Friday, 09 November 2012 09:12

Arlene Hylton-Campbell, Guest Writer

Arlene Hylton-Campbell has over 20 years of work experience in the beauty industry, is a Reverend and Spiritual Teacher who delights in assisting Youth and Adults alike in remembering their Spiritual Potential and Capacity. Through her Workshops, Lectures, and One-on-Onecouncil, she

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Friday, 09 November 2012 17:07

Dr. Lois Frankel, Guest Writer

Dr. Lois Frankel, President of Corporate Coaching International, a Pasadena, California consulting firm, literally wrote the book on coaching people to succeed in businesses large and small around the globe. Her books Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office and Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich are international bestsellers translated into over twenty-five languages worldwide.

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Friday, 09 November 2012 09:04

LaTerri Hughes-Hall, Guest Writer

LaTerri Hughes-Hall is a writer and documentary filmmaker. Her latest documentary work, “A Secret Passage” has screened around the country at film festivals, training workshops and retreats for women. LaTerri’s work focuses primarily on the unfolding spiritual and emotional journey of women and our empowerment. She currently lives in Seattle, Wa. and is working on her novel.

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Friday, 09 November 2012 01:01

Michael Peñafiel, Guest Writer

Michael Peñafiel works as a Family & Child Therapist and as a self-defense instructor. With a Masters in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling and over 10 years of self-defense training experience, Michael Peñafiel’s dual career gives him insight into the male and female human dynamic experienced during fighting.

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Thursday, 08 November 2012 08:59

Aldeana Frazell: Creator of Soluv Magazine

ALdeana Frazell

Aldeana Frazell, Executive Editor of Soluv Magazine, learn how the desire to help others led her to create a passionate project to support and empower.

Poised with an impressive management resume, Aldeana Frazell’s work experience includes working as an Internet Project Manager for Reed Communications and McGraw Hill Publishing. She has a BBA in Business from Georgia State University and an Associated Degree in Graphic Design from the UCLA Extension program.

February 2005, Aldeana set out to find a position that would allow her to utilize both her business and creative skills in a way that was fulfilling to her while also making a positive difference in the world. This intention led her to accept an Art Director position at an international community organization called Agape. This position exposed her to new ideas on truly honoring one self and others. While working at Agape, she was in arms distance to revered women leaders such as Iyanla Vanzant, Marianne Williamson, and Debbie Ford. It was seeing these women leaving an empowering mark in the world that motivated her to continue to search for a purposeful path for her life.

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Friday, 09 November 2012 16:58

Monisha Lewis

Monisha Lewis
Soluv Magazine Social Media Administrator

Monisha Lewis comes with a background in Mental and Public Health Administration. As a young women in the age of technology her skill set includes utilizing social media to inform and enlighten the public on the newsworthy items associated with the human condition. She also teaches high school chemistry and is in the process of obtaining her medical degree.

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Friday, 09 November 2012 16:56

Donald Frazell

Donald Frazell Soluv Magazine WriterDonald Frazell
Soluv Magazine Writer
The Man's View Division

Donald Frazell is a fine artist, writer, and mentor. He is a self taught historian, with a degree in Photography, as well as being an advocate for the promotion "Art and Purpose". Read More on Donald Frazell

Donald's Latest Soluv Magazine Articles

Volume 1 - On Sale Now
Article: A Man's View: The Beauty of Women

Visual attraction is the first thing that grabs a man's interest and drives him to approach a women. However "The Beauty of Women" takes it deeper to address the forces that keep a healthy man stimulated and committed to his intimate relationship.

Volume 2 - On Sale Late April 2012
Article: Dating: The Dance of the Butterfly and the Peacock

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Friday, 09 November 2012 16:55

Eleonore Koury

Eleonore Koury Soluv Magazine Staff WriterEleonore Koury
Soluv Magazine Writer
Love Your Soul Division

Eleonore Koury has been a student of various spiritual, healing, and meditation traditions since 1990. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, is a Reiki Master Teacher, Healer, Spiritual/Life Guide, Meditation Coach and Visionary. Read More on Eleonore Koury

Eleonore's Latest Soluv Magazine Articles

Volume 1 - On Sale Now
Article: Embrace Your Feminine Energy

To be feminine is to be abundant, sensual, creative, deep, nurturing (to self then others). In this article three areas of self nurturing are explored: Self-Embrace, Self-Discovery, Self-Love. As women, it is our birthright to enjoy our feminine energy and to feel safe in our bodies and in our world – Find the excellence within.

Volume 2 - On Sale Late April 2012
Article: Women In the Aquarian Age

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Friday, 09 November 2012 16:53

Catherine Hammons

Catherine HammonsCatherine Hammons
Soluv Magazine Writer
Sexuality & Relationship Division

Catherine Hammons is an actor and writer in Los Angeles, CA. She is a teacher of spiritual practices to children and adults and mentor to young ladies ages 10 to 13.

Catherine's Latest Article
Volume 2 - On Sale Late April 2012
Article: Title TBD

Women have begun to look at their sexuality as a ‘performance’ rather than shared intimacy and, as a result, we look to porn stars and strippers as the highest examples of feminine sexual power. A direct by-product of what amounts to country-wide low-self esteem. This article on sexuality explores the ‘all-or-nothing world’ taken on by women. A woman who chooses modesty is considered a prude and a woman who is sexy without showing it all is a tease in the worst sense of the word.

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