Camaraderie-style accountability can help us spur one another on to any sort of good work: homemaking, homeschooling, holiness.And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works – Hebrews 10:24Camaraderie-based accountability doesn't have to be official, with rules and agreed-upon terms. If rules float your boat, lay some out; remember, however, that our lives demand flexibility. Hold the rules loosely, as guidelines, not as whips. If rules scare you, you don't need them! This is really just a friendship-maker. Make a regular and routine topic of conversation what you're up to and encourage each other to dig in and do the work with a cheerful heart. It can be very natural and informal.Really, friendship-based, informal accountability is a way to do life together. In this way we keep track of what's going on in each other's lives and we can pray specifically and also encourage meaningfully and practically – perhaps even by lending a hand or an ear. It doesn't have to look or sound spiritual or deep – yet it is. It is sharing the burden, even the mental burden, in an everyday, practical way.The truth is that we care more when someone we care about cares.Care is at the heart of motivation, and care is something we can give one another.That is, when we have a friend who cares about our eating plan, our home routines, or our Bible reading habits, it helps us care more, too. That little extra nudge might be all we need to make it over the momentary emotional (i.e. motivational) blips.Who can you walk alongside with camaraderie and care, and how will you regularly keep open the lines of communication?
These two habits are not the only ones that children need to be happy. However, if you can begin developing these habits when they are toddlers, you'll be on your way to developing happy, kind, orderly children that will contribute to the peace and joy of the home.To get on the waitlist for the reopen of enrollment into my Reimagine Motherhood Coaching group, click HERE>> https://janetquinlan.com/waitlist
Join us as the Mentors continue the conversation on the importance of slowing down as a family. They will use their wisdom and experience to share practical ways to slow down and be present in each moment. Remember to subscribe so you never miss starting your week with uplifting encouragement and real life tools for mums! For more info go to Mumlife.org
Tune in to hear Nikki's fascinating conversation with Tara Williams, Founder and CEO of Dreamland Baby. In 2018, Tara took an idea born of necessity as a sleep-deprived mama and turned it into an empire after an appearance on Shark Tank. Listen as Tara shares her story of how Dreamland Baby was born, and how this mama of four never stopped believing she could make her dreams come true. Visit Dreamland Baby's website and enter code MOMLIFE at checkout to get 15% off sitewide!Support the show
The most valuable prep tip is to nurture your marriage. As the liberal global elite convenes on Davos this month for their annual World Economic Forum meeting to further efforts for a “Great Reset”, we are giving tips on how to help your family thrive during “The Great Transition”. Get the practical marriage tips you need to strengthen your marriage even more so that you can help your family thrive. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM
Getting a deep latch is crucial for your nursing success. Why? A deep latch is more comfy for you (no pain). Plus with a deep latch, your baby will get more milk. Win-win! Check to see if your insurance will cover 6 consults with Bri (for free!)Join Bri's crew so we can stay in touch.*This podcast is not "medical advice". Please consult with your Healthcare Provider about your specific situation.This episode appeared first on the Breezy Babies website. Follow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks.
How does pregnancy change your outlook on food and body? Sari Diskin peels back the curtain on her experience and gives some seriously awesome advice! In this episode, Sari and I talk about: How Sari made the switch from a corporate job to working for herself Sari's own history with disordered eating How Sari went about healing her relationship with food What Sari's relationship with food was like while pregnant Sari's struggle with postpartum depression Sari's main mission as a content creator And so much more goodness! Equilibria CBD - Get 20% off (podcast fam exclusive!) using the code NOFOODRULES20 when you click this link! View full show notes here!
Who doesn't love snacks? Mom Squad member and creator of “Baby on the Brehm” Ashli Brehm is welcomed back to the studio with Dr. Kristin to talk about the yummy, delicious, and all things awesome with snacks. Join us for this fun conversation that takes us down memory lane, featuring the sweets, the salty, and the questionable snacks we once enjoyed. And how these two busy moms make the most out of snack time. Learn more about healthy snacks and family meals at www.kristinsaxena.com!
