117 episodes

30-minute podcasts with 3 doable takeaways to make your family life a little better each week.



Hosted by Rachel Nielson, a mother, writer, and podcaster

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms Rachel Nielson

    • Parenting
    • 4.9, 1.5K Ratings

30-minute podcasts with 3 doable takeaways to make your family life a little better each week.



Hosted by Rachel Nielson, a mother, writer, and podcaster

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

LalaMo3 ,

Listener since episode 1!

I heard about Rachel's podcast right from the beginning. Her's was the first podcast I had ever listened to and I have loved it since day 1. Once I started listening to other podcasts I realized Rachel's is so well done and stands out high above the rest. I often feel like I'm listening to long commercials or eavesdropping in on 2 people's telephone conversation when I am listening to other podcasts. NOT Rachel's!! 3 in 30 is SO planned out and the information, I can tell, has been well thought out and prepared so that we get the highest quality information in the least amount of time.
When I was diagnosed with cancer and had to undergo surgeries and chemotherapy for many months, I was so uplifted by listening to her episodes. I would often save listening to an epidode until I was sitting in my chemo chair at the infusion center so I would have something happy to distract me and lift my spirits. One of my favorite episodes is #109- how to find gratitude in the marathons of life. One of my goals when I was diagnosed was to remain thankful. I wanted my children to see that even though life can be really hard, we always have so much to be grateful for. Looking for the "tail winds" is exactly what I aim to do as a woman and a mother. One little thing I could be grateful for was an uplifting, entertaining podcast to lift my sprits as I went in for yet another chemo treatment. When Rachel referenced Elder Christofferson's sermon on "Give us this day our daily bread", I listened to it and was so encouraged. He talks about taking our hard times one day at a time. When I thought I couldn't do it, when 6, 5 ,4 3, any more chemo treatments seemed like too much, I'd ask myself- can I do this 1 treatment? Can I make it through today? And miraculously I'd get up and go in to that place where the smell of alcohol made me want to push the sweet nurse away and run as fast and as far as I could. Thank you Rachel for putting such a high quality porgram in a place where it is available to so many. I appreciate and admire your work so, so much.

elizj15 ,

Go-to podcast!

This is in my top three go-to podcasts. There is always something I learn from Rachel and her guests.

Sten05 ,

3 in 30 has my ❤️

Rachel,
3 in 30 has been such a blessing in my life. This podcast has truly resonated with my heart. I don’t think there is an episode that I listen to that doesn’t make me cry happy, and fill my heart with compassion and love.
Even when I thought an episode may not have been for me, such as those about business, my goodness how I learned!
I admire your goals and ambitious to care for your family and your heath; it is such an example. Enjoy your December break; we will be here awaiting your return.

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