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Dr. Emily Singler is a 2001 graduate of Penn State University and a 2005 graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She has navigated 4 pregnancies while working in veterinary clinical practice and has been a working mom throughout the majority of her tenure as a veterinarian. Her career in veterinary medicine has included experience in shelter medicine, private practice, and as a relief veterinarian. She currently works as a veterinary writer, consultant, and mentor and enjoys writing for both pet owners and veterinary professionals. Her writing interests include public health, preventive medicine, the human-animal bond, and life as a working mom. She is the author of Pregnancy and Postpartum Considerations for the Veterinary Team, which is being published by CRC Press in November 2023. She has spoken both virtually and in person on working in veterinary medicine through pregnancy and beyond, with an emphasis on navigating workplace hazards, workplace protections against discrimination, planning parental leave, and returning to work. Currently, she is working toward becoming a RETAIN certified parental leave coach. Emily is a mom of four kids, 2 dogs, and 1 cat. She enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, and she loves horseback riding and all things llama and alpaca. She is learning to embrace the chaos of having a big family and finds solace in connecting with others and eating chocolate. **If you want to jump straight to the interview, skip ahead to 12:40! After some always enjoyable banter time from Dr. Bugg and Dr. Leicht on everything from ChatGPT to video games, the conversation with Dr. Singler takes off covering: The genesis of Emily's book Why she decided to write a book Researching the risks during pregnancy while working in practice Discussion around leave to handle newborn care responsibilities Considerations for non-birthing parents Announcing a pregnancy in the workplace How potential workplace discrimination arises Navigating the challenges on veterinary teams that arise with pregnancy, parental leave, and child care Emily's Impact Round Thank you to Dr. Emily Singler for joining us on the show and sharing her message and insights on this important topic. To order Dr. Singler's book, you can find it online here: www.emilysinglervmd.com https://www.amazon.com/Pregnancy-Postpartum-Considerations-Veterinary-Team/dp/1032524979 To connect with Dr. Singler, you can find her in the following places: www.emilysinglervmd.com @emilysinglervmd Check out our website at theveterinaryproject.com for more info about the show, our hosts, and all things Veterinary Project, or follow us on Instagram @theveterinaryproject. If you liked the show and want to stay in the know, please subscribe to the podcast on the listening platform of your choosing. Any questions, comments, feedback, or requests for guests can be sent to our Instagram, @theveterinaryproject. Thank you for listening!
Hello Bright Minds, my guest today is Phil Bush, a Credit Control Manager for Euromonitor International in London where he's worked for 17 years. He responsible for managing a department that collects unpaid debt for the business and minimises financial risk to the company. He lives in Brighton with his partner Jo and their 15 month old daughter Sadie. He's a runner who has been very keen to do the London marathon and finally this year got to do it after applying and being unsuccessful for the previous 8 years. He's also a community-minded man who volunteers for the charity Fairshare.We talk about:Why he took a sabbatical not Shared Parental Leave.How he supported his partner's return to work (to a new job).The difference having a supportive partner makes to a woman's return from maternity leave.Coping with hospitalised baby.What a 'supportive' employer looked like for Phil.Volunteering whilst on sabbatical.Feeling strange separating from family to go back to work after intense months together.Finding a new normal as a family.Deciding to have counselling to deal with the shock of an ill child.MORE FOR YOU DM Jessica on instagram @comebackcommuk Join a free expert 'Comeback Conversation' Q&A event Read Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on Guilt and Make a Smooth Return to Work by Jessica Chivers. Watch five coachees talk about working with us Tell your HR team about Comeback Community with this 1 minute explainer film
In this episode, the following topics will be discussed:Being clear on when maternity leave endsTaking care with changes to rolesManaging flexible working requestsThis podcast is supported by WorkNest and by Watershed and by the HR Inner Circle (the UK's leading community for smart, ambitious HR Professionals). If you're an HR Professional, come and join me at www.hrsecretstour.com
This episode, we are joined by Dr Valerie Schutte for a conversation about her forthcoming Royal Studies Journal Cluster, due for publication next month.Valerie Schutte has published widely on royal Tudor women, book dedications, and queenship. She has published two monographs: Mary I and the Art of Book Dedications: Royal Women, Power, and Persuasion (2015) and Princesses Mary and Elizabeth Tudor and the Gift Book Exchange (2021). She has also edited or co-edited seven volumes on Mary I, Shakespeare, and queenship. Her most recent edited collection - Mid-Tudor Queenship and Memory: The Making and Remaking of Lady Jane Grey and Mary I - was published in Palgrave Macmillan's Queenship and Power series in September 2023. Other recent publications include: "Defending the Faith: Johann Slotan and Queen Mary I" in the Journal of the Early Book Society and "Anne of Cleves: Bound for England" in Royal Journeys in Early Modern Europe: Progresses, Palaces and Panache, edited by Anthony Musson and J.P.D. Cooper. Valerie is currently editing two other volumes, one on Tudor monarchs and myths, and the other on Mary I and humanism. She is also writing a cultural biography of Anne of Cleves. Valerie also has a forthcoming essay on 500 years of reprints of Juan Luis Vives's Instruction of a Christian Woman, that will be published this winter in the Journal of the Early Book Society. For more on Dr Schutte's research, follow her on Instagram and at her website. The Winter 2023 RSJ Cluster (in issue 10.2 to be released in December 2023) contains the following articles:The Sexualization Of a “Noble and Vertuous Quene”: Elizabeth of York, 1466-1503: William B. Robison Questioning an Honest Queen: The Scrutiny Around Queen Catherine of Aragon's Virginity: Emma Luisa Cahill Marrón “This Dolorous Chance”: Contemporary Views on Catherine of Aragon's Pregnancy Losses: Caroline Armbruster Visualising Sexuality and Maternity in the Royal Entries of Mary Tudor (1514) and Anne Boleyn (1533): Charlotte Samways Sexuality and Grace, Grazia: What made Anne Boleyn so special?: Tracy Adams Bodies in Competition: Italian Descriptions of Sexuality, Fertility, and Beauty in the King's Great Matter: Samantha PerezDiplomatic Presentations of Queen Mary I's 1555 Pregnancy: Ailish Girling & Valerie Schutte
Join the Palm Wine Central crew in this lively episode as they serve up a banquet of topics. The team explores everything from navigating relationships and wedding planning to debates on gaming and the rising cost of living. Laugh with tales of barbershop woes, grooming practices, and the intricacies of male-female dynamics in group trips. The conversation takes unexpected turns, from bowling disputes to football fandom, offering a delightful blend of humor, insights, and camaraderie. Tune in to "Bites, Bowls, and Banter" for a delicious mix of laughter and thoughtful discussions that leave you craving more. **************************************** Guest: iceyyoutwigguh tammis_son **************************************** Prepare to be entertained, enlightened, and engaged as we embark on this journey through various intriguing topics and personal narratives. Don't miss the fun, thought-provoking discussions and surprising revelations!