Do you have a child with BIG emotions and BIG dramatic responses… One who becomes outwardly upset or uncontrollable when things aren't going their way? Or do you have a child who is ultra sensitive to criticism and disappointing people, still feeling things strongly but turning their emotions inward? Stay tuned for this episode! DJ speaks with Clinical Psychologist and Parenting Specialist, Rachel Bailey about how to support a child who is anxious, what you can do when they're melting down and more! Rachel shares some terrific advice on how to help your children (and yourself) work through these BIG emotions and find productive ways to process them.Rachel Bailey is a Parenting Specialist who has been serving families for over a decade. Besides being a mother of two, she also has a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, a certification in Positive Discipline, and has provided services as an ADHD Coach, in-home mentor, and therapist. Through her podcast, programs, and services Rachel teaches parents hands-on tools for raising resilient, confident children and bringing flexibility, peace, and connection to families. TIMESTAMPS• [4:18] Rachel talks about some kids just feeling things strongly… and that is not a bad thing. • [8:44] “The first thing we do is start to understand what's going on because most of us judge the behavior…”• [12:29] “When you see a child who's angry when you see a child who's being bossy, what is happening is they're actually in fight or flight.” • [18:48] Rachel speaks of proactively teaching kids coping skills.Tell us about it and tag us on Facebook or Instagram @littleheartsacademy!For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/Connect with Us!DJ Stutz - DJ Stutz: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQGuest InformationRachel BaileyWebsite: https://rachel-bailey.com/Instagram: https://instagram.com/rachelbaileyparentingFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RachelBaileyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelbaileyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-bailey-67380538/Podcast website: https://rachel-bailey.com/podcast/
It can be hard to slow down and be present in the moment. This week the Mums discuss running too fast as a family and the importance of slowing down. Make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode Monday with Mums and Thursday with the Mentors. For more info go to Mumlife.org
Dan and Kay are the Co-Founders of Centseifinancial.com, a company that builds online programs helping couples and individuals with their personal finances and budgeting. Over 1000 people have gone through their online programs, and they've helped their clients save over 10+ million dollars (that they know of). In this episode, they are giving us tips and advice on how to budget, save and take control of our finances. Free Budgeting Class: https://www.centseifinance.com/free-budgeting-class/ Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Visit https://www.kindredbravely.com & use code: MIRACULOUS20 to save 20% on your purchase! Go to the App Store or Google play to download Best Fiends for free! More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Sugar. It's a huge buzzword in the nutrition AND parenting world... and I think most of us know, too much of anything isn't a good think (it's all about balance!). But added sugar is seemingly everywhere- and it's affecting our kids. So how do we reduce the added sugar, without restricting our kids from the delicious foods they (and we all) love? In today's episode, I'm talking with professor of pediatrics and researcher (and dad!) Dr. Michael Goran and dietitian and mom Dr. Emily Ventura on how to identify sneaky sugar and help our kids reduce sugar consumption in a realistic, non-restrictive way. We talk about: How sugar is affecting our kids (it's not just about weight) How to tell if sugar is affecting OUR kidsHow we can avoid the effects of sugar, while still enjoying delicious food How we can teach kids about added sugar, without creating fearHow to bring balance into it- it's not about taking all sugar away Full show notes including links mentioned:http://www.healthymamakris.com/episode-274Connect with Michael and Emily online:WebsiteInstagramConnect with Kris:WebsiteInstagramCooking ClassesJoin the Healthy Balanced Mamas Facebook Community
Nikole invites her collective family onto this week's episode to discuss the effects of the retrograde plus more enticing topics. Meet "Thee 7" for the first time. This week you're introduced to 5 out of the 7, stay tuned for more!
