Chelsea Gheesling’s goal is simple: “To share our message with as many girls as possible,” and that’s exactly what she’s doing. Good Girl Comeback is the movement that promotes the idea of the “good-girl.” Wanting young girls to find their true fulfillment that only comes through being a “good-girl,” Gheesling, founder of the movement and local Metro Detroit native, first started Good Girl Comeback as a series of conferences that emphasized self-esteem, modesty, and morality.
Forget Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers. This holiday season, it’s all about the faith-based diet — and one metro Detroit synagogue is the first in the world to tackle obesity at the holy level.
A local group is inviting residents of the Southeast Michigan to heal their mind and body through “Lovin’ the D,” a free resource and entertainment fair that will provide relief to struggling residents.
On this week’s Street Beat, we talk about religions and the importance of being tolerant of different faiths.
Father’s Day is coming up and I’m thinking of one of many special times I spent with my Dad. I was working out of state but flew back to Michigan to be my Dad’s fishing […]