Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: taking care of themselves, their families and living their God-given purpose. Every episode will help you to simplify your motherhood.Chanelle Neilson is a mother of 5 kids with a passion for marriage and family, simple living, and personal growth.
If you have experienced debt...or having bills come due without being quite sure how to pay them...or ever been really tight on funds and had to skip that fun event...then this episode is for you. Ericka Young teaches how to simplify finances and have a working financial system in the family, what we can do as parents to model and teach our kids, and how to get a hold of your spending without deprivation.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupDid you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyouVisit Ericka here:www.tailormadebudget.com7daymoneychallenge.com
Do you feel like the cost of just about everything is going up? That can especially hurt at the grocery store, when you are just trying to feed your family, but you are inwardly cringing as they ring up your items. It can be so expensive to feel your family good food! But, you don't have to give up and start eating cheap junk. There is a way to save money at the grocery store--while eating real food. Tiffany Crumbs has the solution: Grocery Budget Bootcamp. Listen to this bonus episode to learn more.For more grocery saving tips, click here.Did you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyou
Evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz always builds a self destruct button into his inventions, ensuring their failure. We all want our marriages to succeed, but are we unintentionally building in our own self destruct buttons into our relationships? This Couples Who Know episode covers three self-destruct buttons that we have to avoid to have a healthy relationship.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupDid you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyou
Did you know that if you put a turtle in a tank, it will only grow to fit the tank? You can literally stunt a turtle's growth just by not allowing it room.Turtles need the right amount of space to grow and thrive...And so do moms.None of us are in physical cages, but we can be in a much more confined pace: our minds.We can be so afraid to try something, afraid to fail, afraid of how doing that thing we want to do will change us, or our relationships...that we limit our own growth.Listen to this One Little Thing Bonus Episode to learn more!Did you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: bit.ly/simplethankyou
Jeanette knows that she has been led to where she is now. As an adoptive mom to a deaf daughter, as a podcast host, and in her everyday life, she sees how God is leading her and has created her for the season that she is in now.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupDid you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyouFollow Jeanette on Instagram at www.instagram.com/jeanettetapley
James and Chanelle's last date night was with Jennifer Finlayson-Fife. She spoke at a gathering in Newport Beach, CA. Today's One Little Thing episode is all about what I learned. Listen to Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife's episode on the podcast here: https://momswhoknowpodcast.com/2018/04/09/keys-to-marriage-relationships-that-last/ (p.s. It's my #1 top downloaded episode!)What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupDid you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyou
Do you want deeper connections and stronger relationships? Then you need more vulnerability. Brene Brown says, "The definition of vulnerability is uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. But vulnerability is not weakness; it's our most accurate measure of courage." It does take courage to get past the risk and the uncertainty and to really put yourself out there. It is vital that we learn how to do it if we want to deepen our relationships with those we care about.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
This short bonus episode will help you to narrow your focus and help you feel like you accomplished something today! It feels good to actually get stuff done- even with a houseful of little ones. This quick productivity for moms hack will help you stop feeling overwhelmed and start feeling productive.
Our physical wellness has an emotional component. To truly be well, we have to take care of not only our bodies, but also our emotional and spiritual wellness. In this episode, Adri Kyser goes through her 8 step formula for creating true wellness in all aspects of our lives.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgrouphttps://adrikyser.com/?p=4908
In this episode, James and Chanelle share memories of the 22 years since they first met. We hope that by sharing these you get to know us a little bit better, and have some fun with us! But more than that, we hope to inspire you to look back at your own relationship and remember the good times. Think about what brought you together and what you have learned about your spouse over the years. Think about the funny things, the lessons, and the good memories.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
You want a meaningful life. You want to use your creative gifts and start that project you’ve always dreamed of. You have goals and plans for the future but it feels impossible to get going on any of them when you’re so bogged down with the day-to-day busyness of ordinary life. Even if you had the answers and the next right step, how would you find the time to make your dream life happen?What if you were crystal clear on your life’s purpose & exactly what you are here to do?How would it feel to know you were creating your dream future, one small step at a time?What if you knew you had balance in reaching your goals AND your home and family?What if you felt confident you were on the right track to living a truly fulfilled life?Check out the Find Your Purpose Course to feel the satisfaction that comes from making consistent progress toward the life you dream of.The Find Your Purpose Cart is open through January 9th. Click here to learn more and get started getting clear on your purpose.
