Joy to Detroit! Change Agents Bring Hope to Blight

Don’t you love the way we learn about good news online? One story takes you to another great source and you just keep going deeper. First I read The Christian  Science Monitor’s Change Agent article: Change Agent Detroit charity turns blight into gardens, parks, and homes Motor City Blight Busters is fighting to bring Detroit back […]

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Goodbye Mustang, Hello Valentine Cadillac

One of the reasons I waited so long to purchase a new car is I loved my Mustang GT convertible. I really loved this car. Imagine driving a car for over 110,000 miles with no breakdowns, no repairs, no hastles. Just plain FUN, dependability, and JOY.   Paradise Cadillac was exceptional to work with. I […]

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip on the Road Again

Joy TV Network sponsors road trips across America and Canada to highlight volunteers and their creative solutions to today’s problems. This week, Jeanette Joy will be in New Orleans, Louisiana and then Austin, Texas. From the “Sock It to Me” program in San Diego, California, to Kitchener-Waterloo’s, Ontario Canada’s fun “Captain Kindness,” Jeanette Joy interviews […]

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Tweet Me Right Canada: JR Wadell – ST Mary’s General Hospital Foundation

Joy TV presents Jeanette Joy Fisher talking with JR Wadell about ST Mary’s General Hospital Foundation in Kitchener, ON, Canada. Filmed by Simone Blum in Waterloo, Canada for Joy TV’s “Tweet Me Right” Charity Road Trip.  

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip in Canada Celebrating Random Acts of Kindness

Tracy and The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation Besides promoting “Spreading Kindness – Random Act of Kindness Day,” The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation improves the quality by building community endowment, addressing needs through grant making, and providing leadership on key community issues. Joy TV presents Jeanette Joy Fisher and Tracy Van Kalsbeek, Manager of […]

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Tweet Me Right: Community Justice Initiatives with Chris Cowie

Jeanette Joy interviews Chris Cowie, Executive Director of Community Justice Initiatives, a non-profit organization, known world-wide for starting the first Restorative Justice program. CJI provides services in conflict resolution, group support for persons impacted by sexual trauma, and reintegration support for women returning to the community from prison. Restorative Justice offers a way of addressing […]

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Tweet Me Right: Kiwanis Peanut Drive, Dearborn

Joy TV presents “Tweet Me Right” Charity Road Trip. Jeanette Joy Fisher interviews Al Holmes, Kiwanis Club of Dearborn, Michigan about supporting community services, especially children’s programs, by selling peanuts. Filmed by Vicky Akins, MidLifeRoadTrip.tv for JoyTVnetwork.com More information about Kiwanis Club of Dearborn: kiwanisclubdearborn.org Short Link to post: http://jeanettefisher.com.s201420.gridserver.com/?p=473

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Tweet Me Right: The Greening of Detroit

Jeanette Joy interviews Rebecca Salminen Witt about The Greening of Detroit, a nonprofit organization established in 1989. The Greening’s mission is to guide and inspire others to create a “greener” Detroit through planting and educational programs, environmental leadership, advocacy, and by building community. They plant everything “from peas to trees.” greeningofdetroit.com

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Not Your Grandma’s Buick!

I drove a Buick Enclave from Chicago to Detroit and then on to Kitchener-Waterloo Canada for the #TweetMeRight Charity Road Trip interviews.

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip in Detroit Interviews Feedom Freedom

Joy TV presents “Tweet Me Right” Charity Road Trip featuring Myrtle and Wayne Curtis, founders of “Feedom Freedom” organization in Detroit, Michigan. See the Curtis’ amazing garden project to help their community. Interviewed by Jeanette Joy; filmed by Vicky Akins, http://MidlifeRoadTrip.tv For more information, check out http://facebook.com/FeedomFreedom

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip, Literacy Chicago

Jeanette Joy interviews Jessica Keller about Literacy Chicago, a nonprofit organization that empowers individuals to achieve greater self sufficiency through language and literacy instruction. Filmed by Jean Pickering with TheTektiteGroup More about Jeanette Edited by Kirk Fisher for Joy TV

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Tweet Me Right Road Trip Tweetup at Landmark Kitty O’Sheas

FUN, FRIENDS, FEAST! Kitty O’Sheas ”Cead Mile Failte” and enjoy a bit of old Ireland in our authentic Irish pub. Open since 1986, Kitty’s is as close as you’ll come to the Emerald Isle featuring Irish fare like fish & chips, shepard’s pie, just to name a few delights. Irish spirits and live Irish entertainment. […]

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Flying in Time

Do you wake up too early when you know you have a morning flight? A week ago, I flew JetBlue to Portland. My flight was at 6 AM. I woke up at 1:00 AM. With three alarms to wake me, my internal clock wouldn’t let me sleep. This morning, I woke up at 3:00. You’e […]

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Twitter and Thinking, Writing, Speaking

I believe Twitter has changed the way I think, improved my writing skills, and influences my speech patterns. I find myself leaving out words in speaking and blog posts, writing incomplete sentences, misspelling, and assuming the reader knows what I’m talking about as if we were in a tweet conversation. I asked this question on […]

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Tweet Me Nice: Julie Spira and Jeanette Joy

#Joy TV presents Jeanette Joy Fisher interviewing Julie Spira at a tweetup in Los Angeles, California. Julie talks about her Twitter experiences. Filmed and edited by Martin Glover.

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip Updates

WHY To inspire loving and prosperous friendships leading to greater local community support. People want to help each other. Showcasing giving volunteers and charities gives other communities ideas about what and how to help their neighbors. Also, Tweet Me Nice videos promote people’s businesses and spur the economy. WHO Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ Super Stars and Media […]

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Tweet Me Right Charity Road Trip

It all started a long time ago in Twitterland with a tweet from Diane Tate about a virtual road trip party on Twitter. After Katrina, we tweeted about the volunteers feeding the hungry in New Orleans. While tweeting my heart out for four years, I’ve met so many amazing people and traveled around the world. […]

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