Today’s CYInterview acknowledges America’s frontline healthcare workers, who put their lives on the line each day to help people in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Additionally, we want to acknowledge all the first responders, grocery store workers, truck drivers, delivery people, government employees and anyone else who is considered an essential worker. Those are the people helping to keep us safe and maintaining some sense of normalcy for all of us, during these challenging times.
For this CYInterview, we are joined by singer/actress Roslyn Kind and Meggie Jones, the founder of Nutrient Body Soak. In times of challenge, music no doubt soothes. Roslyn Kind’s recent song releases, Save the Country and Light of Love, are available on www.cdbaby.com. They are songs which are both inspiring and timely.
Meggie Jones’s company, Nutrient Body Soak, is donating $50,000 worth of product to help frontline workers in New York, Los Angeles, Seattle and Chicago. She presents her product as being packed with antioxidants. It is added to a bath. For many individuals, baths might be just the thing to reduce stress. Of course, before doing anything new that could affect your health, check with your doctor first. Find more information at www.nutrientsoak.com.
Featured columnist Jay Bildstein also provides important takes on health and how having a positive attitude during the coronavirus pandemic is important.
You can listen to the entire CYInterview below:
Listen to the entire Roslyn Kind and Meggie Jones CYInterview:
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You can learn more about Roslyn Kind and her new songs Save The Country and Light of Love at her official website clicking here.
You can purchase Light of Love on CD Baby by clicking here.
You can purchase Save The Country on CD Baby clicking here.
You can find more information about Meggie Jones’s Nutrient Body Soak at www.nutrientsoak.com