We have a vague idea of what we want in motherhood. We know we want connection with our kids, we know the little things matter, we know we have dreams we want to go after and accomplish. In this captivation episode, Kelsey Murphy gives actionable tips for defining and taking steps to plan and live the life we want. What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFor more from Kelsey, visit:https://www.instagram.com/kelseymurphy/https://www.kelseymurphy.com
It's that time of year when we start to think about what we want for the months ahead. In this short One Little Thing Episode, I challenge you to think bigger! Think about your life beyond just the next year. Where do you want to be? What is YOUR purpose? What were you sent here to do?To go deeper and really learn more about finding your purpose, I highly recommend the Find Your Purpose Course: http://www.jointheprogressproject.com/purpose?aff=4
We all have those days that just feel like our best isn't good enough. Maghon Taylor says to turn those days into confetti- beautiful trash made out of imperfect pieces. Find the joy in motherhood, mistakes, and messes. The imperfection is what makes us unique. This episode will teach you how to embrace it and feel the joy everyday.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupGet More from Maghon here:https://www.facebook.com/allshewrotenoteshttps://www.instagram.com/allshewrotenotes/www.allshewrotenotes.com
Are you putting your happiness on hold because you are waiting for your body to change first, before you can fully embrace your life and yourself? Do you find yourself holding back because you aren't comfortable with how you look? It's time to change that--not with a diet or exercise program, but with accepting your body, right now, today. This is the one life and the one body you get. It's time to embrace it. Learn more from body positivity guru Paige Fieldsted.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupVisit Paige at her website: www.paigefieldsted.com
Is stress overtaking your motherhood less than joyful? Do you want to enjoy your time with your kids everyday and truly find joy in the journey. This One Little Thing will help you to find joy every day.
When we change the way we look at things...we can change everything. This is even true in our marriage. Our relationship can improve when we actively work to change our thoughts about our partner. Listen to this episode of Couples who Know to learn more about how to change your mindset and change your marriage.Podcast Episode links:For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you've heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Do you ever just go through the days, taking care of what needs to be done NOW, but wondering if there is something more?You get caught up in the busy-ness of day to day mom life and feel disconnected from a greater sense of purpose, of doing what you are here to do. This podcast has two keys that help me live my purpose and get re-aligned with what God wants for me every day and will help you to do the same.
We all struggle to find a balance in our day to day lives between our own needs and our kids needs. Comedian Jenna Kim Jones also has a successful career to balance, and she does this by knowing what her true purpose is: to be a great mom and a great example. She has to shift her priorities to make sure she is alignment with what really matters to her, and through it all she has realized what really leads to happiness in mom life.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupYou can follow Jenna Kim Jones on Instagram: @JKJandAL; @JennaKimJones;Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JKJandAL/
Distracted motherhood is anything thing shifts our priorities out of alignment. We can be really busy with things that really don't matter. This short episode will help you to stop being a distracted mom and simplify your motherhood by focusing on what matters most.What One Little Thing stood out to you? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or https://www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
I am a young/ old mom. A mom who has been around a while and who has teenagers, but who is also in the trenches with a three year old. From this unique perspective, I get to do it all over again. It has been different this time around. Here are the things I wish I would have known when I was a young mom starting off. If I could go back, these are the things I would do differently.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
We hear a lot about self care these days, but how do we really get it when times are busy and we have so many other things going on? Heather Adams breaks down some ways that self care can fit into your busy mom life. Her fresh and fun ideas will help you to prioritize taking care of yourself so you can be your best self and live your best life.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFollow Heather on IG @heatherdixonadams Visit Heather's website here: Choice Media and Communications
What do the greatest athletes, the greatest authors and the world's greatest chefs all have in common? They do one thing over and over and over and get really really good at it. They know what skill matters to them to make them the best in their field. As moms, we aren't competing with anyone else to be the "best," but we do want to be the best moms we can for our kids. There is something we can learn from the worlds top performers about focusing on what matters most. This short episode will help you know how to get more intentional about motherhood.Would you please take a minute and fill out this brief survey so I can get to know you better? I'm on a mission to really connect with my listeners and get to know you better!
