From December 8, 2014
From Dec 15, 2014 Now posted on the station’s page… December 15 podcast. Listen for Santa at minute 10.
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A guilt free show on life and marriage. Two ladies, two different life paths…one goal. The beautiful truth about life and marriage is that IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SO COMPLICATED. Traci and Mary guide this funny lighthearted show through the old-age “Truths” and help loyal WFASlisteners incorporate them into today’s modern world
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Pretty sure she has it all. Kind -of- sort- of sure life is“perfect”.. Traci literally lives an idyllic life with her husband of 18 years, 2 AMAZING kids and yes, a white picket fence!! All joking aside, Traci admits that its the “real” things in life that speak to her. “I’m turned off by people who pretend to be something they’re not to make others feel less important! I will be the first mom to admit how NOT perfect my kids and marriage are! I am also the mom who gushes about the overwhelming love that exists in our house. Though I am obsessed with cleanliness, I also know that life is messy and I’m trying my best to celebrate that the most.” After a 15 year absence in the radio biz, Traci is excited to be back on the air with WFAS and it’s new show, “It’s not so complicated”.
As a mother of 6 boys in her newly “blended” family, Mary Jane understandably chooses her battles! She jokes about most of her children’s problems “ Let them figure it out.” With all those kids, MJ believes its the only way to allow her children to grow and learn.“I’m raising 6 boys in a house where there is only one woman. It’s incredibly important for me to not only bring these kids up knowing how to DO for themselves but to also contribute back to the world. I can’t have 6 mammas boys and expect to keep my sanity!” MJ owns her own photography company http://www.maryjanephotography.com and has been in the business for 25 years. Starting in the fashion and music world, she now specializes in baby and family portraiture in NYC and Westchester County.