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056: Doña Bumgarner on Finding Yourself When You Can't Quit Motherhood and Trusting Your Gut Even When You Have No Clue What You're Doing

Going There with Jen

Are you a mom and feel like a part of you is missing? That you’re going through the motions and things look good but it all feels a bit empty? Then this episode is for you and I chose it SPECIFICALLY for my 50th birthday because I’ve been there and Doña Bumgarner has too. With so much love in our hearts for you…You can’t quit motherhood (well – you technically can but that’s not what we’re going to focus on here) so when Doña found herself unexpectedly pregnant and with no clue what the hell she was doing…she trusted her gut and looked back on life realizing she’d been able to figure things out thus far so what’s one more (admittedly HUGE) thing?Listen in as Doña and I talk about how hard (and rewarding!) it can be to be a mom in a culture that doesn’t really support mothers…not really if we’re being honest AND why it’s so so SO important not to lose yourself along the way.Remember…our kids are watching!Shownotes: jenvertanen.com/going-there-dona-bumgarner/✨Come say HI on the socials!✨Instagram: jenvertanenFacebook: jenvertanenClubhouse: @jenvertanenSubscribe here to get my fave resources for checking back in with yourself.And if you're finding yourself fairly checked-out and are ready to check all the eff way back in? Let's explore if coaching is a good fit for you! My tell-it-like-it-is mama-bearness may be just the thing you need to make the progress towards a life you love the 💩 out of.


16 Apr 2020

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BONUS: Nurtured Babies Need Nurtured Mamas featuring Doña Bumgarner

Postpartum Perspectives

BONUS EPISODE: Doña Bumgarner is a life coach for frustrated moms who are exhausted by living in a culture that doesn’t support them as moms or as women.  She helps them get in control of all the parts of their lives, so they can feel like great moms and whole humans. Doña is also the host of the Nurturing Habit podcast, and she shares the ways we can nurture ourselves as whole women so we can live more complete and vibrant lives.  She gives great advice, and I loved chatting with her about how we have to learn to trust ourselves to do what is best for us and our families.DOÑA'S CONTACT INFORMATIONWebsite // Facebook // Instagram // PodcastRESOURCESPostpartum Support International 24/7 Warmline - 1-800-944-477324/7 Crisis Text LineUS - Text 741741Canada - Text 686868UK - Text 85258National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 Hotline - 1-800-273-8255POSTPARTUM PERSPECTIVESInstagram // TwitterEmail - postpartumperspectivespodcast@gmail.com


29 Mar 2020

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147: Get Control of Your Life with Doña Bumgarner, Life Coach + Podcast Host

The Out Entrepreneur | Bringing Our Whole Selves to Work | Conversations with Leading LGBTQ Bosses

Doña Bumgarner is a life coach for frustrated moms who are exhausted living in a culture that doesn’t support them as mothers or as womxn. She helps them get in control of all the parts of their lives, so they can feel like great moms AND whole humans. Doña is also host of Nurturing Habit podcast, about the ways we nurture ourselves as whole womxn so we can live more complete and vibrant lives.


28 Jan 2020

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053: Finding and Loving Yourself Again After Kids with Doña Bumgarner

Happiness Happens

Doña Bumgarner is a life coach for frustrated moms who are exhausted living in a culture that doesn’t support them as moms or as women. She helps them get in control of all the parts of their lives, so they can feel like great moms AND whole humans.  Doña is also host of Nurturing Habit podcast, about the ways we nurture ourselves as whole women so we can live more complete and vibrant lives. In this episode we talk about: Her shift from executive, to mom, to entrepreneur Practicing mindfulness in challenging moments How to rebuild a negative story into an empowering one The need to have interests and what shifts when you do Balancing motherhood with personal dreams Pressure and judgement towards other mothers How to lift each other up and the power that brings How to let go of guilt and shame You can find Doña at www.nurturedmama.net, on Instagram @nurturedmama and on Facebook @nurturedmamablog Listen to her podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher, or find show notes at www.nurturedmama.net/podcast CONNECT WITH ME https://www.instagram.com/simona.nicole/ https://www.instagram.com/happinesshappenspodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/simona.nicolee/ https://twitter.com/simona_cos www.simonanicole.com


