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O2 Media’s The Balancing Act on Lifetime with Alexis

In The Balancing Act | on April 11, 2012 | by The Balancing Act

The following segment aired on O2 Media’s The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television. Joining the show was Alexis. Alexis talks to The Balancing Act Lifetime viewers about mildew.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act Host Danielle Knox: You know the blackish, pinkish, orange-like stuff on the lining of your tub? It’s that colorful something that you have to drench in cleaning product and scrub away with fine bristles as you bend your back out of shape. What are we talking about here, Alexis?

Alexis: I have a few facts about mildew for you. It can be any color – black, orange, green, or white. It can be transported by insects, animals, or by air. So, we’re not bad house-cleaners.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act: That’s the thing I always find interesting is the fact that kitchens and bathrooms are breeding grounds for mildew, and it has a lot to do with the fact that it’s so humid in there. So, again, it’s not our fault.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act: I know a lot of parents who are viewers of “The Balancing Act” out there probably feel the same way – you really don’t want your family exposed to any of that, because mildew organisms can cause respiratory problems and allergies. So, for a lot of families who have children who are already allergy sufferers, there’s one less thing that you want to worry about.

Alexis: Exactly. It’s just not good for them to have to deal with all that. So, there are ways to get rid of our mildew problems.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act: What can “The Balancing Act” viewers do?

Alexis: There is this new product and it’s called Mildew-Free Sealant. For all those watching the show, all you do is literally replace the grout that you already have around your kitchen sink and around the bathtubs, which is where that mildew collects, and you put this in instead. It actually is very easy. You have to remove the old grouting and make sure the surface is dry and then put this on. Then you have to leave it for 24 -48 hours before you get it wet again.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act: The great thing “The Balancing Act” viewers will like about this is the fact that it cleans up very easily. It cleans up with soap and water. That’s it.

Alexis: Also, it lasts for seven years.

O2 Media’s The Balancing Act: That’s a great thing. I know for a lot of our “Balancing Act” viewers out there, they will really want to be in a situation where they’re doing the best things they can for their family.

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The Balancing Act on Lifetime with Opinionated Mama

In The Balancing Act | on April 10, 2012 | by The Balancing Act

The following segment aired on “The Balancing Act”. Joining the show was Michelle Tingler and Debbie Devine to discuss bullying.

The Balancing Act: According to stompoutbullying.com, as many as a hundred and sixty thousand students stay home on any given day because they are afraid of being bullied, but staying home isn’t always a safe bet because, about forty-two percent of kids are bullied while on-line. The Balancing Act presents Michelle Tingler and Debbie Devine from Opinionated Mama to talk about this serious issue and what parents can do about it. Good morning, ladies.

Michelle Tingler: Nice to see you again.

The Balancing Act: Welcome back. I’m really glad we’re talking about this because it’s amazing to hear about this more and more every day. You ladies have a blogged called “Once a Bully, Always a Bully.” What brought on this topic, Michelle?

Michelle Tingler: Well, little bullies turn into big bullies and, as adults, we see bullies in our lives every day, too. In the media and in our workplace and that starts at a very young age and bullies just grow and become bolder over time. So we as parents and mothers need to nip it in the bud early.

The Balancing Act: Debbie?

Debbie Devine: It’s kind of a tough pill to swallow, but we actually did a poll on our site and ninety-five percent of our moms say that when they were children, they were either bullied or witnessed bullying or were bullies themselves, so, it’s in the forefront of everyone’s minds. It didn’t just spring up overnight. Because we’re so aware of it and we realize that it does start in the home and we have a little control over it we have to take responsibility for it and try and change the behavior.

The Balancing Act: When I look back in my childhood, I’d never experienced being bullied, however, I remember coming home and saying, “Mommy, she’s being mean.” There is a difference between a bully and a meanie, am I right?

Michelle Tingler: They’re both bad behaviors and we don’t make excuses for either one. However, there’s a difference. Meanies are just rude and bullies are dangerous. We have to know the difference and we have to teach our kids the difference because it’s also important to teach your kids to be resilient.

The Balancing Act: You gotta get thick skinned.

Michelle Tingler: You do, you do, absolutely, and we have to give our kids those tools so that they will not let all of those issues affect their lives day to day. They need to know the difference and we, as moms, need to realize that there is a difference and we need to intervene when bullies are involved.

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News on The Balancing Act

In The Balancing Act | on April 09, 2012 | by The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television Presents Celebrity Guest Host Julie Moran Pompano Beach, Florida, United States of America (Free-Press-Release.com) April 17, 2012 — Tune in to The Balancing Act on April 18th. BrandStar Entertainment’s hit morning TV show The Balancing Act on Lifetime television will be airing a Mother’s Day Special featuring celebrity guest [...]

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In The Balancing Act | on April 08, 2012 | by The Balancing Act

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In The Balancing Act | on April 07, 2012 | by The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act – BioPharma Scientific, LLC Certified Pre & Post Natal Fitness Instructor and Sports Nutritionist Kristin Neudorfer joins The Balancing Act to talk about how your body can get all the nutrients it needs through super food supplements.   The Balancing Act – Bling Dental Products Inc Show us your pearly whites! ‘Not [...]

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