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The Boob Group: Judgment-Free Breastfeeding Support
Back to Work: Healthy Food for Working Moms

The Boob Group: Judgment-Free Breastfeeding Support

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 51:35


Life can be hectic as a working mom- juggling your job, family and your sanity! But what about food? Food seems like such a big part of our sanity. Sometimes we eat our emotions away when we are stressed out. So, as breastfeeding and pumping moms, how do we balance what we eat? What are some key ingredients you can quickly add to each meal to give you strength and help with milk supply? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MotherLoad Podcast
Mini Episode: The Hidden Cost of Deprioritizing Your Own Wellbeing

MotherLoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 14:21


We had a rough go with the flu in my household over the Thanksgiving holiday.I tend to pride myself on being well and putting myself first in terms of my own well-being, so not only was I surprised to go down so hard with this bug, it also made me mad at myself.As I say a lot in this show, when I hit rock bottom in my life, it was because I'd been putting myself at the end of my priority list. I was not listening to what I mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually needed. If I am not well, then nothing else in my life works, and my foundation was so bad that everything else fell apart.So today I want to talk about prioritization – specifically, prioritizing your physical well-being – so that when the flu or COVID, or whatever it is, comes around to your home, you can be resilient. Resources & LinksDid this episode resonate with you? Share your takeaways with Lindsay directly at hello@lindsayroselle.com. Learn more about Lindsay's coaching and consulting services at https://www.lindsayroselle.com or follow along on Instagram at @lindsayroselle and @motherload.pod.

Purpose Driven Mom Show
How To Habit Hack Your Health In Less Time, Guilt Free for Working Moms with Emily Nichols

Purpose Driven Mom Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 41:56


Let's talk about habit hacks to get your health together in less time and guilt-free! Sounds too good to be true? Today Cara is talking to guest expert Emily Nichols and we are talking about making this as easy as possible. Redefining self-care to be more than just bubble baths or going to the grocery store without your kids, this episode made Cara realize how important it is to look at her self-care in this SEASON and take a good look at what it is that is needed right now. Giving yourself time to reflect on how far you've come, we're gonna help you walk away with an actionable plan of how you can take care of yourself. As in where you are today, not where you think you should be or what you should be doing. Ready to make some healthy habits that fit your season? The 15 Minute Formula Book by: Cara Harvey https://apurposedrivenmom.com/book FREE GOAL-SETTING SERIES: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/goals A PURPOSE-DRIVEN MOM SHOW NOTES: apurposedrivenmom.com/podcast284

The Motherly Podcast
Girlology's Dr. Melisa Holmes on Talking to Your Kids about Puberty

The Motherly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 36:56


Dr. Melisa Holmes is an OBGYN, an author, and a health educator. She is also the co-founder and CEO of Girlology, which is a platform designed to provide girls and their caregivers with health resources to support them through puberty and adolescence. In this conversation, Dr. Holmes explains how to talk to your kids—both boys, girls, and gender nonconforming children—about reproductive health and sex from early childhood into their teen years so they can navigate puberty with confidence. Dr. Holmes and Girlology are offering a 10 part-class on the Motherly website that you can sign up for now at classes.mother.ly and podcast listeners can get 20% of the class with the discount code Podcast20.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 138

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 30:57


The Holiday Season is here...and the debate continues on just how many Christmas presents each kid should receive. One parent breaks it down by age and even has a smart formula that makes shopping easier this year. And the pressure to name a newborn has never been greater. Trendy or traditional? One mom says it should be illegal to name a brand-new baby. Why she changed her baby's name after six months.Plus, the one article that had the AnchorMOMS tearing up. A clinical psychologist offers a framework that fosters healthy relationships between parents and their kids. It's a lot easier than you might think.MUMS The Word! Makedo! Through one-of-a-kind experiences that can be passed down again and again, ​Makedo​ is teaching kids that “fun” doesn't have to cost the planet. They're empowering kids to harness their creativity to build their own toys with one of the most recycled materials on the planet, cardboard.Find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Find us HERE on Facebook!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems

Envy is one of those emotions that most of us all experience. Yet none of us wants to admit. Do your friends seem more advanced in their careers? Have better work-life balance? Seem to have built their business faster than you? And the holiday season can most definitely elicit these feelings.   Jealousy and envy can consume your thoughts and create a cycle of negativity, affecting your own perception of yourself and distracting yourself from your goals and journey.   I fell prey to this cycle many times - in school, graduate school and even in private practice. In my personal and professional life. So, if this is something you want to change - if you want better ways of managing and overcoming these emotions, then take a listen to this episode.   In this episode, I discuss: Utilizing a win-win mentality (from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey) Competing with yourself instead of others What you can learn from what others have accomplished (without feeling negatively about yourself in the process) And more!  

Real Life Real Leaders
Breaking the glass ceiling as a working mom with Delora Aichholzer

Real Life Real Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 51:09


REAL LIFE REAL LEADERS SHOW NOTES     TITLE: Breaking the glass ceiling as a working mom with Delora Aichholzer    The surest way to make your dreams come true is to live them. Delora Aichholzer is a glittering example of someone who has risen above life's hard knocks and climbed her way to magnificent career heights through hard work, self-belief, and continuous learning. Delora is a co-chair, board member and ESG advisor, not to mention an inspirational leader at Women's Execs On Board.     Delora shares her fascinating professional pathway, revealing how her escape from bullies and negativity helped fuel her bright future. We learn how Delora embraced a world of possibilities and made vital decisions aligned with her personal and professional life, which helped smash the glass ceiling she overwhelmingly sensed as a new working mom. Delora also breaks down the challenges she faced in her career and how she overcame a distressing downward spiral. Key points throughout the episode include:    - An introduction to Delora Aichholzer  - Transforming negative behaviour into positive fuel  - Women Execs on Boards: The power of networking   - Climbing the leadership ladder   - Integrating business and motherhood  - The distance between gender equality   - Overcoming professional hardships and a breakdown in trust  - The importance of staying true to yourself   - Covid-19: When one door closed, another door opened  - Break the tie of power by guiding your own compass     ‘'You are going to be able to give back more at different points of your life because you've learned from your own executive experience.'' – Delora Aichholzer.  Real Life Real Leaders, hosted by Bonnie Hagemann, is dedicated to exploring the real stories behind some of the world's most outstanding inspirational leaders. Each new episode teaches the highs and lows of building a successful business and uncovers the attributes that make a great leader.     Resources:  Women Execs on Boards  https://www.weob.org/     Book: The Courage to Advance by Bonnie Hagemann, Lisa Pent and the members of the Women Execs on Boards  https://www.amazon.com/Courage-Advance-resilience-successful-business/dp/1529368995     Get connected socially with Delora Aichholzer:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/deloraleeaichholzer/     Get connected socially with host Bonnie Hagemann:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhagemann/   https://edainc.io/   https://mobile.twitter.com/bonnie_hagemann   https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/real-life-real-leaders-podcast/     This podcast is proudly produced in partnership with podlad.com

