FAFSA Equals Free Money

FAFSA Equals MoneyFAFSA Equals Free Money with Jean Burk

Episode 61

 

Did you know that FAFSA equals free money to students? Now is the time, especially if you are a rising senior –it is crucial to pay attention to apply to you right now! Don’t fall for those places that say they will help you fill this out if you pay – it is totally free. Just listen to podcast 61 and 62 for more information!

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Show Notes: FAFSA Equals Free Money

***Please note – there was an update and change to the FAFSA website – please use the 2016 tax return for this school year Oct. 1 2017- 2018 … check out the fafsa website for details.

 

Free Application for Federal Student Aid – http://www.FAFSA.ed.gov

Did you know that FAFSA is way more than somewhere to apply for student loans? It is for current and prospective college students who are looking at the high cost of college and what their family is expected contribution. Every year you reapply for the FAFSA –

Quick Notes: Every year you must reapply for the FAFSA – even in post-graduate school, You the STUDENT fill it out.

Keep in mind the name FAFSA is FREE Application for Federal student aid. There is a parent section that is color-coded. 80-90% fill out the FAFSA wrong and lose eligibility.

This is need-based, grant-based and offers entitlements. IT lets you calculate how much you should be able to pay for college. This does not affect merit based scholarships. Not being prepared is the biggest mistakes.

It is very hard to fix once submitted. Don’t rush it. Take your time.

You should prepare for it correctly before you fill it out online. Do not just start filling it out. You can download PDF, fill it out, and then when you fill out the actual form you have your information prepared.

Both parents need a FAFSA ID – need to fill it out. Use your student’s ID – not the parents. The parent should only help the children not doing the work for them – other

You can send a FAFSA to ten different schools right off the bat.

Seniors – the first day you can fill it out is October 1 your senior year. Most families wait for months. By that time all the free money is gone!  That is why we are doing this October reminder to gather these things NOW before October.

They changed the entire criteria for income tax – 2015 tax information. Prior/ Prior income tax. You are behind by two years. If there has been a huge decrease you need to let the colleges know. You can transfer the information over the FAFSCA right away.

This does not mean you are poor. Everyone fills it out – the earliest time is October 1.

http://www.FAFSA.ed.gov

It is completely FREE – no charge to apply. Scholarships, grants, financial aid. You need info from income tax. Social security number, W-2 forms, dependents, etc.

*If you do not have a senior a junior or younger. You want to get an idea of where you are – you can set up your ID anytime – FAFSA ID number in search and find it

Common Mistakes:

  1. Too little
    1. Forget to include other students in private schools or colleges – don’t leave out that information!
  2. Too much
    1. It is meant for the student to fill out – most parents include their home equity as part of assets. 99% percent of colleges do NOT require your home equity. You are worth more than you are – you are just a student
  3. Too late
    1. Most people wait too long – after the October 1st You have a few weeks (at the time of this broadcast) – plan ahead

Nonfederal financial – CSS Profile

College board websites – Financial aid profile early acceptance college.

Keep limited funds in your banking or savings account as a student.

You can get a precise EFC Calculator – college board website …gives you an idea of your worth and ability to (Estimated Family Contribution) – this is what we see that your family can contribute.

Secret Formula that Colleges use:

COA – EFC = Need

Cost of Attendance minus Estimated Family Contribution

The most expensive schools have the most money to give.

Need a good SAT score and low income it can yield free college – preparing early and knowing these things make a difference. 400 colleges will meet need.

Ebook – 15 secrets – sign up for Jean’s email at collegeprepgenius.com

Last words from Jean Burk: How much do they give out for need based and how much is for merit based? This is calculated but if you apply early (October 1st) your chances are better. When you are prepared you don’t have to worry about college debt. This gives your kids an advantage. Our children are the leaders of tomorrow. Who are going to be the lawyers, doctors, engineers, and leaders of tomorrow? We want our children in those positions. We can begin with teaching our children honesty and integrity and we don’t blur the lines that are gray. We want our children in leadership positions!


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor!

