can feel.

Baby girls are always paying attention to what’s going
on around them, all the time.  That’s just how girls are
created, we’re just aware of everything.  If you think
about it, that kind of awareness is something that con-
tinues on into adulthood.  I know it’s definitely a gift
from God given to baby girls, so that when they grow
up and become adults and have their own families they
will be able to know what’s happening and can nurture
their own children.

With that in mind, it’s safe to say that how girls feel about
their body is something that they learn from the women
around them.  It’s usually a woman and/or grandmother
that are/is the one taking care of and raising little girls.
A lot of grandparents are raising kids now days and it’s
been happening for decades.

Everything that a baby, toddler, pre-teen & teenage girl
hears about her body and other women’s bodies is taken
in and processed in a very unique way deep within her
mind and heart, because everyone is different.

We take all of these things in, and I’m speaking for myself
too.

From what I’ve seen and heard over the last 25 years
working with women and having women clients, is that
most of what they say about their bodies is usually negative.
There were some that had extremely negative feelings too.

Because I’ve sewn for women for such a long time, I thought
I’ve heard it all!  But, you know what happens when I have
to take my clients body measurements?  They start to reveal
their secret feelings about how they feel about their body,
because I’m wrapping a tape measure around them.

I guess you might say that they trust me enough to let me
take their body measurements, so they trust me enough to
tell me how they feel…about a lot of things besides their body.

They’ve said things like – they’ve heard women in their life
say things out loud like – I have a big butt, I’m so fat, I’m
too short, I’m ugly compared to _ _ _ _ _(you fill in the blank),
my boobs are not big enough, I have thunder thighs!  Wow!

That would scare anyone.  These are only a few of the things
that women think and secretly feel about themselves, I have
heard many more things from women but I won’t list them all
because it’s really sad.

I just love people so much that I don’t even want to say some
of the things that I’ve heard.

A lot of the secret feelings women have about their bodies
are a learned behavior and comparing themselves to other
women.  It’s just natural for a little girl growing up to copy
what the women in their life are feeling, what they’re saying
and what they’re doing – even if it’s harmful to their mind,
their heart, their body and their spirit.

It is possible to overcome this kind of negative feeling about
your body. (I just wanted to let you know)

It will take a little time if you’re willing and want to let go of
those negative feelings that have been dragging you down
for who knows how long.  It’s not worth holding on to negative
secret feelings that are probably not true.

I’ve heard a lot of things that I know are not true about what
these women are saying.

Women come in all shapes and sizes which is a wonderful
thing, because that makes us all unique.  You have to know
that your value as a woman is priceless.  I hope you ladies
think about this!

One of the most powerful things that you can do to get
started on having a more positive feeling about your body
is by learning how to dress for your body shape, and your
height.

I can’t stress enough how powerful it is to dress in a way
that makes you look good in the clothes that you have on!
I’ve seen it over and over again for many years how wearing
the right style of clothes that works to highlight the right parts
of your body (not that there’s a wrong part of your body), but
you want to put an emphasis on the right parts and not only
that, but wearing the right styles of clothing that fits you per-
fectly and it just happens to give you a boost of confidence
when you are wearing clothes that fits you right and you feel
good in it.

Now that, I say is powerful!  We all want confidence right!

Always remember – you want to wear clothes that work best
for YOUR body shape and height, and not wear the style of
clothes that the fashion models are wearing that you see on
commercials and in magazines and bill-boards, you see it
everywhere.

A these images that you see are photoshopped, none of it is
real.  Just remember these things.

When YOU look good, you FEEL good!  Looking good is
different for everyone.

I wanted to share that with you today, it is possible for
everyone to look good in the clothes that their wearing.

As I share more podcast episodes, as I mix in the fashion
and the style and the clothing fit in with your finances – I’m
going to show you how it all works together.

I thank you and I really want you to send me a message,
you can either email me at janin@fashionablefinance.com
or you can go to my website and send me a voicemail message.

I would love to hear what you would want to know about and
some of the things that you’re feeling or some of the things
that you’re learning or any ah-ha moments.  I would love that!
It really makes my day when I get messages from people.

I really hope that you really get a lot of value and maybe even
re-listen to this episode, because these secret feelings about
your body – maybe you want to think about it and see.  Are your
feelings negative or positive?

I would love for you to share this podcast with anybody who
you feel would benefit from listening to all of these things that
I’m teaching and sharing.

I hope you have a great day and I’ll see you soon, and I will
definitely be talking with you again.

a hui hou, malama pono – until next time, take care!

Please share this podcast with a friend or family member who
you think would get some value out of listening to the different
episodes.  I really appreciate it, mahalo for doing that.

a huihou malama pono, which means – until next time, take care

I would love your feedback, send me your comments or questions.

Make sure you visit www.fashionablefinance.com and leave me
a voice message through the Speakpipe app.

