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February 17, 2020
3 “opportunities” we have to practice patience (and get better at it!) every day in our parenting
February 10, 2020
3 ways to understand your anxious feelings and how to manage them.
February 3, 2020
3 ways to understand why your husband parents differently than you and how to use those differences to thrive.
January 20, 2020
3 conversations to have with your children to start discussions about racism.
January 13, 2020
Does your daily schedule feel deeply fulfilling, or do you often feel like life is a bit of a runaway train? Are your authentic values reflected by how you spend your time, or are your days filled up with things you've said yes to just because you felt that you "should"? Today's episode is for any mother who is searching for more intention, clarity, and calm in her day-to-day schedule. For the full show notes and all links mentioned in the episode go to: 3in30podcast.com/112-declutter-schedule
January 6, 2020
Do you feel that you are on the verge of major mom-burnout? If so, you are not alone. All mothers go through stages of exhaustion, discouragement, and overwhelm. But this should not be our everyday norm! This episode features three simple strategies for building more daily rest and self-care into your mom-life, so you can feel more happiness, fulfillment, and contentment every day: 1) Spend meaningful time with your kids. 2) Spend meaningful time without your kids. 3) Say aloud what you need. To get all of the concrete ideas that go along with each takeaway, listen to the full episode! And don't forget to sit down after you've listened to make a plan for one action step you can take in each area. You are meant to thrive, not just survive. We are rooting for you! Show Notes -Join us for a live ONLINE "Declutter Your Motherhood" workshop on Tuesday, January 28th! Information and tickets available at 3in30podcast.com/workshops (3in30podcast.com/workshops) . -Episode 33: How to Get your Kids to do Quiet Time (https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/quiet_time/) .
December 2, 2019
A social worker who has worked with people experiencing homelessness for over 10 years shares 3 takeaways for what we as mothers can do to help
November 25, 2019
Whether or not you are a runner, you are going to love this episode about lessons that Taffy Micheli, a mother of five, learned about gratitude while training for the Boston Marathon. Listen in to hear her thoughts on 3 truly life-changing mantras that she has relied on to get her through long runs. They are equally applicable to all of the difficult experiences in our lives! 1) Notice the tailwinds. 2) Look up. 3) Run the mile you\'re in. I’ve heard from many listeners that this is one of their all-time favorite episodes–so don’t miss it! Show Notes 3 in 30 episode about “looking up” from our phones: https://3in30podcast.com/phones/ “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread” by D Todd Christofferson: https://www.lds.org/broadcasts/article/ces-devotionals/2011/01/give-us-this-day-our-daily-bread?lang=eng
November 18, 2019
A mother who struggles with bipolar disorder and depression gives three takeaways for finding help.
November 11, 2019
Today's episode aims to build awareness for moms who have wondered if they may be struggling with mental illness and a few basic coping skills for what to do when you are in the midst of it.
November 11, 2019
Today\'s episode aims to build awareness for moms who have wondered if they may be struggling with mental illness and a few basic coping skills for what to do when you are in the midst of it.
November 4, 2019
I know this is not news to anyone, but…caring for our marriages is SO IMPORTANT (and not always easy)! Which is why I’m so excited to share three ways to improve your marriage today. I had the opportunity to attend “An Evening with the Gottmans” date night in October, and I decided to do a followup Zoom call to discuss my takeaways with anyone from my email list who wanted to join. I included a worksheet for fill out during the call to make this as actionable as possible because, as I’ve mentioned before, we all know that marriage gets put on the back burner way too often. This week’s episode on 3 in 30 is a replay of that Zoom call, so you can ALL participate! >>Click HERE to download the worksheet if you want to fill it out as you listen or after you listen!
November 4, 2019
I know this is not news to anyone, but…caring for our marriages is SO IMPORTANT (and not always easy)! Which is why I’m so excited to share three ways to improve your marriage today. I had the opportunity to attend “An Evening with the Gottmans” date night in October, and I decided to do a followup Zoom call to discuss my takeaways with anyone from my email list who wanted to join. I included a worksheet for fill out during the call to make this as actionable as possible because, as I’ve mentioned before, we all know that marriage gets put on the back burner way too often. This week’s episode on 3 in 30 is a replay of that Zoom call, so you can ALL participate! >>Click HERE to download the worksheet if you want to fill it out as you listen or after you listen!< Here are my three takeaways from a night with the Gottmans… 3 Ways to Improve Your Marriage Play with your spouse. Consider: What are you currently doing to play with your spouse, and what can you start going? Listen to your spouse. Consider:When is your spouse most likely to talk to you, and how can you make yourself more emotionally available during that time?  Express gratitude for your spouse. Consider: What are 3 reasons you are grateful for your spouse right now? TELL THEM. Show Notes: Eight Dates by John and Julie Gottman (their newest book!) Episode 95 with Nate Bagley: 3 Rituals of Connection for your Marriage I want to hear how YOU put these takeaways into action this week! Follow along on Instagram and join the conversation. Also…do you have any tips on ways to improve your marriage?  If so, share in a comment below!
November 4, 2019
I know this is not news to anyone, but&#8230;caring for our marriages is SO IMPORTANT (and not always easy)! Which is why I&#8217;m so excited to share three ways to improve your marriage today. I had the opportunity to attend &#8220;An Evening with the Gottmans” date night in October, and I decided to do a followup Zoom call to discuss my takeaways with anyone from my email list who wanted to join. I included a worksheet for fill out during the call to make this as actionable as possible because, as I’ve mentioned before, we all know that marriage gets put on the back burner way too often. This week&#8217;s episode on 3 in 30 is a replay of that Zoom call, so you can ALL participate! >>Click HERE to download the worksheet if you want to fill it out as you listen or after you listen!
November 4, 2019
I know this is not news to anyone, but...caring for our marriages is SO IMPORTANT (and not always easy)! Which is why I'm so excited to share three ways to improve your marriage today. I had the opportunity to attend "An Evening with the Gottmans” date night in October, and I decided to do a followup Zoom call to discuss my takeaways with anyone from my email list who wanted to join. I included a worksheet for fill out during the call to make this as actionable as possible because, as I’ve mentioned before, we all know that marriage gets put on the back burner way too often. This week's episode on 3 in 30 is a replay of that Zoom call, so you can ALL participate! >>Click HERE to download the worksheet if you want to fill it out as you listen or after you listen!