The recent ruling in the Van Wyk v Minister of Employment and Labour matter has set the stage for a transformative shift in parental leave entitlements. The case is a landmark judgment that challenges the conventional caregiver norms and will become the focal point for employers. In this podcast, Mbali Nkosi is joined by Nkosinathi Thema, Kate Collier, Deon Visagie and Brett Abraham to provide perspectives on the implications of this ruling from their respective disciplines of Public Interest Law, Occupational Health and Safety Law and Employment Law. The conversation explores behind-the-scenes insights from the team that represented the Van Wyks, the High Court's findings, potential legislative changes, and the steps employers can take in anticipation of this evolving landscape. Guests: Kate Collier, partner Webber Wentzel Employment, Health and Safety, Deon Visagie, partner Webber Wentzel Employment and Employee Benefits, Brett Abraham, partner Webber Wentzel Employment and Employee Benefits, Mbali Nkosi, Senior Associate Webber Wentzel Employment, Health and Safety, and Nkosinathi Thema, Associate Webber Wentzel Dispute Resolution and Public Interest Law
Are you an aspiring maternity photographer? Curious to learn everything that's involved in this unique and multi-faceted photography niche? Then you've come to the right place! Maternity photography is so special in that it requires all the skills of a photographer plus even more care and attention to make your clients feel at ease and look their best.In today's episode, I'm discussing this exact topic with professional maternity photographer, Karli Braaten of Studio Evergreen. Karli knows better than anyone what it takes to make women feel comfortable in their skin, how to direct their poses with confidence, and other strategies for creating stunning images (hint: when it comes to dresses and props, sometimes less is more)! Plus, Karli and I cover common challenges and struggles of every photographer in this rewarding, and sometimes, demanding profession. If maternity photography has ever piqued your interest, then listen in to hear all of Karli's strategies for success!What's in this episode:[04:26] How you can make your clients feel comfortable as a maternity photographer[11:54] Why it's important to direct your clients' poses and strategies to help you do it[17:06] Balancing efficient client management with room to be creative and versatile[24:38] Communicating clear expectations and healthy boundaries with your brand[28:18] Establishing and sticking to a budget as a new or seasoned photographer[38:27] Prioritizing self-care and wellbeing to avoid burnout in a demanding professionTune in to this episode for how you can be successful as a maternity photographer.For full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit our website:https://themilkyway.ca/making-maternity-magic-empowering-women-staying-profitable-and-nurturing-creativity-in-photography-with-karli-braaten/ Want to put an end to awkward moments in your photo sessions and create genuine connection? Download The Storyteller's Toolkit today, featuring 200+ emotive photography prompts, so you're never left wondering what to say.
A round of Second Guessing sees a large amount of juice donated to the City Mission, as Justin and Dim exercise team effort to guess a Blondie track. On Isthmus'n That with Desley Simpson, the Deputy Mayor discusses storm recovery navigators, the Te Ara Tukutuku vision for Wynyard Point being shared with the public and Auckland Council backing the dotterel in bird of the century. Half/Time are in the studio chatting about their new EP, out in the past couple of days, Black Union Jack. Stage Direction is with Laika Rountree and Zoe Meehan, cast members from CHAIRS!, chatting about the show which is on at Basement Theatre from the 14th to the 18th of November. On Ready Steady Learn, Professor Bryder talks about her new book, The Best Country to Give Birth? Midwifery, Homebirth and the Politics of Maternity in Aotearoa New Zealand. Whakarongo mai nei!
Ever felt confused or guilty about your sleep position during pregnancy? Fear not, as I, Florence, an experienced NHS obstetrician, guide you through the maze of advice on this critical topic. Drawing from years of practice, continued learning and the latest research, I shed light on this topic, putting to rest unfounded fears and guilt. Together, we explore the NICE guidelines and dissect multiple research studies that have explored the impact of sleep position on stillbirth and fetal growth. My goal is to provide you with evidence-based knowledge, giving you the confidence and peace of mind you need during this special time.In addition, we dive into a fascinating MRI study that demonstrates how different sleep positions affect fetal oxygen saturation and placental blood flow. The importance of the position you aim to sleep in, not the one you wake up in, is highlighted. Want to know more:https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng201/evidence/w-maternal-sleep-position-during-pregnancy-pdf-331305934396https://www.tommys.org/pregnancy-information/im-pregnant/sleep-side/sleep-side-research-behind-campaignhttps://www.tommys.org/pregnancy-information/im-pregnant/sleep-side/sleep-position-pregnancy-qahttps://physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1113/JP284269As I continue my quest to make obstetric care more accessible, we discuss ways you can support TheObsPod and help keep this platform free for all. Hear about how you can contribute and get involved, suggesting topics for future episodes. So, join me on this journey, as we bridge the gap between medical professionals and expectant mothers, one podcast episode at a time.Thank you all for listening, My name is Florence Wilcock I am an NHS doctor working as an obstetrician, specialising in the care of both mother and baby during pregnancy and birth. If you have enjoyed my podcast please do continue to subscribe, rate, review and recommend my podcast on your podcast provider.If you have found my ideas helpful whilst expecting your baby or working in maternity care please spread the word & help theobspod reach other parents or staff who may be interested in exploring all things pregnancy and birth. Keeping my podcast running without ads or sponsorship is important to me. I want to keep it free and accessible to all but it costs me a small amount each month to maintain and keep the episodes live, if you wish to contribute anything to support theobspod please head over to my buy me a coffee page https://bmc.link/theobspodV any donation very gratefully received however small. Its easy to explore my back catalogue of episodes here https://padlet.com/WhoseShoes/TheObsPod I have a wide range of topics that may help you make decisions for yourself and your baby during pregnancy as well as some more reflective episodes on life as a doctor. If you want to get in touch to suggest topics, I love to hear your thoughts and ideas. You can find out more about me on Twitter @FWmaternity & @TheObsPod as well as Instagram @TheObsPod and e...
