Mom Matters addresses important and practical parenting issues parenting that are often left out of typical parenting magazines and network TV shows. With intellect and humor, Mom Matters entertains while it educates moms on how to be more productive and satisfied parents.

In 10 easy-to-watch, anytime minutes, experts are interviewed on a variety of topics relating to: school/daycare, nutrition, social behavior, health, safety, and personal well-being
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Friday, May 11, 2007

Webisode 5: Mom-Cents: taking control of your financial future

Sure you can manage a checkbook, but do you know the difference between a home equity loan from a line of credit? A 529 from a 401K? A bond from a bond fund? Most women unfortunately don’t.

Women, especially moms, often delegate (or at least assume) that their husbands or other family members will take care of the family finances. Who could ever imagine that one day, you might be divorced, widowed or otherwise in charge of the money?

Angela Rizzolo, from the US Department of Labor and the newly launched Wi$eUp program, will talk about the causes and the cure for women to take control of their own financial futures.

Sponsored by: Ask Patty - Automotive Advice for Women

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Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Webisode 4: Working Out - Is It?

For everyone, it is often hard to get motivated and schedule time to get to the gym. When you finally get there, you might as well try to get the best possible workout you can!

Certified aerobic instructor, Denise Battick, will uncover some important ways you can boost your workouts to maximize results without adding more time or hassle. She’ll even give you more reasons to get to the gym by uncovering some benefits that you probably never thought of! With over 20 years as a fitness expert, Denise is a working mother with two boys ages 4 and 8 so she really knows the challenges of making it all work – work out, that is!!

Sponsored by: Ask Patty - Automotive Advice for Women

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