Know Your Life Season

Know Your Life SeasonEpisode 62–Know Your Life Season

 

As working women, it is vitally important to know your life season because your work and the assignments that you are called to do will look very different, depending on the season of life.

The Working Woman Radio Show invited Emily Tellez, a wife and mother of four, and a ministry leader, back to the studio to talk about this issue.

Emily shares about the season of life she is in, as a full-time wife and mother, and talks about how she navigates it.

She also reflects on the high school and college years and offers advice to teens and to the twenty-somethings about steps that could be taken during this season of life.

Finally, she shares some candid thoughts about what she has seen and learned as she watches her mother navigate her senior years.

 

 

 

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More About Emily Tellez

Emily Tellez grew up in Bogota, Colombia. She, and her husband, Carlos, have been married for 19 years and together they have four children. 

Emily has served in a variety of ministries over the years, including youth and college ministry, children’s ministry, English as a Second Language for adults, curriculum development and teaching, and is currently the interim children’s ministry coordinator for their church. She has her BA in Counseling and her MA in Ministry Studies. 

 

 

 

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The Cauthen-Zimmerman Family6 Lessons From a Retired Homeschool Mom

If someone would have told me, 27 years ago, that I would be homeschooling my children for more than two and a half decades, I would have told them that they were crazy. After all, my original plan was just to make sure that they had a good foundation in reading, writing, and arithmetic, and then I was going to put them in traditional school.

Well, one year lead to another, and four kids, and 4,860 days later (that’s 27 years times 180 compulsory school days),… I have officially retired as a home educator. To read the article in its entirety, click here.

 

Seasons of a Woman’s Life Bible Study

Sign-up at LoisEvans.org/seasons to receive a notification when the Seasons of a Woman’s Life Video Bible Study is released.

Each session is led by Chrystal Evans Hurst and Priscilla Shirer. They will include scriptures, insights, and principles from the book, Seasons of a Woman’s Life, by Dr. Lois Evans.

 

 

 

 

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The New Working Woman

Episode 21–The New Working Woman: Landing Your First Job After College

Special guest, Jessica Harden, shares about being a new working woman. In our interview, she gives tips on how to land your first job after college.

Additionally, we discuss the benefits of internships, how to write a strong resume, and what to do to prepare for an interview.

Finally, Jessica shares about the roles that mentors play in helping the college students and how networking and social media play in securing your first position.

 

 

 

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How To Land Your First Job After College

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Securing that first job after college can be a daunting prospect for many seniors and recent graduates. However, you can take charge of the process by following a few simple tips and strategies to land a job that will help get your career off to a positive start.

To read the rest of the article, click here.

 

More About Jessica Harden

The New Working Woman Jessica Harden

Jessica Harden is a graduate of Georgia State University’s early childhood education program. Since graduation, she has been a 4th grade teacher for 3 years now in Tucker, GA. Her career passion revolves around serving the English Language learner community through equitable and just educational services.

Jessica is a former homeschool student who loves to spend her free time traveling to places around the globe.

 

 

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Side Gigs for the College Girl

Side Gigs for the College Girl

Episode 14–Side Gigs for the College Girl

This week’s WWRS episode, ‘Side Gigs for the College Girl’, features Adrianna Cauthen, a college student and entrepreneur. She talks about flexible jobs for the college girl (and guys, too) can do to earn money.

As a full-time student, Adrianna knows the challenges of balancing the demands of school and a job to earn extra money. 

Adrianna discusses what things a student needs to consider when choosing a side gig. She shares information on how to monetize a hobby. She also talks about the advantages of a being a part-time entrepreneur. Finally, she gives ideas on how to find a traditional part-time job that fits your schedule.

More about Adrianna Cauthen

Adrianna is the youngest of Andrew and Deanna Cauthen’s four children. She is a 12-year classically trained pianist. As an accomplished pianist, she has performed numerous times and won several music awards. She also owns and operates The Cauthen Piano Studio in Decatur, Georgia and has been teaching private and group piano lessons, for the past three years. 

Adrianna also loves to bake, upcycle clothing to create new fashions, spend time with her dog, Carolina, shop for clothes, and recently started a YouTube channel called “Fashion Hacks’ that shows viewers how to upcycle clothes to make new outfits.

Adrianna attends Clayton State University in Atlanta, Georgia, where she has been accepted into the Honors program, and is pursuing a degree in piano performance. 

 

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Fashion Hacks by Adrianna

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