Money. Career. Motherhood. That combination may bring up a whole bunch of thoughts and emotions. Each week, join host Janice Scholl as she has candid conversations designed to help moms challenge beliefs about money and motherhood, make smart family financial decisions and prepare children to become financially independent adults.
The money relationships we inherit with Johanna Lynn
So often we see similar challenges in money, relationships and other family issues continue from one generation to the next. According to my guest Johanna Lynn, your family lives on within you, think of it as your emotional inheritance. We talk about how this emotional inheritance can impact your relationship with money, and what we can do to release past events to develop a healthier future for ourselves and our children.
How to change your finances to become a SAHM with Stephanie Sims
Stephanie Sims and her husband thought they were living the American Dream, doing all the things they thought they should – like using their income to buy a bigger family home and new cars – until she wanted to stay home with her baby but couldn’t because of debt. Two more babies later, they decided to make drastic changes to the way they lived and used their money. Stephanie and I discuss how a budget and living below your means gives you the options to raise your family on your terms.
Getting your legal ducks in a row for a small business or side-gig with Asia Marie Woods
In this episode, I talk with Asia about her experience of starting a business, going to law school as a single mom, how someone without legal knowledge can pick the right attorney for them, and now how she helps new business owners ensure they have their legal ducks in a row.
How to choose the right financial advisor for your family with Gaea Verneris
In today’s episode, I’m talking with Gaea Verneris, Financial Advisor and Owner of Legacy One Financial about how she approaches her clients to ensure the goals of her female clients are incorporated into their family’s financial plans, the process of getting to know her clients, and questions individuals can ask advisors to determine if they’re the right advisor for them.
Supporting new moms who pump at work with Dana Kirwin
As the #1 brand of breast pumps in the US, Medela is passionate about helping mothers achieve their personal breastfeeding goals. Medela has created benefits that employers can provide to ensure mothers who nurse receive the support they need to be successful both at work and at home.
I talk with Dana Kirwin, leader of Medela’s New Moms’ Healthy Returns program, on how breastfeeding impacts a woman’s return to work, and the important steps both mother and employer can take to ensure her successful r
Starting a side business while employed with Meg Staples
Meg Staples used her textiles and design education to solve the problem of the lack of quality women’s athletic wear at affordable prices and inclusive sizes through the business she’s founded, Her Tribe Athletics. Meg proves that although the focus seems to be on growing fast these days, you don’t have to quit your day job to start a business. A slow start can be the best way to work through the initial challenges of a new business without blowing your budget.
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Janice is so easy to listen to! She cares so much for the listeners and her guests. Valuable insight and interviews to take and run with as I run my business!
Janice is fabulous & so is this podcast!! A must listen for moms who are entrepreneurs!!!
I love this podcast! The host Janice School is super smart and great to listen to and she has awesome guests. She dives into and talks about Money, Career and Motherhood in such an authentic and real way that actually makes me enjoy listening to these topics that usually might be “informative” but not interesting enough to listen too. It’s really a different (way better) take on these topics. I highly recommend this one, moms!