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor Raddish – a cooking club and curriculum, specially designed FOR KIDS by chefs and educators! Raddish is perfect for homeschooling families! Teach thematic cooking lessons that incorporate math, science, nutrition, geography, and culture. With Raddish, the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn! Use coupon code PODCAST at checkout for $15 off a 6 or 12 month membership. Visit RaddishKids.com/Homeschool to learn more and to download a free lesson.
Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

PSAT Crash Course

PSAT Crash Course List

PSAT Crash Course with Jean Burk

Episode #60

Are you ready for a PSAT crash course? Are you a junior? Now is the time to get ready to take the PSAT – it is given in the middle of October. In many places, you need to sign up in person (call school first). It can be the school in which your child would attend if in high school. Check your local school board. If your student is a 9th-10th grader or younger you have plenty of time to prepare.

Sign up for the test at the start of the school year.

The SAT test is given in October the first week

The PSAT is given in the middle of October

A younger student has time on your side and in this way you can work on weaknesses and build the framework for a success

  • Check the dates on the collegeboard.org site

Show Notes: PSAT Crash Course

General Overview of the Test:

  1. Reading – details given in the podcast
  2. Writing section- details given in the podcast
  3. Math – details given in the podcast
  4. Math – details given in the podcast

Number One Strategy:

Questions are not in order of difficulty – they are all worth the same amount of points. Look it a question – 10-15 seconds – can I answer this quickly – if you can answer it and move on. If you cannot answer it don’t waste your time on it – put a star and move on. Then come back to these questions … the subconscious works on the problems in your head. You may be able to answer the questions that take more thought.

College Prep Tests For free

  1. http://collegeprepgenius.com/ossgsat
  2. free PSAT tests online — http://ww.Collegeprepgenius.com/ossgpsat

Rising Junior is the year to really take the tests –

  1. Take the SAT in November and December as well.
  2. Most colleges will super score – you can combine your scores from different tests you’ve taken.
  3. This saves you from studying all over again and practicing.
  4. This allows you to not take the tests as a senior unless you want to.

Important: Box 22 on the test – it indicates you are a homeschooler. It will send the test booklet back to your home instead of to the school. This is important otherwise it will not come back to you. Something that is new this year. You get your scores back in Nov. and the booklet in December.

It is a great resource and gives you an extra practice. You can make a copy and use it again as a test.

It is an amazing test for Juniors – if you don’t get the desired top score, you can still get amazing full rides on your SAT.

http://www.collegeprepgenius.com/PredictedPSATscores (gives you the score you need for your state) The scores are based on how many students are taking the test and how well the are doing.

http://www.collegeprepgenius.com /PSATscores – official booklet – percentiles mean according to the scores

Schools that seek national merit scholars

http://www.collegeprepgenius.com /NationalMeritSchools – minimum number of students that the school will take.

Other options for younger students:

PSAT 8/9 for practice

PSAT 10 for practice

 **Alternative Secret for Taking SAT

Contact National Merit association let them know why – you will be given alternative locations –convert the SAT to the PSAT. You must call them! They will give you a specific number to use.

At this time, they will do the conversion:

November, December, March or June test = they will take the highest score

Upcoming FPEA.com college fair (November 2017) – a mock SAT that will be administered by Jean – and it will be scored.

 


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor!

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor Raddish – a cooking club and curriculum, specially designed FOR KIDS by chefs and educators! Raddish is perfect for homeschooling families! Teach thematic cooking lessons that incorporate math, science, nutrition, geography, and culture. With Raddish, the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn! Use coupon code PODCAST at checkout for $15 off a 6 or 12 month membership. Visit RaddishKids.com/Homeschool to learn more and to download a free lesson.
Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

Cooking With Kids

cooking with kidsCooking With Kids with Felice Gerwitz

Podcast # 224

Do you realize all the reading, math, science and advanced thinking skills are involved when cooking with kids? In this podcast, Felice discusses the long history of cooking in her family long before “farm to table” was fashionable. With a large family, cooking is something we do often – so why not include your children in the process?

Thanks to our sponsor, Raddish Kids! 

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Kids like to eat what they cook. Allowing them to serve their own food helps them in their food choices. Set a good example by eating a variety of foods or having foods available for them to eat. Especially finger foods and cut up fruit.

Age-appropriate tasks and expect a mess!

