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Dr. Lynne Kenney Shares on Word of Mom Radio

Family Therapy and More with Dr. Lynne Kenney Lynne Kenney, Psy.D., is a mother of two, a practicing pediatric psychologist at in Scottsdale, AZ, and the author of  The Family Coach Method. She has advanced fellowship training in forensic psychology and developmental pediatric psychology from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School. Her […]

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How to Craft Your PR Pitch from Host Cena Block

How MOMpreneurs Get Press  How To Craft Your PR Pitch Imagine this scenario.. There it was, in my inbox… the request from HARO – the golden opportunity for me to finally get that big break. A perfect lead for a PR opportunity with a big syndicated network – Totally written for my expertise: How moms […]

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MOMpreneur Management Tip #5 from Host Cena Block

Get Out and Have Some Fun! MOMpreneurs juggle a huge amount of tasks daily, weekly, monthly. Some do it with more ease than others – but how?  They know how to have FUN! Anyone who knows me longer than a minute knows that I’ve been given the gift of being the Fun Vortex.  I find it […]

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A New Addition to the Family Blog from Elissa & Debi

A New Addition to the Family Blog Excited.. nervous.. happy.. scared.. grateful…jealous? These are all emotions that may be going through your child’s head when they hear another baby is on the way. Children, especially first born, will most likely at some point during the pregnancy or after the birth, have a difficult time adjusting […]

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Heather Stouffer, Founder of Mom Made Foods on Word of Mom Radio

Mom Made Foods is sold nationwide, in stores such as Target, Super Target, Whole Foods, and more, with meals, munchies and bites made the way kids like! Heather Stouffer, CEO and creator of Mom Made Foods, started her journey from Kitchen to the Grocery, in the retail food business back in 2006. Her light bulb […]

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Space Sanity by Host Cena Block

Space Sanity Strategies for Overwhelmed Work at Home MOMpreneurs  Are you a MOMpreneur who is running ragged because of your out of control office? Do you struggle to manage every piece of your life and juggle the details of several people in your family? Are there days when you just wish things were a little […]

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MOMpreneur Management Tip #4 from Host Cena Block

Create a Master Plan If you are a busy MOMpreneur struggling with creating and maintaining your goals, you must create a system to put these plans into action. NO business has ever thrived without a master plan, goals and regular adjustments. For you to successfully run a home business (and even more so if your home includes managing the details of others) […]

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Green Goes With Everything – Guest Post from Renee Sullivan

Green Goes With Everything! With Earth Day coming up on April 22nd, many people are focusing on ways to limit their exposure to toxins. But before we even get started on what’s lurking in your own home that could be causing your family’s health to go downhill, I have some questions for you to ponder… […]

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Networking by Managing MOMpreneur Mayhem Host Cena Block

How Networking Can Help Your Mom-Run Business Many people steer clear of networking, complaining that there are no ‘real results’. The biggest complaints come from having ‘no time’ to network, that events are inconvenient, and the cost of associations and groups are too exorbitant to participate.  However, I’d like to debunk this myth.  The fact is that […]

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Are Pre-Schoolers Overscheduled? A guest post from Elissa Sunger

Are Pre-schoolers Overscheduled? Music or art?  Ballet or gymnastics?  One of the more discussed topics among parents is their preschooler’s schedule. Deciding which activities to choose for your child and how often they should participate can be tricky. With so many people and interests vying for a child’s time (parents, other family members, friends, sports, […]

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