A podcast about motherhood, parenting, finding yourself after becoming a mom (or dad) and redefining what you look like after kids. Parenting tips, hacks, stories, and comical relief!
Postpartum Depression with Lillian Rishty
This week on the podcast we sit down with Therapist Lillian Rishty and talk about postpartum depression. The episode is focused on our own personal journeys with PPD and how it impacted us. Lillian talks about what her experience was like after having her triplets and how she got help. Lillian also shares tips and information for those who may have suffered through it and how they can get help.
Lillian is a psychotherapist and the owner of NYC Therapy Group, practicing in New York and New Jersey. She is trained in CBT, DBT and works with clients to identify patterns so they can develop a clearer understanding of life experiences and create productive behavior change. Lillian primarily works with women in their 20s and 30s on anxiety disorders and life changes, including the adjustment to motherhood.
Follow along with Lillian on Instagram @nyctherapygroup
Planning a Disney Trip with Anam Khan
This week on the podcast we talk to Anam Khan who is a Disney Travel Agent about all things Disney. We discuss what it means to work with a Disney Travel Agent, what it takes to be a certified Disney Travel Agent and what you get out of it. Anam shares some of her key tips and tricks to make your Disney trip planning easy. Anam shares which add-ons are worth it and what are the benefits of staying on a Disney resort as opposed to offsite.
Follow along with Anam on Instagram @anamplansdisney
To work with Anam for your Disney trip planning needs check her out on Instagram or email her at email@example.com
Getting Baby to Sleep with Eva Klein
This week on the podcast we talk to sleep consultant Eva Klein on how to get a baby to sleep and sleep well. We talk about what a sleep consultant can help with, what Eva particularly helps with, how to determine when a baby is ready for sleep training (if sleep training is for you). We also discuss easy changes you can make at home to encourage better sleep for the baby and how to handle sleep regressions and development leaps.
To connect with Eva follow her on Instagram @mysleepingbabyCheck out some free resources from Eva to help you today: Free sleep chart
Free webinar "How to get your little one consistently sleeping 11-12 hours at night so you can feel like a functioning human again"About Eva: Eva is a Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant and is the founder of My Sleeping Baby and the Sleep Bible program.
Eva’s main goal is to help her clients establish healthy sleep habits for their children. After experiencing the debilitating effects of chronic sleep deprivation from her middle child, Eva was inspired to help families overcome their sleep challenges. Eva truly empathizes with her clients’ sleep troubles and personally invests herself in their sleep journey.
In addition to completing her sleep consulting certification, she is a member of the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants and she completed the 2016 Infant Mental Health Community Training through the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Eva also has her Bachelor of Arts from York University and her law degree from the University of Western Ontario.
Eva is a proud wife and mother of two girls and a boy (who are all great sleepers) and lives with her family in Toronto. She provides individual sleep consultations, facilitates group seminars and runs an online sleep program and community called the Sleep Bible.
Burnout: Working Moms Hustle Culture with Ahuva Hershkop
This week on the podcast we talk to Burnout Coach Ahuva Hershkop about the working mom hustle culture and burnout associated with it. We talk about what the working mom hustle culture is, why we have this hustle culture, and how it translates into burnout. We talk about how social media perpetuates the burnout experience and how we can reduce it. Ahuva and I share tips to tackle burnout and we talk about what it means to find work-life balance.
Ahuva Hershkop is a Toronto based intuitive eating registered dietitian turned burnout coach for women. She coaches women who are burning out trying to do it all, on how to step out of the working mom hustle culture and ditch the perfectionism, people pleasing and pressures that are driving them to burnout so that they can actually enjoy their lives without compromising on their professional impact. Follow Ahuva on Instagram @ahuvahershkop
Check out Ahuva's 4 week course coming up called "Good Enough" and sign up here
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Growing your Passion into a Business with Tara Clark
This week on the podcast we talk with Tara Clark who is the founder of Modern Mom Probs. We hear a bit about her journey in creating a business out of a passion project. We talk about the challenges and wins entrepreneurs face along the way, how to tackle imposter syndrome and how to keep pushing through. Tara shares great advice from what she's learned along the way and what one might want to hear as they embark on turning a passion project into a business.
Tara Clark is an author, speaker, content creator, podcaster, and the founder of Modern Mom Probs. After becoming a mom and recognizing a hole in the online space for moms to authentically connect, she launched her Instagram account in 2017. She has since built a valued community, solidifying herself as a humorous, trusted voice in the parenting space.
Tara is the host of the Modern Mom Probs podcast where she seeks to find solutions for modern mom problems by interviewing medical experts, therapists, popular content creators and authors, including New York Times best-selling authors Dr. Shefali and Eve Rodsky.
Follow along with Tara over at @modernmomprobs
Follow along with Terri Fry over at @momlikethatpodcast
The Dad Briefs: A Brief Conversation with Slade Wentworth
This week on the podcast we welcome Slade Wentworth - founder and creator of The Dad Briefs to the show. This episode is a brief conversation on:
Who Slade is and how did The Dad Briefs come into being
Dad life and finding work and passion come together
The art of trusting the process of putting in consistent effort to create something you love
Slade's 2 dad joke books: one for new dads and one that is a collection of "cringey crackups"
The hardships of parenting and laughing through it
Cooking with kids
Slade Wentworth is a dad-writer-cook who cracks jokes like he cracks eggs, often making a mess of both. As a father of two boys, Slade found a passion for writing parenting essays and dad jokes as soon as his firstborn first pooped in the tub.Slade has enjoyed a 25-year career in publishing, advertising, education, and technology, and he is the founder/content creator of The Dad Briefs LLC, a social media marketing company.
Follow Slade on Instagram @thedadbriefs
Follow Terri Fry on Instagram @momlikethatpodcast
The most real podcast for mommy’s and parents in general
I can relate to everything shes creates! My latest fav is the trends we need to get rid off and the calliou one! Haha
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I love her podcast ❤️❤️❤️❤️It’s a must listen podcast if you are a mom or about to be a mom. Terri keeps it so real and her choice of guests is always amazing! She’s hilarious, she definitely makes motherhood sound fun but at the same time gives you all the struggles, embarrassing moments, holy crap moments and more. Give it a try and you will never disappoint!
Raw, Real and Relatable.
Girl keeps it raw and real. You definitely get to hear from moms from all walks of life. I love that both serious and light topics are featured. You will laugh, maybe cry, learn so much and pick up tools to help you in your own journey.