October 28, 2019
If you&#8217;re anything like me, you sometimes realize with surprise that you&#8217;ve entered a different (and easier) phase of motherhood.  You didn&#8217;t even notice it slowly shifting. But you suddenly realize that your babies have started sleeping longer stretches at night. Or, they have really learned to put their shoes on by themselves. Or they are beside you helping prepare their lunch for school the next day. (What the heck??) Transitions like these are often very subtle. But when we take a moment to reflect on it, sometimes it feels like a miracle that we made it to where we are, doesn&#8217;t it? I am in a new season of motherhood and have been reminiscing on what life was like when I had two very young, spirited children, and I wanted to share three articles I wrote for the website Power of Moms during this rewarding but equally trying season of my life. I hope that these reflections are helpful for the moms of littles.  Or for whatever season you&#8217;re in that sometimes feels a little (or a lot) blurry: My Articles on Power of Moms -The first article is called, “The Best Year of My Life?” -The second article is called “It Is What It Is.” -The third article is called “How My Son’s Routine Chart Makes Me a Better Mom.”  Check out all of my articles from Power of Moms, many of which were written during naptimes while I was in the midst of parenting littles, here: https://powerofmoms.com/author/rachel-nielson/ And don&#8217;t forget, I want to hear YOUR three takeaways this week as we finish up celebrating the second birthday of 3 in 30! Visit 3in30podcast.com/birthday for more details, or scroll through the hashtag on Instagram for a good dose of inspiration and a reminder that we all have unique wisdom to share. Have you read anything on Power of Moms before? If so, what did you read? Share in a comment below! Last call for Podcast University! If you have been thinking about starting or growing a podacst, join us this week for a free class. Or enroll in one of our comprehensive courses! Enrollment for this session ends November 1st and won&#8217;t open again until the spring. 3in30podcast.com/podcastu
October 28, 2019
If you’re anything like me, you sometimes realize with surprise that you’ve entered a different (and easier) phase of motherhood.  You didn’t even notice it slowly shifting. But you suddenly realize that your babies have started sleeping longer stretches at night. Or, they have really learned to put their shoes on by themselves. Or they are beside you helping prepare their lunch for school the next day. (What the heck??) Transitions like these are often very subtle. But when we take a moment to reflect on it, sometimes it feels like a miracle that we made it to where we are, doesn’t it? I am in a new season of motherhood and have been reminiscing on what life was like when I had two very young, spirited children, and I wanted to share three articles I wrote for the website Power of Moms during this rewarding but equally trying season of my life. I hope that these reflections are helpful for the moms of littles.  Or for whatever season you’re in that sometimes feels a little (or a lot) blurry: My Articles on Power of Moms -The first article is called, “The Best Year of My Life?” -The second article is called “It Is What It Is.” -The third article is called “How My Son’s Routine Chart Makes Me a Better Mom.”  Check out all of my articles from Power of Moms, many of which were written during naptimes while I was in the midst of parenting littles, here: https://powerofmoms.com/author/rachel-nielson/ And don’t forget, I want to hear YOUR three takeaways this week as we finish up celebrating the second birthday of 3 in 30! Visit 3in30podcast.com/birthday for more details, or scroll through the hashtag on Instagram for a good dose of inspiration and a reminder that we all have unique wisdom to share. Have you read anything on Power of Moms before? If so, what did you read? Share in a comment below! Last call for Podcast University! If you have been thinking about starting or growing a podacst, join us this week for a free class. Or enroll in one of our comprehensive courses! Enrollment for this session ends November 1st and won’t open again until the spring. 3in30podcast.com/podcastu
October 28, 2019
If you&#8217;re anything like me, you sometimes realize with surprise that you&#8217;ve entered a different (and easier) phase of motherhood.  You didn&#8217;t even notice it slowly shifting. But you suddenly realize that your babies have started sleeping longer stretches at night. Or, they have really learned to put their shoes on by themselves. Or they are beside you helping prepare their lunch for school the next day. (What the heck??) Transitions like these are often very subtle. But when we take a moment to reflect on it, sometimes it feels like a miracle that we made it to where we are, doesn&#8217;t it? I am in a new season of motherhood and have been reminiscing on what life was like when I had two very young, spirited children, and I wanted to share three articles I wrote for the website Power of Moms during this rewarding but equally trying season of my life. I hope that these reflections are helpful for the moms of littles.  Or for whatever season you&#8217;re in that sometimes feels a little (or a lot) blurry: My Articles on Power of Moms -The first article is called, “The Best Year of My Life?” -The second article is called “It Is What It Is.” -The third article is called “How My Son’s Routine Chart Makes Me a Better Mom.”  Check out all of my articles from Power of Moms, many of which were written during naptimes while I was in the midst of parenting littles, here: https://powerofmoms.com/author/rachel-nielson/ And don&#8217;t forget, I want to hear YOUR three takeaways this week as we finish up celebrating the second birthday of 3 in 30! Visit 3in30podcast.com/birthday for more details, or scroll through the hashtag on Instagram for a good dose of inspiration and a reminder that we all have unique wisdom to share. Have you read anything on Power of Moms before? If so, what did you read? Share in a comment below! Last call for Podcast University! If you have been thinking about starting or growing a podacst, join us this week for a free class. Or enroll in one of our comprehensive courses! Enrollment for this session ends November 1st and won&#8217;t open again until the spring. 3in30podcast.com/podcastu
October 28, 2019
If you're anything like me, you sometimes realize with surprise that you've entered a different (and easier) phase of motherhood.  You didn't even notice it slowly shifting, but you suddenly realize that your babies have started sleeping longer stretches at night, or they have really learned to put their shoes on by themselves, or they are beside you helping prepare their lunch for school the next day. (What the heck??) These transition are often very subtle, but when we take a moment to reflect on it, sometimes it feels like a miracle that we made it to where we are, doesn't it? I am in a new season of motherhood and have been reminiscing on what life was like when I had two very young, spirited children, and I wanted to share three articles I wrote for Power of Moms during this rewarding but equally trying season of my life. I hope that these reflections are helpful for the moms of littles, or for whatever season you're in that sometimes feels a little (or a lot) blurry: -The first article is called, “The Best Year of My Life?” -The second article is called “It Is What It Is.” -The third article is called “How My Son’s Routine Chart Makes Me a Better Mom.”  To read all of my articles from Power of Moms, many of which were written during naptimes while I was in the midst of parenting littles, go here: https://powerofmoms.com/author/rachel-nielson/ And don't forget, I want to hear YOUR three takeaways this week as we finish up celebrating the second birthday of 3 in 30! Visit 3in30podcast.com/birthday for more details, or scroll through the hashtag on Instagram for a good dose of inspiration and a reminder that we all have unique wisdom to share. Last call for Podcast University! If you have been thinking about starting or growing a podacst, join us this week for a free class, or enroll in one of our comprehensive courses! Enrollment for this session ends November 1st and won't open again until the spring. 3in30podcast.com/podcastu