Hello Bright Minds, my guest today is Gemma Hill, a Heart FM radio presenter whose maternity leave was covered by non other than the formidable Anna Whitehouse AKA Mother Pukka but even still she says, maternity leave was still pretty terrifying. We talk about:Not being instantly delighted that you're pregnant3am worries about going on maternity leaveHaving a bl**dy brilliant maternity leave coverMiscarriageHow staying in touch with work can reduce anxiety about going backGemma started on air age 20 on stations around the Midlands and the North, before hanging up her headphones to pursue what she calls “a real job.” She was a national sales manager for a construction company for 6 years living in London with a stable job, a pension, maternity pay, but binned it off to chase the dream again when she was offered a job in Birmingham on the Free radio Breakfast show (for which she did her demo in Pat Sharp's towel cupboard.) After a couple of years she made her move to Heart, where she did the breakfast show across the west midlands for 3 years before moving to Drive. That's where she is today and where she was when she found she was having a (surprise) of a lock down baby. MORE FOR YOU DM Jessica on instagram @comebackcommuk Join a free expert 'Comeback Conversation' Q&A event Read Mothers Work! How to Get a Grip on Guilt and Make a Smooth Return to Work by Jessica Chivers. Watch five coachees talk about working with us Tell your HR team about Comeback Community with this 1 minute explainer film
Joseph and Claire are back together on the Digital Bosses podcast after Claire's maternity leave, and they've got some exciting changes to share with you!In this episode, they're getting real and vulnerable. They dive into Claire's journey through maternity and uncover the untold stories that new moms often keep to themselves.But that's not all! The Digital Bosses Agency has gone through some pivots, and Joseph and Claire are here to guide you on how to recognize the right time to shift directions as entrepreneurs. It's a candid look at change, adaptation, and growth.And there's more! The episode also reveals the fresh, new direction for The Digital Bosses Podcast.If you're in the midst of a career or life transition, or if you've been feeling that your business no longer aligns with your true self, this is the episode for you. Joseph and Claire provide valuable insights and perspectives to help you gain clarity and direction for your next stage. It's all about embracing change and finding your true path.Tune in now to gain a fresh perspective and discover the guidance you've been looking for!Today's episode is sponsored by www.metricool.com this is an incredible social media scheduling tool where metrics meet productivity. It connects all your platforms, including Google Business and your website under one roof. If you are interested there is a free trial for you for 30 days to experience the premium plan just using the code “BOSS”.Follow @josephrubelli & and @thedigitalbossespodcast over on Instagram to join the conversationTune in Biweekly for more engaging conversations and insights from the world of digital entrepreneurship on Digital Bosses.
In a draft report, a government committee has proposed only face-to-face initial specialist consults be eligible for Medicare rebates - a move doctors say would disadvantage rural patients.
I'm so excited to have my dear client, Shawne Arceneaux on the podcast today. Today she's sharing how she used what she learned throughout our work together to book out her practice before she went on maternity leave – her most profitable month was the month she gave birth, even though she was able to take a break (from work at least)! She has so many amazing insights for those first mamas who don't want to sacrifice time with their babies, or money in their biz. Tune in to hear her biggest wins. You too, are so deserving of a profitable business that you LOVE without having to sacrifice the things that matter most to you! Read Shawne's full case study here. Learn more about Sell with Heart Connect with Anna on Instagram: @heartcentered.entrepreneur -- The Heart Centered Entrepreneur Podcast is produced by Heart Centered Podcasting.
