Entries in the Category 'Podcasts'

Making the most of your money

September 8th, 2009 / 4 Comments

How to stretch our dollar, spend wisely, and use our money to live our strong family values.

Overcoming Computer/Video Game Addiction

May 4th, 2009 / 4 Comments

Why are kids so addicted to computer and video games? Can’t they see it’s a waste of time? In today’s podcast, we will hear  – from kid’s point of view – why they play hours on end. My guest is my friend Dan Sutoyo. He’s been a serious gamer for over 10 years. He recently […]

Parenting from Birth to Five

March 9th, 2009 / 1 Comment

How do I handle separation anxiety? Is there anything I can do to make sure my baby grows up with a healthy self-esteem? What do I do when my toddler bites another child? How do I get my 2-year-old off the bottle? What do I help my child through grief and loss? If you have […]

Improve communication with your teenagers

February 12th, 2009 / 4 Comments

Do you find it hard to connect with your teens? Is the “teenage angst” just a stage of life with your teen that you have to live with, or is there something you can do about it? My podcast is an interview with teen expert Aurelia Williams. Aurelia is the author of Real Life Guidance […]

3 ways to live with passion

January 18th, 2009 / No Comments

In a week, I will be celebrating a big milestone, one of the big zero birthdays. It’s not 20, and that’s all I’m going to say! 🙂 My son is also celebrating a BIG one. He’ll be 21! My baby…. As I look back, I’ve learned a lot in these past decades of life. And […]

Technology help for parents

November 22nd, 2008 / 2 Comments

Tired of asking your kids for help with your digital camera or downloading a program? Help is here! All you have to do is ask, and Patric at Noobie.com will answer. I interviewed Patric and asked him for advice on how parents can maximize the use of technology, without breaking anything! Click below to hear […]

Is the fashion industry sexualizing our girls?

October 20th, 2008 / 4 Comments

Do you love to shop?? Duh, that’s a rhetorical question! My daughter loves to go to the mall – Hollister, Anchor Blue, Forever 21 – you know, all those stores with the cute teen fashions. After a while, they all look the same to me! Have you noticed that the sizes offered are very small? […]

Safe teen driving an oxymoron?

September 24th, 2008 / 8 Comments

Last year at age 19, my son had his first car accident – on the freeway, at night, and with a semi-truck behind him! I thank God that no one was hurt. But the car was not worth repairing. This podcast features an interview with Allan Ramsey, CEO and co-founder of www.SafeTeenDrivingClub.org. His mission is […]

Are our children being raised right?

August 7th, 2008 / 3 Comments

There’s something wrong with the way American kids are being raised today. Dr. Anne Pierce in her book Ships Without a Shore: America’s Undernurtured Children challenges commonly accepted notions about parenting such as nannys and daycare workers, hyper-structuring, and how Baby Boomers have affected the way we raise our children. Dr. Pierce gives us good […]

Resumes for Children 17 Years Old and Under

July 14th, 2008 / 2 Comments

Yes, REALLY! Why would you need a resume for your child that young? What would you use it for? What would you even put on it? And who’s going to read a resume of a young child? I was very skeptical when I interviewed Kris Manley, author of the book Resumes for Children 17 Years […]