Brandi and Emily talk about what they DON’T do with their kids, at home, and in their lives. In this episode, they talk about the importance of identifying your personal and family values and then prioritizing what they do, what they ask for help with, and what they opt-out of altogether.
Allyson Pitre, M.A., LPC, The Mommy Therapist, talks about isolation and loneliness in motherhood. In this episode, she shares warning signs on when spending too much time alone may be a problem and advice on how to overcome our fears and build relationships and community with other moms.
Are you struggling to balance the demands of being a mother, running a household, and managing a career? US TOO! In this episode, we talk about how re-framing work-life balance as work-life harmony has helped us ditch the guilt of being working mothers. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom with a side hustle or a full-time working mom that goes into the office for a 9-5, you’ll find something to relate to in this episode.
How do you treat your postpartum body? If you’re like us, it’s complicated. Sometimes, we’re in awe and totally love and respect our bodies for everything they’ve done. And other times, we’re beating up on ourselves and not being very nice, to be honest. On today’s show, we unpack our feelings of ambivalence and talk about how we want to improve our relationship with our bodies.
We’re shining a light on mom rage, a topic that tends to be misunderstood, ignored and shamed. Many moms experience rage, but are too afraid to talk about it for fear of judgment or being labeled a “bad mom.” Join us as we discuss our personal experiences with mom rage, our triggers, and what has helped us to chill the hell out.
Motherhood is hard, yo. We love our children dearly, but sometimes we can resent the responsibilities of our role as a mom. In this episode, Emily and Brandi talk about the push and pull of motherhood, overcoming the guilt moms experience when we just want to be left alone, and why it’s so damn important moms set aside time for themselves.