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A Podcast for Girls AND their Parents. Join Founder Maria Fuller and some incredible guests on this show which takes a look at issues girls face today such as mental health, executive functioning, emotional intelligence, leadership, grit and what it takes to be a "Powerful Girl today" and more!

Raising a Powerful Girl Maria Fuller

    • Education for Kids
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A Podcast for Girls AND their Parents. Join Founder Maria Fuller and some incredible guests on this show which takes a look at issues girls face today such as mental health, executive functioning, emotional intelligence, leadership, grit and what it takes to be a "Powerful Girl today" and more!

    Navigating Big Feelings in Uncertain Times. Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Kids and Parents.

    Navigating Big Feelings in Uncertain Times. Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Kids and Parents.

    Join Founder Maria Fuller and Jennifer Bronsnick, LCSW, on a powerful conversation on helping both kids and parents process and manage BIG Emotions during uncertain times. Jennifer is a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Practitioner, Certified Child & Adolescent Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional & CEO of The Mindful Family is passionate about supporting families to heal from burnout, manage anxiety and become resilient.

    • 29 min
    The Power of Creating and Intentional Family Culture

    The Power of Creating and Intentional Family Culture

    Jodi Chaffee is a family culture expert, life coach, entrepreneur and homeschool mom. Jodi is the founder of Our Modern Heritage Academy where she empowers families to live more intentionally, cultivate their vision and values, and prepare their children to grow into their life's purpose and mission.

    Jodi talks about family culture and the impact our culture has one how we raise our children. She believe it's important that we raise all of our children to be confident, and empower them to follow their dreams, something especially critical for our daughters who have a unique mission. Listen in today with your daughter as we explore how to define your family culture and allow your girls to take an active role in developing it for your family!

    • 33 min
    Olivia's PJ Project and The Beautiful Words Project and Impact

    Olivia's PJ Project and The Beautiful Words Project and Impact

    Olivia Brockhoff is 16 years old in grade 10 from from Lloydminster Alberta. When she was in the 3rd grade a friends of her’s little sister was diagnosed with cancer and spent teh next 2 years in and out of hospitals. Olivia desperately wanted to do something to help and while she knew that she didn’t quite have teh skills to cure cancer she went ahead to think about what she COULD DO! She loved PJ’s and knew how a great pair could make you feel cozy and safe so at age 11 she started collecting new pajamas to donate to local children’s hospitals for the kids there and Project PJ by Olivia was born!

    She has collected over 6000 new pairs of PJs for the Stollery Hospital in Edmonton Canada.

    She is an Honour student and member of Lloydminster Youth Council and she also visits local schools to talk about kindness and how kids can make a difference.

    • 28 min
    Helping the Homeless in LA and Delivering Fresh Water in Ghana - an Inspiring 12 year old girl Changing the World

    Helping the Homeless in LA and Delivering Fresh Water in Ghana - an Inspiring 12 year old girl Changing the World

    At the age of 8 years old Khloe noticed an issue with homelessness. The moment she found out why people became homeless she wanted to help. Khloe Kares was then created to help supply homeless women with a custom made tote bag. These bags she likes to call “kare bags”, the bags are filled with over 25 bare necessity items that homeless women need. Since starting Khloe Kares, Khloe was inspired to also help other kids discover that they too can be the change in their community. Hosting workshops, motivating them and giving them the tools they need to start a business plan. In 2017, Khloe traveled to Ghana where she was able to raise enough money to get a water pump and bathroom facility installed at an elementary school. This water pump not only helped the school but it also helped the surrounding community. Every year she plans on installing water pumps in areas that have no access to water and a fully functioning bathroom. In 2018, she installed her 2nd water pump, hosted leadership workshops, was the first American to visit a primary school in a rural village and was granted and acre of land In Ghana. She plans to own her own community center in both Los Angeles and Ghana to help more women and children off the streets. Her plans for Ghana, is to build a community center with the land she was given and have a place where kids can have a homework house with full electricity, warm food and a place to learn new skills and trades.

    • 29 min
    The little seedling that fed 245 people and later thousands and the girl who did it all

    The little seedling that fed 245 people and later thousands and the girl who did it all

    Katie Stagliano,is from Summerville, South Carolina and is the founder of Katie’s Krops, a not-for-profit with the mission to empower youth to start and maintain vegetable gardens of all sizes and donate the harvest to help feed people in need, as well as to assist and inspire others to do the same.
    The idea for Katie’s Krops began when Katie was in the 3rd grade.  In 2008 Katie brought home a tiny cabbage seedling from school as part of the Bonnie Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Program.  She tended to her cabbage and cared for it until it grew to an amazing 40 pounds. Knowing her cabbage was special she donated to Tri-County Family Ministries a local soup kitchen where she served her cabbage to 275 guests of the soup kitchen. Katie decided that day to start a vegetable garden and donate the harvest to those in need.
    To date, Katie has donated thousands and thousands of pounds of healthy food to those in need.

    • 36 min
    Girls and Anxiety | Developing Emotional Resiliency

    Girls and Anxiety | Developing Emotional Resiliency

    More teens than ever (especially girls) are experiencing symptoms of anxiety. As a society our goal should not be to get rid of a child’s anxiety or the experiences that create fear; instead we should be teaching them how to tolerate ALL of their feelings and to be more resilient. It is possible to understand how fear operates in the physical, emotional and spiritual realms and what actions can help strengthen our inner calm and help children to thrive.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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