October 21, 2019
&#8220;The quickest way for anyone to reach the sun and the light of day is not to run west chasing after the sun, but to head east, plunging into the darkness until one comes to the sunrise.&#8221; -Jerry L. Sittser National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day was October 15th, and I wanted to honor this sacred day by dedicating an episode to mothers who walk through life with a piece of their heart and soul missing. If this is you, I hope that today&#8217;s episode on how to move through grief might offer some comfort. Today’s guest is Anna Packard, a mother of four who lost her infant son Charlie when he was four months old. She also has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a therapist at Balance Health and Healing, so she has both personal and professional experience in how to move through grief toward joy after immense loss. How to Move Through Grief * Remember, the only way out is through: practice willingness, prioritize self-care (which includes finding a support group of other mothers who have lost children), and allow all emotions. What we resist, persists. * Look for beauty, gifts, and meaning along the way. Assigning your own meaning to your experience can be a powerful step toward healing. * Remember that you are stronger than you realize. (This is very hard to hear in the early stages of grief, but you will find that it is true with time.) Show Notes Anna&#8217;s website: balancehealthandhealing.com Anna&#8217;s Instagram: @balancehealthhealing A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows through Loss by Jerry L. Sittser Grief support for parents who have experience loss through miscarriage, stillborn, or infant loss. http://www.shareparentsofutah.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/326053507470465/ Utah SIDS parents group on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/569722193074649/ Episodes from 3 in 30: &#8220;Three Messages of Hope for the Darkest Times&#8220; &#8220;How to Support a Loved One who is Grieving&#8220; -Have you ever thought about starting a podcast? Or do you already have a podcast but are frustrated because it isn&#8217;t growing as much as you&#8217;d like it to? Podcast University is open for enrollment again now through November 1st! Podcast U is an online school for all things podcasting that I run with my dear friend, the host from About Progress, Monica Packer. -Join us for one of our FREE courses this month both about starting a podcast AND growing a podcast.
October 21, 2019
“The quickest way for anyone to reach the sun and the light of day is not to run west chasing after the sun, but to head east, plunging into the darkness until one comes to the sunrise.” -Jerry L. Sittser National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day was October 15th, and I wanted to honor this sacred day by dedicating an episode to mothers who walk through life with a piece of their heart and soul missing. If this is you, I hope that today’s episode on how to move through grief might offer some comfort. Today’s guest is Anna Packard, a mother of four who lost her infant son Charlie when he was four months old. She also has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a therapist at Balance Health and Healing, so she has both personal and professional experience in how to move through grief toward joy after immense loss. How to Move Through Grief * Remember, the only way out is through: practice willingness, prioritize self-care (which includes finding a support group of other mothers who have lost children), and allow all emotions. What we resist, persists. * Look for beauty, gifts, and meaning along the way. Assigning your own meaning to your experience can be a powerful step toward healing. * Remember that you are stronger than you realize. (This is very hard to hear in the early stages of grief, but you will find that it is true with time.) Show Notes Anna’s website: balancehealthandhealing.com Anna’s Instagram: @balancehealthhealing A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows through Loss by Jerry L. Sittser Grief support for parents who have experience loss through miscarriage, stillborn, or infant loss. http://www.shareparentsofutah.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/326053507470465/ Utah SIDS parents group on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/569722193074649/ Episodes from 3 in 30: “Three Messages of Hope for the Darkest Times“ “How to Support a Loved One who is Grieving“ -Have you ever thought about starting a podcast? Or do you already have a podcast but are frustrated because it isn’t growing as much as you’d like it to? Podcast University is open for enrollment again now through November 1st! Podcast U is an online school for all things podcasting that I run with my dear friend, the host from About Progress, Monica Packer. -Join us for one of our FREE courses this month both about starting a podcast AND growing a podcast.
October 21, 2019
&#8220;The quickest way for anyone to reach the sun and the light of day is not to run west chasing after the sun, but to head east, plunging into the darkness until one comes to the sunrise.&#8221; -Jerry L. Sittser National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day was October 15th, and I wanted to honor this sacred day by dedicating an episode to mothers who walk through life with a piece of their heart and soul missing. If this is you, I hope that today&#8217;s episode on how to move through grief might offer some comfort. Today’s guest is Anna Packard, a mother of four who lost her infant son Charlie when he was four months old. She also has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a therapist at Balance Health and Healing, so she has both personal and professional experience in how to move through grief toward joy after immense loss. How to Move Through Grief * Remember, the only way out is through: practice willingness, prioritize self-care (which includes finding a support group of other mothers who have lost children), and allow all emotions. What we resist, persists. * Look for beauty, gifts, and meaning along the way. Assigning your own meaning to your experience can be a powerful step toward healing. * Remember that you are stronger than you realize. (This is very hard to hear in the early stages of grief, but you will find that it is true with time.) Show Notes Anna&#8217;s website: balancehealthandhealing.com Anna&#8217;s Instagram: @balancehealthhealing A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows through Loss by Jerry L. Sittser Grief support for parents who have experience loss through miscarriage, stillborn, or infant loss. http://www.shareparentsofutah.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/326053507470465/ Utah SIDS parents group on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/569722193074649/ Episodes from 3 in 30: &#8220;Three Messages of Hope for the Darkest Times&#8220; &#8220;How to Support a Loved One who is Grieving&#8220; -Have you ever thought about starting a podcast? Or do you already have a podcast but are frustrated because it isn&#8217;t growing as much as you&#8217;d like it to? Podcast University is open for enrollment again now through November 1st! Podcast U is an online school for all things podcasting that I run with my dear friend, the host from About Progress, Monica Packer. -Join us for one of our FREE courses this month both about starting a podcast AND growing a podcast.
