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  • Work at Home Wednesday - Late Edition!

    in Entrepreneur

    In this first ever podcast version of Work at Home Wednesday, Shannon Kohl, Younique Presenter, will join me. We will discuss what it's like to be self employed, her best tips for those in business on their own, and we will discuss her current fundraiser for domestic violence. Make sure that you check out her page and find out how you can help make domestic violence victims and survivors (and their children) lead safer lives. 


    Work at Home Wednesdays is a video and now podcast series presented by freelance writer, Robin Bull. She is also the host of Freelance Fridays. Follow Robin on Twitter, Facebook, and look for her on Periscope. Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast! Interested in being a guest? Contact Robin through her Facebook fan page. 

  • 01:00

    Paige McKay Kubik- The Executive Director of Frazer Center

    in Women

    The Frazer Center is an inclusive community where people at all levels of ability and disability gather, learn and flourish together. 


    This is the backstory of The Frazer Center- The life of a young couple is often the stuff of dreams: the places they may live, the journeys they may take, the children they may have. In 1948, this was the story for one of our founding families, the Lanes.


    Their lives took an unexpected turn, however, when their daughter was born with cerebral palsy. Together with their dear friends the Frazers, the Lanes searched for a program for their daughter. Feeling frustrated and saddened by what they saw, they created the Cerebral Palsy School for six children at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in 1949. Two years later, the Frazers and Lanes were able to acquire the former estate of Cator Woolford (founder of the Retail Credit Company, now Equifax), thirty-nine acres located in the heart of Druid Hills. Renamed REACH in 1989 and The Frazer Center in 1999, our historic mission to offer research-based education, vocational support, and therapeutic intervention to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families is still the heart of our work today. Tune in and suppport Frazer Center

  • 01:58

    August 12th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    Make sure you tune in (and call in!) tonight for another classic episode of the Home Court Sports Talk Show from 7-9pm CST!


    Topics will include:



    Preview the 2015-16 Milwaukee Bucks season
    Does all the off season basketball that Giannis is playing (Africa, Greece) concern you?
    NFL training camp/preseason fights
    Open discussion. What do YOU want to get off your chest?


    Listen via phone or Internet. Via phone @ (347)945-7002 (press 1 to join us live on the air while listening) & via Internet @ www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports

  • 01:58

    August 19th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    Topics tonight:


    1. Would you be surprised if Tom Brady is reinstated for week 1?


    2. Should the University of Wisconsin lower admission standards after losing several top level recruits in basketball and football?


    3.  Would you take Ray Rice as a cheap backup for the Green Bay Packers?


    4.  With the recent hiring of an female assistant coach by the Arizona Cardinals, how long before an female head coach.


    Call in at 347.945.7002


    Listen Live at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports


    Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

  • 01:07

    Commissioned by Submission with Maria Brown, Founder of Pretty Girls Teen Center

    in Christianity

    Maria Brown is a a wife and a mother who has always had a vision to help teenage girls. Her educational and experiential background has helped in making her vision a reality. Pretty Girls Teen Center is the manifestation of her heart's desires. Her motto is, "if I can help at least one teen, then my labor is not in vain."


    The PGTC mission is to promote the safety, permanency and holistic well-being of at-risk teenaged girls ages 12-19. The center encourages high self-esteem and assists adolescents in identifying and nourishing their purpose. Its staff is committed to assisting in the development of life skills that are essential in the transformation from a teenage girl into a young lady. PGTC's goal is to meet the demands and fill the gaps that prohibit teens from reaching their full potential. They focus on Social preparedness, Effective Communication, Career Guidance and G.O.A.L.S (Girls Obtaining A Love for Self). Pretty Girls Teen Center, Inc.’s seeks to redefine the word pretty. PGTC is where being pretty is self-assured.


    Connect with Maria Brown
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/prettygirlsteencenter
    Email: prettygirlsteencenter@gmail.com

  • August 5th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    Make sure you tune in (and call in!) tonight for another classic episode of the Home Court Sports Talk Show from 7-9pm CST!


    Topics will include:



    We'll be joined by Time Warner Cable Sports 32's Talking The Talk Champ, Tristain Thomas
    Assuming the Milwaukee Bucks roster is set, what are the biggest strengths and weaknesses?
    With less carries by NFL running backs in the era, why is the injury frequency so high compared to running backs from the 80s/90s etc who had more carries?
    Open discussion. What do YOU want to get off of your chest?


    Listen via phone or Internet. Via phone @ (347)945-7002 (press 1 to join us live on the air while listening) & via Internet @ www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports

  • Florida Tiny House Camp - (Home Schooling)

    in Homeschooling

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss what the "Florida Tiny House Camp" is all about and it's primary purpose, which is to provide (Experiential Education) on how to build "Zero Net Energy Houses".  


