For many people, growing your career and growing your family often feel at odds. But do they really have to be? Hear from two proud working parents on how employers can create a culture of flexibility and how moms and dads can make the impossible, possible.
Culture Happens · 40 minutes · 3 years ago
Is The Term ‘Working Parent’ an Oxymoron?
Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE
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Have you been looking for a kind, warm, non-judgmental parenting community? Come join MegAnne each week while she shares stories, tools, and tips from her near 20 years of helping parents enjoy raising strong willed children! As the creator of The C.L.E.A.R. Method of parenting,...
The Associate Parent
The Associate Parent is a podcast in which Maple discusses parenting and other stuff with her Parents. New episodes will be released whenever The Host, Maple, has time, so probably yearly.
The Parent Page
Congratulations! Your child has been accepted into college! Welcome to The Parent Page Podcast. Everyone who has ever courageously dropped off a child at college knows what it is like standing cluelessly outside the Ivory Tower trying desperately to look in. Two parents living o...
The Honest Parent
We are two millennial's on a journey with two kids, two dogs and never too much fun. Not everything is easy or all smiles, we try to give our honest take on the struggles and the successes of parenting. Thank you for stopping by. Also see weekly publications here: https://alexver...
The Confident Parent
Build your confidence to raise kids that have a thriving relationship with Jesus through practical tips and advice from fellow parents and experts. Hosted by Joshua Humpa, Discover Church Children's Pastor.
Hosts Isaac Butler, Karen Han, and June Thomas interview creative people about how they write, compose, paint, and more.