What does a wife need most from her husband? What does a husband need most from his wife? This podcast talks about what our primary needs are and how to meet them, through giving a wife love and a husband respect. James and Chanelle Neilson talk about what to do when one spouse is not showing up in the way we wish they would, and specific things you can do to try to change your marriage for the better- whether or not your spouse is on board.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Moms Who Know do LESS so they can focus on what matters most. But how can you do less when you have so many things to do?? Here are four things you can simplify that will help you do less and prioritize what matters most to you.View the Live Facebook Video and discuss this podcast here.
Melanie Wellman has been through a few hard things. She lost her dad to cancer at a young age, she suffered with postpartum depression, and she was divorced after being married for 23 years. But the struggles have made her stronger and have helped her identify her purpose, who she really is, and helped her to help other people. We can own the hard stuff, let go of the false idea of perfection and grow into who we are meant to be.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupLearn more about Melanie's work here: www.comefollowmeforus.com
Do you want to make changes in your life, but find things continuing on the same way? When you learn great information, are you able to put it into practice and take action on it? Sometimes, it is our thoughts holding us back. In this brief episode, Chanelle explains some of the thoughts that might be keeping you from seeing the changes you want to see.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
A life vision gives you greater clarity, a stronger vision of your potential and helps you see the big picture. This will help you to live out what you want to do with self care, family relationships and living your God-given purpose. This podcast will give you ideas on how to create your own life vision and help you understand why you need one.For more details and tips (and the show notes) visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
What does it mean to be a good mom? Becky Squire says that it has more to do with what we teach than what our kids do. We need to work hard as moms to teach them true leadership skills that will help them become self reliant and happy individuals.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupVisit Becky's website: www.beckysquire.com
Do you find yourself losing your cool with your kids? Expecting them to act a certain way...but they never do? Chantel Allen has some great strategies that will change the way you look at your child's behavior-- and your own. Her method focuses on getting rid of expectations and understanding ourselves so that we can truly take responsibility for how we feel.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupTo get more from Chantel, listen to her podcast here.
Disagreeing in marriage is necessary to work things out. But fights can turn ugly and bring you closer apart, leaving you feeling lonely and bitter. In this episode, James and Chanelle Neilson talk about how to fight in a way that will bring you closer and strengthen your marriage. With specific tips on how to fight- and how not to- you will be prepared to communicate in a more positive and loving way.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
The Four Habit Tendencies (from Gretchen Rubin) help you understand your nature and motivation when it comes to habits. When you understand this...you can hack it! This understanding allows you to really use techniques that work so that you can see change in your life leading to greater health, happiness, stronger relationships and more purpose.
How do you define your purpose? Jennifer Allwood has figured out her purpose, and even though she has a large social media following and a 7 figure a year business, her purpose is first to be a wife, then to be a mother, then to run a business. Her journey will help you get closer to your god-given purpose as she teaches strategies for understanding and living an intentional life.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFollow Jennifer here on Facebook and on Instagram.
Moms Who Know is making some changes! In this episode I will explain what is to come. Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: their family relationships, taking care of self and living their God-given purpose. When you focus on doing little things that make a difference in the things that matter most, you will be growing in the best ways. Listen to this episode to learn how you can be involved in Moms Who Know.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo join the conversation visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
How we move our body changes as we change. Sometimes we need to slow down and listen to what our body needs. Julia Hickman learned that after pushing herself really hard physically, she needed to rest and slow down. Her approach to a healthy lifestyle allows some wiggle room and mindfulness so that people can tune in to what their bodies really need.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupJulia can be found here:www.instagram.com/thepetitefastinistawww.facebook.com/thefitfemmestribe
Blended families face a unique challenge: dealing with another mom in your kids lives (and your own life!). Erin and Tina Gipford are a biological mom and stepmom who have decided to make peace with each other to make things smoother for the kids. Their unique and empathetic approach to handling their life situation is a reminder to all of us that we get to choose how we want to show up even in the toughest of situations.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFor more from the Gipford moms, visit: gipfordmoms.com
Parents have a lot to navigate when it comes to tech. How do we do it without fighting? In this episode, Chelsea Brown helps us to know how to create healthy tech habits and have the hard conversations around technology use in our families.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupChelsea: digitalmomtalk.com
