What a car is and isn’t: Regina Brett

The first car I ever owned was a 1978 Ford Fiesta, a bright orange car that glowed like a jack-o-lantern. I drove it until it was held together by duct tape and gutter seal that my dad applied to keep the back window from falling out. I’m not into luxury. For me, the purpose of a...
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My wish for my former dogs: Regina Brett

I have to confess, I have never owned a dog. Growing up, we had dogs but they weren’t pets.  They guarded our home.  They’re names: Chipper, Parseghan, Holmes. They protected us but lived their lives on a length of rope in the driveway and could only dream of a real dog’s...
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Summer … an excuse to be lazy. Take it: Regina Brett

It’s never too late to soak up summer. There’s still time. Summer is one grand permission slip to be lazy, to count the stars, to study the clouds, to do absolutely nothing but listen to life and be present for the grand show it offers moment by precious moment. Too many of us...
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Regina offers tips on how to ease the tension between motorists and cyclists

I love the feeling of freedom you get sailing down a hill on a bike, with the wind in your face and your troubles behind you. You feel free of cares and woe until a car nearly hits you or someone in a car screams at you to get off the road.  Unkind motorists can ruin a good bike...
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Regina’s 17 Lessons from 17 years of Marriage

Once the wedding is over, the real magic begins: the marriage. A wedding can overshadow the marriage. The cake, the band, the hall, the food, the flowers, the gown. I love the prayer that Prince William and Kate Middleton composed together. They wrote: “In the busyness of each...
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Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus are more than victims; they’re powerful women who never gave up.

Last Monday night, I was sitting at a restaurant with friends when my husband checked his cell phone and whispered to me. “They found Amanda Berry. Alive.” What?! “Gina DeJesus, too,” he said. I nearly fell out of my chair. “And a third one.” I couldn’t believe it. I...
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How my husband taught me to fail forward: Regina Brett

Fail forward. That’s what my husband taught me. He’s an entrepreneur. Me, I want to get paid every Friday by someone else. I don’t mind signing the back of my paycheck. He loves signing the front of the paychecks. I’ve learned a lot being married to the owner of a small...
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How Regina Brett found freedom when she lost her hair during chemo

You get a new appreciation for hair once you’ve lost all of yours. I was bald for a brief time when I lost my hair to chemotherapy 15 years ago. When you lose all your hair you lose a measure of security, self worth and beauty that you never knew to be false. People stare at you....
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Best of the Regina Brett Show Part Two

Regina and her producer Danielle Wiggins ring in 2013 with tips from the best topics of The Regina Brett Show from 2012. Learn how to: change a habit, give a speech, tackle the clutter in your home, love the job you have and take more time to rest.
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Best of the Regina Brett Show 2012 Part One

As the staff at the Regina Brett Show prepares for 2013; Regina and her producer, Danielle Wiggins, take a stroll through the archives of The Regina Brett Show to share with you the best moments from the show in the year 2012. It’s the moments that made you laugh, cry and turn up the radio throughout the year.
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