20 Jan 2020

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Parenting, Motherhood and Taking up Space as Women with Doña Bumgarner

Your Soul Is Knocking

Today we have Doña Bumgarner on the show. Doña is a life coach for frustrated moms who are exhausted living in a culture that doesn’t support them as moms or as women. She helps them get in control of all the parts of their lives, so being who they are makes sense again. Doña is also host of Nurturing Habit podcast, which is about the ways we nurture ourselves as whole women so we can live more complete and vibrant lives. We discuss:-        How she became a coach for moms-        Mom pressure and where it comes from-        How we release the pressure of being the perfect mom-        How to cure kids’ boredom and still give yourself space back to yourself-        What to do about screen time-        Why we, including adults are all addicted to screen time-        Why there is so much parent judgement and bullying-        How to stop your inner critic-        What is emotional and mental labor-        How to prevent burn out as a mom-        How women can take up more space in the world-        Choosing between a working mom vs. stay at home mom-        What women must do to create change in this worldAnnouncementsDon’t forget to subscribe and leave a review.  Let me know via email and be instantly entered to win a free BQH Session.Join the super food with me - www.isharepurium.com! Reach out to get 25% off your first order!Detox heavy metals the safe way - http://healwithjen.cosevatrs.comBook a Quantum Healing / Past Life Regression session - https://www.jen-shin.com/the-healing-spaceConnect with Doñawww.nurturedmama.netIG @nurturedmamaFB nurturedmamablogEmail donabumgarner@nurturedmama.netFree stuff! Download a workbook to help you get back in control of your time and energy https://www.nurturedmama.net/subscribe Connect with Mewww.jen-shin.comIG @iamjenshinEmail healwithjen@gmail.com


18 Dec 2019

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How to influence our experience of life with Doña Bumgarner

Good Things in Life podcast

We can’t change some of our circumstances but we can influence how we experience them. We can develop thought habits and adaptations that help us instead of hurt us. Life coach, Doña Bumgarner, talks me through how I might think differently about some of my less than ideal ways of managing stress and self-perception. Check out the full show notes page here. If you are enjoying the Good Things in Life Podcast, I would so love it if you would rate and leave a review in iTunes. The more ratings and reviews the podcast gets, the more likely it that others will see what Good Things in Life Podcast has to offer.


21 Nov 2019

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The Art of Nurturing Ourselves: Doña Bumgarner, 46

Forties Stories

Thank you to everyone who has followed along with our #onekindsummer campaign. I am excited to start up our interviews again! With the spirit of self-compassion in mind, today we’re focused on the art of nurturing ourselves. Doña Bumgarner and I talk about her unusual childhood, her winding path to motherhood, and how she recreated her life after nine months of cancer treatment. It was a joy to talk with her. Doña is a coach who works with women who know that there is much more to life than their kids - but they’ve lost themselves in the role of motherhood. She helps them make sense of their lives and learn to stand up for themselves and the lives they want to create. You can find her at Nurtured Mama, where she blogs and has a podcast called The Nurturing Habit. You can find the show notes at www.fortiesstories.com. This project is a labor of love for me, so if you are enjoying it, I would be grateful if you would not only rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, but also share it with a friend. I love hearing from people I know say they’ve listened to the podcast and how they’ve connected with an episode. It gets us into a conversation about how life is really going that wasn’t always happening before. I treasure that, so send an episode that resonated with you to a friend with a note. You might just spark something.   Thanks for listening, and I'll see you next Tuesday!


9 Jul 2019

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14. Self Care with Doña Bumgarner

Mom Like That Podcast

This week we talk to Life Coach Doña Bumgarner about how moms can un-schedule their lives to make time for things they love and time for self care. We talk about automating things in your week to free up time mentally and physically. We talk about how younger moms struggle with trusting their intuition more than moms who are older and why this happens. We talk about how to trust ourselves more as parents. We talk about what self care means and how Doña took steps to make changes in her life and what Terri's journey in making a chance looks like at the moment. Lastly Doña gives tips to moms embarking on a new journey especially as mompreneurs.