It's the inevitable. Once you've been married for a while, things start to become familiar, stale and even boring. How do you keep the relationship growing when you've been married for a while? This episode highlights 10 ways to keep boredom and familiarity from killing the relationship.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
I recently had an experience meeting with a business coach. The time spent face to face was powerful. This episode explains why, and how you can get the power of face to face connection in your own life to help you grow.To see upcoming events, visit: https://momswhoknowpodcast.com/events/
We need to stop thinking about parenting our kids and start thinking about modeling to our kids. When we change ourselves, our kids will emulate our behavior. In this great episode, parenting expert Ann Kaplan shares 3 powerful tips on how to raise great kids.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupGet Ann's free guide: bit.ly/mamaguide
To say Sandra Jarvis has been through a lot in her life is an understatement. Her story is full of struggles and challenges; things that were dealt to her. Instead of being bitter at all that has gone on in her life, she has chosen peace and joy in the hard times. This episode will help you to look at your challenges with a different perspective, and to find peace and joy no matter the circumstances.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Moms are often torn between the desire to make money and the desire to be home and have time with their kids. Kristin Ostrander has found a way to have both time and money. In this episode, she explains how to make money from home, even when your kids are little and time is precious. Her thoughts on balance, time management and dreaming are just what today's moms need.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupTo learn more from Kristin:startfbatoday.comdreambigstepsmall on amazonkristinostrander.com/15minutehustlemommy income.com/podcast
Work on your happiness like it's a full time job. Finding happiness comes from understanding ourselves. We need to explore our past, let go of comparison, and find gratitude for the good things in life. Marta Spirk loves to encourage moms to find themselves and their happiness as they raise their children.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo join the conversation, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or the moms who know facebook group.Marta's links:www.instagram.com/momdoesitall_Mom Does it All Facebook Group https://martaspirk.coach
Figuring out what habits you need and WHY allows you to shift and prioritize so your habits and routines give you just what you need.Habits can be your greatest supporter in motherhood.They are the ultimate form of ease. When you understand yourself, and what you really need, and then you get your habits in alignment-- it's magical.If you want to understand yourself better, feel in the flow and get your daily habits supporting your biggest goals, you NEED my new workshop.One Little Thing is a one day workshop that will leave you with new habits, routines and a fresh perspective on mom life.For all the details, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/events
Transitions in life (like moving, having a baby or changing jobs) can make life feel a little out of controls. We can use habits and routines to stay in control and to really prioritize what matters most to us. Motherhood is a process of constantly reinventing ourselves, says Maria Alcoke. When we learn how to navigate transitions smoothly, we will discover who we really are as moms.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupwww.enginemom.comwww.instagram.com/the_engine_mom
When we love our bodies enough to make a choice that we love them the way they are right now, it changes everything. We aren't ruled by shame. When we love our bodies enough, we will change the way we think about them, the way we care for them and the way we view indulgences and treats. Love yourself enough to listen to this episode!For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Monica Tanner has tried a lot of different things to get where she is today, but she has no regrets. Each step has gotten her clearer on her purpose and her mission. Each step has helped her to get over fear and to learn more about what she really needs to pursue and to do in this world. Part of that is a mission to just do some good. Monica is the founder of a non-profit that focuses on service and doing good in the community. Listen and learn how you can get over your fears and find your own purpose.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFind Monica here:www.instagram.com/monitanner1 www.instagram.com/justdosomegoodOn Facebook: Monica Tanner and Just Do Some Goodonthebrightersideoflife.comjustdosomegood.org
All marriages need support: both from within the marriage and from outside sources. This episode talks about how o find a support system that will build up your marriage when times or tough or help to maintain your marriage when things are going well. Getting the right support can help couples get through tough times stronger than ever.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Reflecting on our thoughts can help us see which thought patterns are serving us and are helpful and which are destructive patterns of thought that cause unwanted feelings and emotions. One of these thoughts is the idea that we "Should" do certain things. Jessica Jackson explains how removing that word from our thoughts and words opens up our options and helps us get rid of mom guilt.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupTo listen to Jessica's podcast, go to: www.thrivinginmotherhoodpodcast.com
