We’re seeing a lot of change in the world right now, with the pandemic being the pivot point. I’ve seen my friends talking about smashing the patriarchy, institutions changing how they’ve always done things, and even cryptocurrency changing how we view power and money. With all these different shifts occurring, I invite you to look inward and notice any shifts you see there. How is the ... Read More
Most of us have attempted a journaling practice at least once in our lives, but likely many times. We all have the innate desire to connect with ourselves more deeply, to process our emotions, and to grow. But that desire doesn’t make sticking to a writing habit any easier. My guest today, Allison Fallon, is the author of 13 published books and the founder of Find Your Voice, a community that ... Read More
Have you noticed your child has a constant need to be moving, snacking, crying, or even obsessively listening to things? These are all behaviors that signify emotion dysregulation. There is emotion in their body that they do not know how to process, so they act out. It’s our job as moms to model emotion regulation for our children, but how can we do that if we were never taught? That’s what my ... Read More
Boundaries are essential to our happiness, energy, time, and to styling and crafting a life that we love. They’re also essential to our relationships, not in the least our relationships with our kids as they grow up. My guest today is a Boundary Boss who is here to show all of us how to go from boundary disaster to boundary master. Terri Cole is an author, licensed psychotherapist, and global ... Read More
This pandemic and the challenges that have come with it have forced many of us to realize that all we ever have is today; this moment. It’s made us re-evaluate how we were living before and how we want to live in this new normal. Through different struggles and losses in her life, my guest today made the choice to live unapologetically. Vashti Whitfield is what I would call a true alchemist; ... Read More
Society puts a lot of pressure on us moms to be the “right” kind of mother. One that is always selfless, patient, and especially, present. But what if deep in your heart, you know staying at home with the kids full time isn’t fulfilling you? My guest and I have both experienced this feeling, as well as the tremendous mom guilt that follows. Rachel Nielson is a mom of two and host of the 3 in ... Read More
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