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Get Rid of ‘Clutter in Your Home, Clutter in Your Soul’ on WGN Radio August 23
Clutter in your home may reflect clutter you’re holding onto in your inner life. Find out why and what you can do about it this Saturday, August 23, on WGN Radio AM 720 in Chicago. Listen online, from anywhere in the world, or tune in on radio.
“The current astrology indicates this is a great time to work on clearing out clutter on all planes,” Nordhaus-Bike explained. “The Sun leaves playful, creative Leo and enters detail-oriented, neatness-loving Virgo this Friday, August 22, at 11:47 p.m. CDT. That’s just hours before our show on WGN Radio, so we’re ‘right on time’ for talking about cleaning. Virgo focuses on order and cleanliness, and it has a passion for health, especially holistic approaches. Astrology is a wonderful, holistic way to tune in to Virgo energies and apply them in our everyday lives.”
Over the summer, you may have felt like kicking back and just enjoying yourself. Now that Virgo time is nearly here, though, you likely will begin feeling ready to buckle down to business and tackle all those home improvement projects you’ve been putting off. “Virgo energy can help us all look at the minute details of every aspect of our life, figure out what’s not working, and take practical steps to get rid of what we no longer need,” Nordhaus-Bike added. “Afterward, we’ll feel lighter and much more efficient.”
Get Dates, Details for Month of Virgo and Its Opportunities
Get key dates for planetary shifts during this year’s month of Virgo plus tips on how astrology can help you take advantage of this month’s special opportunity to clear out what needs to go from your inner and outer life by tuning in to WGN Radio AM 720 Chicago—online or on your radio—on Saturday, August 23, from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. CDT.
During the popular “Designing With The Stars” segment on Fontana’s top-rated show, you’ll hear design guru Frank Fontana tap Anne Nordhaus-Bike’
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Frank Fontana: Author, Emmy-Nominated TV & Radio Host
Frank Fontana is known nationally as "America's D.I.Y Designer," a high style, low cost decorating guru who "tells it like it is" and is not afraid to get his hands dirty. He appears regularly as a design expert for NBC's "Today" show and is the host of one of HGTV's longest running and top rated design shows, "Design on a Dime." Many also may recognize Fontana as the real life "Italian Stallion" of the design world and winner of ABC Television Network's D.I.Y reality competition, "The Great Domestic Showdown." Shortly thereafter Frank went on to become the host of his first HGTV show, "Takeover My Makeover."
In between filming his TV programs, Frank finds time to host two highly popular radio programs, "The Design Dude with Frank Fontana" on WGN Radio 720 in Chicago and the number one, most listened to DIY radio show on the internet (with over 8 million downloads), "The Down & Dirty with Frank Fontana."
Fontana is also a regular contributor to NBC's "Open House" and WGN National News and is a Home & Style contributor to Oprah.com. His new top selling book, Frank Fontana's Dirty Little Secrets of Design, is available in bookstores nationwide and on Amazon.com. He lives and works in downtown Chicago, where he hosts a variety of DIY radio & TV shows and runs his company, Frank Fontana Home Solutions Inc. For more information please visit his website at www.frankfontana.net
More About Anne Nordhaus-Bike:
Anne Nordhaus-Bike is president of ANB Communications, a Chicago, IL-based art and communications company offering writing, astrology, art, and multimedia “to help you live in harmony, both at work and at home,” Nordhaus-Bike said. The author of the award-winning Living in Harmony astrology column for the Gazette newspaper in Chicago, she has won several journalism awards and in 1997 was added to the "Wall of Fame" of the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY.
Nordhaus-Bike focuses on practical yet inspiring astrology, particularly for business and the workplace, including tips for time management and work relationships. A popular public speaker and radio guest, she frequently appears on Frank Fontana's show on WGN Radio AM 720, based in Chicago, to discuss astrology. She also has been a frequent keynote speaker at events sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs.
She is the author of the astrology and art book Follow the Sun: A Simple Way to Use Astrology for Living in Harmony, which offers a timeless, annual guide to using astrology for living in harmony with yourself, others, and nature. See http://www.youtube.com/
Nordhaus-Bike also is an expert on communicating how astrology and art can help anyone easily improve his or her surroundings, design more effective home decor, and tap spirituality to live in tune with nature and the seasons. She is an award-winning artist and web designer and a multiple award-winning writer on astrology and art. Visit her self-designed, award-winning website, http://www.anbcommunications.com, to enjoy colorful art, inspirational yet practical writing and videos, and uplifting astrology.
Nordhaus-Bike also is the editor-in-chief of the award-winning online astrology and art newsletter, Living In Harmony. Through her spiritual fusion consultations, she provides uplifting information and guidance to help clients harmonize and balance life on all levels.
An accomplished musician and theatrical performer, in the past few years Nordhaus-Bike has focused her work in the performing arts on spiritual and mystical subjects and themes inspired by nature. Most recently, she has begun arranging and composing music and combining it with spoken word, photography, and visual art. Her work has been recognized with seven Apex awards from Communications Concepts Inc., a Washington, DC-area communication and journalism think tank, and one award from the Illinois Woman’s Press Association.
Nordhaus-Bike is an alumna of the University of Chicago and lives in the Clearing/Garfield Ridge community of Chicago. For more information, go to www.anbcommunications.com, call (312) 622-6029, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.