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone
Catch Up with Holly Robinson Peete

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 23:40


There's very little Holly Robinson Peete doesn't do -- she's an actor, autism and parkinson's advocate, children's book author, founder, mom, wife, and so much more! The superstar chats with Maria about her newest book "Charlie Makes a Splash!", her Hollywood star, raising her family and more. She also reveals the secret to her 27-year marriage! ------Check out all of the MOM2MOM episodes: nbcboston.com/mom-2-momFollow along on social: @thehubtoday & @mariasansoneFollow along on with Holly Robinson Peete: @hollyrpeeteSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Project: Mom Podcast
Moms, Are You “Doing It All”? It's Okay to Rest

Project: Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 11:27


Our family has had a week. My wallet was stolen. My daughter got an ear infection. We tried and took a break from potty training. Recently, I got sick for the first time in YEARS – a head cold strong enough that I rescheduled some podcast interviews to give myself some rest. Our society doesn't support time for rest and healing from illness; there's this belief instilled in us that we must power through anyway. But it's important to remember where these “beliefs” come from – personal lenses, sure, but also communal, generational lenses – and that we are only human. So this episode is for the moms who feel they must “do it all” – and to let them know it's OKAY to rest. In fact, resting might be the most productive thing they do today.Resources & LinksSome books I reference in this episode: Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado Perez and Patriarchy Stress Disorder: The Invisible Inner Barrier Between Women's Happiness and Fulfillment by Valerie Rein.Learn more about Project: Mom and follow us on Instagram at @projectmompodcast.Do you want to share your motherhood journey on the podcast? Email me at projectmompod@gmail.com. 

Work & Life Balance | Managing Life, Career, Marriage, & Faith | The Latika Vines Show

In Latika's private Facebook group, she hosts Growth Monday, a weekly training to give tips and inspiration for working moms to build opportunities for self-success in their careers and lives. And, she wants to share those tips with the listeners of The Latika Vines Show. In this bonus episode of The Latika Vines Show, Latika inspires you to focus on your future career needs by giving yourself permission to do so. Many working moms prioritize others and their priorities over themselves. This causes them to neglect their personal career goals and needs. But, the unique and specialized talent, skills, knowledge, and experience God has given you and exposed you to, is for you to pursue your career vision and achieve it. Give yourself the permission to take full advantage of National Career Development Month and what Visionary Initiatives, LLC will continue to do to support working moms in their future career needs, by visiting https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ncdmonth. This month, working mothers have received additional career development support, tools, and guidance in the form of: Anniversary Issue of The Visionary - Career Development Resource Newsletter Career Branding tips at the Empowerment & Networking Bazaar in Rockville, MD Virtual networking tips during the Lunch, Learn, & Networking event FREE Career Coaching calls 4 NEW Career Development Digital Courses Check out the website to learn more about this month: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ncdmonth Gain access to the courses at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives/preregister-for-national-career-development-week-courses ******* Latika Vines is an Author, Entrepreneur, and Working Mom of 4. As the Founder and Chief Workforce Developer of Visionary Initiatives, she has made it her mission to help working moms build opportunities for their success by redefining how they manage their life, career, and/or business. To learn more about Latika and to join her mailing list to gain additional career growth and work and life balance resources, please visit: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ If you are looking for a community of like-minded working moms ready to be the Boss of their Careers and Life, join the private Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossmomtribe Sign Up to Receive the bi-monthly Career Development Resource Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives.com/newsletter Connect with Latika: https://twitter.com/latika_vines | www.visionary-initiatives.com | thelatikavinesshow@gmail.com Check out our apparel and accessories at https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/shop Thank you for supporting The Latika Vines Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/support

Mission and Motherhood
Episode 14: Elevating your Money Mindset with Jessica Martini

Mission and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 29:38


We all know money matters, but did you know that what you THINK about matters even more?Did you know there is such a thing as financial trauma and much of it is developed in our formative years as children? You may be in a financial rut or living abundantly, but in either case, it's a result of your mindset. In today's episode, I am joined by financial planner, Jessica Martini. Jessica is passionate about helping individuals, families, and entrepreneurs get clarity on their financial future sothey can live the life they want. Successfully journeying toward our Mission and Motherhood means we intentionally remove any blocks in our way. If you're one to avoid your finances, then this is the perfect intro to everything you need to know! Resources mentioned in this episode: Get to know Jessica even more here!Did you listen to an episode and love it? Let me know! Tag me with your "aha" moments and Follow me on Instagram and Facebook!

Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy

Resentment.  We have all been there.  And that is pretty much where I remained when I was super burned out.  Here was a little shift that helped me break out of resentment.  

Balanced Working Moms Podcast
Ep #87: Do You Know How Much Invisible Work You're Doing?

Balanced Working Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 26:31


Did you know that your day is filled with work.....that's 100% invisible? No one will ever see it. Whether it's cleaning the lid of your trash can or worrying about your sick daughter. In this episode we talk about what invisible work actually is (it's probably more work than you realized), and what you can do to lighten the load. Get the Free Course - How to Find work/life Balance as a Working Mom (Even Though It Feels Like a Unicorn

Birth, Baby, and Life
BBL192: How to Handle It All as a Working Mom

Birth, Baby, and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 55:41


Moms often need to, or want to, work… but you feel guilty having to handle it all as a working mom. However, the reality of mothering and working is much different than popular beliefs… (and even the myths we have about how working and parenting mix). Join me in today's episode for an eye-opening look […] The post BBL192: How to Handle It All as a Working Mom appeared first on Natural Birth and Baby Care.com.