Show Notes: Cooking With Kids

  • Children Helping in the kitchen:
  • Setting the table
  • Washing dishes / putting dishes in the dishwasher
  • Cooking with mom
    • Select food choices
    • Exempt for cleanup
    • Help plan the menu

Homeschoolers Cooking with Kids -Make cooking part of school:

  • Hands-on experience for the little kids
  • Cleanliness – teach children to be neat in the kitchen
  • Kitchen safety.
  • Writing out the recipes – the children can use it for copy work.
  • Reading and following directions.
  • Math skills – temperature to cook, measuring, calculating, fractions, dividing recipes or increasing them (two or three times), depending on family size.
  • Agriculture – learning about how things are grown
  • Geography: Source – where do foods come from?
  • Good nutrition – how food works to make us strong.
  • Cooking skills – learn various techniques.
  • Shopping for foods – putting together a grocery list.
  • Different cuisines – Asian, Spanish, Italian, Mexican, Thai etc.

Here are some things to ensure better quality time when cooking with kids:

  1. If you are pressed for time, including the kids may not work.
  2. Weekends – the best time for cooking
  3. Age appropriate skills
  4. Safety consideration – sharp knives, hot stove, etc.
  5. Simpler dishes and meals again – again, Raddish kids offered things like chocolate pudding, sloppy joes, and tater tots and salad making. Very high on kids lists of favorite foods – and if you use organic ingredients.

Muffins, or assembling a pizza – you can use mini-bagels, or gluten free flatbreads or English muffin.

More thoughts –

  1. Prep ahead. Sometimes the messier activities are better done in advance, like measuring out flour or sugar and having it ready in containers for the little ones to just pour, older kids can do this on their own.
  2. Washing berries like blueberries – unless they are fresh (frozen makes a mess)
  3. Keep paper towels handy.
  4. Doing some prep work in advance, such as rinsing the berries for muffins etc. in advance does help – again with age appropriateness.

Cooking with kids – kid-friendly ideas

  1. Set the stage for healthy eating – encourage kids to help
  2. Teach kitchen cleanliness. Wash hands first, use clean surfaces.
  3. Use stool to stand on or a separate lower table so they can reach
  4. use charts with the recipes
  5. Raddish Kids – great illustrated cards
  6. Use kid friendly utensils – blunt knives so they can help
  7. Be creative. Use skewers for bite size pieces.
  8. Serve real food – nothing processed
    • As close to raw as possible
    • Organics or locally grown
    • Should recognize what you are eating
  9. Kid favorites:
    1. Kabobs
    2. Smoothies
    3. Fruits
    4. Cheese
    5. Meats
  10. Resources –
    1. Cooking with kids – https://cookingwithkids.org/
    2. Jamie Oliver – Cooking with Kids Video Series – right here

Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor!

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor Raddish – a cooking club and curriculum, specially designed FOR KIDS by chefs and educators! Raddish is perfect for homeschooling families! Teach thematic cooking lessons that incorporate math, science, nutrition, geography, and culture. With Raddish, the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn! Use coupon code PODCAST at checkout for $15 off a 6 or 12 month membership. Visit RaddishKids.com/Homeschool to learn more and to download a free lesson.
Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

Kids Cooking

Kids Cooking ~ A look at Raddish Kids

by Felice Gerwitz

*Raddish Kids is an Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network Sponsor

Who doesn’t love to get mail and especially when that mail is a fun box with recipes. When I was first married I belonged to a recipe club and loved getting those packages as well. Some of those recipes became family favorites that I use to this day. How I wish I received recipes as a kid! That’s what Raddish Kids provides. Great recipes that children if children can read they can make on their own!  Learning to cook is a skill that is so valuable no matter what your age.

Learning to cook is a skill that is so valuable no matter what your age. It opens an entire world of good nutrition and healthy living. It can teach children to eat foods they would not try before as well encourage them to participate in planning and selecting a menu. Involving your children has never been easier. Raddish Kids kits provides all the information a parent (or grandparent!) needs to successfully cook with your children.

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Raddish kits come monthly and you can try one,  six or twelve months. In each kit comes a set of recipes, as well as a shopping list. It also has fun items such as a patch, discussion questions and a cooking technique or two. There are table topics to discuss as a family. More fun! One of my favorite items was the spatula that came with the kit. I loved it! (Not sure my kids will get that one.)

Listen to any of the Vintage Homeschool Moms podcast, here, here and here for a coupon offer from Raddish.

