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Summer is here and it's vacation time. You want to enjoy yourself and take the family somwhere nice but where can you go that's nice and cheap?? Let's talk about it today on The Cheap Cheetah Money Show. Vacations on the Cheap! Also stop buy and like our new home at www.facebook.com/TheCheapCheetahMoneyShow or visit us at
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Vacationing with children while injured requires additional planning. The more activites kids are able to do while you watch, the less stress which will help with your recovery and their levels of fun. Everyone in the family will have to share responsibilities in order to make this a fun time for everyone. Join me, ESTRA today in discussing Summer Vacations while injured with children.
Motivational Mondays is a sacred place to press RESET and let it all go and renew your passion and dreams with simple steps.
Who needs a vacation however money is tight this summer?
Join us as the phenomenal Versandra Kennebrew shares with us the best staycations, vacations, and daycations for those on a budget this summer. Also we will continue to talk abut the steps to Manfiesting your Dreams through Journaling: (Download your journal for homework now for FREE- http://store.payloadz.com/details/825120-ebooks-self-help-journal-your-way-back-home.html
Learn more about Versandra Kennebrew at: http://versandrakennebrewintl.com/
If you are looking for a motivational and quick read this summer - check out:
You Want Caviar But Have Money For Chitlins: A Smart Do-It-Yourself Guide for Those On A Budget
The Brand New Mommy: From Babies to Branding to Bliss
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Depression, Anxiety, Narcisissum, or Family division are clear concerns for Dr. Carol Francis, Psychologist. One intervention for all of these complications is volunteering. Giving to others and Acts of Kindnes are well know for up-lifting people out of their pains. In addition, volunteering enables those who feel worthless, meaningless and depressed to see their worth in their ability to help others. Anxiety is reduced also when one gains a perspective on how other's have overcome their adversities. DrCarolFrancis.com and 310-543-1824.
Volunteer Vacations, such as those offered through Global Volunteers, also pull families together as they team up to help other communities progress. Parents bring children to enlighten about their good fortune and ability to help others less fortunate materially or educationally. Additionally, grandparents bring grandchildren to bond and to increase their grandchildren's social consciousness.
Global Volunteers is one organization which encourages cross-culture experiences which can be gained when you volunteer to help teach other languages, reading, build, paint, feed, and interface with children and adults in other parts of the world. (GlobalVolunteers.org)
Global Volunteers organizes volunteer opportunities for individuals & families all over the planet. During this radio show you will hear vignetts from many volunteers who joined my family this summer as they describe their new insights and moving moments while volunteering through Global Volunteers at Browning, Montana on one of the Blackfeet Tribe's Reservations.
Why just take a trip when you can take a vacation, right here in the U.S. that will enrich your life and help others too? Rescue loggerhead turtles and learn to surf in North Carolina. Help reinstate the Mexican grey wolf to its natural habitat while visiting the Grand Canyon. Bike to raise money for low-income housing. Learn the fine art of making an authentic Windsor chair. Work as a caretaker and live in a lighthouse. These are a few of the amazing adventures you could enjoy on your next vacation, and our guest this week on Tomatoes in the Trenches is immersion travel expert, and author of Immersion Travel . USA and Volunteer Vacations Across America, Sheryl Kayne. She’ll explain just what immersion travel means, how to plan this type of vacation, and how it can benefit you and others. Listen in live Wednesday March 23 at 2PM EST, or on demand.
Just in time for the "official" kick off to summer, certified transformational life coaches Ingrid Sthare and Vicy Wilkinson from Complete Life Coaching talk about the values, benefits, and drawbacks of vacations... and help you navigate your summer plans so that you get the MOST out of your summer! Whether you're planning a vacation, a staycation, or just working on taking better care of yourself and those you love this summer, this episode has info that will help. On a tight budget? Can't make a big trip this summer? That's okay! We'll give you some great ideas about how to increase your happiness and well-being, no matter what!
If you REALLY need a break, we offer private mountain retreats... for couples, executives, and families! You can learn more on our website: http://www.completelifecoaching.com/
Thank you for being here! We hope you have a GREAT summer and stay tuned to our next series... TBA next week!