Do you ever feel frustrated with your kids? I found myself stuck in a pattern of being frustrated with one son who just wouldn't get stuff done! This was starting to affect our relationship, so I tried an experiment to see if me changing one thing would make a difference. Listen and find out what I did to see if it will help your kids get their work done and have a happier home and family.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
How many of us are stuck in unhealhjty eating habits? We want to be thin and yet, something keeps us from getting there and staying there. Erin Wathen struggled for many years with sticking to her diet. She thought the problem was her fault, but over years of study, she learned that it wasn't. She needed some new mindsets and information that would help her to make and stick to changes and get away from emotional eating. What she learned will help you to conquer your own emotional eating for good. For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupGet more from Erin here: www.erinwathenwellness.com
We all want to feel peace in our marriage, but sometimes there can be a counterfeit to real peace. In this episode of Couples who Know, James and Chanelle talk about being a peacemaker versus being a peacekeeper. Peacekeepers keep the peace- getting along without always getting to the heart of what's going on. Peacemakers, on the other hand, have a harder road, but one that leads to actual peace and understanding.or show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
The time with our kids at home goes so quickly. It is important to make the most of it by having meaningful conversations that help us to really get to know and connect with our children every day. Jennifer Zumbiel thinks that our world is desperate for the connection that comes from really looking at each other, talking to each other, and she knows that parents especially,. want to use their time with their kids well. She gives lots of great ideas on how to connect and have meaningful conversations with your kids.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupJennifer can be found on Instagram @ togathermoments or on Facebook at togathermomentsTo get your free sample of the game, go to: www.togathermoments.com/tryLearn more at www.togathermoments.com
It's Moms Who Know Podcast's anniversary! We are celebrating two years of podcasting with 7 life lessons that the podcast has taught me. These life lessons apply to everyone. Listen and be sure to let me know what YOU have learned over the last two years! For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Everyone's definition of success is different. We have to figure out what it means for us. Otherwise, we can find success and still fill unfulfilled or even unhappy. Success isn't about comparison or about what anyone else is doing on social media: success is a very personal decision for each of us. In this episode, Laura Gassner Otting helps us understand what success really means for each of us.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupLauragassnerotting.com/momswhoknowQuiz at limitlessassessment.comConnect on social @heylgo
When we go through change in life, it requires us to make adjustments in our marriage. We can use each change to either grow closer together, or it can pull us apart. This podcast offers ideas on how to adjust and use change to make our marriages stronger than ever.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
What will our kids remember? What traditions does our family have? What do you remember about your own home growing up? Jessica Smartt says that we can be memory making moms and intentionally choose what kind of memories our kids have of their growing up years. We can celebrate things, big and little, create special moments, and make memories that last.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFor more from Jessica, visit: www.memorymakingmom.com or visit her at www.instagram.com/jessica.smartt
This episode will teach you how to:Get in the habit of doing something to fortify yourself every day. Strengthen your weakest areas and make them the strongest. Plan ahead- fortify before the battle rages.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Family Culture is the vehicle that gets your family where you want it to go- or at least it can be. You family culture will carry your family along, but if you decide to create a deliberate and intentional family culture, you will drive your family toward the destination you choose for them. In this episode, Jodi explains the importance of aamily culture, and ideas that we can put into practice to develop what we want to see in our families. For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupTo connect with Jodi, visit: www.instagram.com/familyculturepodcastJodi's website: www.homeandfamilyculture.com
We hear about the importance of good communication in marriage a lot. But somehow, it can still be a struggle! In this episode of Couples Who Know, James and Chanelle talk about communication- what gets in the way and keeps us from having good communication, what a really great conversation can look like, and how to make it happen regularly.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup
Having a baby is always a time of adjustment- lack of sleep, a new little person to love and care for, and phuyical and hormonal changes for mom is a lot to deal with all at once. Some women also experience "baby blues"-- but how do you know when baby blues has turned into something more serious? In this episode, mom of 5, Charlyn Heitritter talks about her experience and goes deep into what PPD and anxiety actually feels like, and how it was a different experience than with her other babies. Share this episode with anyone who is going through similar things so they don't feel so alone.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Shauna was a young mom and found herself struggling to find herself after having her first baby at age 22. She had to re-establish her sense of self. Navigating this process with her husband, she learned what she needed to do for herself to find growth and a life that she was passionate about.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comShauna's website: www.makingmoxie.comCommunity for female entrepreneurs: https://making-moxie.mn.co/DIY marketing audit for small business owners who are looking to build their own strategy: https://www.makingmoxie.com/small-biz-marketing-audit
