#ETTWomenTV: Dr. Julie Davelman

Dr. Julie Davelman received her Bachelors of Art in Psychology from New York University, and her Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology from St. John’s University.

In her current position as a psychologist at Abrams Psychological Services, Dr. Davelman uses her diverse clinical background to provide individual and group therapy for people experiencing a wide gamut of clinical symptoms, including depression, anxiety, anger and trauma. Additionally, through her involvement with Births, Babies and Beyond, Dr. Davelman is actively involved in the promotion of mental health as it relates to family life, and especially to the starting of a family and the raising of children.  Dr. Davelman  is also committed to helping people meet their health and wellness goals, whether that means exercising more, losing weight, quitting smoking or sleeping better. By looking at the mental health components of wellness, Dr. Davelman helps clients achieve the goals they set for themselves while providing support during setbacks and struggles.

Watch as Dr. Davelman shares her tips for women and mothers who are also building business.

The Beauty Of A Detox with Dixie Lincoln-Nichols

Throughout the ages, health experts have praised the benefits of cleansing and restoring the body with detoxes. So what is a detox? Does it even work, and is it right for you? I can assure you, it’s more than a beauty buzz word. Truth be told, not all livers are up the the task of eliminating toxins effectively. I’ll be sharing the benefits of supporting the body’s natural detoxification process, who the best candidates for a detox are, and how to determine your detox potential. If this is your first time use the discount code on this page first.

Dixie L Nichols is a wife, mama, science educator, author, certified self-care & wellness practitioner, and entrepreneur. After teaching high school biological science for 14 years, she took a leap, quit my job and founded Dixie Bits Bath & Body, which has been featured in media outlets like, Redbook, Natural Health, Instyle, Working Woman, Huffington Post, Essence Online, Tampa Tribune and more.
Dixie is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and The College of Naturopatic Medicine in the UK. She is currently immersed in her wellness practice and the chief self-care connoisseur at Inside Outer Beauty, where she curates content supporting women to live beautifully inside and out. Dixie will soon be launching the Inside Outer Beauty Subscription Box.

Join us for Dixie’s LIVE workshop on May 19th, 2017 at 11 am, complete details HERE!

#ETTWomenTV: Vanessa Coppes and Alesha Lazan, founder of Wholetrition at Lululemon Athletica in Freehold

Our Co-Founder Vanessa Coppes is with Alesha Lazan, founder of Wholetrition at Lululemon Athletica in Freehold, NJ.


At Wholetrition, Lazan provides you with the tools you need that make it easy to stay on track with nutrition, fitness and yoga. You can transform your health and live the lifestyle that works for you. Learn more at Wholetrition.com!

Halloween for All Diets with The Food Allergy Research & Education and the Teal Pumpkin Project


The Food Allergy Research & Education and the Teal Pumpkin Project are working to create awareness for children with special dietary needs. Together, they are working to reach families in order to generate inclusion for all children by redefining a culture that is more accepting of all types of diets!


  • On Halloween day, provide non-food treats for trick-or-treaters
  • Place a teal pumpkin outside to indicate that you have non-food treats available
  • Display the free sign provided on the FARE website to explain your cause


  • To get a teal pumpkin, you can buy some teal paint and a pumpkin then craft your own!
  • Many craft and dollar stores provide colored plastic pumpkin decorations


The Teal Pumpkin Project is spreading a valuable message that can be supported by all families, and is relative to the concepts of the profession of Occupational Therapy (OT). In OT, the social environment that a child lives in is recognized as an enhancement or a barrier to the performance of an activity. Additionally, play is regarded as an essential occupation to the development of a child, but sometimes there are unintentional barriers to participating in this activity. Halloween is a cultural event that allows children to play and socialize with their peers, but the normal tradition of giving out candy is not as forgiving for children with dietary restrictions. Fortunately, there are ways to include these children in the fun by simply following a few suggestions outlined by the Teal Pumpkin Project! Make the inclusion of all children important in your family and community in order to provide a fun an accepting environment for children with varying diets.

For more information about who is affected by food allergies and the non-food treats suggested by the Teal Pumpkin Project, visit the FARE website at: http://www.foodallergy.org/teal-pumpkin-project/about

Time to start taking care of yourself

As entrepreneurial women, we tend to go all out when it comes to taking care of our business and family, but devoting time to our own health and well-being is usually last on the list.  What about taking care of ourselves first, so we can actually take care of the rest like our family and business? Lets take a look at what makes us unique.

Did you know your blood type is the key to unlocking the secrets to your biochemical individuality?

