Work Break #4 - Mom's Ponche or Christmas Cider

The holidays are here which means its time to make some delicious Ponche. My mom learned from the best, both of my grandmas, and combined their recipes into this sweet and tasty holiday cider. Perfect for those warm night and large holiday parties, this hot drink can be made within an hour. 

Bring something other than a pumpkin pie to your Holiday parties and try Ponche.

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Top Ten Best Places to Drink Up and Meet Up in LA

I enjoy having meetings outside of the office because of the social atmosphere you get from not sitting behind a desk. Sometimes I don't have too much time to sit and eat, but still want to find comfort during the meeting and maybe grab some drinks. As a foodie and entrepreneur I've had hundreds of meetings throughout the city, and as a result I put together a list of the Top Ten Best Places to Drink Up and Meet Up in LA for your consideration the next time you plan a business get together

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Work Break #3 - Baked Chicken Wings with 5 ingredients

Cooking is part of my homes daily routine, but it can sometimes get time consuming. One of our signature go to's is my mans Baked Soy Sauce Wings, that are so simple to make, and only needs 5 ingredients. These are items you can easily find at any store and aren't too costly.

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Tongue Twisters - How They Help You With Interviews

I wanted to create a way for you to have tongue twisters on hand to practice anytime. My Tongue Twister Jar is an easy way to have these funny phrases in a compact way that will remind you to prep daily. With the jar you can practice during small breaks before your acting class, do a quick exercise before you hit the red carpet, or take with you on a press tour, not to mention its fats and cheap to make!

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The Work Break #2 How to Make Rosa De Jamaica (Hibiscus Juice)

Finding ways to make delicious and healthy food and drinks for my family is important, but can be time consuming. I try and take advantage of any moment especially my work breaks throughout the the day to prep or make some goodies for everyone. In this episode of the work break I teach how to make one of my favorite drinks, Rosa De Jamaica aka Hibiscus Juice, thats easy for you to make over and over again.

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Best Places in LA To Have Business Meetings - for Free

Having a business comes with a lot of expenses, and aside from the usual office supplies, and subscriptions, a while back I began to notice that a lot of my costs were coming from networking and meet ups. 

I started researching into local places that I could utilize to have efficient meetings with less money coming out of pocket. Since then, have had a lot of success in cutting down my spending while discovering some awesome places to have meetings all over LA. Here is a list of the best places to meet up at little to no cost that can help you the next time you're scheduling dozens of meetings.

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Inside the Actor's Pro Expo

Surfing Eventbrite for upcoming events in the city is a weekly go to of mine, and coming across the First Annual Actor's Pro Expo was a great find and not to mention a free gathering of actors, casting directors, agents, and other industry professionals to network and learn more about their craft. With events in NY, and the UK, it was no surprise the expo made its way to LA.

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The Work Break #1 How To Make Frozen Peanut Butter Dog Treats

I try and take work breaks and get ahead on some of my tasks or hobbies, be it prepping food, doing something DIY around the house, or visiting a cool hot spot. My life is always on the go, and on The Work Break I'll be sharing those adventures, recipes, and tips you can use to take advantage of all your time including your breaks.

In this first episode of the Work Break I share my recipe for frozen peanut butter banana dog treats, Dog Bark to be exact.

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Best Places To Meet and Eat in the San Fernando Valley

As a foodie and business owner I wanted to put together my list of favorite places to "meet and eat" in the San Fernando Valley that will keep you within your budget and timeframe in a city full of hustle and bustle. Now believe me, I can name a ton of places I love to go eat in the valley, but this is not just about food, but about convenience, affordability, and ambiance that are fit for business meetings.

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Being Aware of Your Facial Expression When Speaking To Media

In this video I go over three quick tips to get you more prepared for the cameras, and your audience. From having a slight smile, to brightening your eyes, and practicing in front of a mirror, you'll see that facial expressions can make or break an interview and by being more aware of them you'll present yourself authentically and with more energy so that reporters come back for future interviews.

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