You can also find me at facebook.com/fashionablefinance.com
and www.twitter.com/janinjohnston

I hope you are enjoying listening to this podcast!

Please share this podcast with anyone that you know of
who will benefit from the things that are in each episode.

Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or Stitcher Radio,
so that you’ll never miss an episode.

I would really appreciate it if you would give this podcast –
The Fashionable Finance Podcast a rating and review in
iTunes.

Connect with me:  janin@fashionablefinance.com

Mahalo for listening.

Aloha, Janin Johnston

Music by: Dennis Pavao
Song: Ipo Lei Manu
Album: Wale No
Produced by: Pilialoha Production
If you would like to order a copy of this CD you
can send an email request to Pilialoha Productions
at: makai@maui.net

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10 Reasons Why You Should Care About What You Wear

10 Reasons Why You Should Care About What

It’s only obvious that everyone has to wear clothes everyday of their life.
What’s interesting about that is the fact that clothes cost money, it takes time
out of the day to care for and manage, and yet it is one of those things that we
don’t give much thought to.

It seems like it becomes somewhat robotic in our everyday life – thus becoming
one more thing that we have to do, which leads to not caring about what we wear.

I want to share with you the 10 Reasons Why You Should Care About What
You Wear:

1.  It shows how you feel about yourself.

2.  When you care about what you wear, it shows in the way that you behave.

3.  It shows in how you interact with other people.

4.  You have the freedom of choice to buy the kinds of clothe that you like to
wear.

5.  You have the freedom of expression to wear the style of clothes that expresses
how you feel on the inside.

6.  Wearing wrinkled clothes will create a nagging thought in your mind about
whether or not someone is going to notice and say something to you about
your wrinkled clothes.

7.  Your hard earned dollars are being used to buy your clothes.

8.  It takes up your time and energy to wash and take care of your clothes.

9.  The clothes you wear can either make you look good or make you look
like you could care less.

10.  When you look good, you feel good!

I think #10 is the best reason of all to care about what you wear, It really
should be the #1 reason.   Who doesn’t want to look good and feel good?

I can’t even emphasize enough how important it is to care about what you
wear on a daily basis.  I have seen all of these 10 things happen to women
for many, many years while sewing for and dressing women of all ages,
nationalities, body types, and with different income levels.

Even with all of the differences that women have in those areas, they still
have the same feelings and desires as the rest of the women around them.

I know that all of these things are true and they do make a big difference
in your everyday life, so I want to encourage you to start to care about what
you wear starting today.

Aloha, Janin
“When you look good, you feel good”

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episode #022 – It’s Time For Fashion!

It's Time For Fashion!

It’s Time for Fashion!

It’s time to add the FASHION into the FashionableFianance.com!

For a while now I’ve only been writing, talking and podcasting about
you and your finances.  While learning about your finances is extremely
important, so is fashion (in my opinion of course).

I say that fashion is important because everyone has to wear clothes!
That’s just the bottom line right?  There’s just no way around it,
especially when the weather is really hot and humid and you don’t
really want to put clothes on, we don’t have a choice – we all have
to wear clothes.

I will continue to talk about finances in between all of the fashion
information I share, because…what you wear does have an impact
on your finances!  I know you’re thinking “what?”  I will be sharing
with you why and how in the coming months.  So stay tuned!

For right now I want you to know that It’s important to care about
what you wear.

I have a question for you:

Did you ever stop to think about what you wear everyday?

Think about that for a minute.

With life being so busy all the time, it’s really hard to get everything
in your life working for you the way you want it on a daily basis.  We
have to juggle things sometimes and there’s always something that
comes up.

Fashion and clothes are not always the first thing on people’s mind
when they get up in the morning.  Sometimes I think a lot of people
are like me and are just happy to know that we even got out of bed,
especially when you’re tired and the bed is nice and cozy!

Ok, got a little off topic, but I just had to share that. 🙂

For some, the idea of having to put together an outfit feels frustrating
and then having to do it in the morning is even more frustrating,
especially if you’re in a rush to get ready, get children ready and get
out the door in time.  Oh yah, I forgot to mention all the stuff that needs
to happen in between the getting dressed and getting out the door.

There’s like a million things, especially if you have to make your own
lunch – who knows what else, it could add up to a lot of things.

It can make anyone crazy!  I’ve been there, done that.  It’s not fun.
Learning from the past is sooo great, because now I can help other
women with these kinds of things that I’ve gone through as a mother
with 4 children – trying to get out the door (In one piece) without
screaming and yelling at your children.

I’m not perfect, I did yell at my children but that’s for another time and
another story.

Learning how to dress and what clothes look best on you can be
simple and fun with some help if you’re open to recommendations.

Most women I know are open to learning what they can do to up their
style.

Who doesn’t want to look good in their clothes, right?

I do know that not everyone is interested in fashion and style, and
that’s OK, you don’t have to be.

BUT, you do have to be interested in knowing how to dress for your
body type, what colors look best on you and how to make sure your
clothes fit you properly.  All of these things will make a big difference
on how you feel while you’re wearing your clothes.

