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In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D., aka Dr. Bones, and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Nurse Amy, interview their good friend Jim Cobb, author of the popular new book "Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide: Food, Shelter, Security, Off-the-grid Power and more life-saving strategies for self-sufficient living. Also, Dr. Bones reveals new research that shows that healthy urine is NOT sterile, contrary to popular belief.
Need help in finding a moment for yourself?
Do you think having a "me time" is selfish?
Looking for some creative ways on how to handle housework and juggling a career?
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher of Chicken Soup, and me on Tuesday, July 22, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide. The book is a collection of inspiring and entertaining stories from fellow multitasking moms sharing tips and pointers to help others organize their time more efficiently to meet the busy demand as today’s mothers.
It was a dark and stormy night...calories lurked in every corner. Suddenly, there was a knock at the door!
Today Margo of Nacho Mama's Blog shares her top 6 tips for surviving Halloween with your waistline and your health goals intact! EPISODE GUIDE HERE: http://www.nachomamasblog.com/2014/10/new-podcast-ep62-halloween-survival.html
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Guest Pamela Carey addresses the issues of love and logistics, devotion and diplomacy, in the often difficult process keeping your marbles when your aging loved ones have kept theirs. A great deal of attention is being rightfully given to care for those afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. But many of our elderly who fortunate escape the disease do face other natural challenges that come with aging. There is a point at which those who have cared for us now require care. Just as their children grew into being independent, they now are growing into dependence. This process is perhaps more difficult for the elderly of sound mental health because of their awareness of the process. The ensuing emotional, physical, financial and geographic demands on their families and other caregivers is lacking the vast amount of guidance now available to those raising children.
PAMELA CAREY is the author of Minor League Mom, A Mother's Journey Through the Red Sox Farm Teams (2009) and Elderly Parents with All Their Marbles: A Survival Guide for the Kids (2014). The mother of Red Sox farm team veterans Tim and Todd Carey, Pamela holds a B.A. from Colby College and an M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College. A former information director for the Delaware Dept. of Education, she taught in Connecticut, Georgia and Maine. Later, she earned an advanced degree in interior design, and opened Interiors by Pamela in Cumberland, R.I. There, she taught adult education and served in many civic capacities. Pamela and her husband, Charley, are "snowbirds," residing in Delray Beach, Fla., in the winter and Westport, Mass., in the summer.
Bernd Schoner, PhD, is co-founder of ThingMagic and author of The Tech Entrepreneur's Survival Guide: How to Bootstrap Your Startup, Lead Through Tough Times and Cash in For Success.
There are many battle-scarred veterans of the startup industry who share their stories and challenges and solutions from their life as an entrepreneur. I've read some; so have you. But to date, I have yet to see a book as well-written, well-organized, stuffed with valuable details and insights and resources and advice as The Tech Entrepreneur's Survival Guide.
You should listen to our interview and read this book if:
an entrepreneur or if you’re considering taking that step;
if you’re an angel investor or you’re considering being an angel investor, you should buy this book to understand the entrepreneur’s journey and discover more resources to help you and your investment reach the best ROI;
an accountant, a legal professional advising small businesses and startups;
working at a startup. This will help you better understand the challenges your founders face every day. You might be able to offer them some of the solutions from this book;
working at a Fortune 500 whose policies and routines are writteng in stone and you're thinking you might like a go at that new startup;
a fan of well-organized, well-written books
I've published a longer review here.
THE BOARDING SCHOOL SURVIVAL (AND STRAIGHT 'A') GUIDE
AUTHOR JUSTIN MUCHNICK has just graduated and knows the score
Most technology startups never make it to the funding state, and only a small percent of those that are venture-backed generate positive returns for their investors. An even smaller number of startup founders enjoy a prosperous exit.
A success story in tech entrepreneurship—Bernd Schoner is the cofounder of ThingMagic, a garage-grown RFID technology company led by a small group of MIT Media Lab graduates. An early innovator of the Internet of Things, Schoner led his company through the ups and downs of a startup, ultimately selling to Trimble Navigation, a multibillion-dollar, multinational tech company, where he currently works as the VP of Business Development for ThingMagic.
