Chloe JonPaul the author of the book Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide for the Modern Maturing Woman joins the show.
- Title of Ms. Maryland Senior America 2003
- Recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship Seminars Abroad award to South Africa, 1996
- Volunteer internship during the 2005 Maryland legislative session as a Legacy Leadership Institute graduate
- Lead facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project in prison and community workshops on conflict resolution for ten years
- State representative for the National Family Caregivers Association’s caregiver
- Community Action Network 2006-2008
- Advisory board member: MD, Healthcare Commission and the Interagency Commission for Aging Services: Maryland Dept. of Aging
- Hospice and homeless shelter volunteer
- Coordinator for the Good Samaritan Project at her church
- World traveler – all 7 continents
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Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide for the Modern Maturing Woman
Chloe’s latest book, This Business of Children, is a novel which is due out in June.
Chloe’s philosophy of life is: find a need and fill it. She is the proud mother of son, Dominic and daughter, Alessa. Her 3 grandsons are her greatest joy. Chloe resides in Bowie, MD.
Chloe JonPaul discusses & answers the following:
- What are some simple measures that men and women can take to improve their health as they age?
- What are your thoughts on ultra metabolism?
- You also mention toxic overload and “changing your oil filter”. What can you tell our listeners about that?
- Stress can cause a lot of physical problems and we know that there are 3 major emotions that affect physical health. You talk about the FGA Quotient. What does that mean?