October 21, 2019
"The quickest way for anyone to reach the sun and the light of day is not to run west chasing after the sun, but to head east, plunging into the darkness until one comes to the sunrise." -Jerry L. Sittser National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day was October 15th, and I wanted to honor this sacred day by dedicating an episode to mothers who walk through life with a piece of their heart and soul missing. If this is you, I hope that today's episode might offer some comfort. Today’s guest is Anna Packard, a mother of four who lost her infant son Charlie when he was four months old. She also has a PhD in clinical psychology and is a therapist at Balance Health and Healing, so she has both personal and professional experience in how to move through grief toward joy after immense loss. * Remember, the only way out is through: practice willingness, prioritize self-care (which includes finding a support group of other mothers who have lost children), and allow all emotions. What we resist, persists. * Look for beauty, gifts, and meaning along the way. Assigning your own meaning to your experience can be a powerful step toward healing. * Remember that you are stronger than you realize. (This is very hard to hear in the early stages of grief, but you will find that it is true with time.) Show Notes Anna's website: balancehealthandhealing.com Anna's Instagram: @balancehealthhealing A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows through Loss by Jerry L. Sittser Grief support for parents who have experience loss through miscarriage, stillborn, or infant loss. http://www.shareparentsofutah.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/326053507470465/ Utah SIDS parents group on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/569722193074649/ Episodes from 3 in 30: "Three Messages of Hope for the Darkest Times" "How to Support a Loved One who is Grieving" -Have you ever thought about starting a podcast? Or do you already have a podcast but are frustrated because it isn't growing as much as you'd like it to? Podcast University is open for enrollment again now through November 1st! Podcast U is an online school for all things podcasting that I run with my dear friend, the host from About Progress, Monica Packer. -Join us for one of our FREE courses this month both about starting a podcast AND growing a podcast. Go to
October 14, 2019
This week marks the SECOND BIRTHDAY of 3 in 30! Sometimes I feel like I've known the amazing women in this community forever, but we're only just getting started! To celebrate, I want to start off by having four women share their three takeaways.
October 14, 2019
This week marks the SECOND BIRTHDAY of 3 in 30! Sometimes I feel like I\'ve known the amazing women in this community forever, but we\'re only just getting started! To celebrate, I want to start off by having four women share their three takeaways.
October 14, 2019
This week marks the SECOND BIRTHDAY of 3 in 30! Sometimes I feel like I've known the amazing women in this community forever, but we're only just getting started! To celebrate, I want to start off by having four women share their three takeaways.
October 14, 2019
This week marks the SECOND BIRTHDAY of 3 in 30! Sometimes I feel like I've known the amazing women in this community forever, but we're only just getting started! To celebrate, I want to start off by having four women share their three takeaways.
October 7, 2019
As moms, we often wrestle with the desire to find a better balance for work and motherhood. We want to honor our professional lives and personal development, while also giving our children the love and care they deserve. But what if it isn’t really about “balance” after all? Crystalee Beck, co-founder of The Mama Ladder, is here to shift our perspectives by teaching us that both work and motherhood are valuable parts of living our purpose. We can find ways to protect time for both so we can be “powerfully present” in whatever we are doing. Key Takeaways on Finding Work Life Balance from Crystalee: 1. Release the need to be balanced and feel like you have to devote the same amount of time and energy to work and kids. 2. Protect time for the areas that matter to you. 3. Put your ideal week on repeat: it minimizes decision fatigue and guilt in motherhood. **Many thanks to The Mama Ladder for sponsoring 3 in 30 Podcast this month!!** For information on The Mama Ladder&#8217;s 6-month business accelerator program for mom-entrepreneurs, please visit 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. For a FREE 15-minute business consult with Crystalee, sign up for a time here. Resources mentioned in this Episode on How to Find Work Life Balance: Jody Moore podcast about “Busyness”: https://jodymoore.com/ep-177-busyness/
October 7, 2019
As moms, we often wrestle with the desire to find a better balance for work and motherhood. We want to honor our professional lives and personal development, while also giving our children the love and care they deserve. But what if it isn’t really about “balance” after all? Crystalee Beck, co-founder of The Mama Ladder, is here to shift our perspectives by teaching us that both work and motherhood are valuable parts of living our purpose. We can find ways to protect time for both so we can be “powerfully present” in whatever we are doing. Key Takeaways on Finding Work Life Balance from Crystalee: 1. Release the need to be balanced and feel like you have to devote the same amount of time and energy to work and kids. 2. Protect time for the areas that matter to you. 3. Put your ideal week on repeat: it minimizes decision fatigue and guilt in motherhood. **Many thanks to The Mama Ladder for sponsoring 3 in 30 Podcast this month!!** For information on The Mama Ladder’s 6-month business accelerator program for mom-entrepreneurs, please visit 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. For a FREE 15-minute business consult with Crystalee, sign up for a time here.   Resources mentioned in this Episode on How to Find Work Life Balance: Jody Moore podcast about “Busyness”: https://jodymoore.com/ep-177-busyness/
October 7, 2019
As moms, we often wrestle with the desire to find a better balance for work and motherhood. We want to honor our professional lives and personal development, while also giving our children the love and care they deserve. But what if it isn’t really about “balance” after all? Crystalee Beck, co-founder of The Mama Ladder, is here to shift our perspectives by teaching us that both work and motherhood are valuable parts of living our purpose. We can find ways to protect time for both so we can be “powerfully present” in whatever we are doing. Key Takeaways on Finding Work Life Balance from Crystalee: 1. Release the need to be balanced and feel like you have to devote the same amount of time and energy to work and kids. 2. Protect time for the areas that matter to you. 3. Put your ideal week on repeat: it minimizes decision fatigue and guilt in motherhood. **Many thanks to The Mama Ladder for sponsoring 3 in 30 Podcast this month!!** For information on The Mama Ladder&#8217;s 6-month business accelerator program for mom-entrepreneurs, please visit 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. For a FREE 15-minute business consult with Crystalee, sign up for a time here. Resources mentioned in this Episode on How to Find Work Life Balance: Jody Moore podcast about “Busyness”: https://jodymoore.com/ep-177-busyness/
October 7, 2019
As moms, we often wrestle with the desire to better balance work and motherhood. We want to honor our professional lives and personal development, while also giving our children the love and care they deserve. But what if it isn’t really about “balance” after all? Crystalee Beck, co-founder of The Mama Ladder, is here to shift our perspectives by teaching us that both work and motherhood are valuable parts of living our purpose. We can find ways to protect time for both so we can be “powerfully present” in whatever we are doing. 1. Release the need to be balanced and feel like you have to devote the same amount of time and energy to work and kids. 2. Protect time for the areas that matter to you. 3. Put your ideal week on repeat: it minimizes decision fatigue and guilt in motherhood. **Many thanks to The Mama Ladder for sponsoring 3 in 30 Podcast this month!!** For information on The Mama Ladder's 6-month business accelerator program for mom-entrepreneurs, please visit 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. For a FREE 15-minute business consult with Crystalee, sign up for a time here: https://appoint.ly/s/themamaladder/mamapower Resources mentioned in the episode: Jody Moore podcast about “Busyness”: https://jodymoore.com/ep-177-busyness/