8 Jan 2019

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Ep139: Doña Bumgarner on Podcasting, Coaching, Project Management, and Productivity (Friendpreneur Series)

Jump Start Your Joy

This week I’m so excited to have Doña Bumgarner on the show as part of the Friendpreneur Series. This series highlights conversations I have with friends, who are also entrepreneurs, and we dish the behind the scenes realities of starting a business, and what it looks like in real life. Doña Bumgarner is the powerhouse behind the “Nurtured Mama” blog, the voice of the “Nurturing Habit” podcast, and an amazing coach. Doña is a dear friend who I met through coaching. She and I share so much in common - we are both project managers, both coaches, both podcasters, and both moms to first graders. I really loved getting to talk to her about her journey and where she’s at. We also talk about her experience in my “Jump Start Your Podcast” class, which is where she got her start for her show, which is in its second season. Why you need to listen: There’s a lot of becoming an entrepreneur that’s about highlighting your strengths, and leaning in to what you already know and what you’re an expert at. The thing is, there’s a lot of “noise” out there that will tell you there’s a certain way to do things. A certain way to market yourself, a way to be a coach, what a coaching practice looks like, and what it means to be big or to have “made it.” There’s so much noise, in fact, that it can be easy to second guess what you know. Or to make busy work for oneself trying to fit that mold. Even when you KNOW marketing, you KNOW how to run a project, and you are a darn good SME “subject matter expert” in many fields. The doubt or the noise or both will throw you for a loop and make you think maybe there’s a different or better way than the one you’d naturally follow. Here’s why you need to listen to this episode Dona’s doing a couple of things that are very different than what all that noise might want you to do. First, she’s looking at ways to layer in her project manager background with her coach training, and creating something brand new with the marriage of these two specialities. Second, she’s actively working on creating structure in her day to mindfully do LESS with her time. You read that right. She’s using time management and prioritization to make room to do less, and to ditch the busy work. This allows her the space to breathe, to be, to spend time with family. The project manager in me really loves this, both that she’s leveraging what she knows and is so good at (creating structure in chaos, a la project management) and creating something new with it with her more recently acquired skill set, putting a “why” behind the structure. She’s focusing on structure to leave more room for the other things that matter in her life. In this episode, Doña Bumgarner and I talk about: Her journey to becoming a coach Her experience with having breast cancer and being a survivor How society places worth on women being able to “do it all,” and how judgements (internal and external) arise when doing it all is not sustainable (and it never is) Time Management, and how it’s generally the pursuit of getting it all done (but doesn’t need to be) Doña’s goal of teaching productivity so people can focus on doing less (instead of more) Who Doña loves to work with in coaching, and how getting unstuck makes all the difference Podcasting! And her approach to seasons; doing one season on grief and the next on self care Dona’s approach to maintaining a podcast, by doing bi-weekly episodes and setting a time limit on how much time she spends on each episode Healing emotional scars of the past The crossroads of productivity and self care Her 3 thoughts on jump starting your joy: look to the past for clues on where you are headed in the future, allow the shift to happen, get help if you need it to process change, and create structure to make space for the things you want to do Resources Nurturing Habit: Doña Bumgarner’s Podcast Website Nurtured Mama: Doña Bumgarner’s Coaching Website and Blog Overwhelmed by Brigitte Schulte on Amazon Get to Work Book by Elise Blaha


29 May 2018

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A Path Through Grief with Doña Bumgarner

Nurturing Habit

In this short episode, I talk about the healing path through grief that I learned about from guests in this season of the podcast, and through the season of grief I have been living in in my own life. If you, too, are grieving, I hope that this series of conversations, and this episode, are of support to you. Find show notes and links to all the Season 1 episodes at Nurturing Habit.com


22 Jan 2018