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Raise Free Range Kids with Lenore Skenazy

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting, we talk with Lenore Skenazy.  Lenore  is a syndicated columnist, author, and very funny public speaker, available for keynote addresses as well as lively, hands-on parenting seminars at universities, colloquiums, schools and community centers.  She has spoken to audiences here and abroad and appeared on Dr. Phil, The View, The Today Show, NPR, Good Morning America, Nightline, ABC World News Tonight, CBS Early Show, CNN, FoxNews,...click to listen.

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Give your Kids Money & Cultivate Values with Ron Lieber

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting we speak with Ron Lieber. Since 2008, Ron Lieber has been the “Your Money” columnist for The New York Times. He is also a Husband and a Dad. Before coming to The Times, he wrote the “Green Thumb” column for The Wall Street Journal’s Money & Investing section and was part of the start-up team at the paper’s Personal Journal section in 2002. He has also been on the staff of Fortune and Fast Company magazines and was… click to listen and learn more.

 

Dawn Lyons of Lines by Lyons

Write Steps 4 Teens with Dawn Lyons

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting, we talk with Dawn Lyons. Dawn is a writer, editor, success consultant and advocate for teenagers, speaker, aspiring author and proud mom to 3 boys. Her love affair with words started when she was in kindergarten!

She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Western Ontario and studied journalism at Hunter College in Toronto. After marrying her soul mate, she created Lines by Lyons and started…click to listen and learn more.

 

Heather Shumaker Its ok not to share

It’s Okay Not to Share with Heather Shumaker

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™& author of Duct Tape Parenting we speak with Heather Shumaker, author of Its Ok Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids about her new book.

Heather Shumaker is a journalist who’s been writing professionally since 1996 for radio, print and online magazines. Her publications include Organic Gardening, Parenting, Pregnancy, Swarthmore College Bulletin, Traverse, Wisconsin Natural Resources and others. She was a radio script writer for Earthwatch Radio, a nationally syndicated program which also aired internationally on Voice of America…click to listen and learn more.

 

Rick Ackerly The Genius in Every Child

Who’s Responsibility is Homework with Rick Ackerly

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting we speak with Rick Ackerly on the topic of Homework. Rick Ackerly is a nationally recognized educator and speaker with 45 years of experience working in and for schools and the author of the recently published book, The Genius in Every Child: Encouraging Character, Curiosity, and Creativity in Children.

With a master’s in education from Harvard University, Rick has devoted his career to building thriving learning communities. He has served as headmaster of four independent schools and has been a consultant and coach to teachers, school leaders and parents for many years…click to listen and learn more.

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Teach by Example – Save, Spend & Give Away with Christine Moriarty of MoneyPeace

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting we talk with Christine Moriarty, CFP, MBA about creating Financial Wellness for yourselves, so you can help your children develop their own healthy relationship with money.

Christine D. Moriarty is a nationally recognized speaker and has worked with thousands of couples to create financial peace of mind…click to listen and learn more.

Michelle Icard- Michelle in the Middle

Michelle in the Middle Interview with Michelle Icard

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & author of Duct Tape Parenting, we talk with Michelle Icard creator of middle school programs that support kids as they navigate the ever changing social landscape of middle school. In 2004, Michelle Icard launched Athena’s Path, a curriculum that helps girls navigate the tricky middle school social scene. Shortly after, she added Hero’s Pursuit for boys, and in 2011 launched her website for parents of middle schoolers..click to listen and learn more.


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Do Nothing! Say Nothing! with Meghan Leahy, Parent Coach

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & Author of Duct Tape Parenting we speak with Meghan Leahy. We found Meghan when she blogged about her Do Nothing Say Nothing week and clearly understood the point of the Duct Tape. Reading her posts we discovered she is also hilarious and down to earth, so we thought it would be a gas to chat with her. We were thrilled when she accepted our invitation to share her experience on a podcast….click to listen and learn more.

Overparenting

The Age of Overparenting by Katherine Ozment

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & Author of Duct Tape Parenting, we talk with Katherine Ozment, contributing editor and parenting blogger for Boston magazine. She’s been writing about the ups, downs, and inbetweens of motherhood for ten years. She lives in Cambridge, MA, with her husband and three kids–ages nine, almost six, and twenty months…click to listen and learn more.

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Mean Moms Rule Author, Denise Schipani Interviews Vicki Hoefle

In this conversation with Vicki Hoefle, founder of Parenting On Track™ & Author of Duct Tape Parenting we speak with Denise Schipani author of Mean Moms Rule. Denise contacted us for an interview to talk about Duct Tape Parenting and Vicki’s tips, strategies, and philosophies around chores. We were thrilled and accepted her invitation to share our experience on a podcast.

Denise has been self-employed as a writer and editor since her Son #2 was born (in the words of Son #1: “Mommy works upstairs!”). Before that, she was a magazine editor, mostly at women’s and parenting magazines and she is a Mean Mom…click to listen and learn more.
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