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am&#8211;and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It&#8217;s really common when we realize we&#8217;re uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet&#8211;because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity&#8212; Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: How to Talk to Your Kids About Skin Tone with Brownicity * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series &#8220;You Are Your Child&#8217;s Most Important Teacher:&#8221; How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am–and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It’s really common when we realize we’re uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet–because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity— Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: How to Talk to Your Kids About Skin Tone with Brownicity * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher:” How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am&#8211;and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It&#8217;s really common when we realize we&#8217;re uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet&#8211;because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity&#8212; Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: How to Talk to Your Kids About Skin Tone with Brownicity * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series &#8220;You Are Your Child&#8217;s Most Important Teacher:&#8221; How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am–and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It’s really common when we realize we’re uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet–because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity— Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: How to Talk to Your Kids About Skin Tone with Brownicity * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher:” How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am–and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It’s really common when we realize we’re uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet–because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity— Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: How to Talk to Your Kids About Skin Tone with Brownicity * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher:” How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 30, 2019
How comfortable are you talking about race? Up until recently, I have NOT been comfortable talking about this topic because I recognized how uninformed and privileged I am--and that made me feel a little ashamed. Because this topic matters. SO MUCH. It's really common when we realize we're uneducated in certain areas to stay quiet--because if we open our mouths and start learning and asking questions, we might say something that is offensive or hurts someone. But staying quiet is not the answer: Answers come from seeking learning and asking for help. That is why I invited Dr. Lucretia Berry on the podcast to teach us. Dr Berry is the founder of Brownicity-- Many Hues, One Humanity, an agency dedicated to advocacy, education, and support for racial healing and anti racism. She has dedicated her life to developing and teaching anti racism curriculum to college and high school students, adults through ministry and online, and of course within her own home as the mother of three beautiful daughters. In this episode, Dr. Berry teaches us how to talk to our kids about skin tone and race through these three takeaways: * Reject the colorblind approach as a solution to racism. * Normalize conversations about skin tone and race with your children so they can consciously, fluently, and confidently navigate our hyper-racialized society. *  Invest in an anti race/ism education to gain understanding (e.g. books, classes, podcasts, teachers, not informal discussions). Website: brownicity.com Instagram: @lucretiaberry-Become a member of Brownicity! In 3 simple stages, we guide you through fundamental understanding to practicing transformative change in your spheres of influence. Visit brownicity.com/learn for more information. All the Colors We Are The Colors of Us First Name Basis Podcast (search on any podcast app!) Make sure to check out the other episodes in this series "You Are Your Child's Most Important Teacher:" How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex with Kristin Hodson and How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography with Dina Alexander. -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower.
September 24, 2019
Today is the second in our series of episodes titled “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.”  Dina Alexander is a mother of three teenagers and the founder of Educate and Empower Kids, which is an incredible resource for those &#8220;difficult conversations&#8221; we all need and want to have with our kids, but we&#8217;re just not sure where to start. On this week&#8217;s episode, Dina is teaching us how to talk to our kids about pornography. I am so grateful for her expertise and confidence on this topic. This is a heavy, intimidating topic for me to cover. I want to be so careful with what I put out there on this topic because I know it’s triggering for people who have experienced this within their families, and I know there are a lot of different opinions on the best ways to handle the topic of pornography when talking to your kids. If anything, I hope the episode gets you thinking and gets you talking with people you trust about how you want to handle this topic within your home. How to Educate and Empower Kids About Pornography Dina’s three takeaways for talking to your kids about pornography: * Define pornography for your kids and discuss possible places your child may be exposed. * With your child, create a plan when they are confronted with porn (what will they say and do? how will they tell you what they&#8217;ve seen?) * In conjunction with talking about pornography, you must talk about its opposite: Healthy sexual intimacy. Show Notes:  Dina&#8217;s Website: https://educateempowerkids.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/educateempowerkids/?ref=bookmarks For Parents: How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography 30 Days of Sex Talks 30 Days to a Stronger Child  Children’s Books: Petra’s Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure Noah’s New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good Messages About Me: A Journey to Healthy Body Image (find the boys’ version HERE) And newest book: Conversations with My Kids: 30 Essential Family Discussions For the Digital Age The first episode in this series, &#8220;How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex&#8221; with Kristin Hodson had incredible response. Give it a listen if you haven&#8217;t already! -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. Have you talked with your kids about pornography yet?
September 24, 2019
Today is the second in our series of episodes titled “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.”  Dina Alexander is a mother of three teenagers and the founder of Educate and Empower Kids, which is an incredible resource for those “difficult conversations” we all need and want to have with our kids, but we’re just not sure where to start. On this week’s episode, Dina is teaching us how to talk to our kids about pornography. I am so grateful for her expertise and confidence on this topic. This is a heavy, intimidating topic for me to cover. I want to be so careful with what I put out there on this topic because I know it’s triggering for people who have experienced this within their families, and I know there are a lot of different opinions on the best ways to handle the topic of pornography when talking to your kids. If anything, I hope the episode gets you thinking and gets you talking with people you trust about how you want to handle this topic within your home. How to Educate and Empower Kids About Pornography Dina’s three takeaways for talking to your kids about pornography: * Define pornography for your kids and discuss possible places your child may be exposed. * With your child, create a plan when they are confronted with porn (what will they say and do? how will they tell you what they’ve seen?) * In conjunction with talking about pornography, you must talk about its opposite: Healthy sexual intimacy. Show Notes:  Dina’s Website: https://educateempowerkids.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/educateempowerkids/?ref=bookmarks For Parents: How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography 30 Days of Sex Talks 30 Days to a Stronger Child  Children’s Books: Petra’s Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure Noah’s New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good Messages About Me: A Journey to Healthy Body Image (find the boys’ version HERE) And newest book: Conversations with My Kids: 30 Essential Family Discussions For the Digital Age The first episode in this series, “How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex” with Kristin Hodson had incredible response. Give it a listen if you haven’t already! -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. Have you talked with your kids about pornography yet?