Ariane Goldman founded Hatch out of a personal need and set the tone for maternity fashion nationwide. Her business caught the attention of Marquee Brands, where Ariane now oversees an entire maternity collection across multiple product categories. She shares how in-person events and activations helped her build a maternity empire.For more on Hatch Collective and show notes: https://bit.ly/49m8Hg7
Another week of pregnancy has gone by and we are climbing this mountain together! This week, I share some return of first trimester symptoms as well as my upcoming trip to LA. Finally, we are chatting through maternity photos and when I should do them, looks, and all the things. Links you'll want from this episode!Soul CBD code KIMPERRY Tula code KIMPERRY Dime code perry20 Shop kimperryco on LTK Fit Pregnancy Program- It has gotten a complete REVAMP! I am so excited that trimester 1-2 is redone. If you already own this, go check it out! Glow Gang Retreat Have anything you want to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's be friends! Friends don't let friends workout alone Mom Fuel Membership- Join Now for the Summer Challenge! Make it IG official: https://www.instagram.com/kimperryco/ https://www.instagram.com/youreglowingpodcast/ Email List Podcast Website You're Glowing Merch Shop TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kimperryco
Join me as I talk with Gail Wooster, a senior Midwifery Student who recently led a team of Midwives to Uganda to teach and learn from the local Midwives. If you would like to reach Gail. Please e-mail at email@example.com Eden Mission: https://edenmission.org/ https://www.facebook.com/EdenMissionAfrica --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/healingtraumamamas/support
Join Catholic speaker Karen Doyle and our guest, Cynthia Psencik, in this week's episode of the genius Podcast as we delve into the world of fostering spiritual maternity, building authentic connections, and nurturing meaningful relationships with other women. Cynthia, an expert in this area, shares her wisdom and experiences, offering invaluable insights into the importance of mentorship and meaningful connections in the context of faith. Karen and Cynthia discuss their work and highlight the significance of authenticity, openness, and embracing one's unique story in the journey of mentorship. Whether you're seeking a mentor or looking to become one, this episode provides guidance on what qualities to look for and how to cultivate the gifts necessary to make a difference in the lives of others. Don't miss this enriching conversation on the power of spiritual maternity.Find Karen on Instagram HERE:https://www.instagram.com/genius_project_daily/Catholic Women's Exclusive MasterClass HERE:https://www.masterclass.geniusproject.co/god-is-calling-you51116959Find Your Strengths As A Catholic Woman HERE:https://choicez.txfunnel.com/discover-opt-inListen to the podcast version here:https://feeds.captivate.fm/the-genius-podcast/Unpack John Paul II's beautiful teachings on the value and dignity of women with The Feminine Genius Course HERE:https://geniusproject.co/product/the-genius-project/See other books, quote cards, and courses available in The Genius Project Store HERE: https://geniusproject.co/store/
Guest: joins John to consider the significance of the challenges to existing parental leave provisions in South Africa as decided by The High Court judgment, "Van Wyk and Others v the Minister of Employment and Labour and Others".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Allyson Felix has more Olympic medals than any other track and field athlete in U.S. history, including a walk-off Gold medal win in her last Olympic Games. But her greatest triumph may have come off the track, as she fought for the maternal rights of female athletes. Allyson and her brother and agent Wes Felix talk with host Jon Frankel about overcoming a dangerous pregnancy emergency and how she stays in shape now that she's no longer a competitive sprinter.Support the show: https://www.steveharveyfm.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Allyson Felix has more Olympic medals than any other track and field athlete in U.S. history, including a walk-off Gold medal win in her last Olympic Games. But her greatest triumph may have come off the track, as she fought for the maternal rights of female athletes. Allyson and her brother and agent Wes Felix talk with host Jon Frankel about overcoming a dangerous pregnancy emergency and how she stays in shape now that she's no longer a competitive sprinter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Allyson Felix has more Olympic medals than any other track and field athlete in U.S. history, including a walk-off Gold medal win in her last Olympic Games. But her greatest triumph may have come off the track, as she fought for the maternal rights of female athletes. Allyson and her brother and agent Wes Felix talk with host Jon Frankel about overcoming a dangerous pregnancy emergency and how she stays in shape now that she's no longer a competitive sprinter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
April is a Registered Dietitian who works as a coach. We discuss what RD's are trained for, how not all RD's are created equally, and how we don't have to follow the planned route of college to career. April was a physique competitor while in college earning her degree. We discuss body dysmorphia, relationship with food, and red flags to look for in our own life. Listening in will help you understand how comparison can f*ck with us... big time. The conversations we have in our head are important. Follow April on IG: the_addition_dietitian If you are a coach, sign up now for The Real Coaches Summit 2024 in Las Vegas March 11 & 12, organized by yours truly - Aram Grigorian. The speaker lineup is insane, and don't forget macro friendly breakfast, lunch, and dinner is provided, as well as a top shelf open bar happy hour each evening to network and meet the speakers. No VIP - we are all equals at this event! You can find us on Instagram: Aram: @4weeks2thebeach Jim: @jimmynutrition Grab some Serenity Gummies: CuredNutrition.com Code: OSL for 20% OFF Get some t-shirts/tanks/hoodies at: https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/shop If you'd like to reach out to Aram, you can find him at: https://www.4weeks2thebeach.com/work-with-me If you'd like to reach out to Jim, you can find him at: https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/schedule Go get some supplements: www.legionathletics.com, use code: ARAM