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 137

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 32:21


An interesting (buy maybe not surprising) new study asserts parents like other parents better, as opposed to people who are childless. The reason behind the phenomenon and why it might not be a good thing. Plus, one mom admits in an online forum that she can't stand her nine-year-old. The reasons and why some readers support her. And a parenting educator weighs in on 5 things she would never do with her own kids, and some of them are pretty common parenting techniques. MUMS The Word! Mr. Clean Original Magic Eraser Cleaning Pads with DurafoamFind us on Apple Podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Find us HERE on Facebook!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik
Ways To Not Feel Lonely For Working Moms

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:53


Episode #31: Ways To Not Feel Lonely For Working Moms   Many of us have been taught to strive for excellence, achieve a good life, and be picture-perfect. However, this need can be exhausting and isolating for us. In this episode of Empowering Working Moms: Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik, she talks about the reality of retreating and feeling alone when we go through something that reveals our lack of perfection. She shares ways to overcome loneliness and come out of it victorious and complete. Get ready to take notes and tune in to learn more! In this episode, you will learn:         The resilience story of a client         The result of striving for excellence         How to combat loneliness         External approval and completion   If you want to work with Coach Prianca Naik, MD, go to www.priancanaikmdcoaching.as.me to book a 30-minute consultation call. Follow Dr. Prianca on social media: https://www.facebook.com/prianca.naik https://www.instagram.com/priancanaikmdcoaching https://www.linkedin.com/in/prianca-naik-md-0524a196/   Join her FREE Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/646992382603860   To get started on loving your life, check out her free masterclass on four proven methods to love your life https://prianca-naik.mykajabi.com/4-secrets-to-living-a-life-you-ll-love-podcast   [Full Transcript] I want to start by sharing a recent client breakthrough. A client of mine who had tried all the things: podcasts, meditation, ted talks, and therapy, came to me wanting to enjoy her life when she felt miserable day to day even though she shouldn't because she has a beautiful family and likes her job. However, through our work together, she can enjoy the crucial moments in her life, especially with her children, and also bounce back from the negative moments and curve balls a lot more quickly: resilience.   My coaching program helps moms in male-dominated fields suffering from burnout to enjoy the life they've worked so hard to build, using my proven methodology to heal the underlying causes of burnout. To get started on enjoying your life, Check out my free masterclass on the four methods to love your life link in the show notes.   Many of us have been taught to strive for excellence. This is fabulous, don't get me wrong. This principle helps us to achieve at work and in our personal lives. Checking off all of the boxes. And then, we grow up or approach mid-life and wonder why we are exhausted and unhappy.   Often, this need for the good life or picture of perfection can isolate us. As a result, we retreat and feel alone when we go through something that reveals our lack of perfection or shatters the perfect Instagram family photo.   Some clients go through problems and feel completely alone, but they aren't. We are all struggling with a variation of the same issues, even if we are under the delusion that we are the only ones.   Remember, although we are our greatest ally and should learn to act accordingly, there are also people, friends, and family who will love and support us unconditionally whether we can afford a multi-million dollar house or have a seemingly perfect life or not.   Here is how to combat loneliness: Realize you aren't alone: -you have yourself; get comfortable with yourself (examples being alone, sitting in quiet alone, taking the self out to dinner, reading alone, dancing alone, taking a class by yourself) -Learn to love your own company -When you have a problem, feel alone, or feel isolated in your negative emotion, take time to be with yourself. Put your hand on your chest and be present with whatever is going on. This is having your own back. Begin making a habit of this. -Know that people generally want to help; you just have to ask. If you're feeling lonely about something or isolated, reach out to someone your gut tells you you can trust and open up. You will be surprised how supportive good friends can be. -Join support groups with people with similar issues. For those in homes with abuse, for example, get into domestic violence support groups or alcoholism, there is al-anon; this will build your sense of community -there are a million FB physician groups where I have found a sense of community and connection -deepen the friendships you already have. Nurture them. -in addition to taking yourself out alone regularly, make regular connections with friends and family. -decrease social media consumption; promise not to scroll late at night. It's a waste of time and energy; set aside time. Put limits on your phone for using the apps. Or delete them altogether. -if you find yourself trying to fill your void with food, drink, or any other buffering, approach yourself with kind curiosity and practice being okay with yourself alone -practice meditation and mindfulness; this helps to distance us from our thoughts and empower us.   Once you learn to feel at home, you will seek external approval and completion. What I mean is many of us were raised to believe we need a romantic partner to complete us. We don't. It is beautiful to have a healthy partnership; however, we don't need it.   Remember to work on yourself before inviting a partner in if you are a single parent. You will come from a much better, less grassy place. You won't be trying to fill a lonely void because your life will be complete with just you and your children.   My coaching program helps moms in male-dominated fields suffering from burnout to enjoy the life they've worked so hard to build, using my proven methodology to heal the underlying causes of burnout. To get started on enjoying your life, Check out my free masterclass on four methods to love your life link in the show notes.

Self Transformed - Healthy Habits, Time Management, Working Mom, Fitness Tips, Whole30, Easy Meal Prep, Weight Loss
BONUS: Where Are You On Your Success Path? WHY I AM SUNSETTING MY SIGNATURE PROGRAM AND BLACK FRIDAY SALE ON COURSES!!!!

Self Transformed - Healthy Habits, Time Management, Working Mom, Fitness Tips, Whole30, Easy Meal Prep, Weight Loss

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 18:04


Happy week of Thanksgiving, friends! I'm feeling very grateful for you and wanted to share even more Black Friday deals on my courses in addition to the shop and share with you that this is your last chance to purchase my signature program, SELF TRANSFORM U!  I am sunsetting STU at the end of 2022 and will be sharing more details in the coming weeks about a new signature group program launching the new year!  I'm also sharing a bit more about my coaching philosophy on how we have to create habits differently as busy working moms and how I keep that in mind when designing coaching opportunities together and tools inside the shop depending on where you are in your own success path (breaking point--exploring--action--mindset shift--thriving.)  You can go here to see all of the BLACK FRIDAY DEALS! Save 30% off all courses and save 50% off for this last chance to grab SELF TRANSFORM U! You can also still get the promo in the TRANSFORMATION SHOP for when you buy the FUNDAMENTAL NEEDS TOOLKIT, you'll get the HABITS THAT STICK STARTER KIT for 50% off! SALES END ON 12/2 *** WORK WITH ME: -Get the FREE HEALTHY HABIT RESET MASTERCLASS! -Visit the TRANSFORMATION SHOP to get all the affordable habit hacking tools! -Check out all of my courses -CHECK OUT THE FREEBIE VAULT!: Access habit tools, self care checklist, Whole30 resources, free workouts and more!   LET'S CONNECT: -Sign up for weekly motivational texts from Emily at: 1-773-904-2157 or click this link!  **Please subscribe, rate and review Self Transformed so others can connect with our content too!  I'll even send you a Starbucks Gift Card or hop on a FREE HABIT HACKING CALL with you if you email me a screenshot of your review at hello@emily-nichols.com ** Thank you so much! Connect with Emily:@emilynichols22 @transformationshop.co www.emily-nichols.com 

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems

Holiday time - it's a whirlwind of family, cooking, parties and it continues for a month. You're told you're supposed to be feeling gratitude, happiness and togetherness but sometimes the holiday season can be anything but that. It can be fraught with difficult family dynamics, an attempt to balance work and the season's activities and perhaps even your own perfectionism in attempting to create a Pinterest worthy Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. If any of this sounds familiar to you and you're somewhat dreading the upcoming holiay season, then this episode is for you! I share 4 strategies to help you: Prioritize what's important Use a cope ahead technique to manage awkward or triggering encounters Schedule your non-time Let's get started!   aloha, Dr. Rupa        

