Maria Alcoke, from the Engine Mom Podcast, knows a thing or two about juggling multiple things that she enjoys doing. Maria is sharing how she let some of the daily tasks go, figuring out how her multiple passions fit into her life and letting go of that picture perfect idea of balance. We talk about asking for help, how we need to reevaluate who we are and what we want occasionally as we continue to change and evolve and also how she was able to change her mindset from being the one who does it all to only doing what she really wants to do.
Red Table talk is my new jam when it comes to keeping it real on motherhood. Today I am talking about Jada Pinkett Smith's new facebook series Red Table Talk and sharing some tips on talking to your daughters!
Does this sentence sound familiar? "I don't want to have to ask you to do it, I just want you to do it!". Today, I get to talk with Gemma Hartley, who is a writer, reporter, and author of a forthcoming book on emotional labor and the mental load. This idea of emotional labor went viral after Gemma wrote an article for Harpers Bazaar entitled, "Women aren't nags - we're just fed up".
What does dressing like a mom even mean?! My thoughts on why you shouldn't "dress like a mom". And no it doesn't have anything to do with style.
Karen Haberberg has spent twelve years as a professional photographer documenting stories of human resilience: the memories of a Holocaust survivor, the daily life of a developmentally disabled young adult working on a farm, and more recently, kids with rare genetic conditions. Karen’s parents lost their first child, Rafi, at age three; he died of Tay–Sachs disease before Karen was born. The memory of the child who died so young is never far from the family’s collective consciousness, and inspired the work on this project.
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