Steve Harvey’s Birthday Show
It’s a show full of surprises for Steve Harvey. From people celebrating their birthdays and birthday traditions, he is partying it up. Then his favorite reality show stars, the Gator Boys, are hanging out and bringing gators in birthday hats.
Steve Harvey: Emily Kaufman Travel Mom
Before she turns 50, Emily Kaufman is going on another adventure. She hopes to complete 49 new things before she turns 50. Here’s a little taste of the 49 Before 50 Challenge list. She hopes it will inspire women to join her.
- Working it out with Richard Simmons
- Learn the basics of wine tasting
- Zip lining
- Sing in public
- Make the perfect margarita
- Glass blowing
- Hot air balloon ride
- Ice sculpting
You can get her complete list on her website. Her latest adventure sent her to Sea World to help with rescue animals. She made a wonderful video educating her fans about sea rescues. Look at the most adorable seals and an amazing set of Beluga whales! Emily got to play with the Beluga whale and learned about the process of raising and rehabilitating animals.
Steve Harvey: Mother-Daughter Birthdays
This mother and daughter have a special tradition. On their birthday they have a photo shoot together. Steve has all of the photos from their fun girl’s day adventures in Chicago.
Steve Harvey: Gator Boys
Steve’s favorite reality show, the Gator Boys, are coming by to surprise Steve. He had no idea they were coming on the show. He really had no idea they would come out with an aligator in a birthday hat. The Gator Boys told Steve they have been bitten on the head multiple times and started wrestling them in their teens.
Steve Harvey: Debbie Wiener Millionaire Tips
Mom and millionaire Debbie Wiener is back to help Steve’s viewers make their own millions. She made a living with her Slob Proof empire. She has a whole line of stain resistant furniture, fabric and paint repair pens. She said “the more people know about you, the easier it is for your customers to find you.”
- Social media is the best tool for marketing your small business. Don’t know how to use Facebook or Twitter? Ask your kids or niece or nephew to teach you. No matter where you are in life, you need to be putting your product out there.
- Whenever a customer has a good review, put it somewhere online. You can put it on a blog or your social media.
What would be on your birthday bucket list? Tell us in the comments.