September 24, 2019
Today is the second in our series of episodes titled “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.”  Dina Alexander is a mother of three teenagers and the founder of Educate and Empower Kids, which is an incredible resource for those &#8220;difficult conversations&#8221; we all need and want to have with our kids, but we&#8217;re just not sure where to start. On this week&#8217;s episode, Dina is teaching us how to talk to our kids about pornography. I am so grateful for her expertise and confidence on this topic. This is a heavy, intimidating topic for me to cover. I want to be so careful with what I put out there on this topic because I know it’s triggering for people who have experienced this within their families, and I know there are a lot of different opinions on the best ways to handle the topic of pornography when talking to your kids. If anything, I hope the episode gets you thinking and gets you talking with people you trust about how you want to handle this topic within your home. How to Educate and Empower Kids About Pornography Dina’s three takeaways for talking to your kids about pornography: * Define pornography for your kids and discuss possible places your child may be exposed. * With your child, create a plan when they are confronted with porn (what will they say and do? how will they tell you what they&#8217;ve seen?) * In conjunction with talking about pornography, you must talk about its opposite: Healthy sexual intimacy. Show Notes:  Dina&#8217;s Website: https://educateempowerkids.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/educateempowerkids/?ref=bookmarks For Parents: How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography 30 Days of Sex Talks 30 Days to a Stronger Child  Children’s Books: Petra’s Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure Noah’s New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good Messages About Me: A Journey to Healthy Body Image (find the boys’ version HERE) And newest book: Conversations with My Kids: 30 Essential Family Discussions For the Digital Age The first episode in this series, &#8220;How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex&#8221; with Kristin Hodson had incredible response. Give it a listen if you haven&#8217;t already! -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER™,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.com/mamapower. Have you talked with your kids about pornography yet?
September 24, 2019
Today is the second in our series of episodes titled “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.”  Dina Alexander is a mother of three teenagers and the founder of Educate and Empower Kids, which is an incredible resource for those "difficult conversations" we all need and want to have with our kids, but we're just not sure where to start. On this week's episode, Dina is teaching us how to talk to our kids about pornography. I am so grateful for her expertise and confidence on this topic. This is a heavy, intimidating topic for me to cover. I want to be so careful with what I put out there on this topic because I know it’s triggering for people who have experienced this within their families, and I know there are a lot of different opinions on the best ways to handle the topic of pornography when talking to your kids. If anything, I hope the episode gets you thinking and gets you talking with people you trust about how you want to handle this topic within your home. How to Educate and Empower Kids About Pornography Dina’s three takeaways for talking to your kids about pornography: * Define pornography for your kids and discuss possible places your child may be exposed. * With your child, create a plan when they are confronted with porn (what will they say and do? how will they tell you what they've seen?) * In conjunction with talking about pornography, you must talk about its opposite: Healthy sexual intimacy. Show Notes:  Dina's Website: https://educateempowerkids.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/educateempowerkids/?ref=bookmarks For Parents: How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography 30 Days of Sex Talks 30 Days to a Stronger Child  Children’s Books: Petra’s Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure Noah’s New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good Messages About Me: A Journey to Healthy Body Image (find the boys’ version HERE) And newest book: Conversations with My Kids: 30 Essential Family Discussions For the Digital Age The first episode in this series, "How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex" with Kristin Hodson had incredible response. Give it a listen if you haven't already! -This month’s episodes are brought to us by MAMA POWER,  a revolutionary six-month membership program by The Mama Ladder® that helps mamapreneurs GET. MORE. DONE. There’s no other business accelerator program like it for women, anywhere. Enrollment for Mama Power is open from September 14 to October 18. I have worked with The Mama Ladder® for over a year, and I was the founding member of Mama Power. To learn more about my experience, go to 3in30podcast.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 16, 2019
Today is the first in a series of episodes that I’m calling “You Are Your Child’s Most Important Teacher.” And to start us off, here are Kristin’s three takeaways for becoming the sex expert of your home.
September 10, 2019
Separate from your work status and the things that keep you busy as a parent, here are three things to help you hold space for your creativity as a parent.
September 10, 2019
Separate from your work status and the things that keep you busy as a parent, here are three things to help you hold space for your creativity as a parent.
September 10, 2019
Separate from your work status and the things that keep you busy as a parent, here are three things to help you hold space for your creativity as a parent.
September 9, 2019
Separate from your work status and the things that keep you busy as a parent, here are three things to help you hold space for your creativity as a parent.
