Summer Reading for the Working Woman

Summer Reading for the Working WomanEpisode 90–Summer Reading for the Working Woman

 

Deanna Cauthen, the host of The Working Woman Radio Show, shares 10 of her favorite books to encourage summer reading for the working woman.

The nice thing about the summer is that most people usually take vacations during the summer, and this can be a great time to catch up on some reading that you may not have been able to do during the other months of the year.

The list that she shares is not in any particular order as far as preference is concerned.

So she encourages you to put your feet up, kick back, and take a little time to do some reading this summer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helpful Resources:

The following are a list of the books that I mentioned on the podcast:

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas

The Wisdom of Menopause  by Christiane Northrup, MD

Emily Posts Complete Encyclopedia of Etiquette by Emily Post

Love is a Verb by Gary Chapman

Soothe Your Nerves by Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett

Becoming  by Michelle Obama 

Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend

The Boy Crisis by Warren Farrel, Ph. D and John Gray, Ph.D

The Power of a Praying Wife  Stormie Omartian

Announcements

 

 The Elevate Talk Show

The Mother/Daughter Talk Show that elevates your life.

The Elevate Talk Show wants to feature you on our show!

Tell us a story about something you’ve done to elevate your life or someone else’s. It could be something you’ve done to better the life of a family member or friend, or a creative way you enhanced your home decor home. It could also be something you’ve done to improve your health like losing weight, and more.
If you would like to be featured in our ‘Before We Go’ segment, share your story with us. To sign up, go to The Elevate Talk Show YouTube channel and subscribe. Then email us your stories and pictures to elevateytchannel@gmail.com.
Also, become an Elevate! Facebook friend by visiting, https://www.facebook.com/cauthenproductions/
and share your stories and pictures with us on our Facebook page.
To view the Elevate! YouTube channel, go to Elevate!
Also, if you live in DeKalb County, Georgia you can also listen to episodes of Comcast channel 25.

Practicing Self-Care

Practicing Self-CareEpisode 72–Practicing Self-Care

Practicing self-care can be a difficult thing to do especially for busy working women with families.

Angela Paul, a math and science teacher, mother of four adult children and four grandchildren, defines exactly what self-care means.

Mrs. Paul shares candidly about her own personal struggles with this issue. She also talks about practical things that women can do to better take care of themselves.

She talks about why self-care is more of a struggle for women than it is for men, and the role that boundaries play in the practice of self-care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practicing Self-CareMore About Angela Paul

Angela is the Chief Operating Officer of Math Plus Educational Services and has tutored and taught math and science for over 30 years. She was educated at MIT and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) where she obtained a master’s degree in chemical engineering. 

She has taught at both the secondary and collegiate levels and as the founder and former director of the Northeast Independent Preparatory Academy, she has been instrumental in helping homeschooled students get into college for almost 20 years. Angela is also a wife and mother of four adult children and the grandmother of four. 

 

 

200+ Self-Care Ideas and Activities for Coping With Life

275 Self-Care Ideas

Self-care is popular these days. It has become a buzz topic for many millennials. But don’t let that fact make you think that self-care is synonymous with some sort of self-indulgence, or that is it is another example of the laziness of youth or even aspirations for some unachievable state of bliss and nirvana. Self-care is not indulgent. Self-care is real, and it matters—more than you might think.

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Subscribe and Download 

To subscribe to The Working Woman Radio Show, visit www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.comSimply fill in your name and email address on the right side of the page, and click submit. You can also subscribe to the show through your favorite podcast streaming service.

To download episodes of the show, click the ‘download’ button on the link below the soundbar.

Also, please visit the WWRS Facebook page and become a friend. Share your comments and questions because we want to hear from you.

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Become a WWRS Sponsor

The Working Woman Radio Show is looking for sponsors for the podcast program. Advertising your business on ‘The Working Woman Radio Show’ is a great way to build your brand. In addition, it’s also a good way to support meaningful programming. We have several different sponsorship packages available that can meet almost any advertising budget. If you would like more information, go to www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.com.   Click on the link for sponsorship, download the information, and give us a call.