Free guide to make your own housework system: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/2016/personalized-housecleaning-plan/And our housework needs a framework just as much as anything else we do or use. We need to have an underlying structure that gives shape to our days and support to our sanity.Without a framework, we're sloppy, floppy, and choppy. We do this and that, here and there, and never feel like we're getting anywhere – because we're not.So push pause.Take some time out of the random peppering of chores and give yourself a framework that will make consistency possible.Hang your habits on hooks. Your habits will be more successful and stick sooner if you hang them on hooks already in your day.Think in threes.So make it easier to get started by narrowing down your focus to three things.Move into maintenance mode.Maintenance and “getting ahead” are two entirely different modes. Catching up and getting ahead is extra. Maintenance is daily, without fail, repetition.
I do not believe in the word perfect and really feel like trying to achieve "perfect" is the thief of joy. I've gotten caught up in the perfection trap so I wanted to share some of my examples as well as give you some encouragement and thoughts about how I see perfectionism. Today's episode was recorded while I was walking, which I do every morning outside, so it's a bit different. I feel like when I walk is when I think the most clearly and I really do love being outside.
Isn't it interesting that as moms we can LONG FOR alone time, when in the very same moment we feel LONELY. How is that possible to feel lonely when we are continually surrounded by our little darlings? It's because we long for intimacy, a relationship that challenges us and spurs us to growth through mutual edification. We long for this kind of relationship from our spouse, from our friends, and from God as well. We talk about it today in episode 143 of the Practically Speaking MOM Podcast.This is the fourth and final episode in our Mother's Day Week of short episodes. I end today with one of the mom prayers that I have on my website. It's a graduation prayer. Now you can find all of them HERE on my website www.PracticallySpeakingMOM.com, which is set up as the six rooms of the intentional mom's home.
Join us today as the mentors share their experience in taking their children to church. They cover when to stand firm, when to show grace, and how to cultivate a home environment that encourages children to want to attend church. Remember to subscribe so you never miss starting your week with uplifting encouragement and real life tools for Mums. For more info go to Mumlife.org
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Athena and Mims create a safe space for considering the fears and concerns that go hand in hand with parenting. What are the voices within in those scary unpredictable moments and how do we surface from the darkness with grace? Reach out with Torn Moments or Mends to email@example.com - Listen, Follow, Subscribe and Share the podcast. @tornmlb on IG, Facebook and Twitter. Choose Grace, Torn Tribe! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/torn/message
Through hard times comes healing. For Kim Abbott, her healing was for herself first, and finding healing for others within that. Kim was struggling alone for some time before she had the courage and strange to reach out and say "I'm not okay." With the grace of her husband, she was able to start finding ways to heal. Through the pandemic, Kim found herself at home with two beautiful babies. Feeling a disconnect, that turned out to be postpartum depression. In learning & working through this Kim's path brought her to the healings of Reiki. Now practicing out of her home base, Kim is able to help others in their healings. Kim I want to thank you for being so open with us.Let's get well together!Host: Karla Turnerwww.KarlaTurner.caIG: @theansweriselephant & @karlaturner.wellnessadvocateFB: @The Answer is Elephant Podcast & @Karla Turner.Wellness Advocate Guest: Kimm Abbottwww.risinghearthealing.comIG: @risingheart.healingSponsored By:reFRESH Food & Drink Offering healthy lunches, smoothies, fresh juices, fresh baked pretzels, juice cleanses, kombucha onWalkers General Store Walkers General Store is a retail store for the whole family. We are not all about "western wear".
This is the third episode in our Mother's Day Week series of four short episodes about motherhood. "Come to the Table: Feasting with the Father When You Feel Like a Frazzled Mama" is an event topic that I speak on from time to time at women's retreats or conferences. Some of the material from that is sprinkled into the following episodes: 22 Mom's Marathon Path 24 How a Busy Mom Gets Quality Time with God Daily 27 Mom, Are You Out of Order 29 Mom, What's Your Harriot RoadI end today with one of the mom prayers that I have on my website. Now you can find all of them HERE on my website www.PracticallySpeakingMOM.com, which is set up as the six rooms of the intentional mom's home. The mom prayers are in the room called The Front Porch - Moms Finding Rest in God's Best
Babies, even newborns, can “tell” you when they're ready to eat. You just have to know what to look for… Check to see if your insurance will cover 6 consults with Bri (for free!)Join Bri's crew so we can stay in touch.*This podcast is not "medical advice". Please consult with your Healthcare Provider about your specific situation.This episode appeared first on the Breezy Babies website. Follow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks.