September 3, 2019
Most of us had some experiences or people in our childhoods that left a heavy mark.  Making today’s topic on how to let go of hard stuff so important. Sometimes we minimize these difficult moments because “it could have been worse.” But no matter what you faced growing up, we all need to process our experiences from childhood and examine how they’ve shaped us. I was raised in a loving home with amazing parents, but a lot of my early years were spent worrying about my mom as she battled breast cancer for thirteen years; and then passed away when I was nineteen. This experience impacted me more than I ever realized until I went to counseling years later. In this interview with Monica Packer of About Progress, I share the breakthroughs I had in counseling and three tools that taught me how to “let go” of hard stuff and move forward into healing: How to Let Go * Write letters (that you never have to send!) to process experiences or feelings that are burdening you. * Think back to those activities and passions you loved as a child, and do them again. * Envision yourself as a child and give yourself the grace, comfort and protection that you would a child in your life. I hope this episode prompts some deep-thinking and deep-healing in your own life. Show Notes **Tickets for my final in-person workshop of 2019 are on sale TODAY! Early bird pricing for the next two weeks. Visit 3in30podcast.com/workshops. Monica’s Instagram: @aboutprogress  Monica’s podcast: aboutprogress.com Original episode aired on About Progress: “Overcoming the Complexities of Our Childhood”
September 3, 2019
Most of us had some experiences or people in our childhoods that left a heavy mark.  Making today&#8217;s topic on how to let go of hard stuff so important. Sometimes we minimize these difficult moments because “it could have been worse.” But no matter what you faced growing up, we all need to process our experiences from childhood and examine how they&#8217;ve shaped us. I was raised in a loving home with amazing parents, but a lot of my early years were spent worrying about my mom as she battled breast cancer for thirteen years; and then passed away when I was nineteen. This experience impacted me more than I ever realized until I went to counseling years later. In this interview with Monica Packer of About Progress, I share the breakthroughs I had in counseling and three tools that taught me how to &#8220;let go&#8221; of hard stuff and move forward into healing: How to Let Go * Write letters (that you never have to send!) to process experiences or feelings that are burdening you. * Think back to those activities and passions you loved as a child, and do them again. * Envision yourself as a child and give yourself the grace, comfort and protection that you would a child in your life. I hope this episode prompts some deep-thinking and deep-healing in your own life. Show Notes **Tickets for my final in-person workshop of 2019 are on sale TODAY! Early bird pricing for the next two weeks. Visit 3in30podcast.com/workshops. Monica’s Instagram: @aboutprogress  Monica’s podcast: aboutprogress.com Original episode aired on About Progress: &#8220;Overcoming the Complexities of Our Childhood&#8221;
September 3, 2019
Most of us had some experiences or people in our childhoods that left a heavy mark.  Making today’s topic on how to let go of hard stuff so important. Sometimes we minimize these difficult moments because “it could have been worse.” But no matter what you faced growing up, we all need to process our experiences from childhood and examine how they’ve shaped us. I was raised in a loving home with amazing parents, but a lot of my early years were spent worrying about my mom as she battled breast cancer for thirteen years; and then passed away when I was nineteen. This experience impacted me more than I ever realized until I went to counseling years later. In this interview with Monica Packer of About Progress, I share the breakthroughs I had in counseling and three tools that taught me how to “let go” of hard stuff and move forward into healing: How to Let Go * Write letters (that you never have to send!) to process experiences or feelings that are burdening you. * Think back to those activities and passions you loved as a child, and do them again. * Envision yourself as a child and give yourself the grace, comfort and protection that you would a child in your life. I hope this episode prompts some deep-thinking and deep-healing in your own life. Show Notes **Tickets for my final in-person workshop of 2019 are on sale TODAY! Early bird pricing for the next two weeks. Visit 3in30podcast.com/workshops. Monica’s Instagram: @aboutprogress  Monica’s podcast: aboutprogress.com Original episode aired on About Progress: “Overcoming the Complexities of Our Childhood”
September 2, 2019
Most of us had some experiences or people in our childhoods that left a heavy mark. Sometimes we minimize these difficult moments because “it could have been worse.” But no matter what you faced growing up, we all need to process our experiences from childhood and examine how they've shaped us. I was raised in a loving home with amazing parents, but a lot of my early years were spent worrying about my mom as she battled breast cancer for thirteen years and then passed away when I was nineteen. This experience impacted me more than I ever realized until I went to counseling years later. In this interview with Monica Packer of About Progress, I share the breakthroughs I had in counseling and three tools that helped me "let go" of the hard stuff and move forward into healing: * Write letters (that you never have to send!) to process experiences or feelings that are burdening you. * Think back to those activities and passions you loved as a child, and do them again. * Envision yourself as a child and give yourself the grace, comfort and protection that you would a child in your life. I hope this episode prompts some deep-thinking and deep-healing in your own life. Show Notes **Tickets for my final in-person workshop of 2019 are on sale TODAY! Early bird pricing for the next two weeks. Visit 3in30podcast.com/workshops. Monica’s Instagram: @aboutprogress  Monica’s podcast: aboutprogress.com Original episode aired on About Progress: "Overcoming the Complexities of Our Childhood"
August 26, 2019
Mika sheds light on three areas of organization to create more freedom in your life
August 26, 2019
Mika sheds light on three areas of organization to create more freedom in your life
August 26, 2019
Mika sheds light on three areas of organization to create more freedom in your life
August 26, 2019
Mika sheds light on three areas of organization to create more freedom in your life
August 19, 2019
Keep your marriage strong with simple, connective rituals supported by the research of Dr. John Gottman, the \"Einstein of love\"
August 19, 2019
Keep your marriage strong with simple, connective rituals supported by the research of Dr. John Gottman, the "Einstein of love"
August 19, 2019
Keep your marriage strong with simple, connective rituals supported by the research of Dr. John Gottman, the \"Einstein of love\"
August 19, 2019
Keep your marriage strong with simple, connective rituals supported by the research of Dr. John Gottman, the "Einstein of love"
August 12, 2019
3 strategies to invite your teen to see themselves as the hero in a truly great story
August 12, 2019
3 strategies to invite your teen to see themselves as the hero in a truly great story
August 12, 2019
3 strategies to invite your teen to see themselves as the hero in a truly great story
August 12, 2019
3 strategies to invite your teen to see themselves as the hero in a truly great story
August 12, 2019
3 strategies to invite your teen to see themselves as the hero in a truly great story
August 5, 2019
When you think about the small but impactful acts of kindness others have shown you, do you also reflect on the kindness *you* have shown others? It might be humbling to admit, but ways YOU have reached out have made a big difference to others as well. I claim that with confidence because today on the podcast, I\'m sharing a story of a simple handshake and what it did for one person in my life.
August 5, 2019
When you think about the small but impactful acts of kindness others have shown you, do you also reflect on the kindness *you* have shown others? It might be humbling to admit, but ways YOU have reached out have made a big difference to others as well. I claim that with confidence because today on the podcast, I'm sharing a story of a simple handshake and what it did for one person in my life.
August 5, 2019
When you think about the small but impactful acts of kindness others have shown you, do you also reflect on the kindness *you* have shown others? It might be humbling to admit, but ways YOU have reached out have made a big difference to others as well. I claim that with confidence because today on the podcast, I\'m sharing a story of a simple handshake and what it did for one person in my life.
August 5, 2019
When you think about the small but impactful acts of kindness others have shown you, do you also reflect on the kindness *you* have shown others? It might be humbling to admit, but ways YOU have reached out have made a big difference to others as well. I claim that with confidence because today on the podcast, I'm sharing a story of a simple handshake and what it did for one person in my life.
