Homemaker. Do you love that word or do you hate it a little? Most of us Marvelous Moms feel the pressure of keeping a home in order at least sometimes, right? For a lot of us, it's our "job."
Kendra Hennessy is the owner of "Mother Like a Boss" and she is on the podcast today to tell us that we don't have to let this word define us! Also, we don't have to dread cleaning our houses and everything else that comes with the word "homemaker."
This episode definitely changed my perspective on homemaking and I am excited to share it with you.
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I know every single episode is inspiring in one way or another, but wow, this one gave me the chills! Amy Twitty is our guest today and she tells us about her fighting efforts to adopt her children. I loved listening to her amazing stories and I know you will too.
Do you ever wish you were better at planning? I know I struggle to prioritize my time and stay organized, sometimes despite my best efforts. Tonya Dalton is our guest this week, and she has a business centered around productivity tools and training.
Listen to our chat, and check out her website. Happy planning!
Today's guest has chosen to remain anonymous for her own privacy. Her subject is a sensitive one but it needed to be talked about on the podcast because unfortunately, infidelity does happen sometimes. Many victims choose to leave and some, like today's guest, choose to stay.
We often think we know what we would do in a certain situation, until it actually happens to us. I hope her story can help you if you are in a similar situation, or if you know someone who's gone through it! We could all use and give a little more forgiveness, don't you think?
Thanks for listening!
Hey everyone! Happy Thursday!
Today's guest is Christina Tinker. She's a public speaker and she has also founded a parenting website! You can find the links at the bottom of this page.
I hope everyone enjoys what she has to say about parenting!
Hey Marvelous Moms! If you're looking for advice on how to be more efficient and balance your work life, this episode is for you! Suzanne is amazing. Listen to our chat to learn about her book, Mompowerment!
Click here to find the book!
I don't know how many of you have been with me from the beginning of this podcast, but if you have, you probably know how the book "The Miracle Morning" changed my life! That's why I'm so excited about this episode. Lindsay McCarthy teamed up with Hal Elrod, the author of the original book, to make a version especially designed for parents and families!
Listen as Lindsay shares a few golden ideas that led to this amazing follow-up book.
You can find her book by clicking this link below!
If you like positive people (don't we all?) you'll like Dena! Like Aubrey from last week's episode, Dena suffered the loss of a child when she delivered a still born baby. She's also recently lost several other close family members, so she is no stranger to loss.
I've never been through these kinds of experiences, but I know many people have, so I hope you can find the strength to be positive through your own trials, whatever they may be!
Aubrey is one of my longest and best friends since high school! She's amazing in every way and has been through one of the hardest trials a mother could ever be put through: losing a baby.
Whether you have been through the same thing (if so, sending so many hugs!) or you know someone who has, we hope this episode can give some much needed comfort.
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Cheryl is a mother to five kids she's adopted. I love the way she navigates motherhood with all of her unique children! She has some excellent ideas, and I couldn't help but write some of them down to use for myself! One of my favorite tidbits from Cheryl was how she decides what her day is going to be like before it even starts.
Listen to today's episode to find out more gems of information!
Cheryl wanted me to share this link with you and says "Family Involvement Center is run by parents who help other parents navigate the unique needs of raising a special needs child. They offer classes, advice, a listening ear but most importantly HOPE for parents who may have lost hope."
Happy Thursday, Marvelous Moms! Abbi Perets is on the podcast today and I know you'll enjoy her energy. She is a writer and she absolutely loves what she does! Isn't it so great that we all have different interests and we're all good at different things? Like Abbi says, "One man's boring is another man's awesome." (Or woman... of course).
Listen to today's episode to hear about the three things Abbi believes are most important for success and happiness!
Here are some awesome resources from Abbi:
We all like a good come back story, don't we? Jess Winnett grew up in a less-than-perfect home and had great examples of what not to do in her own marriage. Instead of continuing a cycle of poor choices and broken families, Jess has done everything she can to have a healthy relationship with her husband and children. She's proof that you can make a better life than your parents had, no matter how crazy things were for you growing up!