There's a global reset effort happening by the World Economic Forum supported by over 1,000 billion+ revenue companies, celebrities, and many world leaders. By seeing the trends, you can better understand how to equip your kids for the world they will be raising their families in. As the speed of change accelerates, we must pay attention to the ways our kids need to be equipped and implement. A stimulating conversation for parents in all seasons. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM
In this episode, DJ speaks with Elizabeth Andreyeveskiy, fellow podcaster and mom of 4 who has made it her mission to help stressed moms manage their emotions so they can stop being snappy and respond with patience and calm. Listen in as they discuss strategies to avoid your own emotional outbursts and how to purposefully manage your own emotions when interacting with your children so you stay calm and grounded.Elizabeth Andreyeveskiy is a Mom of 3 boys and 1 girl who has been married for 13 years and resides in Twin Cities, MN. Elizabeth became a stress coach for moms after struggling implementing gentle parenting because she was internally feeling burnout, overwhelmed and stressed. Now, through her website, coaching and her Emotionally Healthy Legacy podcast, Elizabeth teaches moms to prioritize their needs and ways to relax the nervous system as well as in the moment emotion regulation strategies to avoid emotional explosions.TIMESTAMPS• [3:11] Elizabeth talks about her own wellness journey that led her to her current mission of helping stressed moms manage their emotions so they can stop being snappy and respond with patience and calm.• [4:46] “ Respectful parenting, positive parenting is 1000 times harder when you are exhausted, overwhelmed, burned out, mentally struggling…”• [7:42] Elizabeth explains the different sections of our brain that help us respond positively with our critical thinking brain vs. when we are exhausted and stressed out, responding with the emotional part of our brain. • [10:18] Elizabeth shares a tip on recognizing when your body is tense or you are overwhelmed or overstimulated… recognizing it so when you start to feel these emotions rise up, that you don't act on them and say or do hurtful things.Do you practice any strategies for your own emotional regulation when interacting with your child(ren)? Tell us about it and tag us on Facebook or Instagram @littleheartsacademy!For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/Connect with Us!DJ Stutz - DJ Stutz: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQGuest InformationElizabeth AndreyeveskiyWebsite: https://www.emotionallyhealthylegacy.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/emotionally_healthy_legacy/
Should church attendance for our children be required? As a Mum this is a crossroad we may find ourself at. Join us this week as the Mums talk about their journey with church attendance and how they approach this topic with their children. Remember to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Monday with the Mums and Thursday with the Mentors. For info go to MUMlife.org
Jessica Elder is a mother of four and clinical social worker who lives in Scottsdale, AZ. She has spent many years professionally supporting children and families through a variety of life transitions. Jessica earned her master's degree in social work from Columbia University and built her career in NYC focusing on child development, play therapy, and supporting families through illness and grief. After the birth of her second child, she reflected on the emotional experience of weaning and felt inspired to write My Milk Will Go, Our Love Will Grow: A Book for Weaning. She now offers a free gentle weaning guide to compliment her book. Jessica loves to educate about the power of connection and communication with children. You can learn ideas for building and maintaining a connection with your child through her social media https://www.instagram.com/jessicaelderauthor Get the book: https://amzn.to/3LRoQxD Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Get started at https://www.chime.com/mamas More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Ana Tajder is an award-winning author, journalist and the host of “Thank You, Mama," where she interviews women from around the world about the most important lessons they have learned from their mothers. In this Mother's Day episode, Ana shares the insight + wisdom gleaned from all of these interviews and shares the things daughters appreciated most about their relationships with their moms, and the things they wished they had gotten from their moms. Ana's story herself includes growing up with a movie star as a mom, considering motherhood at 40, and a rollercoaster first 2 years that led to a heart-breaking conversation with her son.Toward the end, we discuss how to normalize emotion in front of our kids so they don't feel responsible or at fault, as well as specific takeaways for mothers of daughters.HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY! You are the mom your kids need.