    Some of the topics that we shall discuss today are:



    Social Capital Financing vs Bank Financing
    Home Schooling vs On The Grid Education
    Home School vs Public School
    Home School vs Private School
    Home School vs Charter School
    Adult Home Schooling
    The One College Course That Every University Student Needs But Not University Offers It.


    Visit our website(s): www.itsmyhouseonline.com


    www.floridatinyhousecamp.com


    Listen to "It's My House Radio" by calling 712-432-7783.

  • 00:02

    In Home Skilled Nursing Kensington, San Diego Home Nursing

    in Health

    In Home Skilled Nursing Kensington, CA http://firstatofsandiego.com  619-220-7600 - San Diego’s Best Home Nursing Company. We Specialize in Homecare, Skilled Nursing, In-Home Care with the Best Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 92116, 92115


    Aging is a fact of life, but one that often comes with several challenges. With the best quality of life in mind, here’s how in-home skilled nursing can support families who are caring for an aging loved one at home.


    Providing Much Needed Guidance
    Families find that an in-home skilled nursing service is a smart, practical solution. The right service offers peace of mind that loved ones have the attention they need to maintain their independence for as long as possible.


    Offering Companionship and Instilling Confidence
    Seniors are sometimes discouraged when they first realize that they can no longer participate in activities they enjoy or perform tasks without assistance. Competent in-home skilled nurses are trained and experienced and can share strategies for success.


    In-Home Medical Assistance and Professional Expertise
    Professional, medically trained nurses in the home are an invaluable asset for family members caring for an elderly loved one. In-home skilled nurses can administer medications, help with injections and dress wounds.


    To learn more, pick up a copy of our free guide… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com


    In Home Skilled Nursing Kensington San Diego

  • 00:06

    Lincoln Center Summer Concert 2015

    in Parents

    Hello,


     


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on BTR


    My name is Tammi joyner


    I am your host for the Show


    today we are live from Lincoln Center in NYC


    we are here to listen to a summer end concert


    the theme is Out of Doors


    Rock My Soul: The Fairfield Four and The McCrary Sisters


    Friday, August 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm


    Damrosch Park


    Singing in the traditional African American a cappella gospel style that they have been known for since the group’s inception almost 100 years ago, The Fairfield Four continue to perform original, tightly harmonized pieces and traditional favorites. Teaming up with The McCrary Sisters—frequent Bob Dylan collaborators and the daughters of Fairfield’s late leader—the two virtuosic groups show how the spirit-stirring sounds of gospel sparked the rock and R&B revolution.

  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Jenny Payne of the Center 4 Emotional Freedom

    in Self Help

    Washington, UT – There is a growing awareness that traditional medicine doesn’t have all the answers. Physicians are more puzzled than ever why their patients resist getting better. The time has come for each one of us to step up and take control of our own healthcare and not rely on anyone else to do it for us.


    Jenny Payne is a certified Emotion Code practitioner and the founder of the Center 4 Emotional Freedom. When doctors can’t seem to find what’s wrong, Jenny can explore what’s happening energetically to help put you back on the path to wellness.


    “I believe that our bodies are miracles and we should be able to be healthy,” says Jenny. “There isn’t a single person on earth that cannot benefit from some kind of energy healing. I know it works and it gives me great joy to help bring people out of their pain.”


    Throughout our lives we experience a wide range of negative emotions and we tend to hold those emotions inside of our bodies. Eventually, these emotions become trapped, preventing us from accomplishing what we want in life. Developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson, The Emotion Code is a program that releases these trapped emotions, clearing the mind of unwanted emotional blocks and allowing the body to return to its natural state of healing.


    “I help them create love for themselves, release these trapped emotions and help them get on with their lives feeling happy and care-free,” says Jenny. “As we decide to learn more about our bodies, and energy healing in general, we will open up a whole new world,” says Jenny. “The Emotion Code has a place in this whole new world. It just makes sense.”


    For more information on Jenny Payne, visit http://www.center4emotionalfreedom.com/

  • Spartan Life Radio: The NSU Spartan Success Center

    in Education

    Students enrolled at Norfolk State University have several distinct advantages . . . one of them is that . . . the Retention Czar is going to do everything possible to ensure that each student stays in school and graduates. On this episode of Spartan Life Radio, we're talking to NSU's Retention Czar, Dr. Eleanor Hoy, and her team at the Spartan Success Center. Join host Michael Cotter as he drills down to find out what the Spartan Success Center is doing to ensure students graduate. Dr. Hoy and her team will talk about tutoring programs, scholarships, programs to help students whose first language is not English and strategies to help students succeed in the classroom and out.


    Spartan Life Radio airs Thursday, August 13 at 1 p.m. Be sure to join us . . . especially if you have a student returning to college or one getting ready to graduate from high school. Listen live at www.blogtalkradio.com/spartanlife. Join the conversation at 347-850-8515.