Finding Inspiration this Spring  

Radio Host and Success Coach Roshini Rajkumar stopped by the TCL studio with some tips on how to feel inspired this new spring season. 

No Grocery Challenge  

Writer of the blog Yes and Yes, Sarah Von Bargen is on a mission to reduce food waste and help save people money. She created the "No Grocery Challenge" and stopped by the studio to explain. 

Laundry Soap 101  

When it comes to your laundry routine you have lots of options to get your clothes fresh and clean. Regardless of what you use to clean your clothes, chances are you're using too much. The laundry evangelist, Patric Richardson stopped by to set the record straight and says a little detergent goes a long way.

Two Haute Mamas Return  

Sheletta Brundidge and Lindy Vincent from the Two Haute Mamas podcast stop by to talk about a viral story from the BBC about professor who held a student's baby throughout class and an article on the Washington Post about "intensive parenting". 

MN Brands for Good  

Co-Founders of MN Brands for Good, AJ Buckner and Gina Moore realized there was an issue with the way we fundraise for schools and non-profits. They teamed up to create a catalog that friends and family will actually want to buy. 

Tips for Public Speaking  

Author and Keynote Speaker Kristen Brown stopped by the TCL studio to chat about how to conquer public speaking. 

Finding Joy - Author Ingrid Lee  

Author and Ted Talk Star, Ingrid Lee, stopped by the studio to chat about the key to finding joy. 

Mindset Makeover Tips   Back To Top

If you've been motivated to start certain health and fitness goals but you've fallen off track, you're not alone. Fitness coach, Nancy Stoneberg stopped by with tips to give you a mindset makeover so you can build strength in your mind, which will help you set a goal and stick with it.

Eating More Fruits & Veggies with CobornsDelivers   Back To Top

Registered Dietian for, Emily Parent, taught us some great ways to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into our daily diets. 

Instagram Apps   Back To Top

Jenna Redfield of Twin Cities Collective stopped by the Twin Cities Live studio with some fun instagram apps to try. 

Story of Your Soul   Back To Top

Jodi Livon the Happy medium and intuitive coach usually gives two lucky members in our audience a live rapid reading but instead she stopped by to share a new concept, called “Story of Your Soul.” It has been helping her clients get “unstuck” from the story they keep telling themselves. This concept also helps people shift into having a more positive mindset.

Must-Listen Podcasts   Back To Top

Author and Keynote Speaker Kristen Brown stopped by the TCL studio to share some of the must listen podcasts currently available. 

Social Media and Fighting Siblings with "Two Haute Mamas"   Back To Top

Sheletta Brundidge and Lindy Vincent from the "Two Haute Mamas" podcast weigh in on a Scary Mommy article about letting siblings fight and a WFMY article about a woman who's son's pictures went viral after she posted them online.  

Unique Ways to Meet Singles   Back To Top

Love was recently in the air at Afton Alps. They hosted their third annual Chairlift Speed Dating event where singles were matched for a ride up the slopes. If the conversation hit an icy patch, a new chairlift match could be requested. Making a love connection has dramatically changed over the years and for some singles, the Tinder App and matchmaking websites, aren’t cutting it. Twin Cities Live reporter Kelli Hanson found a few unique ways to find yourself a partner here in Minnesota.

Be Well with TCL: Unleashing Your Creativity   Back To Top

Founder of ModernWell and Author of The Self-Care Solution, Julie Burton,  stopped by the TCL studio with some ideas for how to unleash your creativity. 

Cleaning Winter Apparel   Back To Top

The Laundry Evangelist, Patric Richardson, shared some simple tips on how to clean your winter gear and apparel. 

Love & Relationship Advice   Back To Top

Sucsess Coach and Radio Personality Roshini Rajkumar stopped by the TCL studio with some advice on how to communicate better in your relationships. 

Super Saver: Winter Gear Deals   Back To Top

Minnesota feels more like the North Pole these days. But step inside a Target and you’re confronted with bathing suits and beach bags. That means, Spring Break and Summer is just around the corner and that means deep discounts on cold weather gear! Twin Cities Live’s Super Saver, reporter Kelli Hanson, has rounded up some of the best savings she’s found on coats and boots.

Products to Warm Up!   Back To Top

The Polar Vortex has left people of the Twin Cities searching for any way to warm up! You could wear a warm coat, a second pair of socks, keep hot coffee at the ready all day long. Or you can just cozy up in a coat, that doubles as a blanket! It’s just one of a few unique products Twin Cities Live Reporter Kelli Hanson found to heat things up!

Closet Consultation and Styling Tips   Back To Top

Do you ever stand and just stare at your closet? It's full of clothes but still you think, "I've got nothing to wear."  It isn't because you need to go and and spend more money on more clothes. Rather, you just need a little closet facelift!  Fashion expert and blogger, Amy Seeman, shows us how to get inspired with the looks you already own.

Friendly Divorces with Terzich and Ort   Back To Top

Celebrities Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have a stipulation in their divorce that they must live within six miles of each other until their son is done with sixth grade. Jodi and Shannon from Terzich and Ort stopped by to talk about friendly divorces. 

Organizing Projects   Back To Top

So you have resolved to finally cut the clutter in your life and get organized in 2019 and decided to get motivated by binge watching the Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Why not make TV time productive and actually get a project done while you learn some new ideas. The Minnesota chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing professionals (NAPO) offers these easy steps to get you started.

Home + Remodeling Show: Sustainability   Back To Top

The Home + Remodeling Show is taking place this weekend, January 27th to January 29th at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Steve Gragne stopped by with some tips on how to make our homes more sustainable. 

"Two Haute Mammas" Tackle Current Topics   Back To Top

Sheletta Brundidge and Lindy Vincent from the Two Haute Mamas podcast share their thoughts on a NY Post story about kids losing expensive hats and a Page Six story about Kim Kardashian dropping big bucks on designer bags for the little girls in her life. 

Katie K9 Pet of The Month: Sky from Warrior Dog Rescue   Back To Top

Pet Expert Katie K9 stopped by the TCL studio to talk about the importance of obedience class and introduced us to rescue Sky. 

Big O Tires: Know Your Tread   Back To Top

January and snow. They typically go together like peanut butter and jelly. That's why it's so weird to have our PB without the J. But we hear it's coming soon. And when those roads do get treacherous, like we know they will, you'd better be prepared. It's why Twin Cities Live headed to Big O Tires to get a lesson in the perfect tread.

Metabolic Acupuncture   Back To Top

Senia Mae of Healing InSight stopped by the TCL studio to share a Metabolic Acupucture program that encourages weight loss. 

Sticking to New Year's Resolutions   Back To Top

Setting New Year's Resolutions can be easy but following through on them can be a tad more difficult. Author and Keynote Speaker Kristen Brown stopped by with some advice on how to accomplish those goals in 2019. 

Apps Worth Downloading   Back To Top

If you got a new smartphone over the holidays or are still rocking your classic model, there are many useful apps worth checking out! Our tech producer Christian Unser shares a few of his favorites!

Two Haute Mamas: Adulting to Phones at Family Gatherings   Back To Top

Sheletta Brundidge and Lindy Vincent are the co-hosts of Two Haute Mamas Podcast where they tackel difficult parenting questions. They stopped by the TCL studio to share some of their on when kids should be taught to "adult".  Interested in listening to their podcasts? Click here