// CONNECT WITH ANA//Tajder.comThank You, Mama PodcastFREE Survive your Strong-Willed Child MasterclassBe notified of the next one- www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/strong-willed*FREE* CALM BIG EMOTIONS GUIDEwww.parentingwholeheartedly.com/emotionsI believe in you & I'm cheering you on.Come say hi! I'm @parent_wholeheartedly on Insta.Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Write a Review & Share with a friend!Support the show
"Some moments in motherhood are pure bliss. It's the big moments of joy when our child learns to walk or say, "I love you" for the first time. Then there are moments in motherhood that are pure agony or fear or regret or concern..."Listen to episode 140, "Mom's feel the deepest feelings." This is the first of FOUR SHORT EPISODES THIS WEEK, celebrating MOTHERHOOD this Mother's Day Week. I can remember the first time that my first grandson told me he loved me or the time when he was leaving my house from visiting us for a week. That little three-year-old said with his stumbling little words, "I love you, Grandma. I will be back." Oh, my heart melted with joy. Then there are moments in motherhood that are pure agony or fear or regret or concern.We mothers are the humans who feel the deepest of feelings as we have these human extensions of ourselves that walk around independently from our body. And yet, they are very much a part of us forever as they grow. We learn to somehow cope with the fact that this extension of us is also separate from us, their own person, their own soul, their own heart, their own mind.It's in those moments of reality that I in prayer place, this part of me, my child, into the hands of Jesus, asking Him to be with my child, wherever they go:- to see what I can't see, - to hear what I can't hear,- to guide, -to nudge,- to whisper his love to their heart, -to reveal truth to their mind. I end today with one of the mom prayers that I have on my website. It's a graduation prayer. Now you can find all of them HERE on my website www.PracticallySpeakingMOM.com, which is set up as the six rooms of the intentional mom's home.
I figured out the Secret to Thriving in your Homeschool, Mom Life & Business! Or at least found a way to Unlock the parts of you that you've been hoping to show up more! It starts with Balancing your Feminine & Masculine Ways. I'm not talking about sexuality, I'm talking about How you Operate in your life. & when you begin to balance it, you will start to unlock more clarity, creativity, structure... basically whatever you need! -Kawai Let's be Friends! -> https://www.instagram.com/kawai_ahquin Community -> https://bit.ly/HEMsupportgroup Website -> http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com Email -> firstname.lastname@example.org Homeschooling Basics Bootcamp → http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com/hbb.html
This Sunday is Mother's Day- a day dedicated to all of us, Mamas! YES!! Today I want to talk about being a Mom, what it means to me to be a Mom, and what Motherhood means to me. There is a lot rolled into the title of "Mom" -it's a 24 hour, 7 day a week responsibility and we are all here for it-the good and the not so good! Being a Mom is the best, hardest, and most amazing job I have ever had and in my opinion, it's the most important job because we are raising the next generation. How we raise our kiddos and how we Mom will set the stage for our future on this planet. Let's teach, educate, love, lead, and have compassion for one another! We are Team Mom!! Happy Mother's Day to YOU!!
We are thrilled to introduce you to our friend Bre for this topic of homebirth! Breanna has had all 3 of her girls at home and is a Doula now as well. We've been wanted to tackle this topic for a long time and couldn't think of a better guest to have on. While this is the longest episode so far we still feel like we could have spoken about so much more, so if you get a chance to send in your questions we would love to do another Q&A.Bre can be found on Instagram @ArizonaDoula for her doula services.
The spiritual environment of your home is an essential pillar for a bright and cheerful, happy and joy-filled home. Bringing the Catholic faith alive in our homes is what brings peace and joy to all who live there.