Work & Life Balance | Managing Life, Career, Marriage, & Faith | The Latika Vines Show

In Latika's private Facebook group, she hosts Growth Monday, weekly training to give tips and inspiration for working moms to build opportunities for self-success in their careers and lives. And, she wants to share those tips with the listeners of The Latika Vines Show. In this bonus episode of The Latika Vines Show, Latika gives a recap of National Career Development Week (November 14-18, 2022) and what Visionary Initiatives, LLC will continue to do during the month of November - she announces 4 NEW DIGITAL COURSES from last week. This month, working mothers have received additional career development support, tools, and guidance in the form of: Anniversary Issue of The Visionary - Career Development Resource Newsletter Career Branding tips at the Empowerment & Networking Bazaar in Rockville, MD Virtual networking tips during the Lunch, Learn, & Networking event FREE Career Coaching calls It's been an amazing time supporting working moms in this capacity. But, the month is not over yet. Be sure to check out this episode to learn about what's coming and how you can sign up to receive your FREE Career Coaching Call. Check out the website to learn more about this month: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ncdmonth Gain access to the courses at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives/preregister-for-national-career-development-week-courses ******* Latika Vines is an Author, Entrepreneur, and Working Mom of 4. As the Founder and Chief Workforce Developer of Visionary Initiatives, she has made it her mission to help working moms build opportunities for their success by redefining how they manage their life, career, and/or business. To learn more about Latika and to join her mailing list to gain additional career growth and work and life balance resources, please visit: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ If you are looking for a community of like-minded working moms ready to be the Boss of their Careers and Life, join the private Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossmomtribe Sign Up to Receive the bi-monthly Career Development Resource Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives.com/newsletter Connect with Latika: https://twitter.com/latika_vines | www.visionary-initiatives.com | thelatikavinesshow@gmail.com Check out our apparel and accessories at https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/shop Thank you for supporting The Latika Vines Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/support

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone
Flipping The Script on Microaggressions

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 23:24


Tik Tok star Clare Brown, also known as Clarabelle, is teaching “European Americans” what it's like to feel othered in society - straight up with no chaser - but there is a dash of humor. Brown tackles implicit bias, sexism, religion, and more in her social videos to show people what those in marginalized groups experience daily. Her cast of characters encourages uncomfortable chuckles and honest conversations. ------Check out all of the MOM2MOM episodes: nbcboston.com/mom-2-momFollow along on social: @thehubtoday & @mariasansoneFollow along on with Clare Brown: @clarabellecwb------Sign up for The Hubbub: nbcboston.com/newslettersSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Stethoscopes to Swaddles Podcast
92. Envy and Jealousy - Holiday Edition

Stethoscopes to Swaddles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 37:29


This week on the podcast we explore the emotions of jealousy and envy and how they can express themselves in the holidays.  We look at what the emotions are, what we can do with the emotions, how to express emotional maturity, and what to do when it's directed at you.   Resources: Register for the boundaries Masterclass here  The Art of Believing on Purpose by Bev Aron Clarity and Connection Lighter: Let go of the past, Connect with the Present and Expand the Future My Linktree to find all workshop links and connect with me Have a great week mama!

Wellness and Wellies
Part 1 Preparation and planning for the holidays | Avoid holiday weight gain and burnout | Christmas time management and planning hacks for working moms

Wellness and Wellies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 22:58


Hey friend! I know the holidays can be stressful and it is easy to forget to look after YOU so as your coach I am here to help. Today in the first of a two part series we are going to take a bigger picture view of what we want the holidays to look like and how we can make them a great experience. ❤️⭐️ Let's Connect! ❤️⭐️ Join our global community and grab my FREE healthy snack PDF download and get my weekly recipes straight into your inbox! Join the Community I always love to hear from you so please feel free to jump into my inbox at anytime theproductivemum@gmail.com  Love and light SJ x

Girlfriends and Goals
The Balance of Being a Working Mom

Girlfriends and Goals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 41:18


Hey girlfriends! On today's episode we're discussing the balance of being a working mom. Some of us on our journey through womanhood will become mothers and many will have the experience of being a working mom. We're joined by our special guest Maria, who shares with us what it was like for her to become a mom while also being committed to career, transitioning back to work after maternity leave, what helps her to have the best experience of being a working mom and much more! Did you have any thoughts on how motherhood would your career going forward? How did you manage opinions on whether returning to work was the decision? What were the biggest changes for you after returning to work from maternity leave? We'd love to hear your thoughts, too so make sure you follow us on Instagram @girlfriendsandgoalspodcast where we'll continue this conversation. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review! LYV-ON LIFE LYV-ON LIFE STORE Intro music by moorehousemusicgroup Podcast YouTube Channel Podcast Instagram Myosia's Instagram Samaria's Instagram

The Motherly Podcast
Dr. Christina Johns on handling medical emergencies and cold season

The Motherly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 37:54


In this episode, Liz speaks with Dr. Christina Johns, who is a pediatrician, a pediatric emergency physician and senior medical advisor at PM Pediatric Care that is a specialized pediatric urgent care with locations across the country. They tackle topics like how to survive cold, flu, and COVID season, as well as how to avoid common emergencies, basic home safety tips, and what to do when your kids are sick or hurt. She also explains why PM Pediatric Care has shifted to provide care for the increased mental health needs of our kids as we come out of this pandemic.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Work & Life Balance | Managing Life, Career, Marriage, & Faith | The Latika Vines Show

Latika is often asked the question, 'how do I own my career development?' when meeting with a group of working moms. Many of them, are unfamiliar with navigating corporate America while balancing home life. Although they desire to advance in their careers, they are often left with self-doubt, fear, guilt, and imposter syndrome because many organizations are not equipped to support them. If you have been following Latika then you know that she was once in their shoes. After having her 4th child, she desperately needed clarity on what she wanted to do in her career and where she wanted to work. For many years she helped others design their Career Vision and pursue it, but it often left her unfulfilled because fear kept her trapped behind the terminology, "working mother." But, today, Latika dares you to change your mindset from anxious and doubtful that you can excel in your career to being fulfilled because you are doing something you love and are doing it on purpose. But, how do you get there? To recognize National Career Development Day and Week, Latika shares 7 Steps to Owning your Career Development in this episode of The Latika Vines Show. The 7 Steps include the following: Identify your Career Vision Map your Goals Keep Track of your Wins Identify your Gaps Gain support from mentors, coaches, and sponsors Always network Consider your work-life balance By following the seven steps you are more likely to take the initiative in developing your career and gaining the support to pursue it. Schedule your FREE Coaching Call HERE. | Learn more about the initiatives for National Career Development Month HERE. **** Latika Vines is an Author, Entrepreneur, and Working Mom of 4. As the Founder and Chief Workforce Developer of Visionary Initiatives, she has made it her mission to help working moms build opportunities for their success by redefining how they manage their life, career, and/or business. To learn more about Latika and to join her mailing list to gain additional career growth and work and life balance resources, please visit: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ If you are looking for a community of like-minded working moms ready to be the Boss of their Careers and Life, join the private Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossmomtribe Sign Up to Receive the bi-monthly Career Development Resource Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives.com/newsletter Connect with Latika: https://twitter.com/latika_vines | www.visionary-initiatives.com | thelatikavinesshow@gmail.com Check out our apparel and accessories at https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/shop Thank you for supporting The Latika Vines Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/support