Listen for your marvelous inspiration!
Debbie Reber is on the podcast! She and I have something in common - we're the mothers of differently wired kids! Listen to the episode to see what that means. I relate to her so much, and I hope you will learn something by listening!
She has an amazing program called TiLT Parenting, and she's also coming out with a book, "Differently Wired", this June! Check out her website debbiereber.com to download a sneak preview!
Catherine Middlebrooks is a yoga teacher, mom wife, and the founder of brb Yoga. She helps mothers get their strength back after pregnancy and childbirth!
Listen to today's episode to find out why working out is different once you've had a baby, and why it's so important!
We're back after a little break! Michelle Gifford is on the podcast today talking about doing things your way. She's a business mentor, podcaster, Maskcara artist, and a photographer - just to name a few.
Check out her course! A Girlfriend's Guide to Blogging is your secret sauce to blogging to be found online. No more wasting time writing without being seen. This course walks you through step-by-step creating a blog and content that gets you found by the right people (think people searching on Google and Pinterest and finding YOU).
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Hey everyone! I've got Desiree Ward on the podcast and she is the creator of the Mom Conference. It is NEXT WEEK and I'm so excited to share this event with you. I have the opportunity to speak with lots of amazing people about different aspects of motherhood! You can watch the live event for FREE at home in your PJs snuggling with your babes. This is something you don't want to miss. We all need a refresher on our mom knowledge and education! Click my link to get your spot. HURRY!
Today's episode is a sweet treat - in more ways than one! Emily Scanlan works from home as a baker of cupcakes, cookies, and all the yummy things. She's also been through an interesting marital situation. Listen to the episode to find out what I mean!
Elizabeth Riley is on the podcast today! You know that feeling when you figure out what works best for YOUR family? That's what today's episode is all about! We all have our unique situations and schedules and families and we have to come up with our own special way of living our lives! Some things that work for one family might not be that awesome for another... and vice versa! Homeschooling is one of those things that can be GREAT if it's what fits your family! For Elizabeth, it's her way of putting her whole heart and soul into mothering.
You already know that I am a huge advocate for making money with Amazon. That's why I'm so excited to have another mama on the podcast who makes a healthy living as an Amazon seller! Amy Hoang helps other women with their selling ventures. Still not convinced that you can do things out of the "norm"? Listen to this episode for some inspiration!
It was so fun to interview Danielle! She also runs a podcast geared towards moms and all the aspects of motherhood. I can't wait for her to interview me next! This episode is a great reminder that anyone can reach their goals, even if it seems like "everyone is already doing it." There's always room for more awesomeness!
If you care about your health (shouldn't we all?) this episode is for YOU! Michelle Kelsch owns Movara Fitness Resort here in Southern Utah and she helps change lives every day by giving people the motivation they need to change their mindset when it comes to taking care of their health! There are so many ways that you and your kids can stay active and healthy. It's so important to take care of yourself so that you can better take care of your children!
Not many of us can say we've been critiqued in the tabloids, but Melisa Osmond found herself in the spotlight in a very unwelcome way. She married into a well-known family (can you guess which one?) and lives a mostly normal life. She never imagined that strangers could be so mean online! Even if you haven't been the target of cyber-bullying, we've all been victim of negative criticism at some point or another. Melisa shares how she overcame the hate in today's episode! She knows what you've been through and can say "Me, too."
Susie is a baby sleep consultant! If you struggle at all when it comes to your baby's or toddler's sleep (and we probably all do!) this episode is for you. With her business Sleep Baby Love, she shares her knowledge and experience with overcoming sleep problems.
Staci has been through her fair share of trials and has come through them with strength and grace. Faced with the challenges of an unfaithful partner and a brand new baby girl, she made the difficult choice to leave and start over for the sake of her daughter. Staci accomplished big goals while being a single mom! Since then she has remarried and now she knows what it's like to be with someone who treats her the way she deserves to be treated.
You're gonna love this one! Cat & Nat are the epitome of best mom friends. If you don't already know them, this episode will make you want to. "Momming" is better together!