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Soul Work For Moms is focused on growing personally and spiritually through the hard parts of mothering. Connect with a beautiful community of women as you hear from real-life moms who share their journeys in motherhood. Their strengths, their struggles, in areas such as body image, parenting fears, marriage (or lack there of), finance, running the home, and more. You'll also hear from expert guests who share their ideas on ways to move through the suffering. Mothering is a rite of passage for the soul that provides amazing opportunities to connect with your true self. Are you ready to answer your soul’s calling?

Soul Work For Moms: Evolution Through Mothering Michelle Duncan-Wilson, a mama who believes all mothers can grow emotionally and spiritually through the struggles that arise in motherhood.

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Soul Work For Moms is focused on growing personally and spiritually through the hard parts of mothering. Connect with a beautiful community of women as you hear from real-life moms who share their journeys in motherhood. Their strengths, their struggles, in areas such as body image, parenting fears, marriage (or lack there of), finance, running the home, and more. You'll also hear from expert guests who share their ideas on ways to move through the suffering. Mothering is a rite of passage for the soul that provides amazing opportunities to connect with your true self. Are you ready to answer your soul’s calling?

    Keeping Innocence, Imagination & Magic Alive w/ April Combs Mann - episode #30

    Keeping Innocence, Imagination & Magic Alive w/ April Combs Mann - episode #30

     



    I’m so thrilled to bring April Combs Mann to you today! April is SUCH a talented musician, and she’s combined that talent with her equally amazing writing skills and Waldorf training to create a podcast for children and families. I LOVE her deep compassion for children, and she inspires me to keep the magic alive - not only for my children, but for myself as well. This episode is chock-full of ways to connect with your children. I think you’ll love April’s humor, ease, and openness. I’ve also ended the episode with one my favorite songs of all time, written and sung by April, from another project of hers- The Honneycombs. So be sure to listen to the end for an extra treat. Enjoy!







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    In this episode you’ll hear:



    -How April went from fronting a rockband to creating a fairytale songs and stories podcast

    -Why she believes in keeping innocence, music and delight at the core of her work

    -An explanation of the Waldorf education model, and how you can incorporate Waldorf-inspired practices in your home

    -How sometimes, we need to keep the magic and wonder alive even if our spouse isn’t into it

    -How April instilled a love of story and reading into her children

    -April’s thoughts on the term “Devoted Wife and Mother”

    -Some honest sharing about how she struggled during the early years of mothering



    Mentioned in the show:



    April Eight Songs & Stories Podcast | Podcast Instagram

    April on Instagram

    April Eight Album: Songs for A Magical Winter



    Tajci Cameron

    Matt Penkin Metal Brainiac Podcast

    Sparkle Stories



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    Books Mentioned:

    Percy Jackson & The Olympians

    Harry Potter

    Chronicles of Narnia

    A Series of Unfortunate Events



    Songs Played:

    The Goblin Dance

    Little Moon







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    • 48 min.
    Working Mom Guilt & Transitioning Back to Work w/ Katelyn Denning - episode #29

    Working Mom Guilt & Transitioning Back to Work w/ Katelyn Denning - episode #29

    Katelyn Denning is a full-time working mother of two, a wife and a life coach who mentors new moms just returning to work.

    Having been a career driven professional for the better part of a decade before becoming a mom, Katelyn struggled with finding her identity and juggling it all when she returned to work after her first maternity leave.

    Through counseling, coaching, research, support and plain old trial and error, Katelyn was finally able to hit her stride as a working mom and today, helps other new moms tackle mom guilt, be more present at work and at home and simplify their lives so they too can enjoy working motherhood. While her “me-time” doesn’t look the same as it did before kids, you can often find Katelyn squeezing in a quick workout, listening to audiobooks or enjoying the luxury that is a hot cup of coffee from her local coffee shop in Northside (Cincinnati).

    Katelyn and I spoke about all kinds of things affecting new working moms (hello, guilt), but this episode has a ton of inspiration for moms in every situation!







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    In this episode you’ll hear:





    -How Katelyn got into the very specific niche of helping new moms transition back into work

    -Ways that moms can get more support

    -Why it’s important to choose to let some aspects of our lives go during this stage, and how morning those losses is okay.

