One of the top stressors, (I think for parents) even BEFORE kids and for some, when deciding to have kids, is how much college will cost.I first heard Jocelyn Paonita Pearson from The Scholarship System, on Adam Carroll's podcast and I knew I had to have her on. Jocelyn is going to share some huge tips on what we can be doing now even when our kids are little to prepare for college, how to avoid scams, and when we should be starting the process as well as what we should be doing. You can check out her FREE scholarship training HERE
Hey mommas! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday week and hopefully not bearing too much weight on your shoulders to do all and be all this week. Today I wanna keep it chill and relaxed amidst the reality that for most of us this week means chaos. So this is me thinking on the 5 things I am most thankful for this Thanksgiving as a mom.
Katherine Wintsch, CEO and Founder of The Mom Complex, is changing the motherhood world one commercial and product at a time. She's out to make sure that more companies understand the modern mom and provide the things we actually need to make out lives easier. Katherine's Ted Talk on The Mask of Motherhood motherhood on the head.
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I am hanging out with Stephanie Peltier Aka Honestly Mommy to talk about the behind the scenes of being an Instagram mom. How she struggled with comparison and trying to find her true voice as a mother through all the social media noise. She's fun, she's real and she's not afraid to tell you that even though her perfectly lit photo of herself drinking coffee looks great...it really took her 10 different tries and 3 different angles to get it to look that way. It's not all about instagram though! We briefly talk about raising toddlers, growing our families and what it was like to get married at 18. Take a listen!
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LeeAnn Taylor author of Fragile Face of God was married young and had planned on waiting 5 years before growing her family. Well, as we all know things don't always happen as we plan them, and soon after getting married they had started growing into a family of 5. Three of LeeAnn's children carrying the full mutation of the genetic disorder the Fragile X syndrome.