34 episodes

Cultivating meaningful conversations for those who yearn for a sense of self outside of Motherhood.

Mother / other Amy Pearson

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Cultivating meaningful conversations for those who yearn for a sense of self outside of Motherhood.

    ”An Awakening” with Bobby Clark

    ”An Awakening” with Bobby Clark

    Amy chats with Bobby Clark, a Scottish-born, Melbourne-based Artist. They discuss Bobby’s journey to becoming a Mother including her ectopic pregnancy, and how Motherhood changed the way she views art and success. It’s a really warm and fun one, full of laughs.


     


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    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


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    • 48 min
    ”Fumbling in the Darkness” with Yahna Fookes of Radiant Birth

    ”Fumbling in the Darkness” with Yahna Fookes of Radiant Birth

    Amy chat’s with Yahna Fookes, professional dancer, yogi, and founder of Radiant Birth, a birth workshop known as 'an immersion for mothers in waiting' based in Victoria. They discuss Yahna's adoption as a baby and her Korean Ancestry, mental health support during motherhood, mothering toddlers, friendships, careers, and how Matrescence can push you deeper creatively.


     


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    SHOW NOTES:


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    Radiant Birth Website

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    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


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    • 40 min
    ”The Power of Surrender” with Annika Hein of JANE magazine

    ”The Power of Surrender” with Annika Hein of JANE magazine

    Amy chat’s with Annika Hein, Mother to Vahla, Writer and Creative Director of JANE magazine. They discuss how to be in the world as a creative and a mother, utilizing the short bursts of creativity available and doing self-work to become the best versions of ourselves for our kids.


     


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    SHOW NOTES:


    This episode is sponsored by Coco Flip. Coco Flip creates distinctive furniture and lighting for people who celebrate the good things in life. Enter MotherOther at the checkout to receive 15% off your order. *Valid until November 7th 2021


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    JANE magazine

    JANE on Instagram


    Ils’a Mother / Other episode 

    Annika’s birth story

    The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read
    (and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did) by Phillpa Perry

    Yarra Valley Writers Fest

    Sally Hepworth – The Good Sister


    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


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    • 48 min
    ”I Actually Can‘t Do It All” with Phoebe Bell of Sage & Clare

    ”I Actually Can‘t Do It All” with Phoebe Bell of Sage & Clare

    Amy chats with Phoebe Bell, the founder of the Australian artisan homewares brand Sage and Clare. Phoebe discusses her journey to motherhood through IVF which resulted in two beautiful children. They also discuss attempting to do it all, burnout, the relentlessness of motherhood, hip dysplasia, chronic mastitis, childcare, postpartum, relationship changes & how to find harmony and balance as a family.


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    SHOW NOTES:


    This episode is sponsored by Noonie. Revolutionary postpartum recovery care invented and designed in Australia. Enter MotherOther to get 15% off your order at noonieaustralia.com.


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    Sage & Clare Website


    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


    If you would like to be featured as a sponsor on Mother / Other, please reach out here.


     

    • 42 min
    ”Motherhood as a Relationship” with Author Claire Thomas

    ”Motherhood as a Relationship” with Author Claire Thomas

    Amy chats with Claire Thomas, Mother of three, and award-winning writer of the novels “Fugitive Blue” and “The Performance”.  Together they discuss motherhood as a relationship, the label of mother, how feminism has impacted motherhood and our yearning to have it all, and motherhood in writing.


     


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    Show Notes:
    This episode is sponsored by Wellread – a curated book subscription service that handpicks the best new literary titles and delivers them straight to your door. Enter MotherOther at the checkout to receive 15% off your first order.


    Claire’s Books:
    - The Performance – Claire - Thomas
    - Fugitive Blue – Claire Thomas


    Books Discussed:


    The Yellow Notebook – Helen Garner
    A Life’s Work – Rachel Cusk
    The Cost of Living – Deborah Levy
    Eleven Hours – Pamela Erens
    Mother Reader – Moira Davey
    The Spare Room – Helen Garner


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    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


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    • 54 min
    "Cracking Yourself Open" with Sophie Walker of Australian Birth Stories

    "Cracking Yourself Open" with Sophie Walker of Australian Birth Stories

    Amy chats with Sophie Walker, creator, and host of the first and most popular Australian Birth Podcast: Australian Birth Stories. They chat about Motherhood, work/life balance, podcasting, and everything in between.


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    SHOW NOTES:


    Support Mother/other on Patreon


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    Australian Birth Stories Website


    Australian Birth Stories Courses


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    Original Music by J. Dale Pearson.


    If you would like to be featured as a sponsor on Mother / Other, please reach out here.

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

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AFilice ,

Comforting and validating conversations

This is such a wonderful podcast with amazing conversations. I leave each episode feeling better than when I started. I’ve had so many similar experiences to what the guests share, things I thought I was alone in feeling or thinking, so it’s been really validating to me. Motherhood can be so isolating, I think this podcast is such a great resource to feel true connection to the experience of being a mom - ups and downs and everything in between.

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