Here are some tips to make cooking time fun:

  1. Be sure you have time. Cooking with little ones can be a slow process
  2. Lunch or cooking on weekends – may be the best time for cooking
  3. Age appropriate activities
  4. Safety consideration – sharp knives, hot stove, etc.
  5. Simpler dishes (Raddish kits offer kid-friendly foods)

The benefits of cooking with kids: 

  • Hands-on experience, children learn best by doing
  • Cleanliness – teaching children to wash their hands before cooking
    • Washing utensils, not touch raw chicken etc.
  • Kitchen safety.
    • Using knives safely
    • Safety with stovetops and heat sources
    • Safely removing items from the microwave
  • Use recipes as “copy work,” that the children can use to read
  • Reading and following directions.
  • Math skills
    • Learning about the correct temperature to cook
    • Measuring
    • Calculating
    • Fractions
    • Dividing recipes or adding to increase
  • Agriculture
    • How food is grown
    • Farming techniques
  • Geography
    • Places where food is grown
    • Learning about different cuisines
  • Good nutrition
    • How food works to make your body strong
    • Food that is good for you
    • Food that is not good for you
  • Cooking skills
    • Cutting techniques (and safety!)
    • Whisking
    • Folding
    • Whipping
  • Shopping for foods
    • Creating a grocery list
    • Planning
    • Shopping

Remember, in order to make cooking memorable as well as successful select a time when the children won’t be tired or too hungry! Doing some prep ahead of time is always helpful. Giving a child who can read the recipe to read aloud, giving the little children who can’t help something to play with such as pots and a wooden spoon and having a happy attitude will go a long way. Some of our best times as a family is time spent in the kitchen. All of my children cook and well! And that comes from practice and no fear in trying.

What are your cooking successes?

 

Cooking with kids can provide skills that can be taught across the homeschool curriculum. Including math, copywork, agriculture, and kitchen safety. | kids cooking

 

Healthy Snacks

healthy snacks20 Healthy Snacks For Kids (or anyone!) with Felice Gerwitz

Podcast #223

Snacks are not going away, so it’s time to begin eating healthy snacks. In this episode Felice shares some of her family favorites as well as her passion which is helping her children reach adulthood with a good basis in healthy eating. Eating healthy is fun and there are ways to save money — all in this podcast.

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Show Notes: Healthy Snacks:

  1. Survey your family – what are favorite snacks.
  2. When do your children crave snacks?
  3. What are some areas of compromise?
  4. How can you combat those snacks that “creep” into your home?
  5. Make a list and look at ways to turn those snacks into a healthier version

Healthy Snacks: I’ll be adding recipes on my Cooking with Kids Podcast 

  1. Nuts – organic and raw if possible
  2. Seeds – sunflower seeds, pumpkin, golden flaxseeds
  3. Chia Seed Recipes
  4. Dried fruits – apples, pineapple, bananas, dates, raisins, cranberries
  5. Dried veggies
  6. Oatmeal bars – home made
  7. Granola bars – home made
  8. Dark chocolate covered … nuts, dried fruits
  9. Air-popped corn
  10. Cheese and crackers
  11. Kale chips (make them!)
  12. Chia and cashew butter, or chia and peanut butter -organic
  13. Smoothies
  14. Fruit kabobs
  15. Bowls of fresh fruit
  16. Vanilla yogurt – homemade
  17. Banana and peanut butter (or almond/hazelnut butter)
  18. Beet chips – try them!
  19. Fresh veggies with yogurt or nondairy dip
  20. Protein balls
    1. – homemade – dates, whey protein, nut butter, salt and cocoa
    2. – homemade – dates, whey protein, nut butter, coconut, nuts

Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor!

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor Raddish – a cooking club and curriculum, specially designed FOR KIDS by chefs and educators! Raddish is perfect for homeschooling families! Teach thematic cooking lessons that incorporate math, science, nutrition, geography, and culture. With Raddish, the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn! Use coupon code PODCAST at checkout for $15 off a 6 or 12 month membership. Visit RaddishKids.com/Homeschool to learn more and to download a free lesson.
Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

Kids Eating Healthy

kids eating healthyKids Eating Healthy with Felice Gerwitz

Podcast #222

Are your kid eating healthy? Most kids don’t and many parents believe that eating healthy is one of the hardest parts of parenting. Even those who only serve healthy foods find their kids gravitating to the sweets tables at birthday parties. What is a mom and dad to do? In this podcast, Felice shares what has worked for her family and talks about battles she has lost. (Can you say chips?)