These three things are the most common areas of fashion and style
that a lot of people don’t know and understand, which ends up in
buying clothes that don’t work for them and a lot of money being
wasted on those items.

I know a few women that have bought clothes because they thought
the items were really nice and they loved the color and oh… it was on
sale and was really cheap, only to hang it in their closet with the store
tags still on the clothes and never, ever have these clothes seen the light
of day again.

Is that you?  Is there anyone out there that is doing that or has done that?

If you have, it’s OK.  No judgement here.

 

I would just recommend that you ask
yourself some questions, like:

~Are you ever going to wear that item of clothing in your lifetime?

~What did you like about that item, that made you buy it?

~Did you buy it because you were just having a bad day and needed
to do some emotional shopping?  (sometimes we have to do that!)

~Does it fit you right?  If you don’t remember, try it on.

If you do have these clothes hanging in your closet with the tags still
on them, go in there and ask yourself all these questions about each
items.

If you don’t know the answers to any of these questions, then I would
recommend that you give it to someone that you know who would really
appreciate it and would fit into it.  Or, if you are ashamed to give it to
someone that you know then consider donating it to an organization that
helps women get back up on their feet and helps them look for a job.

These organizations always need new items of clothing for women to
look professional while they are going on job interviews.

Either way, don’t hang onto it if you know you will never wear it.  It’ just
creates clutter and takes up space in your closet that you could be using
for something that you’ll actually wear on a regular basis.

Believe it or not, clearing out your closet is one of the first steps to
learning about how to dress for your body type, what colors look best
on you and having your clothes fit you right.

It’s the first step because when you have a closet full of clothes that
you don’t even wear, whether it’s brand new or not creates a place
of confusion and sometimes stress.

I can also bet that at least half of the clothes in your closet don’t fit
you right, I know this from experience.  Especially since I’ve sewn
for women for 25 years.

So, as soon as you can, open your closet and see what’s going on in
there.  Start by pulling out an item of clothing that still has tags on them,
or you know that you will never wear again.  A little at a time is the best thing
to do, don’t try to tackle your closet all in one day.  No stressing allowed.

I know that if you just start there, you will immediately feel an interesting
kind of relief.  Try it and find out!

If you live in Hawaii, I do have services where I can come and help you
with closet and your clothes, but if not, you can email me and send me
a message at janin@fashionablefinance.com.  You can also send me a
voicemail message and share with me the things that you’re feeling or
the things that you want to know, or the things that you’d like me to teach
on.

It’s always my pleasure to talk with people and see what they want to learn.

I’m so happy that you’re here and I would love it if you would share this
podcast with other people out there, especially women since I talk about
women most of the time.  There’s got to be somebody else out there that
you know who would get great value out of listening to this, and if they
don’t know what a podcast is then I think it’s time that you show them.

Thank you again for listening because I know everyone is so busy and
you could be somewhere else at this time, but you chose to listen to me
and I’m so grateful for that – Mahalo!

I hope to talk to you next time.

A Hui Hou Malama Pono, until next time, take care.

Aloha,

Janin

You can also find me at facebook.com/fashionablefinance.com and
www.twitter.com/janinjohnston

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Connect with me:  janin@fashionablefinance.com

Music by: Dennis Pavao
Song: Ipo Lei Manu
Album: Wale No
Produced by: Pilialoha Production
If you would like to order a copy of this CD you
can send an email request to Pilialoha Productions
at: makai@maui.net

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episode #010 – Create Your Now With Kristianne Wargo

 KristianneAloha, in this episode of the Fashionable Finance Podcast,
I interview Kristianne Wargo who empowers and encourages
women from all walks of life to rediscover, rejuvenate and
renew who they are in mind, body and spirit while reaching
their health, fitness, life and business goals. She is the CEO
and Founder of Create Your Now. Kristianne is a Certified
Professional Life Coach, Personal Trainer, and Fitness
Nutritionist specializing in weight loss, metabolic training,
functional fitness, and lifestyle transformation.

Kristianne is a wife (21 years) and mother of 5 children
(ages 10-18), as well as a speaker, mentor, musician,
author, songwriter, educator and coach. Her aspirations
are to help others love their reflection while becoming
their best selfie.!

Connect with Kristianne:
www.createyournow.com
email:  kristianne@createyournow.com

I hope you are enjoying listening to this podcast!

Please share this podcast with anyone that you know of
who will benefit from the things that are in each episode.

Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or Stitcher Radio,
so that you’ll never miss an episode.

Connect with me:  janin@fashionablefinance.com

Mahalo for listening.

Aloha, Janin Johnston

Music by: Dennis Pavao
Song: Ipo Lei Manu
Album: Wale No
Produced by: Pilialoha Production
If you would like to order a copy of this CD you
can send an email request to Pilialoha Productions
at: makai@maui.net
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