Smart and Bold Goals  

The author of Stroke to Success, Suzy Simonson stopped by to reveal the difference between a smart and bold goal and what to do right now if you are having trouble reaching your goals.

Video Games and Divorce  

The popular video game "Fortnite" has recently been cited by Divorce Online as the reason for 200 divorces in the UK. Jodi and Shannon from Terzich and Ort stopped by to talk about how something like that would work in Minnesota.

Tips for Workplace Conflict Resolution  

Success Coach and Radio Host, Roshini Rajkumar stopped by the TCL studio to give us some tips on how to resolve conflict in the workplace. 


Most people have to keep track of about 90 passwords. And security experts say you shouldn't use the same one across multiple accounts and you should change them every few months. That's too much! Our tech producer Christian Unser has a solution! A password manager!

Tailgating Products to Step Up Your Party  

It’s football season! That means tailgating and Sunday afternoon parties. Emily Engberg found three products that will make your outing more fun and convenient. 

Be Well with TCL: Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?  

According to research done by, on average, a child gets their first smartphone at 10-years-old. That same study found that by age 12, 50% percent of kids have Facebook and Instagram accounts. And now that school’s back in session, your kids may be badgering you more about being added to your cell phone plan. That begs the question, how do you know when your child is ready for a phone? In this Be Well with TCL, we sat down with Author and Blogger Galit Breen to help answer that question.

Care Packages  

Author of "Out To Sea: Survival Guide to the Freshman Voyage", Kelly Radi, stopped by the TCL studio to give us some good tips on how to create the perfect care package for a loved one. 

Diving Into the School Year - PrairieCare   Back To Top

The school year is here which means there are new stresses, busier schedules and different enviornments. Dr. Anastasia Ristau from PrairieCare stopped by the TCL studio to share some helpful tips to dive into the school year. 

Summer Isn’t Over Yet Products   Back To Top

Labor Day is always that turn in seasons for most Minnesotans. The kids head back to school and the weather starts to cool down, but technically, there’s still some summer to be had. In fact, fall doesn’t arrive until September 22nd.

How to Find a Philanthropy   Back To Top

Success coach Roshini Rajkumar stopped by the TCL studio to provide tricks on finding a philanthropy that fits your passions and lifestyle. 

Self-Care Sunday   Back To Top

Living your best life starts with making time for yourself by slowing down to replenish your energy and do the things you love. Creator of and fashion style expert, Katie Fokken stopped by to share tips on how to a create a peaceful Self-Care Sunday routine.

Back to School Stress Management   Back To Top

Author Kristen Brown shared some tips on actions you can take to reduce stress as back to school schedules cause change. 

Stroke to Success   Back To Top

Working over 100 hours a week was part of Suzy Wigstadt-Simonson normal routine. She had a demanding schedule that left her running on little sleep while dealing with consistent migraines. Everything changed on September 25th, 2010 when she was hospitalized and left with the mindset of a newborn after suffering a stroke. It was a long road to recovery but she discovered how to turn life's adversities into your greatest strengths. She stopped by today to share tips on how you can take massive imperfect action towards your goals.  

Productivity Tips   Back To Top

Author Jasmine Brett Stringer taught us how to stay productive while working from home.   

Laundry Kit   Back To Top

The Laundry Evangelist, Patric Richardson, shared his tips on getting out some common stains. 

LinkedIn Myths   Back To Top

LinkedIn is a the world’s largest professional network with over 550 million users worldwide. It’s mission is to connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. Jennifer Chenoweth is the creator of the She stopped by to talk about some common myths about LinkedIn and why people use it.

Becoming An "Empty Nester"   Back To Top

Longtime Twin Cities journalist and author Roxane Battle shares how she handled becoming an "empty nester" when her son graduated. 

Give It A Go or Hire A Pro? with Matt Muenster   Back To Top

DIY Networks host of Bath Crashers, Matt Muenster, stopped by to let us know if we should "Give it A Go or Hire A Pro".

Super Saver: Cheap School Supplies   Back To Top

According to - a risk and financial advisory service - the average household will spend around $500 dollars to send their kids back to school. But our Twin Cities Live Super Saver says she could never let you spend that much! TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson headed out to several different stores to find the cheap, cheaper and cheapest school supplies out there.

Break the Twitch   Back To Top

Anthony Ongaro is the creator of Break the Twitch, a website and YouTube channel to help people live with intention through minimalism. He stopped by with tips on how you can “Break the Twitch” and what that means.

Jodi Livon - Ask The Psychic   Back To Top

Our Happy Medium, Jodi Livon stopped by our studio to answer viewer's questions on psychic channeling. 

Screen Time Advice from PrairieCare   Back To Top

Dr. Anastasia Ristau from PrairieCare stopped by the TCL studio to share the effects of screen time and methods to create healthy habits in your home.

How to Break the Habit of Procrastination   Back To Top

If you find yourself putting off an important task then you're not alone. Tomorrow becomes next week, next week turns into next month and so on. Life Coach Barbara Churchill stopped by to help you break the procrastination habit.
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Starting Tough Conversations   Back To Top

Life is full of awkward conversations. Success Coach Roshini Rajkumar believes it is best to face them head on. She stopped by the TCL studio to share some advice on how to start those interactions. 

How To Prioritize Your Summer To-Do List   Back To Top

The summer is going by quickly and there may be a couple of goals, events or trips that you would like to accomplish before the season changes. Best-selling author, Kristen Brown stopped by with some helpful steps and advice on how to do so. 

Various Ways to Save Cash   Back To Top

It's suggested that you have six months of income in an emergency fund. Many Americans don't. If that amount seems daunting, Bill Wagner from Hiway Federal Credit Union breaks it down into more achievable goals. Plus, watch to see the difference between the various types of savings accounts.

Patric Richardson - The Laundry Evangelist   Back To Top

Patric Richardson, "The Laundry Evangelist" discovered a passion for a simple task that everyone else deems as a chore. He's helped people around the nation change the way they do laundry and even help them learn to enjoy it.     

How Child Support is Calculated   Back To Top

TMZ is reporting that Britney Spears's ex Kevin Federline doesn't think $20,000 a month is good enough for child support for their two kids. Jodi and Shannon from Terzich and Ort stop by to explain how it works in Minnesota.

Dad’s Day Experiences   Back To Top

Doing something special for dad is always nice, but sometimes coming up with a unique gift for Father’s Day can be tricky. We’re hooking you up experiences, not just gift ideas. These are some fun things you and dad can do together. Adventurous reporter Emily Engberg came up with the list and says all of them are different. All of them are perfect depending on the type of dad in your life. 

First Aid on the Campground   Back To Top

Dr. Archelle Georgiou does a round of “take this, not that” with camping first aid!