• Israel vs Palestine saga. Long story short, are we on the verge of a possible World War?https://x.com/PU28453638/status/1713609961496785284?s=20 https://x.com/Mavepodcast/status/1711529569457750215?s=20 • Three hospitals in Alabama closing maternity wards due to low staffing. Should people be worried? Or should have ppl been looking for alternatives like dulas, birthing centers, home births etc.?https://www.nbcnews.com/health/womens-health/3-hospitals-closing-maternity-labor-delivery-units-alabama-rcna111374 • Carlee Russell who famously faked kidnapping fined $18K and ordered to serve a year in jail? Justified or getting off light?https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/carlee-russell-ordered-to-pay-almost-18000-for-hoax-kidnapping/ar-AA1i7EXQ • California enacts “Ebony Alert” law for missing black women and children. Pandering? Good Thing? Or is segration back baby!!https://news.yahoo.com/california-officially-enacts-ebony-alert-222015882.html • Is streaming the new rapping? With the revalation that hip-hop sales are down 40% and Tee Grizzley reported making $50K a week through game streaming, is streaming the new “get rich” avenue?https://worldstar.com/videos/wshhsF713vWs1908T5S7/facts-or-nonsense-lil-yachty-claims-streamers-like-kai-cent-and-adin-ross-make-more-money-than-90-of-rappersSupport the show
In this episode of The Business of Practice podcast, we talk to new mother and practice owner Dr. Kelly Zeytoonian about Maternity and Family Policies in equine practice.Business of Practice Podcast Hosts, Guests, and Links Episode 72Hosts: Kimberly S. Brown (Editor) and Carly Sisson (Digital Content Manager) of EquiManagement | Email Carly (firstname.lastname@example.org) | Connect with Carly on LinkedInGuest: Dr. Kelly Zeytoonian | LinkedInPodcast Website: The Business of Practice
If you look at Amber's IG profile, you will see that she humbly brags that she has a few more downloads of her show Biceps After Babies Radio (4.5 million and growing), which just barely nudges past our download amount of under 100k. This is why we brought her on. Amber is presenting at The Real Coaches Summit in March 2024! Link below to buy your ticket! Amber has a great story of going from a critical care nurse to full time coach. If you're a mom, you don't want to miss this to learn about the impact her mom had on her view of weight training. She's been through what most working mom's have been through, so can relate to all her clients! She is epitome of pursuing life at her own accord and not staying stagnant. Don't miss! Follow her on IG: @biceps.after.babies If you are a coach, sign up now for The Real Coaches Summit 2024 in Las Vegas March 11 & 12, organized by yours truly - Aram Grigorian. The speaker lineup is insane, and don't forget macro friendly breakfast, lunch, and dinner is provided, as well as a top shelf open bar happy hour each evening to network and meet the speakers. No VIP - we are all equals at this event! You can find us on Instagram: Aram: @4weeks2thebeach Jim: @jimmynutrition Grab some Serenity Gummies: CuredNutrition.com Code: OSL for 20% OFF Get some t-shirts/tanks/hoodies at: https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/shop If you'd like to reach out to Aram, you can find him at: https://www.4weeks2thebeach.com/work-with-me If you'd like to reach out to Jim, you can find him at: https://www.othersidelifestyle.com/schedule Go get some supplements: www.legionathletics.com, use code: ARAM
Meet Nityashri Bhatt Shah, an Industrial & Organizational Psychology Consultant that has long dealt with institutions about organizational change, performance management, talent development, and employee training, motivation and well-being. Nityashri is the founder of Aevitas, which provides corporate maternity/paternity coaching and consulting, and aims help to companies retain talented women post-maternity and strive to create a holistic organizational culture that supports a working woman's journey into parenthood. Her own journey into pregnancy gave her the realization that maternity at work had a tremendous oversight and was in dire need of a cultural shift. To ensure that support and understanding for new mothers is firmly established in an organization's culture, Nityashri was led to design her own specialized thought project to provide companies and new parents the opportunity to be part of a transformational journey. ❤️ Thank you Nityashri for joining us on the podcast! Looking forward to further chats on empowering women! You can follow Nityashri on Instagram @nityashribhatt, or you can connect with her on LinkedIn @nityashribhatt. You can also check out Aevitas on Instagram @aevitasglobal, or on their website aevitasglobal.com.
Valerie Harkins interviews Gina Tomes about how the 24/7 care model of maternity homes can take a toll on staff and volunteers. Through years of experience (including founding the maternity home, Bethlehem House), Gina has learned a few key things … Continue reading →
I have found some maternity clothes gems that I need to Share!! I am so excited to share these with you as I am a maternity clothing girl! Tune in and let me know what you are wearing to show off the bump! I am also updating you on my symptoms and how I am feeling that 2nd trimester, but also some 3rd trimester aches. Then, I just got out of my appointment as I am recording and I give you a baby update! Links you'll want from this episode!Soul CBD code KIMPERRY Soul CBD drops Tula code KIMPERRY Tula Primer Dime code perry20 - Dime Tinted Wonderscreen Go check out the sale for free product! Shop kimperryco on LTK Fit Pregnancy Program- It has gotten a complete REVAMP! I am so excited that trimester one is redone. If you already own this, go check it out! Glow Gang Retreat Bao bei pregancy support belly bands This helps me carry this belly around! https://www.senitaathletics.com/collections/maternity-all Workout wear! https://berkleyclothing.com/pages/featured CODE: KIMP https://shop.join-eby.com/ Bras Galore! CODE: KIMPERRY25 Have anything you want to share? Email me at email@example.com. Let's be friends! Friends don't let friends workout alone Mom Fuel Membership- Join Now for the Summer Challenge! Make it IG official: https://www.instagram.com/kimperryco/ https://www.instagram.com/youreglowingpodcast/ Email List Podcast Website You're Glowing Merch Shop TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kimperryco
Maternity leave winding down? Getting ready to get back to the grind? The idea of going back to work after baby can be incredibly daunting. Today, we are going to get some help from someone who helps women through this transition every single day! Working mom of 2 and founder of @careermeetsmama, Keesha Kline is in the house to help us navigate the ins and outs of this truly challenging transition. We talk childcare, pumping, mom guilt and more.. enjoy!Want more from our guest this week? Keesha Kline @Career.Meets.MamaWebsite: careermeetsmama.comWant more from Sarah?Personal Instagram: @SarahMerrill_HallThe Big Kid Problems humor account @bigkidproblems!Find more at www.BigKidProblems.com Big thank you to our episode sponsor!More labs - Help your body bounce back after a night of drinking with Morning Recovery! Get 20% off with Code BIGKID at morelabs.com/Bigkid
