Maryann Ridini Spencer: How can college students eat healthier and less expensive meals at home?
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Our next guest is Maryann Ridini Spencer! She writes themes of Aloha …penning award-winning novels and writing and producing critically-acclaimed projects for film & television. She began her career as a producer/writer for Cable News Network. Later, she was appointed Director of Publicity for Miss Universe, Inc., and also served as Senior Vice President of Stephen J. Cannell Productions/The Cannell Studios before founding Ridini Entertainment Corporation, an award-winning PR, marketing, multimedia content creation, and TV and film production company. As company president, she is committed to creating, writing, producing, and promoting content that entertains, inspires, educates, and uplifts. She has executive produced/produced numerous movies and series for television and the foreign theatrical market. Her projects have appeared on Showtime, SyFy, TMC, USA Networks, CBS-TV, and Time Warner Cable. She is celebrated for co-producing/writing the teleplay for the award-winning Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, The Lost Valentine. Based on the James Michael Pratt novel, the movie stars Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt. Over fifteen million viewers tuned in to watch the film, which won CBS-TV the night in ratings and won the Movieguide®“Faith and Freedom” Award. Maryann is also the creator, writer, producer, and host of the Telly Award-Winning healthy living cooking series, cookbooks, and blog, Simply Delicious Living with Maryann®, and author of Lady in the Window, The Paradise Table, Secrets of Grace Manor, and the cookbook Simply Delicious Living with Maryann® —Entrées.
We find out why Maryann chose Hofstra University for her undergraduate experience, where she got this early love of TV/Film Production, how college students can eat healthier and less expensive meals at home, some healthy living concepts to get more tasty nutrients into your diet, how we can escape the TMT (Too Much Technology) Zone, how college students can discover their superpowers and live their authentic life now, how students can cope with stress and see the light at the end of the tunnel, and where we can learn to “Live in the Spirit” with daily principles that have been practiced by the Hawaiians for centuries. Enjoy!