The National Association of Baby Boomer Women 2008 Educational and Empowerment Opportunities JANUARY Teleseminar Series -- Boomer Women: It's All About Us!

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The NABBW Educational and Empowerment Opportunities presents their 2008 Teleseminar series for the month of January; Boomer Women: It's All About Us!

The National Association of Baby Boomer Women, NABBW and are excited to offer the 2008 Teleseminar series, Boomer Women: It's All About Us!

It's January, and staying healthy and looking good is on the mind of baby boomer women. The number one ranked site on Yahoo for "baby boomer women," (The National Association of Baby Boomer Women), takes pride in educating and empowering women at midlife. The following educational opportunities are available to members for free during January.

  • Midlife Body Tune Up: Nutritious, Delicious, Healthicious!

January 8th at 4:00 p.m. ET

Janice Taylor, one of country's leading weight loss coaches, weight-loss artistâ„¢®*, motivational speaker, author of Our Lady of Weight Loss: Miraculous and Motivational Musings from the Patron Saint of Permanent Fat Removal and Gregory Anne Cox, , a food expert and certified life coach who has been dishing up all-you-can-eat servings of health and nutrition information for over 15 years, join forces to bring women of the NABBW the first teleseminar for 2008. Janice explains how dieting is about forgiveness, giving to others, self-awareness, and loving/accepting one's self, while Gregory Anne Cox will give tips and concepts women need to make the most of food choices each day. She will explain the "Yumm factor" and why it is so important.

  • Boomers Nip N' Tuck it in the Bud!

January 16 at 3:00 p.m. ET

Dr. John D Bonanno, One of New York City's best plastic surgeons shares his expertise with boomer women. Dr. Bonanno will talk about a few of the surgical areas that right now are popular for baby boomers and are at the 'cutting edge,' such as Dynamic nasal tip surgery, Eyelid surgery, Face and neck, Breasts, Tummy Tuck and Liposuction.

  • Fit and Fashion

January 22nd at 7:00 p.m. ET

Janet Wood, It's not what you wear, but how you wear it. Perception is reality -- It's possible to look taller and thinner instantly. Janet will explain why women have difficulty finding an outfit that fits in a store or why some outfits make women feel better than others. She will also offer tips on how to turn the clothing women already own into the appearance of a wardrobe designed specifically for those women. Using years of experience and expertise, she will tell women how to save a fortune on clothing, yet look better dressed than ever before.

  • GRAY Matters

January 29th at 7:00 p.m. ET

Anne Kreamer, Author of Going Gray: What I Learned about Beauty, Sex, Work, Motherhood, Authenticity, and Everything Else That Really Matters. Anne Kreamer is the former executive vice president and worldwide creative director of Nickelodeon / Nick at Nite, and a cofounder of Spy magazine. She previously created and wrote the American Treasures column for Martha Stewart Living and a monthly cultural column for Fast Company. In 2005, quickly approaching Anne's fiftieth birthday, she made the sudden and dramatic decision to go gray. She bravely chronicled the yearlong process for More magazine in an article that elicited more reader response than any piece the publication had ever run. Join the NABBW as Kreamer explores just how intensely women's hair is tied to women's perception of self.

Join the National Association of Baby Boomer Women today at and start enjoying the 20-plus teleseminars located in the MEMBER ONLY section and the other educational opportunities that will be provided on a monthly basis all through 2008!

Together at the NABBW, women can become empowered, more educated and enlightened throughout midlife and know that 2008 is the year to proudly proclaim; It's All About US!

Since launching NABBW, in 2005, and Boomer Women Speak, in 2002, Dotsie Bregel has become the expert journalists seek on Boomer women's issues. Dotsie has been mentioned in: Time magazine, LA Times, AARP Bulletin and dozens of newspapers, plus radio and television shows including CBS The Early Show with Dave Price.

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