How Can Movement Help You?

The Movement Game

The Movement Game

Andrea Lambertson

Andrea Lambertson

Book aims to inspire others to move for a better life

PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITE STATES, September 3, 2020 / — Feelings can influence your movement, but sometimes it is not as obvious that your movement can affect your feelings. Movement, according to studies, can positively impact your mental health—and improve your perspective in life.

Right off the bat, The Movement Game recognizes this, playing the advocate for movement as a means to have a more meaningful life. The book is not just a source of inspiration, but also an acknowledgment of what we can control in living the life we want.

We can move our bodies in so many different ways. Illustrations on the cover, by Linda M. Gangian, proves this, giving a peek of what is in store for the readers of The Movement Game. Among those shown right up front are drawn images of people doing jumping jacks, dancing, swimming, kicking a ball, playing tennis, and catching a baseball.

Movement has played a huge influence in the life of the author Andrea Lambertson, her siblings being active movers themselves in line with their respective creative pursuits. Her brother is a musician who plays the drums, while her sister studied dance and, in her words, “presents on stage the essence of movement.”

It is not a surprise then that Lambertson is writing about movement. Aside from being a hospital volunteer at the Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson, New York, she enjoys swimming and playing golf during her free time. Also the author of Feelings from My Heart and Soul, Lambertson has recently delved into poetry and a variety of writing.

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Children's Book Shows Young Boy and His "Letter from Santa Claus"

Robin Jones

“Robin Jones' touching story depicts healing and nurturing power of father's love and a child's belief in Santa Claus”

Love and a firm belief can heal the soul and the body.”

— Robin Jones

BRITISH COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, September 1, 2020 / — A few years ago, author Robin Jones was digging around in his attic and found a
scrapbook from when he was a boy, around six or seven years old. It was full of
get-well cards, Valentine's cards, Christmas notes and a letter from Santa Claus
back when he was hospitalized for pneumonia. Jones ascribes his recovery to the
letter from Saint Nick, along with the care of the physicians and hospital staff. This
bit of nostalgia and memories of cherished moments with his family inspired him to
pen a heartwarming children's book following a young boy and his "Letter from
Santa Claus”.

The story is set during the winter of 1949, when five-year-old Robin catches
pneumonia and has to be hospitalized. His doctors and nurses care for him well,
and though his father is hard at work he always makes sure to visit Robin and read
him stories. One night, he wakes the boy up to share a special letter he received
from Santa Claus, telling the little boy about exciting things happening at the North
Pole in preparation for Christmas. These precious moments with his father, and the
heartwarming letter from Santa, proves to be just what Robin needs to get better
and get discharged from the hospital in time for Christmas.

"A father's love for his child and belief in Santa Claus are a big part of healing,"
Jones says with authority. "Reading to your children on a one on one basis is like
magic for the closeness it can bring."

The story blends children's stories with fairy tales and religious lessons, it also
represents African Americans well. And most importantly it shows the benefits of
having strong bonds between family members. With "Letter from Santa Claus"
Jones keeps the magic of Christmas and family values alive and shares it with his
readers. "Love and a firm belief can heal the soul and the body." Jones says.

About the Author:

Robin Jones is the middle child of five from a mixed heritage family. His father had
a First Nations mother and a West Indian father who was the first black teacher in
East York (Toronto, Canada) in 1923. Jones' great, great grandfather was a slave
who escaped through the Underground Railway to Ontario back in the 1800s. On
the other hand, Jones' mother was Irish and came to Canada via the United States
when she was a teen, and though she was engaged to another she fell in love with
Jones' father and they eloped during the 1930s, when mixed marriages were
frowned upon. Jones has six children, seven grandchildren and one great
grandchild. He tries to his best to write a poem every day and belongs to a
storytelling group in Victoria. He enjoys art, live theater, music and cooking, and
loves to entertain and host gatherings.

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CBMJ Signs LOI to Add 2 Million in Revenue and Positive Cash Flow Through Acquisition of DeDonato Enterprises, L.L.C.