Thanks to our sponsor, Raddish Kids!

Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

Show Notes: Kids Eating Healthy

  1. What do your kids like to eat? Do a survey
  2. Do your children have food allergies?
  3. Does your family like different foods?
  4. Not so fun facts:
    1. A popular fast food chain’s chicken nuggets only contain 50 percent chicken and the other 50 percent includes corn derivatives, sugars, leavening agents and completely synthetic ingredients.
    2. Nonfood ingredients can affect your health
  5. Foods to avoid:
    1. High Fructose corn syrup
    2. GMO – genetically modified ingredients
    3. MSG – monosodium glutamate
    4. Food Additives – preservatives and coloring

Foods In Order Of Ideal Consumption:

Mercola Food Pyramid – Download here

1. Healthful fats & Veggies – healthy fats include coconuts, avocados, olive oil, butter and raw nuts, raw, organic vegetables
2. Protein – grass fed, organic meat and poultry, organic eggs, fish – wild fish, dairy
3. Fruits
4. Grains and sugars – complex carbs, bread, cereal, pasta, potatoes, corn, rice, grain

What types of foods do you like to eat? Do you know what types of foods your children like?

Nutritional Typing

Extra Interesting Articles:

Dirt help promote kids immune systems

Dangers of eating chicken nuggets

 


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor!

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor Raddish – a cooking club and curriculum, specially designed FOR KIDS by chefs and educators! Raddish is perfect for homeschooling families! Teach thematic cooking lessons that incorporate math, science, nutrition, geography, and culture. With Raddish, the kitchen is the tastiest place to learn! Use coupon code PODCAST at checkout for $15 off a 6 or 12 month membership. Visit RaddishKids.com/Homeschool to learn more and to download a free lesson.
Check out this info pack: Raddish One Page

Erin Odom Author

Erin Odom AuthorErin Odom, Author an interview with Felice Gerwitz

Podcast #221

Today Felice Gerwitz interviews Erin Odom, author, and homeschool mom. She shares her family’s personal struggle.  Erin brings a unique message to bring hope to financially frustrated families in her new book.

Erin Odom, author of Just Making It: Hope for the Heart of the Financially Frustrated, published by Zondervan, a division of HarperCollins Christian! She blogs at Thehumbledhomemaker.com Erin blogs about motherhood, homemaking, healthy living and family finances.

Show Notes: More Than Just Making It with Erin Odom, Author

Erin and her family were struggling, even though she and her husband had college degrees and both were earning good salaries, one was a spender and one a saver. They found themselves without jobs and lost their home. Their story is one that resonates with many hit financially during the downturn in the housing market. Jobless and with little children, they turned to God for help and found it at church and with a financial planner. Erin turned to writing and soon created a blog that became successful. Thankfully, she shares her success with all in her new book. Newly published author Erin, Odom!

  1. About Erin and her family.
  2. Homeschooling using the university model
  3. The one thing that impacted Erin to make a change.
  4. About Erin’s blog
  5. Root cause – income problem or a spending problem?
  6. Create income – one chapter in the book delves into this topic…passion, skill set, God given’s gifts.
  7. Contentment and gratitude of each day.

 

 

 

Refreshment For Moms

refreshment for momsRefreshment For Moms with Meredith Curtis and Felice Gerwitz

Refreshment for Moms? Is that possible? If you are you a mom-this show is for you! In this episode, Meredith and Felice discuss their take on refreshments for moms. Each shares several points on how to live a balanced life, to look at each crisis as it comes along and deal with each with prayer and discernment. For any mom, especially homeschool moms these daily events can take your breath away. Veteran moms give great help and advice for you!

