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Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: taking care of themselves, their families and living their God-given purpose. Every episode will help you to simplify your motherhood.
Chanelle Neilson is a mother of 5 kids with a passion for marriage and family, simple living, and personal growth.

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Moms who Know Chanelle Neilson

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9, 128 Ratings

Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: taking care of themselves, their families and living their God-given purpose. Every episode will help you to simplify your motherhood.
Chanelle Neilson is a mother of 5 kids with a passion for marriage and family, simple living, and personal growth.

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    Physical Self Care: One Little Thing

    Physical Self Care: One Little Thing

    This month on the podcast, we're talking all about health and physical self care.
    What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
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    • 4 min
    Why Self-Care is the Answer with Samantha Brody

    Why Self-Care is the Answer with Samantha Brody

    Dr. Samantha Brody says, “You can’t fail at self care.” When we know how we want to feel, we can take a step back and decide what will give us that feeling. Self care is the loving act of seeing what we need- and making it a priority to get our needs met. 
    For more information and to get Dr. Samantha’s book, visit: www.drsamantha.com
    Values Exercise from Overcoming Overwhelm 
    Sample Chapter from Overcoming Overwhelm
    Stress Less Outside the Box ebook
    For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
    What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
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    Today's episode is sponsored by Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Podcast, a fairytale podcast for kids about extraordinary women from all over the world. 

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    • 30 min
    The 7 Most Important Times in a Mom's Day

    The 7 Most Important Times in a Mom's Day

    When you think about all the influence moms have on their kids, it can be overwhelming. You want so badly to be a good mom and to do right by your kids.
    You know that motherhood matters.
    If you’re like me, when you hear stories of amazing moms, you wonder, “Am I falling short?”
    But motherhood is really about the little things.
    You can take advantage of small moments every day to connect with your kids that will help you be the kind of mom you want to be.
    If your day isn’t filled with Instagram-worthy photos and Pinterest-inspired trends, you are not failing. Those aren’t the things your kids really want anyway.
    Here are the seven most important times in a mom’s day, and how you can take advantage of the little moments to make the most of your time with your kids.
    For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
    What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
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    Today's episode is sponsored by Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Podcast, a fairytale podcast for kids about extraordinary women from all over the world. 

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    • 27 min
    The Best Way for Moms to Quit Feeling Overwhelmed with April Berezay

    The Best Way for Moms to Quit Feeling Overwhelmed with April Berezay

    “As I was hitting rock bottom, feeling buried alive, the debt, my husband working all day long, I was mad all the time.
    I had a victim mindset.
    I hit walls all the time in the way I was perceiving things.
    The first action I took… was I knew that I had to hire a coach.
    I needed someone to help me see a different perspective and offer some different mindset tools for me and assist me in recognizing that I had the power to experience this with a different heart and that I was the solution, instead of my circumstance or my husband being the problem.”
    Learn more about how to make self-care a part of your life and get out of overwhelm in this episode.
    Visit April on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/april.bodellberezay
    For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
    What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
     Did you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyou
    Today's episode is sponsored by Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Podcast, a fairytale podcast for kids about extraordinary women from all over the world. 

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    • 35 min
    The Best Way to Start Your Day: One Little Thing

    The Best Way to Start Your Day: One Little Thing

    Join the Self-care challenge this month, July 27-31
    Sign up here: momswhoknowpodcast.com/selfcare
    My morning routine:
    Spend time outside-physical
    Helps circadian rhythm CalmingGet into nature
    Journal- this is mental self care
    Helps me:
     process my thoughtsget in a peak stateMeet my goals each day
    Practice Yoga-physical 
    Helps me:
    Wake up my bodyFeel strongMeditative movementStretchBreathe
    Meditate-mental and relaxation
    Helps me calm my mind
    Read Scriptures and write
    Helps me:
    Connect with god
    Make connections between what I am reading and what I am going to do with it, what I have learned, etc.
    Breakfast-nourish
    Same breakfast every morning- vegetables and protein
    Social self-care: taking this time for me in the morning sets me up to strengthen my relationships and be calm and present with my family and others 


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    • 10 min
    The Secret to a Happy Mom: These 10 Specific Behaviors

    The Secret to a Happy Mom: These 10 Specific Behaviors

    If you are a mom, you know that your kids bring you untold amounts of joy…along with never-ending piles of laundry, mountains of dishes and plenty of stress.
    Getting kids to bed one night is hard, but add that to the times they get out of bed for a drink, or to tell you that they heard a noise, or to ask for a story, every night…for years…and it’s exhausting.
    Moms are tired.
    You are overwhelmed.
    You are trying so hard to be a “good mom” and yet feeling like you are failing every day.
    Motherhood is hard. But we can choose happiness by simplifying motherhood and doing these 10 things.
    For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com
    What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast
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    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
128 Ratings

128 Ratings

dale@crushcollegestress ,

I’m hooked!

I found this podcast a couple of weeks ago and I love it! Every topic is so relatable to real life and the conversations are deep enough to be valuable. I feel like I’ve read a book or an article on the topic by the end of the podcast. Thank you for great guests and your own insights on motherhood. 🥰

Skavenfox ,

Good stuff!

A whole lot of wisdom with a dash of entertainment, Chanelle has created an excellent show! Thanks so much and keep up the great work!

Cheryln_Gibbs ,

Great Wisdom and Insight

Where were you 20 years ago when I was struggling with the isolation and frustration of motherhood. As my kids grow up and get older I want to give them the support that I never had. You are inspiring me to honor women's choices to be mothers. Good work and great podcast!!

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