The B-Word with Joanne Bolt.   Real Life | Real Business | Real Success for Women in Real Estate
EP 77: From Hot Mess Express To Millionaire Momma with Allie Casazza

The B-Word with Joanne Bolt. Real Life | Real Business | Real Success for Women in Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 38:49


Meet my newest bestie, Allie Casazza.  If you haven't heard of her before now all I can say is "You're WELCOME!"Allie Casazza is on a mission to eradicate the "hot mess mom" stereotype by empowering other women. She has built a massive audience and a multimillion-dollar online business based on her proven, family-oriented approach to minimalism. She is also the host of The Purpose Show, a chart-topping podcast, and the creator of multiple online programs and courses that garner tens of thousands of registrations each time they run.I could have stayed on the show with Allie for hours, and the two of us align on so many levels.  You know those women in your life who just send sparkles of joy into whatever is going on?  She's that woman.  Listen in ladies because Allie takes us through the moment in Target where her family was so financially strapped she had to choose between purchasing toothpaste or tampons, to her mindset on starting her business out of desperation. Growing an empire with 4 babies, and how she personally struggled with the hustle mentality and what it did to her health.  Allie's story will empower you to get up off the floor (or heck, settle in with a mug of coffee and your fuzzy slippers) and shed the pieces of your business you don't like, lean into the parts that resonate with you and grow it to places you never dreamed of.  Now, take a moment and share this episode with your bestie.  She'll thank you for it and so will I!  Then drop into my DMs on Instagram @itsjoannebolt and tell me what advice Allie gave that made you jump up and down.  I'm excited to hear it because there are MULTIPLE parts here that I keep going back to myself!Follow Joanne! Pinterest Instagram @itsjoannebolt Join the Free Facebook group Get Weekly Tips by texting the word "tips" to 678-736-8055Leave us a review

OAWRS Show Highlights
Sisanie Shares an All-Too-Relatable Working Mom Fail

OAWRS Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 6:34


The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik
How to be a Happy Working Mom Through Pattern Recognition

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 13:04


Episode #30: How to be a Happy Working Mom through Pattern Recognition   Deeply ingrained habits and patterns can be traced back to childhood experiences even before remembering them. Some of them are helpful, while others add a layer of stress and anxiety to what one is already dealing with. In this episode of Empowering Working Moms:Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik, she dives into increasing your awareness of destructive mental patterns to help decrease your suffering and be relieved of exhaustion. So tune in and enjoy! In this episode, you will learn: Habits and patterns Increasing awareness Stories we tell ourselves Three steps in the mindfulness method   If you want to work with Coach Prianca Naik, MD, go to www.priancanaikmdcoaching.as.me to book a 30-minute consultation call. Follow Dr. Prianca on social media: https://www.facebook.com/prianca.naik https://www.instagram.com/priancanaikmdcoaching https://www.linkedin.com/in/prianca-naik-md-0524a196/   Join her FREE Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/646992382603860   To get started on loving your life, check out her free masterclass on 4 proven methods to love your life https://prianca-naik.mykajabi.com/4-secrets-to-living-a-life-you-ll-love-podcast   [Full Transcript] My coaching program helps moms in male-dominated fields suffering from burnout to enjoy the life they've worked so hard to build, using my proven methodology to heal the underlying causes of burnout. To get started on enjoying your life, Check out my free masterclass on the four methods to love your life link in the shownotes.   We all have deeply ingrained habits and patterns. Old stories and narratives. They started before we can remember when we were young children. Some of them are helpful and beneficial, while others are not. There might be a sudden urge to blame yourself whenever something goes wrong. Increasing my awareness is one thing I realized in my journey that has decreased my suffering and helped me not feel exhausted. But today, I want to dive into increasing your awareness of your mental patterns that are not serving you or are adding a layer of stress and anxiety to what you are already dealing with. I will give a couple of examples to clarify: When anyone raises their voice, I get triggered. I feel anxious and a squeezing in my throat. This probably comes from being a child and feeling unsafe when I was yelled at. I became aware of this in the past few years. And, of course, our brains are wired to keep us safe and scan for threats which is helpful. However, instead of fully diving into feeling threatened with raised voices…which would increase my anxiety and suffering, I can acknowledge that this is my pattern. And not to beat me up about the pattern. To not say, why do I always have to get anxious when people yell…but to notice it with compassion and say, yes, this is my usual response. And that's ok. I am safe. I am ok. I don't have to feed further into this threat. You can create a layer of lightness and airiness with this approach. You will move beyond exhaustion and burnout with this simple practice. How about getting triggered by your parents…this is a tough one…because those relationships are long-standing and deep. What is your go-to response when you feel uncomfortable? Can you see it? How about isolating your approach to just you? Assuming that your parent may not be able to hear you the way you want to be heard and managing your pattern and response. What is one small step you can take to de-power the negative effect an unpleasant conversation or interaction might have on you? One thing that has helped me with my old pattern of seeking their approval. This one is deeply ingrained. I want to emulate many of their excellent qualities, hard work, significant involvement with kids, and setting a good example in so many ways. But there are other things I don't want to carry forward. There are things I want to do differently. So when I find myself seeking their approval and maybe not getting it…I ask myself if I want to copy their behavior in that specific situation…or if they are experts in this matter. And if the answer is no, I let go of their approval and find trust and comfort in my way. If you are unhappy about your job or relationship, what is your story surrounding that? What is the narrative you've told yourself about it that might not be helpful? I am not appreciated. I am not valued. Those are some thoughts that aren't positive…if that's the story you're telling, start realizing it's a story and not a fact. When we see narratives for what they are, they don't own us or have as much power over us when they're not helping us. In my mindfulness method, notice/neutralize/new, noticing just being aware is the first step in dealing with any situation. Then that will help to neutralize the situation and remove the emotional change. Then the last step would be to pick a new thought. So, for example, replace the aforementioned unhelpful thoughts with identifying the things I am loved for or appreciated and something else of your choosing to help change the perspective and increase your gratitude and overall life satisfaction. My coaching program helps moms in male-dominated fields suffering from burnout to enjoy the life they've worked so hard to build, using my proven methodology to heal the underlying causes of burnout. To get started on enjoying your life, Check out my free masterclass on the four methods to love your life link in the shownotes.

