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This week on Mom Talk Radio, Sherry Torkos, pharmacist, author, certified fitness instructor and health enthusiast, gives tips to help you repair and prepare for spring. Spotlight on Moms features Sara Lafountain of CookWith5Kids.blogspot.com. Shannon Hayes, author of Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled, shares radical homemaking tips. Bobbie Rhoads, founder and CEO of FunBites, shares information about her product, her experience on Shark Tank and winning the Huggies Mom Inspired Grant. Heather Stouffer, founder of Mom Made Foods, shares tips for making lunchbox meals fun and easy.
The 21st Century Homekeeper: Bringing old-fashioned skills into the 21st century.
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Sylvia Britton hosts the 21st Century HomeKeeper here on Your Preparation Station. Her shows present a wide variety of topics in the areas of preparedness, homesteading, survival, and agrarianism. Sylvia uses her experience in homesteading, homemaking, historical re-enacting, and teaching to bring interesting and helpful information to her listeners each week.
This week Sylvia talks about storing winter vegetables, shares a few favorite links and offers two delicious, easy old fashioned recipes for you to try. Sylvia is also giving away her Thanksgiving Planner for FREE to her listeners so head on over to http://ChristianHomekeeper.org/ and check out her eBooks to get your free copy.
This is part 2 of last week's discussion, as we look at marriage from the men's perspective. Men are expected to find a wife and get married, yet with America's 62% of marriages ending in divorce, perhaps there is something not being taught about HOW to find a wife. When it comes to finding a mate, beauty was always a strong attraction for men, but what about personality, character, values? Does anybody really teach men how to recognize those things? How is it so many divorced men say that their wives turned out to be incompatible? The way many divorced men describe the end of the marriage, its as if they met and married someone they didn't even know. How is it that the beautiful woman you married turned into a mean, hateful, hardhearted person that you couldn't stand to live with any longer? Did you have in mind what you wanted besides beauty? Are men really taught how to find what suits them? What was necessary yesterday does not apply today in terms of homemaking skills, farming skills, cooking skills, that were necessary for survival. What did your father teach you about women? What are you teaching your son? Or are men today being schooled from the streets only on how to get sex? What should elder men today be doing to stear younger men into healthy relationships that last?
Men often say they are disappointed in the women they marry, saying their wives are lacking in emotional support, loyalty, willingness to stick it out in tough times and forgiveness for a man's normal shortcomings. Are men unrealistic in what they expect from women, or are women in need of "wife training"? What about traditional homemaking skills, cooking, cleaning, sewing? Are these no longer realistic expectations? Why do men really expect from the women they marry? What is the real purpose of a wife
Are men's expectations of marriage unrealistic? Or are women just unprepared to be wives? Many men say they are disappointed at the lack of emotional support, loyalty, willingness to endure tough times, and forgiveness. Are men being unrealistic or are women in need of "wife training"? How about traditional homemaking skills, cooking, cleaning, sewing? Are those skills no longer reasonable expectations for a spouse? What does a man really need a wife for anyway? What should a man expect from a woman he marries
Welcome Back! Since we last chatted I have surived the largest Hurricane in...a long while, an earthquake and a Nor'easter.
Let's chat about how Homemaking made all the difference. Also, I have a rant for young women who seemed to have swallowed a fantasy pill.
By midlife, many women realize that a dash of sass, a bit of humor and few belly laughs can get us through most of the everyday crazies served up by children, husbands and multiple homemaking duties. But now author, humor columnist and blogger, Stacey Gustafson, has planted her tongue-firmly-in-cheek and turned these daily frustrations into a decidedly funny romp of a book.
Join us as Stacey shares tales from Are You Kidding Me? My Life With An Extremely Loud Family, Bathroom Calamities, And Crazy Relatives. So grab a cup of coffee, plan to take a 15-minute break and get your funny bone ready. You won’t want to miss this one!
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