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CBMJ has executed a letter of intent with DeDonato Enterprises, L.L.C. pursuant to which CBMJ will acquire 100 percent of the membership interest of DeDonato.

Canna Consumer Goods, Inc. (OTCMKTS:CBMJ)

We believe that the combined company will generate results far beyond what we could accomplish on our own.”

— Brandon Vallorani

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, September 1, 2020 / — Canna Consumer Goods, Inc. (OTCPK: CBMJ) a premier broadcasting company is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of intent (“LOI”) with DeDonato Enterprises, L.L.C. pursuant to which CBMJ will acquire 100 percent of the membership interest of DeDonato.

DeDonato Enterprises, L.L.C. is a Digital Marketing Agency based in Metro-Atlanta that specializes in reaching a conservative/libertarian/religious audience.

DeDonato is on track to exceed two million in sales in 2020 despite a temporary slowdown due to COVID 19. Led by CEO and Founder Brandon Vallorani and employing approximately 15 employees and contractors, DeDonato Enterprises has experienced substantial growth over the past two years. Vallorani, a Forbes Books published author, who is regarded as a pioneer in the digital media and data-driven marketing industry has been distinguished six-times as an Inc. 5000 entrepreneur. He has built and sold two other similar media companies over the past 12 years and has a strong track record in increasing shareholder value.

Brandon Vallorani DeDonato’s CEO stated: “Being able to draw on the experience and resources that the CBMJ team brings to the table, coupled with the ability to allow the general public to participate in our company through the public markets, we believe that the combined company will generate results far beyond what we could accomplish on our own.”
Among other assets, DeDonato operates numerous social media accounts across several platforms with over 2 million followers, owns an active database of 1.2 million opt-in email subscribers, and publishes a network of 47 monetized political/news websites generating 10 million page views per month. Some of the marquis sites include, and . The Company also maintains one of the largest collections of historical documents on the web at

Effective as of the closing of the transaction, Brandon Vallorani will join the board of directors of the Company and will continue to serve as the CEO of DeDonato Enterprises, L.L.C. DeDonato will remain a wholly-owned subsidiary of CBMJ and will continue to operate in its current location. It will however gain access to the full resources and relationships of the parent company CBMJ.

Post-closing, the company plans to divest its remaining cannabis-related assets and or shift the focus of its two operating subsidiaries including Loudmouth Media Inc. to support and align with the business objectives of the DeDonato Enterprises.

Mark Schaftlein, CBMJ’s CEO Remarked: “The core competencies of DeDonato and the very successful staff fit perfectly into CBMJ,s plans for expansion. We intend to add fuel to their fire and welcome Brandon as a key member of our combined organization. The revenues and additional web presence will serve to create a substantially more valuable company and serve as a foundation for not only expanding our core business but in identifying additional acquisitions and partnerships.”

In addition, DeDonato operates a brick and mortar coffee shop in Hiram, GA and e-commerce websites including , , and an e-commerce portal at their primary site .

Completion of the transaction is subject to, among other things, the completion of due diligence, the negotiation and execution of a definitive agreement providing for the transaction, satisfaction of the conditions negotiated therein, and the satisfaction of other customary closing conditions. Accordingly, there can be no assurances that a definitive agreement will be entered into or that the proposed transaction will be consummated on the terms or timeframe currently contemplated, or at all.

About CBMJ: (CBMJ) dba Canna Broadcast Media specializes in getting mainstream media cleared promoting the cannabis sector including network TV, radio, and digital ads targeting those who wish to take advantage of the incredible investment opportunities that exist in the cannabis sector. Canna Broadcast Media owns "LoudMouth News" which became the first and longest-running syndicated terrestrial radio news program that focused on the news relating to the marijuana industry. LoudMouth News presents the news and commentary in an entertaining neutral manner highlighting the most impactful current news in politics, products, sociological issues, and businesses.

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