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What's for dinner? If you're like your hosts, that's an inconvenient question that’s batted around quite a bit in your home.
Apparently, we're not alone! According to "Food Genius" founder Justin Massa during a recent National Public Radio interview, "…70 to 80% of Americans do not know what we're going to have for dinner at 4:00 p.m."
The company, which analyzes data for the food industry, is just one resource grocers nationwide are using to fill the dinner gap for busy families, only today, the offerings are taking a turn towards a seemingly healthier trend. Keep in mind, convenience comes at a price! And another thing, do we really want big-box-grocers and other food engineers making decisions that were once the domain of the family cook? Hardly!
Local chef and restaurant owner Davena Jernigan offers time saving tips from her treasure trove of food wisdom - tips that'll take the anxiety out of meal planning and inspire families to look no further than their own pantries for answers.
So, what are you gonna do Monday morning? Listen to the Mommy Chronicles of course, ‘cause you know this show is just what you’ve been waiting for!
Join Tina and guest Laura Burak RD, as they talk about fun, healthy, easy meals. There's so much information out there and it can feel overwhelming. Laura will help us to appreciate the power of food, without sacrificing the pleasure that eating brings to life. Chat-Room and phone lines will be open 516-387-1936.
Laura is a registered dietician and a bona fide food lover. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition from Penn State, and completed her dietician internship and nutrition Master's degree program at New York University. For the past 13 years, Laura has worked with patients of all ages, from all cultures and backgrounds.
Before moving out of NYC, Laura spent 5 years working for the private practices of Joy Bauer Nutrition and Brown and Medina Nutrition as a nutrtional counselor, and as a clinical dietician at the Hospital for Special Surgery. Prior to that, she worked for 5 years in the intensive care units as a critical care dietician at Beth Israel Hospital in downtown Manhattan.
Laura finds no greater pleasure than when she helps a client struggling with their weight management, chronic disease, or ailment. She relates to her clients and their struggles, and they work together in the most realistic way to improve their lives.
Greetings! This will conclude the episodes on the Pass Over Feast, as Sunday, April 11, 2015 will be the close of the season. However, part two of this message will serve, and satify any questions you may have concerning deliverence. The bible say, "healing is the childrens bread." Deliverence belongs to you, the listener; look at this Seder Plate from that perspective, and understand what each role the elements on the plate play in your life. I want you to know that the Seder Meal commerates the departure of Isreal from Egyptian bondage. Pharo was a type of the devil, and Egypt was a type of sin; the Seder Meal is a type of deliverence for those who are in agreement with God to remember: according to Ex 12:14 "this day shall be a memorial unto you for ever....." There are promises associated with this covenat for your life, and family if you will be willing to take time out and remember the miracles which God did when delivering his people. I fully understand God concerning this request! If I had done such a great deed for anyone, such as this, I would wanna be commerated as well and so would you. Those miracles were powerful manifestations of God, his personality, and his love for his people.
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In this episode I willl focus on the Seder Meal. We will learn the meaning of the Pass Over Meal and how it relates to us as believers today. The message is symbolic, we all know, but in this study I will briefly review the story of Jesus and the crusification, as these two events are happening at the same time. We are seeing deliverance, while at the same time we are experiencing the greatest celebration of forgiveness ever told. Watch my YouTube channel for the first episode taught last year. Go to: YouTube.com type my name "Keturah Jones" then type the title of the sermon: "Pass Over" pt. 1.
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You work hard in your business. You wear so many hats to keep things going, to keep customers happy, employees on target and engaged and manage all the back end .. not to mention your family and personal needs. Often entrepreneurs find themselves so deep IN their business that they don’t have time to work ON their business. You need to be able to see over the wall to the next level and target the next level. Part of that strategic thinking is around financial planning, maximizing tax situations for today and planning for your future. It is important to stop and take this long term view for a few moments to make some important choices today.
What you will learn:
What is financial planning, really?
What are the biggest mistakes business owners make in retirement options
How can planning for retirement can reduce current taxes
Sameer S. Somal is the Chief Financial Officer at Blue Ocean Global Wealth and Blue Ocean Global Technology. Prior to co-founding Blue Ocean Global Wealth, he was a Senior Investment Analyst at The Bank of Nova Scotia and a Financial Advisor and Intermediary at Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch & Co. Sameer serves on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia/Tri-State Financial Planning Association (FPA), is senior financial services leader on industry roundtable discussions, and is an active volunteer at CFA Institute. He is also a Board Advisor and Managing Director of Institutional Education at the iPlan Education Institute in New Delhi, India. A member of the Speakers’ Series at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business, Sameer is a frequent guest lecturer on succession planning, business retirement, diversity, financial planning, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
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Please join two crazy moms as we navigate parenting through different stages of motherhood. With one of us parenting a tween and two toddlers, while the other is parenting adults and enjoying a new empty nest. We will be tackiling everything from babies to adults and all the crazy in between. Let us share tips, tricks and advice on what has worked and what we are currently trying, to get through this crazy life as mommies with our sanity in tact.
How do you balance family and work?
How do you keep some sort of social life?
Do you feel alone?
Mommies need quiet time!
Have you traded slacks for yoga pants and heels for Uggs?
Are you sick of hearing the word MOM?
Come, welcome to your safe zone. You are amongst friends and fellow crazy mommies here.
Please join us this Tuesday as we tackle Practical Tips for Busy Moms:)
Do you try so hard to make homecooked, healthy meals for your family as much as you can, but then, work, sports, schedules and life just take all of your time???? Do you more often then you would like, just run through a drive through on your way home to grab dinner, because the only other option is a homecooked meal eatin at 9pm......?????? We feel your pain and have walked in those shoes. Let us help!!!! We have some wonderful ideas to help you turn your nasty fast food into healthier make ahead food.
Estate Planning has changed and grown dramatically in the quarter century that I have been practicing law. This broadcast will focus on the changes since the new millenium and will cover a range of issues including tax, society and the economy in relation to estate plans.
This program is brought to you by "LadyLawyer" Cynthia Rignanese, an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida in the United States. No attorney-client relationship can be based solely on today's program.
Ms. Rignanese may be contacted about individual questions at her office at 863-294-1114.
John Baldino @jbalive drops by @DriveThruHR to share his insights on Workforce Planning
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Dr. Jonas will review a fascinating Advanced Care Planning Symposium he attended at UD last weekend which included an introduction to a new proposed DNR form for Ohio (MOLST form). Grief and loss is the topic of Dr Synonymous Blog this week. Other blogs and tweets may be mentioned as the show moves along. Listen in. Join the chat room.
Today Debbie Cunningham, attorney at law is joining us to continue the conversation about wills, trusts, and the critical value of planning ahead. We're going to explore the various pre- and post-marital agreements that create agreements that are not 'divorce planning', rather, they provide a guide as to how probate, creditors, bankruptcy, business ownership and more can be handled. Tune in to hear more!
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