Welcome to my new podcast - Auntie Nelly’s House! I’m so excited to share this podcast with you during this different and difficult time, 1. Because I miss you & I miss talking to people. 2. I wanted you to come over and sit in my living room by the fire or gather around my kitchen island for a cup of tea, but you can’t right now. So basically, I’ve mic’d myself up & decided to do the next best thing: ask everyone I know to virtually come over to Auntie Nelly’s house for a little conversation & connection. I’m so glad you’re here.
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House we talk about burnout, well-being & how that relates to work, family & life right now. Shelley Prevost shares her story of personal & professional burnout & how she walked the road back to find center & help others through her company The Big Self School.
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House Podcast, we're honoring Trans Awareness Week! Our guest today is Connor Boucher, a college student, who shares his experience as an 18 year old trans man. Connor generously talks about his family & social life, academic & athletic journey as a trans teenager. We discuss ways adults can make environments safer & more supportive for trans youth. And of course - we talk pronouns!
Nicole Hendrick Donovan
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House, Nicole shares her story of courage, vulnerability & resilience on her family's journey to an Autism diagnosis for her son Jack. We build our conversation around memoir, "A Life Suspended: A Mother and Son’s Story of Autism, Extinction Bursts, and Living a Resilient Life".
MEDIAGIRLS with Angela Scott & Amanda Mozea
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House we talk about helping & supporting our young people - especially our girls - with their lives online. We also talk about taking extra good care of media heath & well-being during Election Week.
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House, we talk to Lenore about the societal pressure put on parents to be perfect, never make a mistake or turn our backs & how that negatively impacts our children's independence & growth. Lenore is warm & funny & we would have talked to her all day.
In this episode of Auntie Nelly's House, we talk about raising globally engaged, anti-racist families. Homa helps us remember that we don't need a PhD in International Relations to introduce and continuously learn about our interconnected humanity. Plus, Homa just has a way of putting us at ease & reminding us we can do anything with a little intention & hope, .