Episode 21: Kathleen Harper – certified life coach for mamas and author of The Well-Crafted Mom

SEASON ONE FINALE! A well-fed chat with Kathleen Harper – certified life coach for mamas and author of The Well-Crafted Mom*. We dust off expectations to reveal hope, discuss owning our feelings (and recognizing the root causes), shifting the “shoulds”  to wants and wishes, the importance of recharging first before jumping into what will feed your soul, reframing your brain and rescheduling your life and how forming connections with a tribe of mamas reveal more similarities than differences (not to mention, inspires camaraderie and healing):

*Send Kathleen an email at thewellcraftedmom@gmail.com to get your FREE copy of The Well-Crafted Mom

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Episode 20: Lisa Porter – CEO and founder of The Women’s Coaching Academy, and the newly rebranded Spark and Profit coaching company and companion podcast

An igniting chat with Lisa Porter – CEO and founder of The Women’s Coaching Academy and the newly rebranded Spark and Profit coaching company and companion podcast. We discuss starting (or ending) the day with yourself and your needs, the importance of designated work time and family time (and scheduled time off from both!), turning passions and skills into income on your own terms, making a plan (sticking to it not required), letting go of perfection and the magic of just doing it:

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Episode 19: Kelly Covert – co-owner of the Strong Body Whole Heart Podcast and Transformational Coaching Company

A worthy chat with Kelly Covert – co-owner of the Strong Body Whole Heart transformational coaching company and co-host of the companion podcast. We discuss the futility of perfectionism and expectations, the magical year of intentional under-achieving, finding empowerment through self-love, parenting for the family you have, taking responsibility for the choices we make (and recognizing our own power to make changes), creating space to ask the questions (and really listening to the answers), and how saying “no” is for now…not forever:

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Episode 18: Shira Richter – Interdisciplinary Visual Artist working to unapologetically increase awareness to the feminist politics of motherhood

A juicy chat with Shira Richter – Interdisciplinary Visual Artist working to unapologetically increase awareness to the feminist politics of motherhood. We discuss mothering the muse (and the self), funneling your creative energy to the correct channels, not forsaking art for motherhood or motherhood for art, always looking for the beauty, the strange species that are artist-mothers, feminist economics and the importance of conversations between artists (especially women!):

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Episode 17: Molly O’Rourke – Owner of One & Supp, a floral and event design studio located in Midcoast Maine

An ever-evolving chat with Molly O’Rourke – owner of One & Supp, a floral and event design studio located in Midcoast Maine. We discuss recognizing when it’s time to make a move (literally and creatively), the magic of being a multipotentialite, embracing transitions and natural ebbs and flows, how running a business and being a mom are eerily similar, finding freedom through community, and making decisions based on what actually works with your current reality (and recognizing that you can always change course).

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Episode 16: Britney Gardner – national brand strategist, personal branding photographer and host of The Know, Like & Trust Show podcast.

A powerful chat with Britney Gardner – national brand strategist, personal branding photographer and host of The Know, Like & Trust Show podcast. We discuss accepting that you can’t do it all (so do what you can), the importance of boundaries between work and home (even when you work AT home), recognizing when a new direction is calling you through signs & synchronicity, and the magic of truly seeing/revealing the fullest potential of your personal power*:


*Special announcement! I was so inspired by interviewing Britney that I’ve since been working away on the official Who’s Your Mama personal branding guide for the creative mama (not the actual title, but I can’t give everything away!) – follow me on social media and stay tuned for more details in the coming months!

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Episode 15: Amber Hobbins, former teacher turned professional nanny and family road-tripper extraordinaire

A wandering (but not lost!) chat with Amber Hobbins – former teacher turned professional nanny and road-tripper extraordinaire who documented her family’s travels on a blog called Gypsy 3 Wandering. We discuss embracing BIG change (even if you’re a “planner”), investing in nature, breastfeeding in cave dwellings, the joy of “short-serving friends,” how to have an epic 1st birthday, and the moment the path became clear (in the shadow of mountains):

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