40-90% of what you do each day is done by habit. Your habits make your day run on autopilot. So, when you upgrade your habits, you will see true and lasting change in your life. You will make progress on what matters to you. You will accomplish your goals. Ready to create some new habits? Here are 4 steps that will help you create habits that stick.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comOn Instagram: @momswhoknowpodcastOn Facebook: @momswhoknowpodcastgroup and @momswhoknowpodcast
Raising kids is an amazing and exhausting adventure. Trying to keep a marriage strong while raising kids takes work and intention. In this episode, James and I share insights that have helped us be stronger parents and a stronger couple so that we grow together in the process of raising kids.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Susan Jeide has had many diagnoses over her life, including cancer and Lyme disease. She has been so sick that doctors have sent her home to die. She has had to struggle as a mom with how to say goodbye to her children. Susan has learned through years of illness how to find joy through the pain and to look for the good in the darkest moments.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFollow Susan on Instagram: www.instagram.com/susiejeide
Dr. Lady Doctor (Kelly Culwell) says, "Don't be ashamed. Your healthcare provider has seen it all! She wants to know what you're worried about." In this episode, we talk about all things women's health: our cycles, ovulation, birth control, trying to conceive, and dealing with our periods.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo reach Dr. Culwell:www.drladydoctor.comwww.facebook.com/drladydoctor www.instagram.com/drladydoctor
This episode is talking about failure. Not failure in general, but my recent failure. I was able to get clear and learn from this experience. There are so many ways to learn! As we get more and more information in our lives, how do we implement it and use it for personal growth? That's what you'll learn in this episode!Challenge: Post what you learned from this episode on social media.Instagram: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastFor show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Can budgets be fun? Can you and your spouse be on the same page about your finances? Will a budget work for you?In this episode of Couples Who Know, James and Chanelle talk about what has and hasn't worked for them with money, why it is so important for both partners to know what is going on with the finances and how to make it work on a practical level.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Jori Reed was adopted as an infant, so she knew what it was like to be raised in an adoptive family. After growing up, Jori had an unexpected pregnancy and gave her own baby up for adoption. Having experienced adoption as an adoptee and as a birth mom gives her a unique perspective on adoption that will help us all understand this beautiful process more clearly.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1760322290688801/
Dr. Samantha Brody says, "You can't fail at self care." When we know how we want to feel, we can take a step back and decide what will give us that feeling. Self care is the loving act of seeing what we need- and making it a priority to get our needs met.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor dinner planning solutions, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/dinnerFor more information and to get Dr. Samantha's book, visit: www.drsamantha.com
Powerful Questions lead to powerful answers. They lead to greater trust.They show you care about the relationship.They give you specific actions to take to strengthen your relationship.They shed light on what matters to the other person.They have the power to shift your relationships.This episode was originally part of the Women's Empire Virtual Summit.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor details on Ultimate Morning Makeover, visit this link.
In 1979 a plane flew out for a sightseeing tour. Unbeknownst to the pilots and passengers, the coordinates were off by a few degrees. The pilots, not realizing where they were, crashed the plane and everyone on board was lost.Even a few degrees matter. They matter for marriages as much as they do for flights. When we take care of the little things in marriage, we take care of the big things. For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comGet all the info about Ultimate Morning Makeover here.
Dealing with weight loss struggles wasn't always an issue for Sarah Nitta. She thought if she could just pretend she didn't have a problem, no one else would notice either. After gaining 80 pounds as a newlywed, and unable to have children because of her weight, Sarah knew something had to change. She applied for and competed on The Biggest Loser. This episode talks about her experience on the show and what life has been like since.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Imagine being a self sufficient single mother, able to handle a demanding career and whatever life throws at you. Imagine suddenly having a grand mal seizure that changes everything. Alisa Kennedy Jones was diagnosed with epilepsy at age 40, and she has a new outlook on life. For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comAlisa's website: alisajones.comHer book is called Gotham Girl Interrupted
When one spouse is growing and the other feels stagnant, it can affect a marriage. In this episode, James and Chanelle discuss how to grow both personally and as a couple, and how to make sure that you are supporting your spouse and helping the relationship to grow.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor Mind Body Transformation LIVE, visit: www.momswhonknowpodcast.com/mindbody
