Working Mother Radio
Summary: WORKING MOTHER RADIO - from the pages of the nation's premier magazine for moms, Working Mother is mentor, role model and advocate for the country’s more than 17 million moms who are devoted to their families and committed to their careers. Join host and working mother of two, Bettina Bush, each week as she brings the pages of Working Mother Magazine to life in the studio and on the road. Get great advice from leading experts on your child's health issues, eating healthy and staying fit, managing stress, career strategies, books, new gadgets and more. Get an inside look at National Trade Shows - learn how to look for the best safety features in a new car, how to take great family photos, and what to look for in a pediatrician. WORKING MOTHER RADIO provides educated and affluent women with the solutions and strategies you need to thrive while you balance work, family and life. http://www.WorkingMotherRadio.com
Our guest, Bradley Snyder, is the author of the book, "The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids". Today he's talking with host Bettina Bush about how different generations view younger generations. Also, Bradley and Bettina discuss parenting views on technology.
Bradley Snyder, the author of "The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids", has some shocking news to share with parents that might make you think twice of how you think of the younger generations.
SEGMENT 1: Gluten-Free Explained SEGMENT 2: The Gluten-Free Life SEGMENT 3: Gluten-Free Bread Tips SEGMENT 4: New Year's Resolutions SEGMENT 5: Let's Set Goals SEGMENT 6: Our Own Resolutions
Nicole Hunn, the author of "Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread", is our first guest on this edition of Working Mother Radio.
As a mother of a son with Celiac disease, Nicole Hunn has had to take on the gluten free lifestyle. Today Nicole fills us in on her book, "Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread", how gluten affects different people and baking gluten-free bread.
There's a trick to baking gluten-free bread that tastes good -- and Nicole Hunn has identified it. Nicole, our guest and author of "Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread", offers some great gluten-free baking tips.
Clinical Psychologist, Rachel Busman, joins our show now to talk about helping our children develop their own New Year's Resolutions.
New Year's Resolutions aren't just for adults -- kids can do it too! Host Bettina Bush talks with Clinical Psychologist, Rachel Busman, about developing some great goals for your children and how to keep on top of it.
Our guest, Rachel Busman, talks a little about the website, www.childmind.org. Then, Rachel offers some tips for adults settings New Year's Resolutions.
Bettina Bush and Barbara Turvett kick off this edition of Working Mother Radio by defining the term "bullying" as a set up for what they're going to cover later on in the show.
One of the common locations for children to be bullied is on the school or public transit bus on the way home because of the lack of guardianship. Host Bettina Bush and guest Barbara Turvett take some time to talk about how we can address this issue.
Bettina Bush and Barbara Turvett take some time to discuss some tips for handling a situation where your child is being bullied.
September 11th hit a little too close to home for our guest Mary Lee Hannell. Mary, one of the recipients to our NAFE Women of Excellence award, talks about winning the award as well as her story from September 11th.
We all remember where we were on September 11th, 2001. Mary Lee Hannell, our guest, was in the World Trade Center. Bettina Bush allows Mary tell the story of what it was like for her and her family on this day.
SEGMENT 1: Defining "Bullying" SEGMENT 2: Bullying on the Bus SEGMENT 3: Tips for Handling Bullies SEGMENT 4: Welcome Mary Lee Hannell SEGMENT 5: September 11th SEGMENT 6: Looking Back on 9/11