In this episode I speak to Haili and Holly about The Maternity Paternity Teacher Project. The conversation includes information on how to volunteer and support for school leaders, parents and future parents. If you'd like to support the podcast you can subscribe, share with colleagues or even visit www.buymeacoffee.com/fptppod To subscribe to the From Page to Practice newsletter visit: http://eepurl.com/isnVYs and past issues can be viewed https://us21.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=00087e04e78053cbbe16431f6&id=89f24e0f82 For more information and to sign up to participate, visit: https://learninglinguist.co.uk/pagepracticepodcast/
Cats out the bag! If you missed it, go watch my NOVEL of a video on Youtube announcing bebe 2. I walk you through the how, timeline, reaction, feels, navigating postpartum while being prenatal again, compare pregnancy one with round two and so much more! I don't believe I ever made a definitive podcast episode in my first pregnancy about how I planned maternity leave. So, I wanted to be sure and do that this time because it's very much so the same. Being self employed means no paid leave. And being a personal brand means that if you want to take time off from being LIVE as the face of your biz, then A LOT. And I mean A LOT of prep work has to happen before that season. Postpartum with bebe 1 I took 10-ish weeks 80% off of work. No calls, no creation unless I wanted to. But podcasts, emails and content was still being published because I prepped it all ahead of time. I think I had 6-8 weeks of IG fully made, and some rough notes/outline for the rest of maternity leave. Launches took place during that time as well. So I can straight up tell you from my 2023 year map that I launched both Pure PROgramming and Built By Annie in February and March, which was still during my maternity leave. That's kind of my point - it looked like business was running as usual because it was. It was simply all put into place MONTHS in advance. Emails were scheduled by my assistant, she kept Built By Annie going, I'd terminated all 1:1 fitness, and took 12 weeks off of calls with 1:1 business clients, pre-recorded all podcasts through March 2023, and my assistant formatted and scheduled those. All I had to do was look at my schedule for content and be sure that got published on the gram. Stories were my day to day, as usual, aside from launches. In which case I referenced my launch map for what to post on which days leading up to, and during launches. This is no different than a usual launch. Most content is created, and we leave some room for improv. I will say that I used plain text on white space FAR more during maternity leave than face to camera video. Worked just as well as face to camera. Sometimes I actually think it's easier to consume that way. All of this is pretty much my same plan for bebe 2! But I want to take you behind the scenes of HOW I prep for all of this content to live while I settle in to being a mum of two, almost under one! The maternity timeline planning started in August. Bebe is due Dec 27 2023. Maternity leave will be after my scheduled C-Section through the end of March 2024. A BIG NOTE TO REMEMBER is that I work ahead in business. So really, in March, I will have to begin drafting and recording podcasts, writing Youtube scripts, creating IG content etc. Which is all in my year plan google sheet. Working backwards is the name of the game. For example: On Dec 1-7 Paige and I are recording 16 youtube videos that will take me through maternity leave (if you missed my youtube BTS podcast, this also provides two reels per week for me for IG content - huge win). That means I need to draft 16 in depth, linked and formatted scripts. I can do four per week in November, or spread those out in October and Nov (this is more realistic). I make notes for, record and edit one podcast per week. And I'll need to have Jan - March or April ALL DONE in December. Last maternity leave I was literally recording and editing podcasts the week before I gave birth. I don't love this for me but it might be the same scenario this time. The current plan on my month to month map is to have October and November episodes done in September, and December and January episodes done in October. Then November and December can be for Instagram content batching and finishing those February - March or April Podcasts. I will re-evaluate as that timeline gets closer. … Do we see why it was wise to discontinue 1:1 biz? It's high ticket, sure, but 13 hours of calls per month just is not conduciv...
I am kind of all over the place in this one reminding you to eat your veggies for this baby and you mama, come to my glow retreat, even if you are pregnant and can still safely fly and finally the maternity workout clothes struggle and what I have found! Links you'll want from this episode!Soul CBD code KIMPERRY Soul CBD drops Tula code KIMPERRY Tula Primer Dime code perry20 - Dime Tinted Wonderscreen Go check out the sale for free product! Shop kimperryco on LTK P'Tula CODE KIMPERRY Fit Pregnancy Program- It has gotten a complete REVAMP! I am so excited that trimester one is redone. If you already own this, go check it out! Glow Gang Retreat Have anything you want to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's be friends! Friends don't let friends workout alone Mom Fuel Membership- Join Now for the Summer Challenge! Make it IG official: https://www.instagram.com/kimperryco/ https://www.instagram.com/youreglowingpodcast/ Email List Podcast Website You're Glowing Merch Shop TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kimperryco
Have your professional experiences impacted your baby feeding experiences and vice-versa? My guest Courtney Yeager shares her three vastly different breastfeeding experiences, and what she learned about breast health and the importance of support along the way! On this episode Courtney and Lo discuss:The impact of family breastfeeding culture on our own experiencesThe importance of prenatal education about breastfeedingNICU breastfeeding experienceThe importance of in person support for breastfeeding successTo connect with Courtney find her here: www.thebreastgirl.com https://www.instagram.com/thebreastgirl/Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes!To get delicious home cooked meals delivered right to your door in Ma, CT, RI Maine or NH go to the Feast and Fettle Website and use the code MILK for $30 off your first week! Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook!Find Lo's website and social media links here: https://bio.site/lonigroshTo purchase books about breastfeeding, birth, or parenting that I love and help support the show, go here.