In his new book, The Tech Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide: How to Bootstrap Your Startup, Lead Through Tough Times, and Cash In for Success (McGraw-Hill, May 2014), Schoner brings aspiring entrepreneurs face-to-face with the harsh realities of a tech startup. He provides an all-encompassing look at entrepreneurship, from inception to exiting, highlighting both the glory and the pain.
Bernd explains the major phases in a technology company’s life cycle, helping entrepreneurs avoid common pitfalls and survive crises when they strike. He guides the reader from the initial bootstrapping process through venture-capital financing and provides valuable advice on how to sell a technology company profitably—even in a bad economic environment.
A lot is written about seeing our parents through dementia, but not much is available to discuss what it takes to deal with parents who might need our assistance, but who still have all their faculties. How do we finesse a parent who wants to maintain their independence into moving nearer to us; into giving us Power of Attorney to take care of their healthcare and financial needs; to accept daily help? How do we do this while allowing them to maintain their dignity?
With honesty and insight borne of experience, through Elderly Parents With All Their Marbles: A Survival Guide for the Kids, author Pam Carey shares her personal journey as well as the (humorously serious) "Rules of the Road" she developed while caring for her parents.
Anyone who has ever had to care for elderly parents will see their own situations reflected in this witty yet practical guide to surviving the ordeal. You will feel like you’re right by Pam's side as she outlines 49 essential points for navigating the trials of elderly living, the medical issues and the inevitable loss that eventually comes. She illustrates each point with her own sometimes hilarious and often poignant experiences.
This book is a must-read as a resource for anyone dealing with assisting an aging loved one. Please consider purchasing a copy as a gift for a friend, care facility or YOUR children.
Pam wrote the book as a resource for others facing similar journeys. She is also the author of Minor League Mom, A Mother's Journey Through the Red Sox Farm Teams (2009). The mother of Red Sox farm team veterans Tim and Todd Carey, Pamela holds a B.A. from Colby College and an M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview educator and author Connie Grier. The topic for today's interview is Back to School Survival Guide. Parenting tips to ensure a positive school year.
Led by Ms. Connie Grier, an education and mentoring expert with 20+ years of experience. She has worked in the K-12 arena as a teacher, coach, mentor, program coordinator, and most recently as a Assistant Principal for one of the most challenging schools in the Philadelphia School District. Ms. Grier is now an Adjunct Professor at Wilmington University in the Behavior Sciences Department. She has been a tireless educational leader, advocate and mentor to her colleagues and families alike.
Are you ready to slash your home energy costs while dramatically reducing your carbon footprint? In The Homeowners Guide To Renewable Energy, Achieving Energy Independence Through Solar, Wind, Biomass and Hydropower by Dan Chiras you will find the most practical and affordable methods to significantly improve your homes energy efficiency. Focusing on the latest technological advances (and never losing sight of the economic bottom line), this comprehensive manual demystifies: Solar hot water and solar hot air systems Space heat: Passive and active solar retrofits and heat pumps Wood heat Passive Cooling Electricity from solar, wind and mirohydro. This well-illustrated and accessible guide is an essential resource for those wanting to enter the renewable energy field. Packed with practical tips and guidelines, it gives readers sufficient knowledge to hire and communicate effectively with contractors and is a must-read for anyone interested in saving money and achieving energy independence. If you are ready to save tens of thousands of dollars over the coming decades, this is one show you dont want to miss! In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Dan Chiras, who is a respected educator and the author of 29 books on residential renewable energy and green building. He has studied and worked with renewable energy and energy efficiency for over 30 years. Dan is the director of and lead instructor at The Evergreen Institutes Center for Renewable Energy and Green Building, where he teaches workshops on energy efficiency, solar electricity, solar hot water, small wind energy, green building, natural plasters, and natural building. Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com.Listeners of today’s show will receive $100 credit towards Storm Servers (VPS & Dedicated hosting) or can get one free month of shared hosting by using the coupon code: “orgview”.
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