Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods

March 31, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Woods is an author and illustrator of children’s books, the vice president of the board for the York Region Chamber of Commerce, on the board for the York Education Foundation, and the “powerhouse” at the Wiggly Bridge Distillery. She was born in Manchester, NH and currentlyContinue reading “Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods”

Dating and Single Parenting with Eric Levin

March 24, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Today, I tried something new. Instead of talking to a guest about some cool project they are going all in on, I wanted to discuss topics that are important to us. Eric Levin, a single father, a real estate agent, and a good friend of mine, joinedContinue reading “Dating and Single Parenting with Eric Levin”

Middle School Musicals with the Cast of PMS’s Aladdin, Jr.

March 10, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins I interviewed the cast of Portsmouth Middle School’s production of Aladdin, Jr., which is opening Monday, March 11 and is running for three nights. All shows start at 7 pm. Maddoc, Nick, Scarlet, and Ian talk about the musical, their favorite parts of the show, and whatContinue reading “Middle School Musicals with the Cast of PMS’s Aladdin, Jr.”

Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield

March 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Laura Mansfield is the author of Geezer Stories: The Care and Feeding of Old People, a book that was birthed from a series of Facebook posts she originally shared to help her cope with the frustrations, heartaches and small joys of caring for her aging parents. LauraContinue reading “Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield”

A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s with Paula Sarver

February 24, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Paula Sarver is a new author who fell into the publishing world when, after moving her mother into an assisted living center for Alzheimer’s, she discovered her mother’s prayer journal. She turned that journal into An Introspective Journey: A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s. Paula joined meContinue reading “A Memoir of Living with Alzheimer’s with Paula Sarver”

The Gentleman Bard with Aaron Shaver

February 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Aaron Shaver is an author, actor, storyteller, husband, and father. He also creates introspective video essays based on popular movies or TV shows and connects them to the way the themes show up in real life. He joins me from Nashville to talk about how he foundContinue reading “The Gentleman Bard with Aaron Shaver”

Restoring Balance and Empowering Women with Moon Essence

February 10, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adrienne Irizarry joins me again to talk about a new business she started called Moon Essence. Through her own experiences with vaginal steaming and Chinese medicine, Adrienne’s practice works with women to help restore ease and balance in all stages of life. Adrienne talks about how andContinue reading “Restoring Balance and Empowering Women with Moon Essence”

Lifestyle Medicine with Dr. Love

February 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Dr. K.L. Johnson or Dr. Love is a multi-lingual, nationally certified speech-language pathologist, linguist, certified autism specialist, certified public health researcher and certified in the practice of cognitive rehabilitation. She is founder and director of the non-profit, Dr. Love’s Healthcare and Dr. Love’s Integrative Nutrition & LifestyleContinue reading “Lifestyle Medicine with Dr. Love”

The Hero’s Journey with Mike Parker

January 27, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Mike Parker is a stage and film director, playwright, novelist, screenwriter, actor, and the founder of WordCrafts Press. He joined me from Middle Tennessee where he lives with wife, author Paula K. Parker. Mike talks about his journey and how he started his publishing company; marrying hisContinue reading “The Hero’s Journey with Mike Parker”

A Different Path with Jody Clark

January 13, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jody Clark grew up in the Kittery and York area of southern Maine. Contrary to the traditional path, he started off writing screenplays; when that didn’t work out, he turned those stories into novels. He now has four novels to his credit, using stories from his lifeContinue reading “A Different Path with Jody Clark”