Podcast #220

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Meredith Curtis – Refreshment For Moms

  1. Fix your eyes on Jesus –the person of Jesus
  2. Relax and fix our eyes on Jesus
  3. Normal Christian Life – book recommendation
  4. Jesus loves and is with me – He has over come
  5. Realistic expectations
  6. Here in this life we will have trouble
  7. Things don’t work the way we expect
  8. Worship in your homeschool

 

Felice Gerwitz –  Refreshment For Moms

  1. Be quiet before the Lord – A Few Minutes with God Podcast
  2. What is He asking
  3. Are we following His will
  4. Are we swimming with or against the stream?
  5. Like minded friends and families
  6. Learn to say NO – without guilt

 

Authority, Discipline and Respect

authority, discipline and respectAuthority, Discipline, and Respect

Podcast #219

Do you have authority to discipline your children and earn their respect? How can we successfully parent when our kids are not respectful and won’t follow our directions? That is a struggle many families confront no matter what time of the year. In this podcast episode, Felice Gerwitz tackles this problem with experience from a long-time mom and homeschool mom with practical and insightful suggestions.

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Show Notes:  Authority, Discipline, and Respect.

Sadly, many of you may not get along with your own parents, perhaps there are some hurts or unforgiveness of past wrongs. Unfortunately for many, the way they regard their parents is the way they regard God – especially a Father figure. The Bible talks about a loving father – and if your maternal father was not loving there is not much to go on …

Authority:

  1. Authority is the ability or power to give orders, command, control, or rule – it sounds harsh!
  2. Parental authority is the power to give instruction to your children
  3. It allows us to in essence shape and form their behavior
  4. Basically – authority gives us the “right” by sheer power of birth to parent our children.

Discipline

  1. This is the enforcement of our parental rights of authority
  2. Setting up the rules
  3. Teaching our children to obey the rules
  4. Teaching our children self-restraint and self-control (model this and it will work beautifully)
  5. Allows for punishment and correction (pray for solution – it works!)

Respect

  1. Esteem regarding another person
  2. We admire or look up to them
  3. We respect them – honor them

How do we earn our children’s respect? How do we discipline with the authority of God in a way that is successful? After this quick commercial break…

Younger:

  1. Be consistent
  2. Be firm – do not back down
  3. Do not expect your child to parent others
  4. Take parenting books and suggestions with a grain of salt. What works for one child does not work for all
  5. Around 2 – explain rules. You will wear a seat belt in the car, you will hold my hand when we get out of the car. You will sit in the cart when we get into the store.
  6. Use a wall chart when practicing new rules
  7. Play act – practice – them coming

Middle:

  1. Discipline wrong behavior – “bad” isn’t a good term – I’m not trying to be politically correct here, but telling a kid they are bad doesn’t tell them what they did wrong. Explain.
  2. Punishment fits the crime (chips)
  3. CONSISTENCY
  4. Clever solutions – pray
  5. Practice – if needed

Older:

  1. Creative solutions – taking away electronic devices, privileges
  2. Be careful of intent. Knowing your child’s reason for disobedience here is the key to future issues – why is there a disruption in trust or authority? What has been done to break that bond of trust?
  3. Puppy analysis – especially for homeschool kids. Who are your kids bonding with? Friends? Kids at church? On the sports field?
  4. Listen – important – spend time in discussing and talking to your children. Listen to what is on their hearts
  5. Night time – unlocking the key to their hearts

Scripture verses:

Psalms 103:13 

“He is like a father to us, tender and sympathetic to those who reverence him”

Proverbs 3:12

“For whom the Lord loves He reproves, even as a father the son in whom he delights”

Matthew 7:11

“And if you hard-hearted, sinful men know how to give good gifts to your children, won’t your Father in heaven even more certainly give good gifts to those who ask him for them?”

 

Wellness Products 4 Life

wellness products 4 lifeWellness Products 4 Life with Felice Gerwitz and interview with special guest, Nate Kievman

Episode #218

I dislike taking any medication. Until I was introduced to wellness products from 4 Life. I feel great, energetic, and my health has never been better. In this episode we discuss protein shakes that are great for before and after exercise. If you are interested in taking your exercise up a few notches these products may be something you want to add to your regime.

For more information about 4Life.com products visit here

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Show Notes: Wellness Products For Life

Recently I learned one of my homeschool friend’s father was ill and her brother, a board certified doctor had recommended the 4Life products for her father’s health. What an additional confirmation that the products are helpful and that even a doctor recommends them!

  1. Wellness aspect – we can’t eat everything we need for good nutrition. However a healthy diet is important.
  2. My journey to wellness has been a few years in the process.
  3. Protein powders and exercise.
  4. Favorite protein shakes. Shakes for breakfast.
  5. Family wellness – focus.
  6. Exercise, eating right and adding the right supplements.
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