I am excited to announce that my debut for Around the Kitchen Sink is this Thursday April 26th at 10 pm Central time!! This has been a real labor of love for me and I couldn’t have pulled it off without the support of my family, friends, blogger ‘Foodie Family’ and the over-the-top help of my production staff at Toginet!
I am SO excited, and nervous at the same time. The fear of failing is always in the back of my mind but I know with your support and encouragement I will have clear, blue skies ahead ????
I wanted to introduce my first guests as well as who my very generous sponsors are.
I will open with my first guest, author and speaker Jon Acuff!! I am over the moon about having him on as my first guest on my first show. I really made my decision to accept the offer of this show after hearing Jon at BlissDom. I read his book, Quitter, the first day I had it and instantly the wheels were turning. Tune in to hear why!
Next up I will be chatting with BellaSole Shoes creator Tina Wong and taking calls from listeners who want to share their ‘Shoe Nightmare’ stories! Everyone who gets on the air to share their story will get…. drum roll please…..TWO PAIRS OF BELLASOLE SHOES!!!! That’s right! Two pair! We will also be giving a special discount code for 50% off at the end of the show!
TO wrap up, I will be sharing the recipe to my ‘Welcome’ cake! This is what I share with my new friends and guests, and as long as we are chatting around my kitchen sink we might as well have cake!
Please take a second to show some love to my sponsors, who are lovingly advertising on my first show. They believed in me enough to take a chance, and I am truly appreciative!
Chaos is Bliss is written by Ann-Marie Rohe.
About Ann-Marie: After a career in advertising and marketing, Ann-Marie is now a SAHM of three fun-loving children. Always a deal seeker, she slowly took her basic couponing skills to the next level and began sharing tips with her friends. She started Chaos Is Bliss in 2010, where she blogs about money-saving deals to help families save not only on groceries, but all around the house.