Your Blood Type is the key that unlocks the door to the mysteries of health, disease, longevity, physical vitality and emotional strength.  Are you Blood Type A, B, AB, or O? Knowing your blood type is not the only reason while you are giving blood? Research indicates that your blood type is a key genetic factor that influences many areas of your health and well-being.

According to many years of research it has been discovered that one blood type might be more prone for one health issue then from another blood type.

According to American Heart Association they have discovered that:

Even when symptoms are present, in some cases they may be mild. That’s why, std treatment – stdaware is only part of the equation. It’s also important to look at general risk of contracting an STD and the time since the last STD screening. Anyone that’s sexually active should be tested at least once per year, and possible more frequently. For people that have unprotected sex, sex with multiple partners, or those that have symptoms (even if they seem mild), testing should be a top priority.

Blood type may influence heart disease risk

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Study Highlights:
  • Having blood type A, B, or AB was associated with a higher risk for coronary heart disease when compared to those who had blood type O.
  • Genetics determine blood type, but a healthy lifestyle may help protect those with types A, B or AB.
  • The findings were based on two large studies of adults followed for at least 20 years.

Did you notice that some people tend to lose weight more easily, while for others, weight loss for them are more difficult? Or wondered why some people are plagued by certain illness while others stay healthy and vital well into their later years. The answer is in your blood type. Knowing your blood type is an important tool for understanding how your body reacts to food, your susceptibility to disease, your natural reaction to stress, and so much more, by knowing your blood type you could know if you’re at a higher risk to suffer a heart disease and start to take care of that sooner there are great alternatives like https://healthyusa.co/the-blood-cleanse-breakthrough-review-revive-you-cardiac-health-naturally/ to prevent serious health conditions.  Stress is a dangerous issue and there are so many ways of fighting it, one of the easiest will be to get a massage machine like foot massagers can relieve stress and they are so easy to use, but you can also find a local spa like the swedish massage sydney which is great . A single drop of blood contains a biochemical makeup as unique to you as your fingerprint.

Below are five facts about your blood type that could change your life:

1. Your blood type may predict your susceptibility for certain diseases.

2. People of different blood types react differently to stress.

3. Your blood type antigens are not just in your blood

4. Gut bacteria is related to blood type.

5. A one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition does not work.

Food fads come and go, but it is clear: everyone does not have the same nutritional needs. We all know someone who is a strict vegetarian and thrives on that diet, while others swear by Atkins or similar low-carb plans. I have found that our nutritional needs can be determined by our blood type. This can allow you to lose weight, reduce inflammation, increase energy and lead a longer, healthier life.

Have you experienced any of these health conditions? These are some of the signs that you might be experiencing problems from Lectins in your diet:

*Bloating and flatulence after meals
*Changes in bowel habits
*Achy joints and muscles
*Hormonal fluctuations
*Skin eruptions
*Fatigue and tiredness

What is a Lectin, you might ask?  A chemical reaction occurs between your blood and the foods you eat. This reaction is part of your genetic inheritance. Lectins, abundant and diverse proteins found in foods, have agglutinating properties that affect your blood and the lining of your digestive tract. Lectins are a powerful way for organisms in nature to attach themselves to other organisms in nature.

Is it time to start making healthy choices? Contact me through link below.

This blog piece was originally featured on http://www.beautyfrominsideandout.com/

Angela Serritella is a Licensed Cosmetologist, Naturopathic Doctor, Nutritional Therapist and a Certified Nutritionist who helps her clients feel and look great from inside and out.

She offers natural health options for everyday health concerns. The treatments with her patients include dietary changes, supplementary nutrients like uridine, Use this brand of uridine monophosphate in order to avoid harmful fillers. Visit http://goodpreworkoutsupplements.com/ for more details. Don´t forget to exercise, take herbal medicine, natural remedies or homeopathy, she even give advice such as utilizing wide fitting shoes for bunions for those with foot pain. I suggest that if you are going to start working out an taking care of yourself you should get a maidenform waist nipper which will help you get in the best shape.
She offers one-on-one nutrition consultation and weight management services in person and online
Angela is the owner of Beauty From Inside and Out    

3 Steps to Finding Abundance in Your Life

Do you look at the glass as half way filled or half way empty? When thinking about things in your business and your life, is the question ‘why me’?
If you see the glass half empty or if you have become the victim in every plausible scenario, know this: you can change the cycle.
Here are 3 steps you can take right now to find abundance in your life:

Step 1: See the world as an abundant, providing, friendly place.

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

Dr. Wayne Dyer

When you see the world as abundant and friendly, your intentions are genuine possibilities. They will become a certainty, because your world will be experienced from a world that provides rather than restricts. You’ll see a world that wants you to be successful and abundant, rather than one that conspires against you.