When our hormones are out of balance, it affects every aspect of our lives. But there are things we can do that will affect the way our hormones interact with each other. Dana Palmer is a holistic health practitioner who understands how to keep things working optimally. This episode will help you to deal with common hormonal issues.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor Mind Body Transformation LIVE, check out: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/mindbodyDana's website: www.danapalmercoaching.comBalanced Hormones, Balanced Life Podcast
How do we teach our kids to be healthy without pressure? Health coach Carelyn Torres leads us through some great ideas for getting our kids to eat healthy foods in this episode. She talks about dealing with picky eaters and ways that we can m are meals enjoyable.For show notes, www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo get more details on Mind Body Transformation, visit: www.momswhopodcast.com/mindbodyTo see Carelyn's website: www.carelyntorres.com
For the past several years, I have chosen a word to focus on. It has taught me a lot of things- about the word, but mostly about myself. This episode explains the concept of choosing a word and how it can help guid your life and decision making.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo get more information about Mind Body Transformation Live, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/mindbody
Our physical bodies need maintenance, and so do our energetic bodies. Reiki master Mindi Faulkner talks about how we can clear stale energy and take care of our energetic and emotional needs though Reiki.For Mind Body Transformation LIVE, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/mindbodyFor show notes, visit: www.momswhowknowpodcast.com
Do you ever feel like you don't have enough time? Diane Randall felt like that. At age 30, she found herself a single mother of 2, trying to balance work and a career and never feeling like she had enough time. In this episode, she helps moms who want to find more time in their day. These five ideas will help moms to know how to create time for themselves!To get details on Mind Body Transformation LIVE (and get your free cookbook before 11/30) visit; www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/mindbodyFor show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor more from Diane, visit: www.dianerandallconsults.comDiane's book can be found here: https://www.dianerandallconsults.com/jumpstart-your-life
All moms feel the struggle to balance what we wanted motherhood to look like with what motherhood is. Sarah Beth has had to learn to navigate her ideas and plans with having two boys and a hugely successful YouTube channel.This podcast will help you to be a little easier on yourself as you navigate motherhood.Visit Sarah Beth Yoga on YouTubeFor show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
When bad things happen, do you think they make you feel bad? Life coach Hannah Coles explains that there is a step between life's circumstances and the way we feel. That step empowers us to choose how we want to feel. This mental mindset shift will help you to take your mental self care to a whole new level.To join Ultimate Morning Makeover, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/morningVisit Hannah at : www.thecatalystcoaching.comFor show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Ralphie Jacobs studied childhood education and says her true passion is teaching children, but she realized that spending a few hours with a child would impact them for a while, but if she could teach the parents, she would impact their lives. She strives to encourage and strengthen families and create generational change.Ultimate Morning Makeover starts November 1st. Join here.For show notes, visit www.momswhoknowpodcast.comVisit her at www.instagram.com/simplyonpurpose
Moms are busy. We want to do so many things: things for our families- like making dinner and keeping the house clean, things for our relationships- like keeping our marriage strong and spending time with friends, and things for ourselves- like developing our talents and accomplishing goals!But somehow, at the end of the day, you can look back and feel like nothing got accomplished.There just wasn't enough time in the day.If you want to take time back and feel like you are adding hours back to your day, this podcast will help you to create more time in your life!To add more time in your life with Ultimate Morning Makeover: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/morningFor Show Notes, visit www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
Sarah and her husband are the founders of withthekings.com. She’s a mom of 3 with another baby on the way. Her online courses and passive income have allowed her business to grow to over a million dollars while working 5 hours or less each week. This discussion about goals and side hustles will help all moms who want to be their best selves.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor your free gift from Sarah, visit: www.withthekings.com/podcastgift
Kristen Carbone watched her mom suffer and die from breast cancer, and she knew she didn't want her kids to have to watch her go through the same fate. So, at a young age, she underwent preventative double mastectomy. This podcast episode talks about her experiences and how she has gone on to help other women who are going through this experience.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFollow her on Instagram @brilliantly.co or her website: www.brilliantly.co
Lauren Kinney has been an educator for the last 38 years. She knows how to teach young children and how to make the most out of every learning opportunity. This episode will help you find new ways to engage your child and help them continue to learn new things daily.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFollow Moms Who Know Podcast on Instagram: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcastJoin the Facebook Group: www.facebook.com (Moms Who Know Podcast Group)
