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Becoming a single mum is one of the most daunting and overwhelming life changes someone will ever go through. Whether you are pregnant or have teenagers, you will most likely be confused and struggling with what to do next. I became a single mum in 2013 when my daughter was just a few months old, and it has been a challenging but rewarding journey ever since. This Podcast (and the website www.singlemothersurvivalguide) was created to assist newly single mothers in all things they may need to know about.

SO WHAT IS THE SINGLE MOTHER SURVIVAL GUIDE PODCAST ABOUT?

A Podcast for single mums, made by a single mum… The Single Mother Survival Guide Podcast includes a mixture of me babbling about single mums business and interviews and discussions with different people and experts about different topics.

First off the ranks this includes an interview with a Wills and Estate lawyer which contains everything YOU need to know about getting a Will done, an interview with a financial adviser on everyday money management, savings, spending and so forth, an interview with an online security expert so that YOU know how to keep yourself secure online, an open interview with a domestic violence survivor and advocate, and another interview with a financial adviser on everything to do with insurance, and what you should think about getting insured to ensure the financial safety for you and your kids. Coming up after that I have chats with people including parenting experts, family lawyers, and a life coach.

I also chat about the social stigma of being a single mum, single parent travel, everyday tips to make YOUR life easier, dating, personal budgeting, resources out there to help YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN, child support, domestic violence, successful co-parenting, advantages to being a single mum, and the list goes on…

Single Mother Survival Guide Julia Hasche

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9 • 244 Ratings

Becoming a single mum is one of the most daunting and overwhelming life changes someone will ever go through. Whether you are pregnant or have teenagers, you will most likely be confused and struggling with what to do next. I became a single mum in 2013 when my daughter was just a few months old, and it has been a challenging but rewarding journey ever since. This Podcast (and the website www.singlemothersurvivalguide) was created to assist newly single mothers in all things they may need to know about.

SO WHAT IS THE SINGLE MOTHER SURVIVAL GUIDE PODCAST ABOUT?

A Podcast for single mums, made by a single mum… The Single Mother Survival Guide Podcast includes a mixture of me babbling about single mums business and interviews and discussions with different people and experts about different topics.

First off the ranks this includes an interview with a Wills and Estate lawyer which contains everything YOU need to know about getting a Will done, an interview with a financial adviser on everyday money management, savings, spending and so forth, an interview with an online security expert so that YOU know how to keep yourself secure online, an open interview with a domestic violence survivor and advocate, and another interview with a financial adviser on everything to do with insurance, and what you should think about getting insured to ensure the financial safety for you and your kids. Coming up after that I have chats with people including parenting experts, family lawyers, and a life coach.

I also chat about the social stigma of being a single mum, single parent travel, everyday tips to make YOUR life easier, dating, personal budgeting, resources out there to help YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN, child support, domestic violence, successful co-parenting, advantages to being a single mum, and the list goes on…

    335 - How to be credible when going through a divorce or separation

    335 - How to be credible when going through a divorce or separation

    In this episode, I discuss how you can be seen as credible during separation. It’s very important you appear as a credible person when you are dealing with lawyers, mediators, and even your ex. Credibility is important because it can help influence decisions and set reasonable expectations, and when you establish credibility, you establish you are thinking about what is important and best for the kids, and not letting your emotions get the better of you. So here, l give you tips on how you can establish your credibility. I hope what I discussed today will help you to remain objective, and to communicate with confidence and clarity.
    Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 10 min
    334 - Three ways to improve your mindset

    334 - Three ways to improve your mindset

    In this episode, I talk to you about some ways you can improve your mindset. If you’ve listened to my past podcast episodes you will know that I am an advocate of developing and having the right mindset. Improving your frame of mind and the thoughts that run through your head can drastically alter your life. So, if you want to be a better version of yourself, learning how to improve your mindset can help you get there more quickly.  
    Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Check out my recent episode where I talked about the brain and the science behind our thoughts HERE. (Episode 332)
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 9 min
    333 - Getting prepared emotionally for divorce

    333 - Getting prepared emotionally for divorce

    In this episode, I talk to you about how you can prepare yourself emotionally for divorce or separation. In today’s society, divorce is a present reality for all couples that decide to marry. If you are ever faced with this decision or life change, it's important to mentally and emotionally prepare yourself for the difficulties that may lie ahead.
    Divorce isn’t easy; it can be a traumatic experience for everyone involved as you deal with many complex issues. I hope this episode helps you see the silver lining. Instead of focusing on your current emotional state, know that your choices and preparation will allow you and your children to live in a home where you are no longer exposed to anger, an unhealthy relationship, and perhaps even domestic violence.
    Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Check out my recent episode on collaborative divorce HERE.
    If you live in the United States, you can check out www.findlaw.com/state to see applicable family and divorce laws in your location.
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 15 min
    332 - The science behind our thoughts and why it's critical that we intentionally change them

    332 - The science behind our thoughts and why it's critical that we intentionally change them

    In this episode, I talk to you about the brain. I talk about how thoughts and habits are created in the brain and why it’s so important to be mindful of the way we think in order to create lasting change. How we think is very important. Ever heard of the phrase, “we become what we think about?” Thoughts are really important to people because they determine our well-being, how we act, how we behave, the choices we make, how we feel about ourselves, our relationships with others, and the quality of our lives.
    I hope this episode helps you understand yourself and your thoughts better and to be mindful of them so you can create new habits.
     Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 13 min
    331 - Starting the year right by creating new habits

    331 - Starting the year right by creating new habits

    In this episode, I talk about habits and how we can develop healthy habits that will support us in achieving our goals. Understanding how to build new habits is essential for making progress. And the first step is to start with your ‘why.’ Why do you want to reach your goal? As you set your goals for this new year, make a solid plan so they become a reality. You can then start creating new habits that align with your goals and that will help support you in reaching your goals.  
    I hope this episode helps you think of the new year as a fresh start. A new year is a unique opportunity. In this episode, I share a list of things to help you create new habits to achieve your goals this year. What you focus on becomes your reality. May you all live your life with intentions that will help you get closer to your goals.
    Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 17 min
    330 - 2022 wrap-up + wedding update

    330 - 2022 wrap-up + wedding update

    In this week’s episode, I have my new husband Greg joining me! Get ready for laughter and cringe moments as Greg and I recall our highs and lows of 2022. And lastly, we want to share our wedding story with you!
    What a whirlwind of a year it has been. We are happy to end 2022 on a high note, and we look forward to more memories and experiences for next year. Thank you for being part of my journey and for allowing me to be a part of yours.
    From our family to yours, have a wonderful season of celebrations!
    Links mentioned in the episode: 
    Join the Thrive Tribe waitlist HERE. 
    Download the E-book – Thirteen single mothers share their struggles, top tips, and their favourite things about being a single mother – HERE.
    To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.
    Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.
    Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest.

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
244 Ratings

244 Ratings

AmyCee39 ,

AmyCee39

Absolutely love this podcast. It makes me feel so much less alone as a sole mother. Thank you Julia.

tanyahirth ,

Like listening to future me

Thankful for this postcast it helps me know I’m not alone and also then allows me to see what the future will be like. Thankful for Julia’s insight and love on the single mums community! This has been insightful and I’m so thankful for all the tips and tricks and a laugh every podcast. Listen on my way home from school drop off!!!

Loretta Hart ,

Warm and insightful

Thanks Julia for your warmth, realness and gems you share in this easy to listen to pod

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