Step 2: Affirm: I attract success and abundance into my life because that is who I am.

This puts you in harmony with your Source.

Your goal is to eliminate any distance between what you desire and that from which you pull it into your life. Abundance and success aren’t out there waiting to show up for you. You are already it, and your Source can only provide you with what it is, and, consequently, what you already are.

Step 3: Stay in an attitude of allowing. 

Resistance is disharmony between your desire for abundance and your beliefs about your ability.

Allowing means a perfect alignment. An attitude of allowing means that you ignore efforts by others to dissuade you. It also means that you don’t rely on your pervious ego-oriented beliefs about abundance being a part of or not a part of your life.

In an attitude of abundance, all resistance in the form of thoughts of negativity or doubt are replaced with simply knowing that you and your Source are one. Picture the abundance you desire freely flowing directly to you and it will be yours!


Don’t Try to Be Mindful with Daron Larson at ETTWomen’s Ohio Chapter Think Tank

Although mindfulness has been shown to help decrease stress and increase contentment, many who try it give up frustrated, convinced they’re doing it wrong. By comparing mindfulness practice to physical fitness, Daron helps people distinguish the benefits from the exercises required to experience them.

Daron Larson loves working with people who have tried mindfulness but gave up convinced they’re unable to do it. He encourages people to exercise their natural capacities for focus, self-awareness, resilience, and compassion. Many of his students report decreased distraction, anxiety, and insomnia as a result of exploring the exercises he practices and shares. In addition to personal attention training with individuals, Daron has also worked with groups of business leaders, cancer survivors, medical care givers, and prison inmates — all of whom continue to teach and inspire him in return.

Join Daron Larson at ETTWomen’s June 10th event. RSVP below!


For more information about Daron’s work visit:



Become Your Company’s CHO: Chief Happiness Officer


If you’re a business owner, company manager or team leader, you no doubt try to hire individuals who are competent, skilled and capable. It is likely that you also want your employees or staff to be engaged and supportive of their co-workers and your enterprise. Your postings for open positions may include words such as creative, resilient, adaptable, and motivated.

Even though identifying and hiring people with those sorts of qualities is itself an accomplishment, a smart leader understands that the recruiting effort does not end on the start date of a new hire. According to a recent Conference Board survey of CEOs worldwide, the greatest challenge faced by company decision makers was “how best to develop, engage, manage, and retain talent.” Whether a company is small or large, retention of valued employees is a primary concern for business owners and leaders.

Talented employees are easier to retain when they are engaged. An engaged employee is one who is fully absorbed by, and enthusiastic about, his or her work and so takes positive action to further the organization’s reputation and interests. “Engaged” is not synonymous with “happy,” but we know that a happy employee is much more likely to become — and stay — engaged. A happy work environment also stimulates innovation and commitment. It makes good employees want to stay.

Creating a Culture That Values Employees

So, how do you create happy? You need a company culture that values leadership, teamwork, integrity and transparency. However, to ingrain those values inthe culture of a company, those at the top, even if only a sole proprietor, need to “walk” the “talk” — by having frequent, open communication on matters that concern the company and its employees and by fostering an environment that encourages the free exchange of ideas.

Other requirements for a happy workplace include opportunities for professional growth and a system that reliably recognizes employees for a job well done. Money, of course, is likely to be an important component of any successful reward system. However, employee rewards can also take the form of programs that reduce workplace stress, promote self-awareness and nurture a strong sense of belonging. If employees are provided with an opportunity to develop skills and insights that help them decompress and manage stress in their personal lives, they can, and will, apply those skills and insights in the workplace.

Allowing Teamwork to Evolve

When a group of individuals who work together are allowed an opportunity to connect, grow and have fun together, they evolve into a team. And as a team, with a stake in each other’s success, they will spend far less time of their workday on unproductive or counter-productive efforts, discussions and thoughts. When people feel reinvigorated, they are better able to focus and to think strategically. “Happy” starts to permeate the workplace.

Promoting Wellness

Many people today, of all ages, are exploring holistic approaches to health and well-being. They place a high value on the opportunity to learn and practice new (and sometimes ancient) methods of caring for themselves and those around them. It’s not necessary to form a wellness division within your company to reward employees with an opportunity to benefit from practices that support mind, body and spirit. You can create these opportunities by arranging periodic workshops, half-day retreats or team-building events. Alternatively, you can provide employees with access to an independent practitioner such as a life coach or nutrition counselor, or even by holding weekly yoga classes in a conference room. These offerings communicate to your employees that you value them as individuals and that their overall well-being is important to you and the company.