In gratitude! ~Namaste~
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with nearly 4000 schools participating.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in three foreign countries.
Elgin Allen is the CEO of Association Insurance Management (AIM) of Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1989, Association Insurance Management (AIM) is a national marketing organization specializing in assisting associations to provide benefits and services to their members. Our focus is in creating quality insurance programs for educationally based non-profit associations. The program provides coverage for activities such as concession stands, car washes, t-shirt sales, fun runs, carnivals and other parent group sponsored activities.
With over 14,000 parent groups currently insured, we have developed a niche program with PTAs, PTOs, Education Foundations and Booster Clubs that is unique in the insurance industry. AIM currently maintains 54 endorsements in 40 states specializing in association-endorsed programs. These endorsements include State Parent Teacher Associations and The Texas Associations of Community Schools, which include over 700 school districts or institutional members. To this date, AIM is proud to note it has never lost an association endorsement.
AIM is proud of the relationships that have been created with each of its associations and is committed to fostering those relationships for years to come.
Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.
Today on My Spirit Travels, we will be having an open conversation about travel. We invite you to call in and share some of your exciting adventures in travel, offer suggestions about places the My Spirit Travel family can put on their list of places to go.
If you love to travel and retreat, this is the perfect place for you to join in the conversation. This is the time of the year when families get together for vacations, or sister-friends go on island adventures. We want to hear from you. Call in at 6:30 EST 718-766-4468.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, which airs live from Groveland, gateway to Yosemite National Park, as part of the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units.
- Mara Purl - Best-selling, award-winning author of the popular and critically acclaimed Milford-Haven Novels and Milford-Haven Stories, pioneered small-town fiction for women.
- Chef Jeremy Manley ‘Southern California’s Sustainable Chef’ – Executive chef and owner of Jeremy’s on the Hill California Bistro in Julian, California, Chef Manley will discuss Romantic Foods & Recipes for Valentine’s Day.
- Tracy Billeb of Yosemite Gold Vacations, and special guests, will discuss Pine Mountain Lake as a year-round destination in Yosemite’s Gold Country.
- Brady Parks - The National Parks Band
Plus, Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
It's that time of the year...planning a 'vacation.' Ah, you've booked an all-inclusive vacation and you envision a getaway from everything including thinking about MONEY. The reality-"all-inclusive" vacations don't always lmean what you think.
What to watch out for...at some resorts, only food and some basic activities come with that ONE SIZE FITS ALL FEE...READ THE FINE PRINT.
The more "PREMIUM' perk, the more likely you'll pay extra for it.
Is an "all-inclusive" vacation cheape than a standard vacation???
Check resort web-site...etc.
To tip or not...etc.
Call resort of confirm...etc.
Extra fees for...etc.
Bordentown School -volunteers needed - restoration underway with volunteer electrical contractor John White! A museum on the once thriving black school's cam[us kknown as The Tuskegee of The North is John's Mission.
The Bordentown school, was originally established in 1886 by Rev. W. A. Rice, a minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, as a private institution under the name of New Brunswick Technical School. It was later called "The Ironsides Normal School." in honor of Commodore Stewart the benefactor of t Bordentown's Campus, his 350 acre estate .
Reverend Walter A.S. Rice of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in New Brunswick founded the Bordentown School in 1876 as New Brunswick Technical Institute a privately supported educational entity. Reverend Rice’s mission was to educate African American students of both sexes and train them “in such industries as shall enable them to become self-supporting”. The school was founded just five years after the famous Tuskegee Institute in Alabama was formed. It was known as the Tuskegee of The North"
The school relocated to Bordentown City in 1886, where it was shrewdly renamed and incorporated as the New Jersey Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth. The name change from Technical Institute to Manual Training was an insult to the founders and it was the beginning of the propaganda campaign against black educational institutions, as a continuation of slave labor. The donor of the property, Commander Stewart, the oldest enlistee in the Civil War and an Irish activist demanded in his will that his property be used for training purposes- the State of New Jersey believes they meet the requirements, insofar as they offer training courses to their detainees.
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