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Radio Guest: Debert Cook, Publisher, African American Golfer's Digest and is the CEO & President, Event Planners Plus NA Inc.
Topic: Golf: The Sport of Bridging Connections
A Certified Meetings Planner (CMP) with over 15 years of experience servicing corporate, non-profit and NGOs domestically and internationally with meetings, conferences, events and incentive programs: EventPlannersPlus.com. Publisher of the African American Golfer's Digest, the nations leading print magazine for avid Black American golfers and a PGA of America Diverse Supplier. The magazine is produced and distributed quarterly to 80,000 readers by subscription only and circulated to over 300 top, Black American focused golf tournaments and events: AfricanAmericanGolfersDigest.com. Location: 80 Wall Street, Suite 720, New York, NY 10005 Tel: (212) 571-6559
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Guest will be: Valerie Silver- Reading teacher, a healer, and a holistic wellness educator. She is a lifelong animal lover and advocate with a heart for animals and humans in need of compassion and healing.
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Val wrote Rescue Me, her first book, as a fundraiser for homeless dogs, to raise awareness of their plight and needs, and to show what wonderful companions these dogs make when given a chance. She believes that it takes education, positive action and compassion to create healing and better lives for all creatures-animal and human. Val shares her knowledge and insights on her websites and facebook pages, and in on-line groups.
In this episode Matt Minetola is back talking about his 2016 breeding season. We will be talking about his highs and lows and some of the progress he has made with his ocelot gene.
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It's easy to fall victim to our inability to live an authentic life simply by giving up our agency and forgetting that we're the ones steering the ship. Whether it's because we're trying to please someone, we're trying to protect or bolster our reputation, or we just don't know how to say no, so often we end up going places that we have no desire to be, engaging in battles that ultimately don't matter, and spending precious energy on things that are soul-sucking. Co-hosts Leslie and Tesi tackle these ideas in a segment called We Read, We Loved It, Let's Discuss and then jump into a new segment called We See You, which is a celebration of modern-day motherhood and the ways that so many are wearing it with incredible grace and gusto. For complete Show Notes, visit www.mamabeardarespodcast.com.
Thanks to all listeners and guests for a great year!
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“Did You Feed The Dog?” is The Perfect Solution to that Important Question!
As pet parents, it is our responsibility to make sure that our pets are cared for properly with the right food, a comfortable sleeping place and lots of love.
And, of course, feeding our pets is one of the most important tasks we must tend to each morning and evening. But, sometimes, in a home with more than two people, you just don’t know if your dog has been fed! If asked, dogs will lie! And that’s where the brilliance of Did You Feed The Dog comes into play.
Family workloads have increased a great deal from several decades ago. Millions of moms work outside the home by choice or necessity. How can families handle the juggling act? In some ways it's an old story. Women have been juggling work and family responsibilities since the late 1960s and 1970s when large numbers of women started entering the workforce. A generation ago most mothers waited until their children were in school before returning to work. Now most mothers of preschool-aged children work outside the home. Once moms started going to work outside the home, their lives changed dramatically. Most found that although they were able to find fulfillment in their day job, they were still doing the majority of the housework and child care once they got home in the evenings. Still, men were starting to feel obligated to at least do some housework.
Consider a typical American couple's work schedules in the 1950s. Back then, the husband probably had a 40-hour workweek, which was the norm during the 1950s and 1960s. Add to that the time the man spent commuting to work (which was about a third to half of today's commute times), home and car maintenance, yard work, errands, etc., and he still wasn't working more than 50 to 55 hours a week total. He wasn't also typically having to pitch in with the cooking and cleaning.
The stay-at-home mother, even if she was doing a lot of cooking and sewing, probably wasn't averaging more than 45 hours of work a week (although it is true that a mother's work is never done—it has always been a 24/7 on-call job).
This is not to say that the 1950s were the ideal necessarily; it only serves as a comparison to show how much more women—and men—are working today.
Charlie does not like cats. Why? Let's ask him during this show where we talk about the fun and difference cats are! We will tune into them as well, so we do not just get Charlie's point of view on the pets that know that they rule the house! Or better, the world! We all know cats and dogs are so different and we even define ourselves as cat or dog people! So what fun can we have asking them about using our furniture for scratching posts, bringing us dead or almost dead critters as gifts and peeing on our belongings.
We are told that cats and dogs do not get along because their body language is so different and the cues of a 'wagging tail' from a cat can end in scratch marks on a dog's nose. Is that what is going on? let's find out from these critters themselves and also from Charlie!
Like the TV show, modern families come in all shapes and sizes. Many children are a product of divorce, are in touch with both their biological and adopted parents, have two moms or two dads (or both), or are being raised by their grandparents. No matter how atypical the face of today's family, the values stay the same: love and support. Moms and dads will find plenty of support in BlogTalkRadio's parenting shows, especially those about time-management topics that fit both stay-at-home and working parents: organizing kids' activity schedules, decluttering, reducing the workweek, managing stress, making quick meals and more. We've also got shows about friendship – you know, your family of choice rather than family of origin. Just remember: everyone's family seems dysfunctional in its own way. And family may irritate you, but more often than not, you can always count on family to pick you up from the airport.
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