Wednesday Wisdom

Wednesday WisdomEpisode 66–Wednesday Wisdom

 

‘The Working Woman Radio Show’ recently kicked off a new feature of the podcast called ‘Wednesday Wisdom’.

It’s a time when I ask my listeners to give me their feedback about a particular question, and then I read and share the wisdom that they gave me on the show.  

But this December’s ‘Wednesday Wisdom’ will be a little different. The question’ for this month is ‘What are some life lessons that can be learned from 2020?’ and since this is the last show of the calendar year, I decided to share some of the personal wisdom I gleaned from my own observations and experiences, over the past year.

I want to share with you 12 life lessons that I have learned from this past year.

So let’s get started.

 

 

 

 

Helpful Resources

 

Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life

Often, Christians focus so much on being loving and unselfish that they forget their own limits and limitations. When confronted with their lack of boundaries, they ask:

– Can I set limits and still be a loving person?
– What are legitimate boundaries?
– What if someone is upset or hurt by my boundaries?
– How do I answer someone who wants my time, love, energy, or money?
– Aren’t boundaries selfish?
– Why do I feel guilty or afraid when I consider setting boundaries?

Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer biblically-based answers to these and other tough questions, showing us how to set healthy boundaries with our parents, spouses, children, friends, co-workers, and even ourselves.

 

 

 

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

One of the most inspiring and impactful books ever written, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has captivated readers for nearly three decades. It has transformed the lives of presidents and CEOs, educators, and parents—millions of people of all ages and occupations.

Now, this 30th-anniversary edition of the timeless classic commemorates the wisdom of the 7 Habits with modern additions from Sean Covey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Subscribe and Download 

To subscribe to The Working Woman Radio Show, visit www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.comSimply fill in your name and email address on the right side of the page, and click submit. You can also subscribe to the show through your favorite podcast streaming service.

To download episodes of the show, click the ‘download’ button the link below the soundbar.

Also, please visit the WWRS Facebook page and become a friend. Share your comments and questions because we want to hear from you.

 

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Become a WWRS Sponsor

The Working Woman Radio Show is looking for sponsors for the podcast program. Advertising your business on ‘The Working Woman Radio Show’ is a great way to build your brand. In addition, it’s also a good way to support meaningful programming. We have several different sponsorship packages available that can meet most any advertising budget. If you would like more information, go to www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.com.   Click on the link for sponsorship, download the information, and give us a call.

 

Create More Margin

Episode 58–Create More Margin

 

Are you looking for ways to create more margin in your life?

The Working Woman Radio Show invited Angela Paul, a wife and mother, teacher, and business owner back to the studio to talk about how to create margin in your schedule, with your finances, and in your relationships.

Mrs. Paul talks about why it’s important not to fill up every moment.

She shares some practical things that we can do to create manage our daily/weekly schedules.

Angela also explains the role boundaries play in creating margins in our relationships. Finally, she shares how living proactively instead of reactively can help to create more margin in our lives.

 

 

 

 

 

More About Angela Paul

Angela is the Chief Operating Officer of Math Plus Educational Services and has tutored and taught math and science for over 30 years. She was educated at MIT and Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) where she obtained a master’s degree in chemical engineering. 

She has taught at both the secondary and collegiate levels and as the founder and former director of the Northeast Independent Preparatory Academy, she has been instrumental in helping homeschooled students get into college for almost 20 years. Angela is also a wife and mother of four adult children and the grandmother of four.

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Subscribe and Download 

To subscribe to The Working Woman Radio Show, visit www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.comSimply fill in your name and email address on the right side of the page, and click submit. You can also subscribe to the show through your favorite podcast streaming service.

To download episodes of the show, click the ‘download’ button the link below the soundbar.

Also, please visit the WWRS Facebook page and become a friend. Share your comments and questions because we want to hear from you.

 

 

 

The Military Working Woman

Become a WWRS Sponsor

The Working Woman Radio Show is looking for sponsors for the podcast program. Advertising your business on ‘The Working Woman Radio Show’ is a great way to build your brand. In addition, it’s also a good way to support meaningful programming. We have several different sponsorship packages available that can meet most advertising budgets. If you would like more information, go to www.theworkingwomanradiopodcast.com.   Click on the link for sponsorship, download the information, and give us a call.

 

Audio Player

00:00