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This week’s podcast: Mindfulness

Episode #47 Interview with Hunter Clarke-Fields, Mindful Mama Mentor

Are you familiar with the mindfulness movement? Mama mentor, Hunter Clarke-Fields is here to talk to us about how to use mindfulness to become the mom we want to be. She is the host of the mindful mama podcast and author of the soon-to-be-released book, Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting. You can find her at www.mindfulmamamentor.com  

Supermom Kryptonite: Starting Mindfulness

Using the words “I can’t”. “I could never to take 2 nights away” “I could never send my 9 year old to summer camp.” “It’s my daughter’s soccer game and I can’t miss that.” Try to eliminate the words “I can’t” from your vocabulary. When we say “I can’t,” we give away our power and authority over our life. Consequently, this makes us feel helpless and powerless.  

Supermom Power Boost: Mindfulness as a Habit

Switch “I can’t” to “I am choosing”. “I am choosing not to go on vacation by myself.” “I’m choosing not to send my child to summer camp.” “I’m choosing not to miss my daughter’s soccer game.” This small change will get you back in the driver’s seat of your life. There is a cost to thinking “I can’t do what I want”. Reminding yourself of how much power you actually have is a huge boost of power. mindfulness

10 Powerful Questions

5 Questions every morning to give you clarity and intention.
5 Questions every evening to give you satisfaction and gratitude.

This is the best way to get you in the driver’s seat of your life.

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Relief from Money Worries

Episode # 171 – Relief from Money Worries with Liz Carroll Here, we usually talk about whatever is stressing moms out the most. So even thought I focus mostly on parenting issues, money is something that effects all of us and is a big source of stress. Today I am interviewing Liz Carroll from MindfulMoneyMethod.com. … Read more…

How to become a fun mom instead of a nagging mom

Episode #170 – How to turn off “Task Master mode” and have fun with my 13 year old boy. Question of the Day: I’m pretty sure my kid is going to grow up and remember me as a nagging, grumpy task master. He’s barely 13 and our relationship is already on thin ice. On the … Read more…

Letting Go Challenge

 Letting Go Is there something you need to let go of? Most moms intuitively know when they need to let go of something, but this often is accompanied by a  resistance to doing so. The thought of letting go induces a tight feeling of holding on. When part of us wants to let go, … Read more…