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 136

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 28:12


It's a no-brainer—but it's still kind of depressing if you're a parent. One study claims intensive parenting actually is the key to successful kids. What it is and why it can be stressful. And if your kids fight like cats and dogs, you're not alone. Tips on cutting out the sibling rivalry once and for all. Lastly, send to hold back? How to make a good decision when your little one has a cusp birthday and kindergarten is looming... Find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Find us HERE on Facebook!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Snooze Button
Q & A: Being A Working Mom & Building A Biz

The Snooze Button

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 25:11


Shoutout to my fellow working Moms - the juggle is real. This week I'm answering your questions about building (and maintaining) a successful small business, juggling work & home life, managing Mom guilt, and sharing the work load with your partner. I also spend at least 2 minutes drawing analogies from my very blurry recollection of that ballet movie, Center Stage. So there's that. For any Mom who works outside of the home, works from home, is building and business or wants to get back into the workforce, this one is for you!

Confetti Worthy Women
UNAPOLOGICALLY Sharing + Selling! I've got BIG NEWS + ways you can work with me

Confetti Worthy Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 23:49


So big news is inside! and I'm not dropping it here in the shownotes so you will just have to tune in :)ALSO.......Join the 4th round of InstaBoss, a 4 week program to level up your InstagramON SALE FOR $200 this week (11/14/22)Shop Closet Candy  BoutiqueShop Clean Skin care + makeup (Beautycounter)Send me a DM on Instagram to chat about working on a branding project for you or if you want a 1 hour 1:1 session for HALF OFFLove what you heard? Feel like another woman may resonate with it? Take a screenshot of the episode and post it to your social media stories and tag me, @courtney_wendzicki so I can personally thank you for sharing.+ come hang out with me on Instagram to learn all things biz building, check out podcast behind the scenes and most importantly to empower other entrepreneurial women!!

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems
3 Strategies To Systemize Your Morning Routine As A Working Mom To Reduce Chaos

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 24:33


Wouldn't it be nice to have a relaxed start to your morning? One where you aren't rushing back and forth inside your house to grab keys, your coffee or your water bottle? One which isn't full of chaos and yelling and everyone scrambling around to get ready? I've had some rough mornings - full of all of the above. And one thing I realized that if I set the tone for the morning - calm, relaxed, in control, then that transfers to my kids. If you want to learn how to reduce the morning chaos and create an am routine that works for you and your family, then this episode is for you!   I share how I use the power of habit to build a morning routine that works for our family. And give you an inside glimpse into the specifics of my morning routine.   Most importantly - I'll answer the question - what the heck is a post-it party and how does it relate to a morning routine?   So if you're ready to create a morning routine that prioritizes yourself and creates a great start to your day - then it's time to get started.   aloha, Dr. Rupa   The Power of Habit - Charles Duhigg   Free Workbook! Focus On What Makes You Effective - Learn how to prioritize your tasks here: https://courses.drrupawong.com/matrix    

The Baby Making Podcast
Best of the Podcast: Working Moms in the Corporate World with Catie

The Baby Making Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 53:39


BEST OF THE PODCAST!This week we're revisiting  Episode 11 with with one of my best friends Catie!!We talk m at her kitchen island about being a mama in the corporate world. She shares about her first pregnancy and being a new mom while still in the office environment and getting pregnant with baby #2 just before the pandemic started! Guest appearances: Dogs, Dunkin & Dudley and the dishwasher!How you can support The Baby Making Podcast:Buy Me A Coffee!Get 20% off your Kindred Bravely purchase with the code: BMP20kindredbravely.com/TheBabyMakingPodcastSupport the show

The Strong[HER] Way | non diet approach, mindset coaching, lifestyle advice

Hey friend! This week we are talking about how you can quickly get back on track after failure. For some this might look like going through a period of time when you skip all your workouts. Or maybe you find yourself over eating at every meal, eating more sweets than usual.. The list really could go on and on. It's different for each of us. Here's the deal though:Failure is part of the process. What you do after is what counts. Any goal you are going after in any area of your life will require you to try things, and most likely fail...a lot before you actually start succeeding. For most of the clients I've worked with the thing that tends to keep them stuck the longest is beating themselves up and being so hard on themselves. In this bite sized episode I share one of the most powerful strategies you can use the next time you fall off the proverbial wagon or get off track. In fact, I just had to use this exact strategy in my own life!Ready to work together? Email alisha@alishacarlson.com to set up a free consult. Come connect with me on IG and FB

MotherLoad Podcast
Anna Cosic: The Hidden Downside of High Expectations as Ambitious Mothers

MotherLoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 65:20


I talk a lot about capacity, and why we feel so overloaded.But as my friend Anna Cosic points out in this episode, one of our greatest obstacles isn't necessarily carrying the load itself – it's managing OURSELVES.Oftentimes, it's not a capacity issue – it's an accountability issue.I believe we CAN be wildly successful in our careers AND be devoted mothers. It's why this podcast exists – to create a community to help women figure out the push and pull of work and motherhood. Anna is someone I've known for several years from mastermind programs. She's a former media and tech executive turned career and leadership coach, and a mom to an almost-six-year-old.I've been waiting for this conversation for a long time. Anna and I message each other  almost everyday due to the fact that we have kids the same age, and that we're going through a lot of the same things in regards to the motherload.Today, Anna and I talk about the issue that started her business, the shock of becoming a stay-at-home mom after a corporate career, and some of the most common mental blocks among women she coaches.Resources & LinksYou can find Anna on Instagram and LinkedIn and her website.Did this episode resonate with you? Share your takeaways with Lindsay directly at hello@lindsayroselle.com. Learn more about Lindsay's coaching and consulting services at https://www.lindsayroselle.com or follow along on Instagram at @lindsayroselle and @motherload.pod.

Mission and Motherhood
Episode 13: My Answers to Your Questions!

Mission and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 28:37


In this episode, I dive into questions you submitted for some answers! Although I certainly am not the expert when it comes to your life, I love sharing what I've learned along the journey of my own Mission and Motherhood.Do you struggle with guilt when asking for help?Do you have one foot in pursuit of your Mission, but can't get over your fear of failure?Do you have a spouse that isn't supportive to your Mission?These are the questions we are tackling today and oh mannn… we get deep! If you've ever pondered these things yourself, then join me in this conversation. I promise we will all leave with the answers we needed in this moment!Resources mentioned in this episode: Luke Ch 1&2Romans 12:2 Did you listen to an episode and love it? Let me know! Tag me with your "aha" moments and Follow me on Instagram and Facebook!