Growth is uncomfortable. In this podcast, I tell you about my experience with doing some pretty uncomfortable things and how that is pushing me to grow and get stronger in ways I didn't expect.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
It is THE struggle of motherhood: overwhelming, relentless, tiring days. Feeling like you are not enough. Feeling like it's all too much. April Berezay felt all that and more. With 3 boys in 18 months, debt, a struggling marriage and low self worth, she knew she needed to make a change. Her journey of growth and the things she realized will help you when you are struggling with feeling overwhelmed.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor our show sponsor, Your Dinner is Planned, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/dinnerTo learn more from April Berezay, follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com
Getting started on the motherhood journey is full of so many unknowns. We all have a picture of what it will be like, but reality often doesn't measure up. In this great episode, Meg Tilton talks about her experiences with motherhood and what she wished she would have understood as a young mother.For show notes, visit www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor the show sponsor, visit www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/dinnerFollow on Instagram: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcastListen to Meg at The 8 Cow LifeVisit her website: www.the8cowlife.comJoin her facebook group: www.facebook.com/the8cowlifeFollow on Instagram: www.instagram.com/the8cowlife
We've all been there. We're trying to make dinner and the baby is crying, the toddler is making messes and your husband is running late. Why is the dinner hour so hard!? Jasmine Schmalhaus has the answer. Meal planning and shopping tips that will help you to get a healthy dinner on the table fast, so you can enjoy your time with your family.She has created a program called Your Dinner is Planned that includes healthy recipes, grocery lists and more to help you make the most overwhelming part of your day a little bit easier!Click here for more detailsFollow Jasmine on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jazzythingsFor Show Notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
After having four kids, we thought we were done. We loved our family and it felt complete. So, at age 38 when I found out I was expecting, I was beyond surprised! This episode talks about the experience of having our fifth baby and lessons I learned about faith and love through our sweet little guy.For show notes, and to see pictures of our baby Carter, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
There is power in journaling and seeing our thoughts on paper. That's why Michelle Guajardo recommends her clients use journals to work through their feelings and their limiting beliefs. In this episode, she helps us understand how to journal, why we should, and what to write. This episode will help you to start on a journaling habit or up level your journaling practice. For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor Michelle's Free 21 day Journal, visit: www.soulempoweredjournal.com
Jeremy Roadruck is a master at Kung Fu and has noticed many patterns between parents and children during that time. In Kung Fu, you have to understand what your opponent will do and respond accordingly. Parenting is a lot like this, he says. It's a game we can win by understanding our children's needs and teaching them the principles he shares in this episode. For show notes, visit www.readwithyou.orgTo get a free call with Jeremy to answer your parenting questions, visit his website: www.parentingprogram.com
LeeAnn Taylor is a mother of 5 children, 3 of whom were born with Fragile X Syndrome. Her experiences taught her what it truly means to be a mother, and forced her to make many difficult decisions along the way.For show notes (and the self care challenge) visit: momswhoknowpodcast.comLeeAnn's website: www.leeanntaylor.comLeeAnn's Facebook: www.facebook.com/LeeAnnTaylorStoryGet her book on amazon here.
Do you ever find yourself comparing what you are doing to what other moms are doing? We all know that isn't the way to feel our best, but we sometimes get stuck in this trap of comparing. Kristle Neeson noticed herself doing this as a young mom and she didn't like how she was feeling. In this episode, she goes over great ideas for getting out of the comparison trap and being present with your kids.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comKristle's blog: www.themamasway.com
What keeps you going as a mom? Crystalee Beck knows just what works for her: these powerful 6 mantras that have helped her to be brave and to choose her thoughts. This conversation will inspire you to reach for your dreams, to feel like you are enough, to let go of comparison, and to be the best mom that you can today.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor more details on Crystalee's business and adventure retreat for moms visit: www.mamaspringbreak.com
Your capacity, or ability to do and handle things as a mom effects how you handle thing everyday. We all have limited capacity. This episode talks about how we can increase our capacity so that we can enjoy more of what we do with less stress.For Show Notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comFor more information about Mind Body Transformation, go to: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com/resourcesTo Learn More about the Mom Me Event: www.yourblissevents.com and remember to use code MOMBOSS
We all know that having a baby changes your body, but we don't always realize that what we do AFTER childbirth can affect our pelvic floor and core also! Catherine Middlebrooks specializes in helping postpartum women heal their bodies so that they can have a full recovery and feel strong again.For show notes, visit: momswhoknowpodcsat.comCatherine's website: www.brbyoga.comFor your core and pelvic floor strengthening cheatsheet, go to: momswhoknowpodcast.com/resources