Motherhood Talk Radio
Summary: Motherhood Talk Radio follows Sandra Beck single mother of two elementary school age children as she battles with fatigue, weightloss, aging parents, work, PTA, other soccer moms and screaming kids while parenting with humor, candor and a dose of mommy silliness and self-love. Each week experts guide Sandra into living her best life and you can learn too as we all do our best to navigate the mommy lifestyle.
Ron Alpert and Henrik Jensen of Happy Future USA provide the only 'real organic' internationally/USDA- certified baby skincare products line in North America. We offer 110% money back guarantee of your purchase price if you don’t like our products. Happy Future baby skincare products are all natural, 100% certified organic and first-to-market with affordable products for moms and babies.
Steve Bjerklie, communications coordinator for Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon, NH, joins Robin Boyd for a discussion about skin cancer, the importance of skin protection, the importance of knowing your skin and seeing your doctor with anything suspicious on your skin.
Autumn Arnold is a single mom of two small children, and was looking for some serious help. Plagued with depression, fatigue, heartburn, and high blood pressure, she found a nutrition program that after only two weeks of starting the program, saw a great improvement in her heartburn and high blood pressure and her energy shot through the roof. But the best part, she says, is that she has lost 33 pounds and gone from a size 20 to a size 14 and still going. As a massage therapist for 10 years, Autumn spent eleven months to plan and open the doors to her own Nutrition Club and has been open for one year six months. She feels she is changing lives with health and wealth and loving every minute of it!!!
Donna Lewis is an attorney with the Department of Homeland Security. Donna litigated in the private sector for over a decade before turning her attention to legal and policy issues related to national security. Donna is not funny or interesting at all by day. Outside of the office, Donna is an advocate on behalf of persons with disabilities and has a particular interest in the issues facing those transitioning from crisis back into the workforce. Donna can be found serving on local community boards, spoiling five ridiculously smart and funny nieces, and answering to the unreasonable demands of her little white dog Bella and her little black cat Boo. Donna is a published writer whose work has appeared in a variety of publications including The Washington Post, The Northwest Current and publications far more dry than the Internal Revenue Code. Donna is currently writing (and drawing) Reply All, a daily comic strip syndicated by the Washington Post Writers Group.
Shining Service Worldwide™ is an organization that supports women in the military community. Too often our females in service fall through the cracks and don’t get the attention they deserve, or more importantly, they need. We want to help provide the resources they need.
Continuing their series on cancer success stories and resources, Sandra and Robin meet Mary Ann Sullivan, cancer survivor, and Tracie Kimbrough, volunteer and cancer survivor from the American Red Cross.
Sandra and Christy share ideas and helpful ideas to be more efficient in your household - saving and practical tips.
Motherhood Talk Radio with Sandra Beck and Christy Holly continue their series on Women’s Health with a discussion about diet and fitness. National Women's Health Week begins on Mother's Day each year. During this week, individuals, families, communities, and others work to help women learn how to achieve longer, healthier, and safer lives. National Women’s Health Week is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. Learn more about National Women's Health Week. Motherhood Talk Radio discusses many ways we have learned to be more healthy, and to share ideas about how to keep fitness a part of our busy schedules.
Motherhood Talk Radio continues its series on women's health issues with author and columnist Kathleen Rodgers to discuss bulemia and eating disorders. Kathleen has said that through her writing, she is able to explore many subjects. She hopes to get to the truth through the people and places she writes about, real or imagined. Kathleen says that along the way she has encountered many roadblocks and detours, but she has pressed ahead and kept her eyes on her goals. Kathleen shares that she is a recovered bulemic, and feels she has a responsibility to shed light on the darkness of what bulimia is. It is a dark and deadly eating disorder, and she battled it for 15 years. Through Her War, Her Voice she has and is spreading hope to those who are suffering.
"I have been teaching enrichment classes at the local schools for 2 years now and enjoy teaching this age group. I try to incorporate a unique style of modern Egyptian, Arabic and Spanish dance moves into my choreographies. I like using a variety of music, dance moves and musicians for performances. My goal is to teach this very feminine, beautiful and difficult dance in a community that has never experienced this before," Tracey shared recently.
THE PEACE OUT PROJECT: A hip, interactive, kid-friendly program that builds peaceful relationships through awareness, balance and creative expression. The PEACE OUT PROJECT is designed not only to inspire but to create the platform for conflict resolution and positive change for kids, parents, caregivers, teachers, schools, communities and beyond. "I make learning as close to imaginative play as possible, and I aspire to tap into the creative genius and exceptional nature of every child! You can be anyone you choose. Do you dare? Throw convention to the wind, don something magical and step in to a stunning reality of our own making. Here, we create a magnificent moment in time together! You will be forever inspired." ~ Susan A. Haid
Danee Kiernan is the co author of Bouncing with Style. In this project, Danee Kiernan and Sandra Beck partner to share their discovery of stepping stones and successful strategies from women who have experienced hardship and traveled the road to recovery with conviction and confidence.
Michael J. Russer is an author, coach and speaker for the Live Outrageously movement. He is going to help people navigate through change, transition and adjusting to a new normal. With 40 years of corporate, entrepreneurial and life skills experience, he can shed new light onto one of the most common aspects of military life: change.