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone
Tips to Cultivate Contentment, Not Happiness, with Niro Feliciano

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 27:01


In her new book psychotherapist Niro Feliciano wont' give you the tips for happiness, but she will give you the keys to find true contentment. So, what's the difference? Feliciano shares that contentment is wanting everything you have while happiness is having everything you want. Sounds pretty simple, right?! Feliciano shares how you can make small changes to find that sustained fulfillment including ways to ditch a comparison mindset, identify what's important to you, and have some fun doing it all. ------Check out all of the MOM2MOM episodes: nbcboston.com/mom-2-momFollow along on social: @thehubtoday & @mariasansoneFollow along on with Niro Feliciano: @niro_felicianoSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Motherly Podcast
Dr. Yesmean Wahdan on navigating contraception options and how being a mom has shaped her perspective

The Motherly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:00


This podcast episode is brought to you by Bayer. The opinions shared today reflect those of Dr. Yesmean Wahdan and do not necessarily reflect the overall position of Bayer or the opinions of Motherly.In this episode, Liz talks with Dr. Yesmean Wahdan, OBGYN and the Vice President of U.S. Medical Affairs at Bayer Women's Healthcare. Dr. Wahdan discusses what women need to know about their contraception options and how motherhood has shaped her perspective as a healthcare provider and advocate for women.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Work & Life Balance | Managing Life, Career, Marriage, & Faith | The Latika Vines Show
S8 E138: 3 Ways to Balance it All, Without Having to Do it All

Work & Life Balance | Managing Life, Career, Marriage, & Faith | The Latika Vines Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 32:14


Working mothers have experienced increased burnout and overwhelm in the past few months. And, many of them are trying to do it all (e.g. household chores, nurturing relationships, cooking every meal, etc.) by themselves. But, it doesn't have to be the case. In this episode of the Latika Vines Show, Latika shares 3 Ways Working Moms Can Balance it All, Without Having to Do it All. Prioritize waking up early in the morning Create a support system Let go of mom guilt To learn more about how Latika coaches working moms in this area, schedule a call with her at https://visionaryinitiativesllc.hbportal.co/schedule/5ffcb46ba33b39564875c088 Sign Up to Receive the bi-monthly Career Development Resource Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives.com/newsletter **** Latika Vines is an Author, Entrepreneur, and Working Mom of 4. As the Founder and Chief Workforce Developer of Visionary Initiatives, she has made it her mission to help working moms build opportunities for their success by redefining how they manage their life, career, and/or business. To learn more about Latika and to join her mailing list to gain additional career growth and work and life balance resources, please visit: https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/ If you are looking for a community of like-minded working moms ready to be the Boss of their Careers and Life, join the private Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossmomtribe Sign Up to Receive the bi-monthly Career Development Resource Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/visionary-initiatives.com/newsletter Connect with Latika: https://twitter.com/latika_vines | www.visionary-initiatives.com | thelatikavinesshow@gmail.com Check out our apparel and accessories at https://www.visionary-initiatives.com/shop Thank you for supporting The Latika Vines Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latika-vines/support

Balanced Working Moms Podcast
Ep #86: You Are So Much More Than What You Accomplish

Balanced Working Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:21


As a working Mom, productivity and getting things done may be something you think about a lot. Do you try to squeeze in chores and to-do's until you're so exhausted, you collapse onto the couch at night? In this episode, we talk about letting go of the guilt you may feel when you don't get everything done. Because the fact is, you may never get to an empty to-do list. And that's okay. Get the Free Course - How to Find work/life Balance as a Working Mom (Even Though It Feels Like a Unicorn

MotherLoad Podcast
Mini Episode: The Power of a Braindump

MotherLoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 15:26


Today I'm going to tell you about the power of a brain dump.A few episodes ago, I talked about feeling overwhelmed. Yes, I have two young kids, and yes, I have a lot to do, but usually I'm pretty on top of it. Even when I'm not, I'm not usually this overwhelmed.My feeling of overwhelm coincided with the rollout of the MotherLoad company this November, and I felt this urge to get it all out of my mind. I realized I hadn't done one of those global, everything-on-my-mind brain dumps in a long time.Getting everything out of my head and onto paper feels like this metaphorical cleanse, where I'm able to reset the pressure and add back the items I need to take action on and prioritize. Here's how I do my “brain dumps,” plus some tips on how to use them to help manage the ever-growing motherload.Resources & LinksDid this episode resonate with you? Share your takeaways with Lindsay directly at hello@lindsayroselle.com. Learn more about Lindsay's coaching and consulting services at https://www.lindsayroselle.com or follow along on Instagram at @lindsayroselle and @motherload.pod.

AnchorMoms: The Podcast
AnchorMOMS: The Podcast, Episode 135

AnchorMoms: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 26:23


Do you know that saying 'quitters never win'? Well, one mom begs to differ. Why she argues that teaching your kids to be a quitter under some circumstances, is actually winning. Also, like moms don't have enough to do...what happens when you find yourself parenting your spouse. Some good advice from an expert. And millions of grandparents are caregivers for their grandkids. How to best support them, while making sure your kids are safe and happy in their care.MUMS the Word! Peter Thomas Roth, Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye GelFind us on Apple Podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, rate and review!Want more mommy talk? Find us HERE on Facebook!AnchorMOMS: The Podcast is a product of WLOS News 13 of Asheville, N.C.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Moms at Work with Jeanette Tapley
A Glimpse of Working Mom Life as a Creative w/ Lauren Chandler

Moms at Work with Jeanette Tapley

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 40:57


Welcome to the Moms At Work Podcast! Grab your headphones and a cup of coffee, or whatever you choose to fill your cup with, and join your host Jeanette Tapley as we break free from the shame of having to plan it all!   Join Jeanette as she sits down with Lauren Chandler. Lauren is a pastors wife, author, worship leader and of course a mom! She is here to talk to us about what life as a creative is like when it comes to working. She shares how her work runs in seasons, how she writes, shuttles kids to and from and finds time with her older kids in the middle of it all! Links from Today's Show:   Buy Lauren's New Childrens  Book   https://amzn.to/3qrsiqR   Join the email community https://view.flodesk.com/pages/621d6beb9b7136a9e313d546   Want to listen to Jeanette's other podcast?! Listen to It's Time For Coffee here! https://link.chtbl.com/sWcTEkZy   Don't forget! This show is interactive! I want to hear from YOU! Feel free to share your thoughts, wins, pain points, and

The Strong[HER] Way | non diet approach, mindset coaching, lifestyle advice

Hey Friend, do you often find it hard to 'fit' exercise into the busyness of the rest of your life? If so, you're in good company. I would say one of the top things my clients want to work on when we start working together is how to squeeze exercise into their chaotic and crammed schedules. Often times, it already feels like you're juggling so much, and maybe it really just doesn't feel feasible to schedule in an hour long workout. This week, we have a special guest to help you figure out how you can strategically make room for exercise and more daily movement without stressing yourself out in the process.We also touch on:Exercise for PCOSExercise for perimenopauseHealing your metabolismIntuitive movementCyclical movement Michele Riechman is an expert health coach & personal trainer with her doctorate in physical therapy, 200-hour yoga certification, and PN Level 1 Nutrition Certification.  She helps moms who have put themself on the back burner reclaim their health, get in shape, fit back into their clothes, & optimize their metabolism without dieting or calorie counting, so they can increase their energy & feel confident in their body.If you want to connect with Michele, you can check out her free exercise challenge here.