    -Guilt: the many places it can come from and some ways to get to the core of it

    -What a coaching session with Katelyn might look like

    -Some of the exercises that Katelyn uses with her clients

    -How to decide if you could benefit more from a coach or a therapist

    -Tips for transitions between work and home



    Mentioned on the Show:



    Katelyn’s Website:









     



     



     





    Katelyn on Facebook

    Katelyn on Instagram

    Maternal Mental Health Checklist





    The Mom Hour Podcast: http://lifelistened.com/category/mom-hour/

    Joshua Becker:  https://www.becomingminimalist.com

    Allie Casazza: http://alliecasazza.com







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    • 39 min.
    Increase Parenting Satisfaction w/ Ignore It! author Dr. Catherine Pearlman - episode #28

    Increase Parenting Satisfaction w/ Ignore It! author Dr. Catherine Pearlman - episode #28

    Dr. Catherine Pearlman is the founder of The Family Coach, a private practice specializing in helping families resolve everyday problems related to discipline, sleep, and sibling rivalry, among other issues. She is the proud parent of a son in elementary school and a daughter in middle school. Her syndicated Dear Family Coach column has appeared in The Wall Street Journal and many regional parenting magazines. She has appeared on Today and her advice has been featured in Parenting, Men's Health, CNN.com, and The Huffington Post. Dr. Pearlman is a licensed clinical social worker who has been working with children and families for more than twenty years. She is an assistant professor of social work at Brandman University and received her PhD in social welfare from Yeshiva University and a masters of social work from New York University.



    I chat with her about her new book, Ignore It!, and how selectively looking the other way can not only relieve us from having to nag our children, but it also gives them the space to learn from their mistakes. This book was a game changer in my home, and hopefully it can help create a little more peace in your family as well.







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    In this episode, you’ll hear:

    -how Catherine came up with the premise of this book

    -why “ignoring it” works

    -behaviors you can ignore

    -behaviors you can’t ignore

    -specifics on how to selectively ignore

    -a different take on timeouts

    -how quickly you can expect to see behavioral changes

    -why rewarding good behavior is important

    -the difference between a reward and a bribe

    -some specific scenario questions submitted from listeners

    and more!!!



    Catherine’s Website

    Catherine on Twitter

    Catherine on Facebook



    Soul Work Sheet #28







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    • 45 min.
    Politics, Spirituality & Motherhood w/ Rev. Lola Wright - episode #27

    Politics, Spirituality & Motherhood w/ Rev. Lola Wright - episode #27

    A fresh and upcoming voice reminding us of our shared humanity, Lola Wright was raised by hip-hop and has navigated domestic abuse, addiction, corporate success, and welfare.  Lola is the leader of a preeminent mindfulness-based community organization in Chicago.  A wife and mother of 4 children, she is a reminder of power, faith, trust and straight up determination.  Lola is a strong voice who reminds her listeners “Come on, we got this!"







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    In this episode we talk about:





    -Having a sense of self and knowing who you are

    -Spiritual Bypassing

    -Balancing our well-being with political action

    -Being role models of compassion and connection for our children

    -Curiosity as a bridge builder

    -What Lola’s “Love Prayer” is

    -Masculine and feminine energy in the political world

    -Holy disrupters

    -The energy of anger



    Mentioned on the show:





    Lola Wright

    Lola on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

    Bodhi Spiritual Center

    Bodhi on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter



    The Conscious Parenting Summit by BringIt! Home

    Sister Giant

    Marianne Williamson

    The Young Turks

    Lion’s Roar Article Anger

    Enneagram



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    Diets, Oppression & the Well-fed Woman w/ Rachel W. Cole – episode #26

    Diets, Oppression & the Well-fed Woman w/ Rachel W. Cole – episode #26

    I chat with women’s empowerment expert, Rachel W. Cole about why she feels that dieting is rooted in oppression, and why intuitive eating can be seen as a form of activism. If you struggle with body image and/or your relationship to food, this episode is for you.

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    City Living & Montessori Life w/ Lindsay Dewald - episode #25

    City Living & Montessori Life w/ Lindsay Dewald - episode #25

    Lindsay Dewald is a wife, the mother of two young girls and a small business owner in Cincinnati Ohio. She and her husband started The City Flea (a curated, urban flea market that runs monthly May-December) and are just about to wrap up their 6th year of business. Together they are passionate about their community, small business, Montessori education, and design. They just recently built a home in the historic neighborhood of Over-The-Rhine, where Lindsay spends her days making home and mothering. Today, you’ll hear Lindsay talk about how she got into the Montessori lifestyle, how her experience of mothering was turned upside down after the birth of her second child, as well as the joys and realities of city living.

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