Mindfulness 101 

The availability of scientific research measuring the many positive physical, mental and emotional changes experienced by those who practice meditation has increased its acceptance into the mainstream of healthcare. As a result, more and more companies are introducing the practice to employees in order to help improve focus and disrupt negative, unproductive thought patterns while under stress. A daily meditation practice of 10 minutes has been proven to strengthen the Executive Center of the brain, responsible for working memory, reasoning, problem solving and planning, after only eight weeks.

Providing mindfulness training at work is another excellent way to reward employees with an opportunity to benefit from practices that nourish mind, body and spirit and improve performance while also creating for them, a pretty cool place to work.

As a leader, what will you do to promote happy and create a positive work environment? How will you demonstrate a professional and personal commitment to your team? Keep in mind that while it’s wonderful to hire great people, it’s even more rewarding overhearing them tell others how much they love where they work!


Fran McConnell, CPC, ELI-MP, is a Certified Professional Coach, corporate trainer, keynote speaker and reinvention expert. She provides mindfulness training and other resilience-based workshops to company employees. Connect with Fran at fran@thebalancedowl.com or www.thebalancedowl.com.


Meet ETTWomen Member and Author of Inside Outer Beauty, Dixie Lincoln-Nichols


You know how Lynette and I always talk about The Power of Connections? A tweet, that’s right..a tweet nearly 5 years ago connected me to this fabulous woman whom today I am proud to call a colleague, supporter and most importantly, a friend. Lynette and I are also proud to call her an ETTWomen!

Dixie Lincoln- Nichols is a former science educator (14 years of Biological science education), a wife, mother, author, lifestyle & women’s wellness connoisseur, the founder of Dixie Bits Bath and Body products.

Just like birthing a child, birthing a book comes with a lot of self-doubt, fear and the occasional morning sickness but once it is done…the exhilarating feeling of accomplishment -specially when your ulterior motive is to serve others.

We spent a powerful weekend with Dixie where we received our signed copy of her latest baby: Inside Outer Beauty – Thriving for Healthy and Beautiful Skin Through the Ages.


“We all want to put our healthiest skin forward, for it is the first thing the world sees. But genetics and the environment can sometimes thwart those well intended plans. For some, great looking skin is inherent. For others it is a task. And still for others it is a down right battle to find the best anti aging cream” Dixie explains.

I have personally battled with difficult skin since I was 13 years old and Inside Outer Beauty examines the principle that healthy and gorgeous skin is a result of well rounded care. This includes a clean diet rich in nutrient-dense foods, a consistent and appropriate skin care regimen, radical self care, and heightened mindfulness and spirituality.

Whether you have normal skin or oily skin, teen skin or mature skin, you’ll find applicable and actionable solutions for your specific skin type, that will help guide you on your journey toward obtaining and maintaining healthy, glowing skin.

Inside Outer Beauty  is available in:

Hardcover at  Barnes & Nobles, Amazon,

Ebook/Ereaders: Kobo.comBarnes & NoblesAmazon

After this journey Dixie adds,”Today I want to encourage you to believe your intentions. Write them down. Tell someone. Put them in the universe. Pray about them, and watch them come to pass.”

I can personally relate to what this path looks like, encourage you to do the same and to enhance your life by delving into Inside Outer Beauty today!


Do you have a question? PLEASE, let’s connect HERE or leave me a comment below!

You’re Invited to A Fun Meeting, Benefitting The Flemingloss Family

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ETTWomen‘s mission is to connect, learn and give back to our community.

It is with great pleasure that this year, our 3rd. Annual Wellness and Beauty Day will be dedicated to raising funds for James Flemingloss, an 8 year old boy from Marlboro, NJ diagnosed with T-Cell Leukemia.

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James was diagnosed with T-Cell leukemia in December 2012. He loves to play video games on his computer with his gaming mouse for mac, chess, Nerf gun wars, and go swimming.  James also plays baseball for Little League and basketball for Marlboro Rec.  His favorite foods are pizza, Swedish fish and Kraft macaroni “n” cheese with some fresh fish we got from a service online at https://www.aoseafood.co.uk/order/fresh-fish-online/.  James loves to read and learn new things.  He does very well in school and is part of the Math Gifted and Talented program.  He loves his pet bunny named Lenny and takes him out for “hops” on a leash in the warm weather!!  He has lots of friends and is kind and respectful. James lives with his older brother Evan, Mom and Dad, he always visits john sharkman site to give his dad the best gifts.

ETTWomen’s BINGO is an opportunity to connect and network with other business professionals in our area, while giving back to our community.

Cards will be sold at door. You can also donate online HERE.

May 29, 2015

Fireside Bar and Grill

133 South Main Street

Marlboro, NJ 07746


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