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
What’s coming next for Working Mother Media? Host Bettina Bush is joined by Carol Evans, the President of Working Mother Media, to kick off this hour of the show to talk about how they’ll be heading to India. Carol explains what Working Mother Media will be doing while they are in India.
Yale recently did a study that revealed that work schedules were more flexible for men than for women. Carol Evans, the President of Working Mother Media and today’s guest, is on the air talking with host Bettina Bush about why the study frustrated her.
Host Bettina Bush is joined now by Gina Tepper of GinaTepper.com and GiftDecorating.com. Gina is a lifestyle and craft expert who has a lot of expertise to share on how to reuse items to make memories that last. Gina talks with host Bettina Bush about making memory jars with her kids.
Today we’re talking with Gina Tepper; a craft expert from GinaTepper.com. Gina explains how she uses memory jars to encapsulate different events in her children’s lives. Also, she tells us about a fun idea she’s used to help teach her children.
Chalkboard paint has many uses, and Gina has put it to good use by using it as her children’s lunchbox notes! Also, Gina talks about how she re-uses items like Lunchables plastic pieces as desk organizers.
Our guest Gina Tepper is a craft expert who loves to reuse items for craft projects! To finish up this hour of Working Mother Radio, Gina tells us how she reuses Cheerio boxes and tissue boxes to make some fun school and office supply organizers.
Host Bettina Bush brings the pages of Working Mother Magazine to life! To kick off this hour of Working Mother Radio, we bring on freelance writer Emma Johnson to talk about entrepreneur moms. There are dark sides to being an entrepreneur, even though they might appear like the dream job to other 9 to 5 working moms.
Emma Johnson, a freelance writer, is on the line today talking about entrepreneur moms and the battle they come across when balancing work and home life. Emma talks with host Bettina Bush about some tips that can help these moms stop feeling guilty about being an entrepreneur in comparison to other 9-5 working moms. For example, determine which decisions you have to do on a daily basis that might weigh you down. Then make a single decision on how you will handle that situation regularly so you don’t have to have the same debate every day.
During the last segment, guest Emma Johnson began talking about tips for entrepreneur moms. We pick up where we left off and continue offering tips and suggestions for the working mom to find balance in life and work. Both host Bettina Bush and Emma discuss how they involve their work life into their home life and the reasons why they do it.
We’ve brought on Melissa Gonville, the Senior Marketing Director for Chase Slate, comes on the air today to talk with host Bettina Bush about the Working Mother-Chase Slate Back-to School survey. Melissa talks with Bettina about how, as children get older, the cost of back-to-school expenses grows. Also, Melissa and Bettina discuss how to tone back spending when your kids return to school.
Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, joins us now to talk about the Stress Less Back to School Planner. Barbara talks with host Bettina Bush about the benefits to the planner and how it covers subjects you might not have thought of.
You’ve got your back-to-school shopping done, but what else is there to do? A LOT! Today we’re talking with Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, on the line talking about the Stress Less Back to School Planner. Barbara goes over different tips and tricks for preparing for your kids going back to school.
This hour of Working Mother Radio offers a variety of tips and tricks for handling life as an entrepreneur mom as well as preparing for your kids to return to school! At the start of the show, host Bettina Bush talks with Emma Johnson, a freelance Editor, about the "dark side" of being an entrepreneur mom and how to handle those stressors. Then we bring on Melissa Gonville, the Senior Marketing Director of Chase Slate, to talk about the Working Mother-Chase Slate Back-to School survey. We wrap up the show with a discussion from Barbara Turvett, the Executive Editor for Working Mother Magazine, about what you can do to be fully prepared for your kids return to school.
We’re kicking off this hour of Working Mother Radio by talking with Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine. Host Bettina Bush and Jennifer discuss how they develop ideas for writing in the magazine.
Host Bettina Bush and Jennifer Owens, the Editorial Director of Working Mother Magazine, talk about the article, "Quiet Power in a Loud World".. The article covers the differences between extroverts and introverts and how working mother extroverts and introverts experience life.