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In Search of Staff
Posted By: | February 13, 2014

We are, for the first time since the site opened, looking for some staff members who are willing to update the site with new photos from time to time. If you’re interested the requirements are posted below.

1. You must know how to run a coppermine gallery script.
2. You must know how to post posts on WordPress.
3. You must know how to use FTP programs.
4. You must be actively online and willing to update the site often.

Tweet us @katewalshnet if you’re interested in becoming a staff member.


Slowly and Gradually Adding Old Pictures
Posted By: | February 8, 2014

We are, as the title may suggest, slowly and gradually adding old pictures that we missed out from the latter part of 2013 to the gallery as well as some other pictures such as new photoshoots. So stay tuned and be sure to keep an eye out on the gallery because you’ll definitely be seeing a whole load of new things this week.


Workshop65.com
Posted By: | February 8, 2014

We just wanted to give a little shoutout to our friend, Link‘s, new design site and the designer of the past couple of layouts. Her new site is known as Workshop65.com so be sure to head on over there and place an order and support her!


New Layout
Posted By: | February 7, 2014

Hey Guys,

As you might’ve noticed we finally have a new layout up here at Kate-Walsh.net, we’ve also got the domain KateWalsh.org so you can now visit the site from three different domains!

This wonderful theme was designed by Link who used to work with us on Kate-Walsh.net but has moved on to her own design site at Workshop65.com, previously BeEveryColor.com.

Anyways, you enjoy the layout, and be sure to tweet us your comments and thoughts on it. As you know we love hearing and seeing what you all have to say.

xo,
The Kate-Walsh.net Team


February Cover Kate Walsh of Health Living
Posted By: | February 7, 2014

Kate Walsh’s neonatal surgeon, the Santa Monica based Dr Addison Montgomery, involved herself unguardedly with colleagues and patients throughout her seven years of Private Practice on ABC. In season two, Addison falls in love with married cardiologist Noah Barnes only to learn his pregnant wife is her patient, in a thinly veiled roman à clef of what we assume must be a peek into the real California lifestyle.

Southwest bred, growing up in Tucson, Arizona, Kate Walsh made her own share of school girl mistakes, buying alcohol for underage kids when she turned 21 (admits to Ellen Degeneres), sinning by degrees or, as she remarked when receiving the John Connor Humanitarian Award for Operation Smile, a charity for which she raises hundreds of millions of dollars, “I’m not worthy; I’m really honored to be honored. I’m Irish-Italian-Catholic so I have some deep seated shame.” Yet she helped the charity raise $500,000 in 2013 and announced her intention to go on a medical mission to bring attention to simple procedures to easily correct the otherwise lifetime impact of cleft palate. Kate’s life is having fun and doing good, breaking rules and not trying too hard to be super strict. Her upcoming projects include Fargo the TV adaptation of the film, coming to FX this spring and Bad Judge, a pilot on NBC that Kate is starring in and executive producing.

Healthy Living Magazine: Operation Smile Foundation just honored you. It’s one of your causes. Tell us about it.

Kate Walsh: I’ve been working with them for the past few years. The cost for surgery is $240. If I can get people to put in even five dollars, it adds up and these surgeries save children’s and adults’ lives. We take for granted cleft lip is easily fixable after birth but in third world countries and all over the world communities just don’t have the resources that we do, so kids are literally ostracized or die from malnutrition. So it is a very big deal.

Healthy Living Magazine: How do you stay in shape?

Kate Walsh: Well, I’m no fitness Nazi. I have to eat. I can’t diet if I try to totally deprive myself—that always backfires. So it is like a little country and a little rock and roll. You can eat right, healthy, sure, you can, but I don’t, not really. I vacillate between being vegan and then oh, Cheetos! Yeah! Ha-ha. I will say that I am more of a savory girl than a sweet girl. I’m like a fan of potato chips and things like that. But also it becomes an issue of just endurance. If you want to eat healthy food, just make sure you keep your blood sugar up so you don’t crash and do crazy stuff. But yes, everything in moderation and allowing treats is what works. I’d rather have a scoop of Häagen-Dazs than a 16 ounce frozen yogurt if you get my meaning. I’m not one of those people who can eat everything and not gain weight, though. No way! When I was little I used to be that way. But last time was when I was 15. Now I work out as much as I can; when I start shooting it makes it difficult to work out. I am so into it.

Healthy Living Magazine: You did the television series from 2007 to 2013, a new perfume and charity work; how do you handle the stress?

Kate Walsh: I am a huge advocate of having fun. I think fun and joy, not to sound cheesy, is essential for health. Because if you’re doing something fun, you release feel-good hormones, which makes everything better. I don’t know about you but when I go on vacation, like Europe, I’m like, ‘Okay, more cheese.’ I’m having fun; I’m having a great time. That releases serotonin and oxytocin, and when you are stressed out and think to yourself, ‘Oh no, I have to go work out,’ then you get all these other hormones and that makes it harder because your body stresses. So, as LA as I sound, having fun is really good.”

Read the full interview in the February issue.

Source: Healthy Living Magazine


We’re Back
Posted By: | February 7, 2014

We apologize for the lack of updates this past half year but that doesn’t now, the thing is we’re back so get excited because more updates are coming your way.


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