Maternity leave as a mompreneur looks a lot different from working in an office. Being a mompreneur means juggling the responsibilities of running a business and raising a family. Taking maternity leave as a mompreneur can be especially challenging. But you need to recover. Remember, you have a dinner plate size wound inside of you. If everyone saw the same wound on your leg, they would demand that you rest. Since the wound is hidden, we forget that it still needs to heal.Show notes and links: https://lifeunboxed.blog/maternity-leave-as-a-mompreneur/Grab your guide today! The Momtrepreneur's Guide to Homeschool Curriculum: https://lifeunboxed.blog/homeschool-curriculum/ Journals and Notebooks for Mom + Homeschool Resources: https://geni.us/JodiethemomRESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:Mommy to be Hospital Bag: https://youtu.be/6Q7Z0AxRNcQMy Story from Corporate Workhorse to Momtrepreneur: https://youtu.be/AEPWNb_gOeUMy Birthing Stories: https://youtu.be/zQpJ8tpf8XAChange How I Worked: https://youtu.be/AEPWNb_gOeUInterview with Andria Singeltary: https://youtu.be/Ru-oWgo816gHow to Handle a Client from Hell: https://youtu.be/iyB6x7hBAs8High Needs Baby: https://youtu.be/rdNSOy3JpGEThe Best Baby Gear Working from Home: https://youtu.be/NfoxB6UN6w8~~~MOM BOSS 2.0 WORKBOOKAre you ready to break free from the 9–5, be your own boss, raise your kids, and enjoy your life? Download your free 20-page workbook and get started on your path to freedom. https://life-unboxed-blog.ck.page/73d633e72dCHECK OUT LIFE UNBOXED MERCHANDISE AND GET SOME GREAT MOM BOSS SWAGhttps://teespring.com/stores/life-unboxed-blogMOMS RUN ON COFFEE. BUY JODIE THE MOM ONE.https://ko-fi.com/lifeunboxedblog To learn more about Life Unboxed blog, visit: https://lifeunboxed.blog/about-the-blog-working-from-home-with-kids/ FOLLOW JODIE:Website: https://lifeunboxed.blog/Business: https://www.jodierperry.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/LifeUnboxedFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LifeunboxedblogInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifeunboxedblog/Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-647543YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@lifeunboxedblogMusic for the intro/outro is Like it Hot by Tenoaxehttp://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=1579Disclaimer: This video and description contain affiliate links. If you purchase using one of these links, I make a small commission at no additional cost to you. This helps me keeps things free for you, and who doesn't love free stuff.Support the show
This week, Christie sits down with Clarice Hassan to discuss mental health within the context of new motherhood. Clarice shares how her own personal experiences of becoming a mother informed her passion to focus her work on maternity mental health. They delve into the challenges of balancing one's aspirations and desires with the demands of this new, life-changing role. They also talk about navigating the differences in parenting values from those of the previous generation and how empowering it can be to learn, unlearn, remake, and discover new personal values along the way.Clarice Hassan (she/her), LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker in California and New York, running both a private practice and a growing group practice, Phronetic Psychotherapy LCSW PC. She identifies as Asian and has focused on maternity and paternity mental health, as well as parenthood transitions, especially in the past few years since becoming a parent herself. Connect with Clarice: https://www.onlinetherapyny.org/ Bridges Mental Health is a stigma-free hub for Asians, Pacific Islanders, and South Asian Americans (APISA) to discuss, navigate, and seek mental health care.Find a Therapist.Join our Clinician Community. Write to us with comments & questions, we'd love to hear from you.@email@example.com/bridgesmhCover photo by Janice ChungTheme music by Will Marshall
Nikki is considering some dramatic lifestyle changes to avoid leaving her 6-month-old baby to return to work.Email questions or comments: firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipate on the radio program: call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Follow on social media:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.
Today we are honored to talk with Faith Cintron about her work in maternity housing. Faith has worked in maternity homes for 12 years and currently runs two homes in the Chicago area. We talked with Faith about how she started in maternity housing, how she supports the moms physically, emotionally, and spiritually, challenges, victories, … Read More Read More
Iran's parliament has approved the Hijab and Chastity Bill, under which women will face up to 10 years in prison if they defy the country's mandatory hijab rules. This comes a year after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini who was detained by Iran's morality police for allegedly violating rules requiring women to cover their hair. Emma Barnett speaks to Samaneh Savadi, an Iranian feminist activist who specialises in international law. A new independent standards body, the Creative Industry Independent Standards Authority, is being set up in the UK so that concerns over behaviour can be raised and investigated confidentially. Emma talks to its CEO, Jen Smith. Sarah-Jane Nichols, former BMX racing world champion, talks to Emma about qualifying for the world championships 36 years after she first retired from the sport. Since the 1980s, the comedian and actor Doon Mackichan has been a TV regular, starring in programmes like Two Doors Down, Smack the Pony and Brass Eye. She has also played plenty of roles on stage. Doon talks to Emma about her recollections of those parts and dissects how today's culture still expects women to adhere to stereotypes, some of which she refuses to act out, as described in her memoir, My Lady Parts. Isata Dumbuya is a midwife who is striving to reduce maternal mortality rates in Sierra Leone, a country where 717 in 100,000 women die in childbirth every year. She has dedicated her career to helping mothers-to-be and joins Emma to talk about the new maternal centre she is setting up. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Rebecca Myatt Studio manager: Steve Greenwood
This week, we took a look at Double Team, starring Jean-Claude van Damme (JCVD as we like to call him) and Dennis Rodman. Chad Smith from The Last Comic Shop Podcast (www.lastcomicshoppodcast.com) joins us once again to talk about Avengers: Endgame during our Marvel segment where Rob increasingly wants to kill himself with each passing week. Let's get into the nitty gritty: Casual car-bombing! Chuck Voltage! Circus skirmish despite civilians! Maternity munitions! Nerve gas nursing homes! Wedding warfare! Mandarin man martial artist gang member! Resting a rugrat in an abandoned arena aisle! Shooting kids! Dennis "Trick Shot" Rodman! Cybermonks! Too many closeups! Laying the pipe on the formerly preggo protagonist's partner? Reverse ROYGBIV! All terrain dump-trucks! Toe-tickling danger jumps! Foot Shank Redemption! Baby mine tiger arena battle scenes! Poop posture, and much, much more on this week's episode of The Worst Movie Ever Made! www.theworstmovieevermade.com
Last week an inquiry began in NSW, with tearful evidence from a woman named Naomi Bowden, who recalled the treatment she received at Wollongong Hospital after the stillbirth of her baby Bella more than a decade ago. In her written submission, she had described how she felt when police took her baby's body from her after being forced to identify her newborn, how the baby had been placed on her chest floppy, white and unresponsive despite what had appeared to be a textbook pregnancy, how weeks later at an appointment, staff questioned her about where her baby was, overworked nurses not having the time to read through her notes. This is the first of thousands of submissions to the inquiry regarding a phenomena known as birth trauma, sometimes referred to as obstetric violence or obstetric rape, where women have had experiences during labour that have left them scarred physically, mentally and emotionally. Today, the Quicky team looks at how this inquiry hopes to change things and how the truth telling will not be easy. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at email@example.com CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Sophie Walker - Host of the Australian Birth Stories Podcast Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Kally Borg Audio Producer: Jacob RoundBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever tried reflexology? It's way more than just a fancy foot massage! In fact, it's been used for thousands of years as a therapeutic practice to support health and wellbeing. I'm a fairly recent convert to the wonders of reflexology and I know it makes a huge difference to me. So to find out more and to understand the research behind it, I've called on the help of expert reflexologist and teacher, Sally Earlam to share her wisdom with us. She has a background in nursing and has been a reflexologist for 24 years. She's also a trained teacher and has previously taught the Reflexology Diploma, but now focuses on teaching advanced courses for qualified reflexologists in Menopause, Maternity and Mindful Reflexology.Sally explains the fascinating history of reflexology and the theory behind it. We discuss the emerging body of research around the health benefits of the practice and how it could make a real difference to hormone balance and your menopause symptoms, as well as more broadly addressing issues such as stress, insomnia and pain management. We also discuss what to expect from a reflexology session; why you shouldn't worry if you're ticklish (yes, really!); and how to find an accredited reflexology practitioner. After chatting to Sally, I booked a session straight away, as I realised that it's been a while since I had one. I always feel amazing afterwards and have a brilliant night's sleep. So how about it? Are you tempted? Why don't you tune in to find out more? I promise you won't regret it!Check out the full Show Notes for this episode on my website www.well-well-well.co.uk/podcast, where you'll find all the relevant links and references for my guest. Learn how to build your own menopause diet to manage your symptoms with my latest book The Happy Menopause: Smart Nutrition to Help You Flourish.