July 29, 2019
Tawni Beardall and Erica Peterson are the co-hosts of a podcast for teens called Becoming. I absolutely love these ladies, and am so grateful for the work they are doing. They are here to teach us how to overcome our inner teen
July 29, 2019
Tawni Beardall and Erica Peterson are the co-hosts of a podcast for teens called Becoming. I absolutely love these ladies, and am so grateful for the work they are doing. They are here to teach us how to overcome our inner teen
July 29, 2019
Tawni Beardall and Erica Peterson are the co-hosts of a podcast for teens called Becoming. I absolutely love these ladies, and am so grateful for the work they are doing. They are here to teach us how to overcome our inner teen
July 29, 2019
Tawni Beardall and Erica Peterson are the co-hosts of a podcast for teens called Becoming. I absolutely love these ladies, and am so grateful for the work they are doing. They are here to teach us how to overcome our inner teen
July 22, 2019
Family therapist and father of four, Tony Overbay, teaches us how to maintain empathetic, trust-filled communication with our teenagers
July 22, 2019
Family therapist and father of four, Tony Overbay, teaches us how to maintain empathetic, trust-filled communication with our teenagers
July 22, 2019
Family therapist and father of four, Tony Overbay, teaches us how to maintain empathetic, trust-filled communication with our teenagers
July 22, 2019
Family therapist and father of four, Tony Overbay, teaches us how to maintain empathetic, trust-filled communication with our teenagers
July 15, 2019
3 strategies for elevating your conversation with your teens
July 15, 2019
3 strategies for elevating your conversation with your teens
July 15, 2019
3 strategies for elevating your conversation with your teens
July 15, 2019
3 strategies for elevating your conversation with your teens
July 8, 2019
Andrea Davis teaches three strategies for deciding when your teen is ready for a smartphone.
July 8, 2019
Andrea Davis teaches three strategies for deciding when your teen is ready for a smartphone.
July 8, 2019
Andrea Davis teaches three strategies for deciding when your teen is ready for a smartphone.
July 8, 2019
Andrea Davis teaches three strategies for deciding when your teen is ready for a smartphone.
July 1, 2019
It\'s TEEN MONTH at 3 in 30! All month, we will feature episodes about the highs and lows of parenting teens!
July 1, 2019
It's TEEN MONTH at 3 in 30! All month, we will feature episodes about the highs and lows of parenting teens!
July 1, 2019
It\'s TEEN MONTH at 3 in 30! All month, we will feature episodes about the highs and lows of parenting teens!
July 1, 2019
It's TEEN MONTH at 3 in 30! All month, we will feature episodes about the highs and lows of parenting teens!
June 24, 2019
Three amazing mothers, all with unique life experience, who are going to share some of their stories with us today and to help us feel excited and encouraged to have fun with our children this summer!
June 24, 2019
Three amazing mothers, all with unique life experience, who are going to share some of their stories with us today and to help us feel excited and encouraged to have fun with our children this summer!
June 24, 2019
Three amazing mothers, all with unique life experience, who are going to share some of their stories with us today and to help us feel excited and encouraged to have fun with our children this summer!
June 24, 2019
Three amazing mothers, all with unique life experience, who are going to share some of their stories with us today and to help us feel excited and encouraged to have fun with our children this summer!
June 17, 2019
People are often amazed by just how close my sisters and I are to my dad. Our mom passed away when we were teenagers, so Dad planned our weddings, comes to help us after we have babies, and talks to us frequently about our lives. I truly believe that the small but meaningful ways my dad bonded with us when we were young made all the difference when we lost our mom; we already had a solid relationship with him that has since blossomed into something truly beautiful and unique. If you want a rock solid, life-long bond with your children, here are three easy ways that I learned from my dad: * Play with them. Rely on small but consistent & memorable traditions. * Talk with them. Show them you welcome and can handle their questions, and schedule regular times to check-in. * Feel with them. Sit with them in their disappointments and their fears without trying to fix it.   Show Notes I have teamed up with one of my dear friends, Monica Packer, who is the host of About Progress to launch Podcast University. It is an online school for all things podcasting, and we want to help you start or grow a podcast! Our first course Podcasting 101  is open for enrollment through the end of June. You can also take part in one of our FREE classes this month: 3 Things You Must Know Before You Start a Podcast. There’s still time to fill out my demographic survey! Please take a few minutes and go to: 3in30podcast.com/survey
June 17, 2019
People are often amazed by just how close my sisters and I are to my dad. Our mom passed away when we were teenagers, so Dad planned our weddings, comes to help us after we have babies, and talks to us frequently about our lives. I truly believe that the small but meaningful ways my dad bonded with us when we were young made all the difference when we lost our mom; we already had a solid relationship with him that has since blossomed into something truly beautiful and unique. If you want a rock solid, life-long bond with your children, here are three easy ways that I learned from my dad: * Play with them. Rely on small but consistent & memorable traditions. * Talk with them. Show them you welcome and can handle their questions, and schedule regular times to check-in. * Feel with them. Sit with them in their disappointments and their fears without trying to fix it. Show Notes I have teamed up with one of my dear friends, Monica Packer, who is the host of About Progress to launch Podcast University. It is an online school for all things podcasting, and we want to help you start or grow a podcast! Our first course Podcasting 101  is open for enrollment through the end of June. You can also take part in one of our FREE classes this month: 3 Things You Must Know Before You Start a Podcast. There&#8217;s still time to fill out my demographic survey! Please take a few minutes and go to: 3in30podcast.com/survey
June 17, 2019
People are often amazed by just how close my sisters and I are to my dad. Our mom passed away when we were teenagers, so Dad planned our weddings, comes to help us after we have babies, and talks to us frequently about our lives. I truly believe that the small but meaningful ways my dad bonded with us when we were young made all the difference when we lost our mom; we already had a solid relationship with him that has since blossomed into something truly beautiful and unique. If you want a rock solid, life-long bond with your children, here are three easy ways that I learned from my dad: * Play with them. Rely on small but consistent & memorable traditions. * Talk with them. Show them you welcome and can handle their questions, and schedule regular times to check-in. * Feel with them. Sit with them in their disappointments and their fears without trying to fix it.   Show Notes I have teamed up with one of my dear friends, Monica Packer, who is the host of About Progress to launch Podcast University. It is an online school for all things podcasting, and we want to help you start or grow a podcast! Our first course Podcasting 101  is open for enrollment through the end of June. You can also take part in one of our FREE classes this month: 3 Things You Must Know Before You Start a Podcast. There’s still time to fill out my demographic survey! Please take a few minutes and go to: 3in30podcast.com/survey
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