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
Welcome to an all new hour of Working Mother Radio! Whether you’re preparing for Halloween or you’re concerned about your lack of sleep, this show is for YOU! For the first half of the show, host Bettina Bush talks with craft expert Gina Tepper. Gina offers some great tips for making sure your kids will be seen in the dark while trick-or-treating, how to decorate pumpkins without the carving and how to throw a great Halloween party for the kids! Then, Barbara Turvett joins the show to open up the topic of sleep deprivation. After that, Dr. Russell Sanna from Harvard comes on to explain why sleep is so important!
This hour of Working Mother Radio is starting off by talking about childhood obesity and how to prevent it from happening in your family. Dr. Dyan Hes joins the show to talk with host Bettina Bush about establishing healthy habits for your kids.
Every household is different, and kids have different eating styles, but it’s important to expose your kids to a lot of different food types. Dr. Dyan Hes talks with host Bettina Bush about how to encourage kids to try new foods and not force them to.
Today we’re talking with Dr. Dyan Hes about childhood obesity and how to prevent it! Dyan speaks with host Bettina Bush about her practice styles and also let’s us know signs for when it’s time to seek a professional for your child.
Host Bettina Bush is joined now by Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine. Barbara fills us in on the article in the latest issue of Working Mother Magazine called "The 12 Step E-Tox". It’s time to put down your phone, your tablet, and get off the computer and get back to reality sometimes.
Are you addicted to technology? Today host Bettina Bush is talking with Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, about the article "The 12 Step E-Tox". Barbara and Bettina discuss the 12 step program developed to help you take breaks from technology
We’re wrapping up this hour of Working Mother Radio by talking with Barbara Turvett Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, about the "The 12 Step E-Tox" article. Barbara and host Bettina Bush cover a few more of the steps in the program to help get yourself hooked "off" of technology.
In this hour of Working Mother Radio, we cover two important topics: childhood obesity and addiction to technology. At the start of the show, host Bettina Bush brings on Dr. Dyan Hes to talk about how she talks to patients who are battling obesity and their parents. Also, she gives us some great tips for helping you and your family to develop healthy eating habits. Then, Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, comes on the show to talk about the article, "The 12 Step E-Tox" and why it’s important to get away from technology now and again.
Welcome to another all new hour of Working Mother Radio! To start us off, host Bettina Bush brings on Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, to talk about National Flex Day. Working Mother has declared October 15th as National Flex Day and Jennifer explains just what that means.
Each year, Working Mother Media works to find the top 100 companies to work for that have family-friendly benefits, paid maternity leave, and flexible hours. Host Bettina Bush talks with Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, about the specifics of the list.
A lot of our lives are being lived at work, so a happy employee makes for a great employee! Today we have Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, on the line talking about the 2013 Working Mother 100 Best Companies.
Today we’re talking about the work place and how to find a job that fits your needs as a working mom. Donna Schaar, the Senior Director of Diversity for Capital One, joins the show to talk with host Bettina Bush about what benefits they offer and why they offer them.
Working Mother Media has revealed their list of 100 Best Companies to work for that are family-friendly, flexible and offer paid maternity leave. If you’re looking for a new job, or to start a family, you’ll want to take a look at this list! Maryella Gockel, Flexibility Strategy Leader Ernst & Young, joins the show now to talk about their business which helps explain why they made the list.
Working mothers need to have jobs that offer flexibility so Working Mother has declared October 15th National Flex Day! In addition to trying to help all businesses become more flexible, Working Mother has developed a list of the 100 Best Companies to work for that offer flexibility and are family-friendly. We’re wrapping up this hour of Working Mother Radio by talking a little more with Maryella Gockel, the Flexibility Strategy Leader Ernst & Young.
Working Mother means business! In this all new hour of Working Mother Radio, host Bettina Bush talks with three special guests about the importance of flexibility and family-friendly benefits in the workplace. At the start of the show, Bettina talks with Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, about National Flex Day on October 15th. Then, Donna Schaar, the Senior Director of Diversity for Capital One, and Maryella Gockel, the Flexibility Strategy Leader Ernst & Young, join us for the second half of the show to talk about the benefits that their companies offer. Both businesses landed on the 100 Best Companies to work for according to Working Mother Magazine.