Join us today as the mentors continue the conversation on dealing with anxiety in your children. They use their wisdom and experience to give practical ways to help our children find freedom from anxiety. Listen every Thursday as the Mentors dig deeper into the topics discussed every Monday by the Mums. Remember to subscribe so you never miss an episode! For info go to MUMlife.org
Be ready for hospitality with my free tidy house guide: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/ehapSo, we know that our home is for hospitality, but it seems so hard – it's extra, and we have no room for extra. We want to know how to be hospitable, but it doesn't come naturally.The one thing that makes hospitality so difficult is that we are out of practice.It is easy to slip into selfish patterns: doing what needs to be done on our own agendas, taking a break, keeping to ourselves and our own thoughts. Instead, we need to practice the habit of hospitality.The being hospitable includes but is much broader than having people over for dinner. It means inviting people into our lives – even the people that live in our houses.It is not enough to simply share a roof with people. We need to share a life – a full life, a conversational life – with them.
Cindy is a mom of 3 amazing women, runs her own business, and wakes up and works out with our Fitness Inspired signature program, 5 days a week. In this episode, she talks about the first chirp, and so many other lessons she has learned, and is learning about, giving her all to this ONE life that she has. Just listening to this episode - I bet you will absorb some of Cindy's kindness, generosity, and great practices! JOIN US: Join, Cindy, myself and the crew of Signature Program Fitness Inspirers to have your first chirp be healthy, fun, and the accountability you need to make progress on your fitness goals! SIGNATURE PROGRAM LINK: www.livefitnessinspired.com/spinspired.html CONNECT: Book a call! Instagram: @kiersten.gelfand Facebook: Live Fitness Inspired PODCAST WEBPAGE: www.livefitnessinspired.com/podcast
You can do it all. You're not doing enough. Motherhood isn't enough, you need something else. You're doing too much, you need to be more present. We are constantly bombarded with tons of messages about mom life and it's so confusing. Let's tackle some mom life lies and shine a light on God's truth. What does God say about our role as women, as wives, and as moms? What does God's Word say about these motherhood myths? Press play and let's combat lies together and instead embrace God's truth for motherhood! This is Day 3 of this NEW MOTHERHOOD SERIES. Xoxo Stephanie // EMAIL STEPH —> email@example.com + GET ON THE MONTHLY HAPPY MAIL LIST —> bit.ly/monthlyhappymail // Now here are those Bible verses I refer to in today's episode: Galatians 5:16-24, Ephesians 3:20-21, Romans 5:3-5, James 1:2-4, Luke 9:23-25, Matthew 19:26. Then 1 Peter 5:7-11 and 1 Corinthians 13:7 are the two scriptures we are diving more deeply into in this episode.
Training our children in the character quality of honesty in a world that disregards the value of telling the truth. Join us for three important questions to discuss with your children to teach them what God's word says about lying and the consequences they will reap. Let's raise trustworthy honest men and women who will stand for truth in an age against it. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM
Sometimes you take your breastfeeding baby on vacation and other times you travel without them. Whether you're leaving for a trip or a vacation, for work or for pleasure, my guest Megan Roberts will teach you all you need to know. She's traveled for years with work without compromising her lactation goals. Come learn how. Check to see if your insurance will cover 6 consults with Bri (for free!)Join Bri's crew so we can stay in touch.*This podcast is not "medical advice". Please consult with your Healthcare Provider about your specific situation.This episode appeared first on the Breezy Babies website. Follow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks.
