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This week on Mom Talk Radio, Tara Jaye Frank, VP of Multicultural Strategy for Hallmark Cards, shares how women can plan a more purposeful path to advancement. Spotlight on Moms features Trina O’Boyle of OboyOrganic.com. Drs. Ron and Cherie Santasiero share signs of addiction parents should be aware of. Amy McCready, author of The “ME, ME, ME” Epidemic, talks how raising entitled kids can be problematic. Emmitt Smith, NFL legend and father of five, shares tips to prep for the back-to-school season.
It will take a village this 2015–2016 school year in Newark, NJ. Share your experience this first day of school.
You may not be the son of a wealthy clothing store merchant, or the grandson of an Italian immigrant tailor, and you may not end up at college with your father trailing along but, never-the-less, you need to be prepared. Whether you are taking your kids to their first day at grade school, or they are entering middle school, high school or college, you, as a parent or a student, need to be prepared financially for what is ahead of you.
Today we will talk about back to school and, for the next few weeks, we will dive into subjects from saving money buying crayons to paying for college tuition.
Your Money Your Matters focuses on how to achieve savings, and today we will discuss how to keep your home safer. We also discuss everything from debt management to life experiences. We explore what tools are available to help consumers better manage their personal finances, and we answer your personal questions.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.
Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.
Last week we sounded the FIRST BELL, announcing that it's time to rise and shine and go BACK TO SCHOOL! Tonight, we're sounding the SECOND BELL by continuing the conversation. This time we are pleased to have a special guest join us on Ministry Along the Way Radio.
Terrah Averette-Harrison, principal of Bonella A. St. Ville Elementary School in Harvey, Louisiana, will be answering our questions and giving us insight from an Administrator's perspective. Not only is she an Educator, she's a MOM too! So, she's sure to help us prepare to go BACK TO SCHOOL AGAIN!
"College and career readiness begins in kindergarten."---Terrrah Averette-Harrison
The show starts at 7:00pm CDT. To listen live by phone, dial (347) 637-3604. Press the number 1 to chat with us.
Good morning Family ! It's back to school time and it's also time to take out the wallets and spend, spend, spend. Wait a minute before you do all that spending let me show you how you can get back to school stuff free or cheap. If you have any back to school stories please share them here on The cheap Cheetah Money Show. Now let's head back to school on the cheap!
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It's that time of year again - back to school. That's right summer is just about over and it's time to hit the books again.
Join us as we talk about making this year the smoothest transition yet.
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BONUS INTERVIEW: Chetachi Ecton of When in Need Foundation
After a month off the air, Strictly Business returns today. First, Dr. Reggies and Dr. John will catch up on what they have been doing since they last broadcast. One of those things is the completion of the second edition of the book that the radio is named after, Strictly Business. Then they will welcome two returning SCU students, James Kilvington and Meredith Light, to talk about the upcoming school year and their personal plans as they attend SCU for another year.
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The assignments, uniforms, sports equipments and schedules, are feeling overwhelmed as you get ready for back to school? Join me as returning guest expert Rowena List, Professional Organizer shares techniques to get your family organized for the new school year.
Rowena List is a Professional Organizer based in Vancouver, British Columbia and the owner of Getting It Together. Rowena believes that externals, such as image and environment, have a significant (and often more immediate) impact on confidence, success, happiness, health and quality of life. As a professional organizer and image consultant, Rowena applies this outside-in approach to achieve quick and tangible successes.
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EXperience the "FX" Wednesday at 7p (ct), online or on your phone: 818-691-7412
Here in Chicago, the Public Schools officially begin September 8th... I know a lot of schools that have already started. Aside from the budget and political issues that will ?#FX? this school year, I want to know something from my teachers and parents out there...
1. What are your techniques to get yourself and the kids ready for the upcoming school year?
2. As teachers, what would you suggest to parents that can help better prepare their family?
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As most adults have realized, the importance of preparation is invaluable. Whereas, it is through example that we can teach children lessons to assist them as they go through life. In addition, we will look the last week (or two) events, the latest in the Presidental election for 2016, as well as the latest and greatest news from around the world and your "neck of the woods..."