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems
Reducing the Mental Load of Being A Working Woman with Dr. Ashley Solomon

It's Good To See You | Working Mom Tips, Productivity Pearls & Task Management Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:47


Does the invisible labor of all you do to keep your life, and those around you, running, drain you? Is the that mental load becoming overwhelming. If you're looking for strategies on how to change that, then this episode is for you! I'm joined by guest, Dr. Ashley Solomon, clinical psychologist and women's leadership consultant and we dive deep into discussing: The invisible labor and mental load of being a working woman Ways to not let your perfectionism interfere with being present How to stop rejecting help Listening to your body's cues of what you need If you want to get out of the trenches, then let's get started with today's episode! aloha, Dr. Rupa . . . Find Dr. Ashley Solomon on IG: https://instagram.com/galiacollaborative Website: https://galiacollaborative.com/   Learn How To Start Pioritizing Your Tasks With This FREE Workbook:  https://courses.drrupawong.com/matrix Get Your FREE Non-Negotiables Guide: https://courses.drrupawong.com/non-negotiable Start Outsourcing By Hiring And Training Your Virtual Assistant: https://courses.drrupawong.com/train-your-best-va    

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone
Tips to "Work, Parent, Thrive" with Dr. Yael Schonbrun

MOM2MOM with Maria Sansone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 23:57


Overwhelm is an overwhelming theme of parenthood; too much to do, too little time. Dr. Yael Schonbrun knows this through her practice as a clinical psychologist and has experienced it as a mom of three. So, she wrote a book about it! "Work, Parent, Thrive" suggests that the identity conflict of a working parent can actually be shifted (with some mindset work!) to leverage each role to support the other. Schonburn uses 12 science-backed strategies to ditch guilt, manage overwhelm, and build connection. ------Check out all of the MOM2MOM episodes: nbcboston.com/mom-2-momFollow along on social: @thehubtoday & @mariasansoneFollow along on with Dr. Yael Schonbrun: @DrYaelSchonbrun------Sign up for The Hubbub: nbcboston.com/newslettersSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Mama Knows Beauty Business
Restructuring a beauty business and creating clear boundaries after having a baby with Emily Stites

Mama Knows Beauty Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 37:12


Mama, get ready because you're about to be  extremely inspired by my guest Emily, The Brow Fox!  She shares that when the pandemic hit and having her second child,  she found herself exhausted and in overwhelm while running her multiple beauty businesses.  Emily is so transparent in her struggles and explains how hitting this point forced her to restructure her business as a service provider to fit her and her families needs.  Often times clients can feel so connected {as a friend}, yet disconnected {as a mom with kids} from us by taking advantage of showing up late to appointments, canceling last minute or just not showing up. My guest was done with these scenarios!  Emily shares that restructuring her business around HER needs and setting clear boundaries allowed her to keep her job as a service provider. A recurring schedule gives her the structure and the flexibility that she WANTS and NEEDS!Emily is not only a service provider but a landlord and a product creator.  Like most moms she wears many hats, however in this episode she tells us what that truly looks like,  how she's evolving by creating structure in ALL her businesses that work around being a mom and how she is trying to incorporate self care as a top priority.  Which is honestly something we as women and moms should really try to do!  Let's Connect:@mamaknowsbeautybizpodcastConnect with Emily:@thebrowfox@browfoxbeauty@suitespotslo

The POTScast
E96: Jackie from Vermont, working mom with great symptom management tips

The POTScast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 41:12


Jackie developed POTS and other chronic illnesses after surgery on her foot. She delves deeply into her interests, including ways to manage her symptoms. Her optimism is inspiring as she share things that have helped her along the way. Join us for this delightful and inspiring episode! You can read the transcript for this episode here: https://tinyurl.com/potscast96 Please click the "subscribe" button so that you don't miss an episode of The POTScast. Subscribing also helps us reach other people just like you! If you liked this episode, we hope you will help to support our production costs by donating to Standing Up to POTS at https://www.standinguptopots.org/donate Tell us what you think of The POTScast or send us your idea at info@standinguptopots.org! Find out more about Standing Up to POTS! Check us out on our Website: www.standinguptopots.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/standinguptopots/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/standinguptopots/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/POTSActivist Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/TheStandingUpToPOTS/ Medical Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to serve as professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have health related issues, please contact a qualified health professional to get the personalized assessment, advice, and treatment that you need. Standing Up to POTS will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or other damages arising from the use of this podcast. Please click the "subscribe" button so that you don't miss an episode of The POTScast. Subscribing also helps us reach other people just like you! If you liked this episode, we hope you will help to support our production costs by donating to Standing Up to POTS at https://www.standinguptopots.org/donate Tell us what you think of The POTScast or send us your idea at info@standinguptopots.org! Find out more about Standing Up to POTS! Check us out on our Website: www.standinguptopots.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/standinguptopots/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/standinguptopots/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/POTSActivist Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/TheStandingUpToPOTS/ Medical Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to serve as professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have health related issues, please contact a qualified health professional to get the personalized assessment, advice, and treatment that you need. Standing Up to POTS will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or other damages arising from the use of this podcast.

The Motherly Podcast
Actress Diane Kruger on her new children's book and why we need to better support moms in the U.S.

The Motherly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:00


Diane Kruger is an actress, model and former ballet dancer–and now she can also add author to her list of credits, with the release of her new children's book "A Name from the Sky" which weaves together her own childhood story with that of her young daughter, Nova.In this episode, Diane talks to Liz about what storytelling and literature have meant to her throughout her life, and what she's learned from being trilingual–and why she wants language to empower her daughter in the same way. She also reflects on being a mother in Hollywood as well as her experience raising her daughter with her partner Norman Reedus partly in Europe–and what it has taught her about ways that we could better support mothers in the US.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.