In XYBM 86, I talk with Sunny Borden who is a licensed therapist and professor at CUNY and NYU. We talk about meditation, the importance of water in relation to healing, supporting women through pregnancy, relationships, God and more.Listen to the full episode on all podcast streaming platforms including YouTube. Leave a 5 star review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ if you found value in this episode or a previous episode!BOOK US FOR SPEAKING + BRAND DEALS:————————————Explore our diverse collaboration opportunities as the leading and fastest-growing Black men's mental health platform on social media. Let's create something dope for your brand/company. Take the first step by filling out the form on our website: https://www.expressyourselfblackman.com/speaking-brand-dealsSAFE HAVEN:————————————Safe Haven is a holistic healing platform built for Black men by Black men. In Safe Haven, you will be paired with a Black therapist, so you can finally heal from the things you find it difficult to talk about AND you will receive support from 250+ Black men that are all on their healing journey, so you don't have to heal alone.Join the Safe Haven waitlist: https://www.expressyourselfblackman.com/safe-haven-waitlistSUPPORT THE PLATFORM:————————————Safe Haven: https://www.expressyourselfblackman.com/safe-havenMonthly Donation: https://buy.stripe.com/eVa5o0fhw1q3guYaEEMerchandise: https://shop.expressyourselfblackman.comFOLLOW US:————————————TikTok: @expressyourselfblackman (https://www.tiktok.com/@expressyourselfblackman) Instagram:Host: @expressyourselfblackman (https://www.instagram.com/expressyourselfblackman)Guest: @thepeoplestherapist (https://www.instagram.com/thepeoplestherapist/)YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ExpressYourselfBlackManFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/expressyourselfblackman
What can we learn from the world of sport psychology that could be applied to the maternity journey? What if a top sport psychologist – and mother – was able to effectively bring the two worlds together in ways that would benefit the mother, child and family? That is exactly the focus of today's discussion, as chartered sport & exercise psychologist, associate professor and author of the new book Empowered Birth, Dr. Carla Meijen joins us on the latest episode of the Catalyst 360 podcast. Dr. Meijen and I originally met when we presented our research together at an international sports psychology conference years ago and when I saw her new book hit the presses, I knew you'd want to hear from her. You can order her book or learn more about Dr. Meijen here - https://www.carlameijen.com/my-book-empowered-birthCatalyst 5 weekly tips here Info re earning your health & wellness coaching certification, annual Rocky Mountain Coaching Retreat & Symposium & more via https://www.catalystcoachinginstitute.com/ Best-in-class coaching for Employers, EAPs & wellness providers https://catalystcoaching360.com/ YouTube Coaching Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/CoachingChannel Contact us: Results@CatalystCoaching360.comTwitter: @Catalyst2ThriveWebsite: CatalystCoaching360.com
Sarah Thompson gives specialized care in Maternity Functional Medicine that provides more advanced knowledge and skill in the support and treatment of pregnant women and could be the key to reducing our maternal statistics. Sarah has devoted her career to supporting women through pregnancy with functional medicine. She is the author of Functional Maternity: Using functional medicine and nutrition to improve pregnancy and childbirth outcomes. In this episode, we talk about how functional medicine can affect maternal outcomes AND even future generations! Connect with Sarah: https://www.instagram.com/functional.maternity/ http://www.functionalmaternity.com/#/ Get the Book! http://www.functionalmaternity.com/functional-maternity.html# Connect with Liz https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.Elizabethjoy.co Sponsors jennikayne.com. Our listeners get 15% off your first order when you use code CHAVA moshlife.com/chava for 20% off plus free shipping Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
Jennifer Forristal Is the author of the best selling book, The Umbrella Effect: Your Guide to Raising Strong, Adaptable Kids in a Stressful World. Jen is the founder of The Umbrella Project, a resource used in schools globally to help kids develop stronger social and emotional coping skills. We dive into how to start teaching these skills young and how to equip them for back to school! We also talk about control as parents and how we need to let go! Connect with Dr. Jen https://umbrellaproject.co/ https://www.instagram.com/umbrellapjct/ email@example.com Connect with Liz: https://www.instagram.com/esandoz/?hl=en https://www.elizabethjoy.co Episode 199: The Art of Breech Birth with Dr Stu https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-art-of-breech-birth-with-dr-stu/id1343507855?i=1000547474116 Positioning Baby in the Womb Meditation: https://youtu.be/psT-11mAH1A Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm