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Watch Hip New Jersey on Hometowne Television

Starting in March, Hip New Jersey can be seen on HomeTowne Television®, a local cable station that reaches over half a million homes in the Garden State! You can watch #HipNJ every Tuesday at 9pm, every Wednesday at 11am and every Friday at 5pm.

Our first episode features the Garden State’s leading “mompreneurs.” A mompreneur is a super woman that does it all, from succeeding in a fulfilling career to maintaining a fully functional household. Guests include:

  • Mallika Malhotra of MikiFoto.com
  • Jennifer Brosnick of TheMindfulFamily.com
  • Betty Galvan of MyFriendBettySays.com
  • Maggie Zachary of Beautycounter.com
  • Danielle Forte, Creative Director of 828 Clothing and wife of New York Jets star Matt Forte
  • Dina El Nabli – Editorial Director of New Jersey Family Magazine
  • Andi Pasquin – Home Mortgage Consultant, Wells Fargo
  • And last but certainly not least, our inaugural episode features an exclusive interview with THE Bobbi Brown, makeup mogul and creative director of The George Inn in Montclair.

#HipNJ co-founders Maria Falzo and Lisa Marie Latino serve as the episode’s hosts. 

HTTV is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit cable access station that broadcasts on Comcast TV 36 and Verizon TV 33. It serves as a hyper-local media outlet (broadcast and web) for immediate and surrounding communities. HTTV’s broadcast signal reaches parts of Essex, Morris, Somerset, and Union County— a total of 32 towns with a population of over a half a million.

Specific towns include: Berkeley Heights, Millburn/Short Hills, New Providence, Springfield, Summit, Bernards Twp, Chatham Boro, Chatham Twp, Cranford, East Hanover, Florham Park, Harding, Hillside, Kenilworth, Livingston, Long Hill Twp, Madison, Maplewood, Mendham, Mendham Twp, Morris Plains, Morristown, Mountainside, North Plainfield, Plainfield, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, South Orange, Warren, Westfield, West Orange and Union Twp.

For more information, visit HometowneTV.org.

Celebrating Simplicity Day

By: Andrea Fasciano

July 12th marks Simplicity Day. It celebrates the birthday of writer and naturalist Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau wisely stated, “As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will become simpler”. #HipNJ in honor of simplicity day has some perfect ways to make your life more simple!

1.Alleviate Stress

Tired of stressing out? To reduce daily anxiety it is important to set aside time for relaxation. Going to the spa is a great way to throw away all daily stress and make life simple. The #GardenState has some phenomenal spas such as:

The Woodhouse Day Spa, Montclair

Relaxation is good for the body and soul! Take time for yourself @woodhousedayspa. #wellnesswednesday #relax #nostress

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Cape May Day Spa, Cape May

Five Star Spa, Hillsborough

DePasquale The Spa, Morris Plains

2. Travel

We are incredibly fortunate to live in a gorgeous state that has a large amount of travel destinations. Don’t miss out on some of these fun places to visit in the #GardenState.

Casino Pier and Breakwater Beach, Seaside Heights

Keansburg Amusement Park and Runaway Rapids, Keansburg

Rebounderz, Edison

Splash Zone Water Park, Wildwood

Steel Pier, Atlantic City

3. Indulge

Indulging is the perfect way to make life simple . Here are some fabulous places in #NewJersey to spoil yourself with sweets.

Crowley Cupcakes, Madison

Black River Candy Shoppe, Chester

The Fudge Shoppe, Flemington

Gabriel’s Fountain, Martinsville