In this episode, DJ speaks with Laurel Makowem, a certified financial education instructor, about money… our beliefs around it, the words we speak aloud when in its presence and how all that shapes our children's beliefs and actions around the currency that makes the world go round. Tune in to hear them discuss several thought provoking questions to ask yourself about your money beliefs and tips to move past your financial literacy shortcomings to teach your child to be financially independent and responsible adults.Laurel Makowem is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and founder of Mothers Teaching Money, a business and movement helping mothers raise financially confident, responsible and independent adults, regardless of their own financial knowledge or situation. Her mission is to normalize financial conversations and demystify financial literacy through the Millionaire Mindset Money System, a comprehensive holistic financial education system. She provides fun online courses, workshops and products for children 5+ and has specially designed products to financially empower teen girlsTIMESTAMPS• [5:39] Lauren discusses how our views and what we speak about money is what our children are picking up on.• [8:09] “It doesn't really matter how many skills we learn about money. If our mindset is not abundant, we're not going to do abandon things with the money.” • [12:25] Laurel talks about abundance in money, love and success and thinking abundantly… trusting there will be more than enough… and setting your child up that framework to think abundantly. • [16:41]”If your little child is hearing you say, I'm so bad with money, that's where they get a belief, rather say, mom's learning to be really good with money.” What do you think your actions or beliefs are teaching your child(ren) about money? Tell us about it and tag us on Facebook or Instagram @littleheartsacademy!For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/Connect with Us!DJ Stutz DJ Stutz: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQGuest InformationLaurel MakowemWebsite: https://mothersteachingmoney.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mothersteachingmoney/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1638874506166240LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurelmakowem/
We live in a world where anxiety is on the rise and it can often affect our children. This week the Mums share their experience with anxiety in their children and ways they have found to help bring freedom from this attack from the enemy. Remember to subscribe so you never miss an episode! For info go to MUMlife.org
Being a mom was Megan's dream. At twenty-seven, Megan was told IVF would be her only chance to have a biological baby. This started Megan and her husband on a four-year journey of waiting, hoping and inconceivable heartache. Tragically, after her first round of IVF, Megan did not become pregnant after transferring their only three embryos, and their savings was completely spent. This was the darkest time of her life. She wrote her book, Give Grace, and created a Sisterhood to guide women going through this season of life. Megan's website: https://www.megansmalley.com Megan's book: https://www.megansmalley.com/givegracebook The Infertility Sisterhood: https://the-infertility-sisterhood.mn.co I Love Someone Facing Infertility: https://www.theinfertilitysisterhood.com/i-love-someone-facing-infertility Megan's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megansmalley Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Visit https://www.kindredbravely.com & use code: MIRACULOUS20 to save 20% on your purchase! Get $10 off any order of $50 or more at https://milkbarstore.com/mamas More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Get a tidy house: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/ehap --free guideIt's a truth universally acknowledged that a homeschool mom in possession of a large family must be in want of a housekeeper.That'd be nice, wouldn't it?Some families can actually swing it, but most of us are on our own when it comes to keeping up with both school and home.Of course we can bring the kids on board, and sometimes husbands can lend a hand, but there's still a lot to do.Our homeschool year is over, but this is the perfect time for a home routines audit as well as a homeschool audit – look at what worked and what didn't, and figure out what to do this summer to set ourselves up for a better year next year.
In celebration of 2 million podcast downloads we did a Q&A. There's something for everyone in this one as we candidly answer four of your questions: How to handle criticism? How to evangelize in your neighborhood? Why did you plant a home church versus join an existing one? And, How to help your teens build good friendships. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM
Jenna's extensive experience as an academic and health advocate led to her founding Million Marker in 2019, shortly after completing a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Stanford University's School of Medicine. Throughout her career in academia, Jenna has researched and published numerous studies that largely focused on citizens science, general health, and the impact of food consumption on a person's well-being. In this episode, she shares her expertise on toxins, the environment and the effects on fertility. Million Marker: https://www.millionmarker.com Million Marker Starter Bundles: https://www.millionmarker.com/starter-bundles Study on low fat dairy and fertility: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070228064902.htm Toxic-Free Guide: https://www.millionmarker.com/toxic-free-guide Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Get 15% off your purchase of their Greens & Superfoods blend when you go to https://bloomnu.com/mamas Visit https://www.kindredbravely.com & use discount code MIRACULOUS20 to save 20% on your purchase! More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426