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Moms who Know

Moms Who Know do less so they can focus on what matters most: taking care of themselves, their families and living their God-given purpose. Every episode will help you to simplify your motherhood.Chanelle Neilson is a mother of 5 kids with a passion for marriage and family, simple living, and personal growth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Why Sibling Rivalry is the Best Thing for Kids with guest Ralphie Jacobs

Ralphie Jacobs studied childhood education and says her true passion is teaching children, but she realized that spending a few hours with a child would impact them for a while, but if she could teach the parents, she would impact their lives. She strives to encourage and strengthen families and create generational change.Ultimate Morning Makeover starts November 1st. Join here.For show notes, visit www.momswhoknowpodcast.comVisit her at www.instagram.com/simplyonpurpose See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

32mins

29 Oct 2018

Rank #1

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Bradley Nelson: The Emotion Code

Dr. Bradley Nelson is the author of the book "The Emotion Code."  In this episode, he teaches about energy healing, trapped emotions, and how we can better our lives with this method. Dr. Brad's free gift:   To learn more about his work: See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #2

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You are Here to do More than be Beautiful with Lexie Kite of Beauty Redefined

Lexie Kite and her sister Lindsey are the creators of Beauty Redefined. Their mission is to help women understand that they are more than a body! We have purpose, and that purpose is so much more than our outer beauty. Lexie gives practical ways that will not only help you FEEL that you are more, but will help change the way you show up in the world.Beauty Redefined offers courses to help you work on Body Image Resilience, and has other great resources: www.beautyredefined.orgFollow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beauty_redefined/Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/beautyredefinedFor Show Notes: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

32mins

11 Jun 2018

Rank #3

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Tiffany Crumbs: Don't Waste the Crumbs

Tiffany Crumbs is a master at saving money at the grocery store, while still feeding her family healthy whole food. She shares tips on being frugal and stretching your food budget. Visit her website: dontwastethecrumbs.com and get your free copy of "Read Food Fast" by going to: grocerybudgetbootcamp.com/momswhoknow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

35mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #4

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Kim John Payne: Simplicity Parenting

Kim John Payne is a renowned educator whose book, Simplicity Parenting, has been translated into over 30 languages and has influenced families around the world. His methods will help you and your kids to simplify and create a happier home! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #5

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Brittney Stefanic: Helping Your Child Sleep

Brittney Stefanic is a sleep consultant. Her hobby is sleeping, and she makes sure to get enough of it for herself and the families she works with. A good night's sleep is possible, even as a mom! Show Notes: Chanelle: Hello and welcomed to the moms who know podcast, I’m your host Chanelle Neilson and my guest today is Brittney Stefanic. This is going to be good because Brittney is a mother of one little guy, was a high school teach turned sleep consultant. I like my sleep. Having babies, that was the hardest thing- not getting enough sleep How did you do with a newborn and sleepless nights?   Brittney: It’s nothing you can prepare for. We thought we were going to cope and night after night you watch the clock and there’s not enough going on on Facebook to get you through the night. It’s a tricky thing, but the good news is it doesn’t have to be   Chanelle: If you’re sleep deprived, that’s all you want is sleep. Tell us more about you and why you became a sleep consultant   Brittney: After we had our son, I was at his checkup. Our pediatrician asked how his sleep was going. And I broke down and was lucky she didn’t push it off. She encouraged me to go home and read and learn the skills to teach him. Went home and started reading and came across the sleep sense program. T his left like a great fit for us. We implemented it and saw immediate progress and I couldn’t help telling family and friends. I quickly realized that I started talking about sleep a lot and took it as a sign that it might be more than just my favorite hobby.   Chanelle: that’s a great hobby!   Brittney: A few months later the opportunity came up for me to join the sleep sense program.   Chanelle: Tell us about the training     Brittney: I looked into the options and realized that it would be a good fit for me. I flew down to Florida and was trained by Dana Obleman, the author of the program. Spent time learning the ins and outs of pediatric sleep   Chanelle: I know of Dana Obleman because when we had our fifth baby, that’s who I turned to to help with sleep issues. Sleep almost seems so intuitive, why would we need help, but we do! There are so many questions that come up. It’s helpful to have a sleep consultant. When my daughter was a baby we didn’t know about this kind of thing. It’s cool that that’s out there now. Let’s talk about some of the problems with babies.   Brittney: Baby age range is from 3 months to 2 years old. The most common pitfall is overtiredness. They’re keeping the little one up too long, and as a result of that overtiredness, it makes the next sleep that much harder. With overtiredness, the best thing that I can recommend is watch for cues: yawing, rubbing eyes, etc. Encourage a nap before they get too tired.   Chanelle: My baby gets still and stares into space. It’s more subtle and it can be hard to catch. Overtiredness, I can see how that would be such a problem. Tell us about newborns.   Brittney: for most newborns, the biggest issue is daytime/ nighttime confusion.   Chanelle: I had one that was really bad. Our first son thought day was night and night was day and it was torture   Brittney: this confusion looks like longer stretches of sleep throughout the day, and catnaps at night. That is frustrating as a parent. Their circadian rhythm hasn’t gotten adjusted. The easiest way to fix this is to expose them to natural light. Open the blinds, etc. Do the opposite at night, so that we can help baby in learning separation of days and nights.   Chanelle: Do parents resist this idea of getting more light?   Brittney: there’s nothing wrong with staying inside and getting more light. There are ways to get exposed to light without leaving the house. Or even a drive in the car while the sun is shining can be helpful   Chanelle: for parents who are resistant, you can get used to it. I have question. I’ve heard that circadian rhythm gets off because when you’re active during the day,   Brittney: you lull the baby to sleep in the womb, and when you’re sleeping, they are more active, so it is an in utero transition.   Chanelle: talk to me about toddlers   Brittney: for any moms with toddlers at home, you know that come bedtime, they will make any excuse! Some of them are hilarious. Toddlers at bedtime come up with a lot of excuses; that’s a really common issue. Be consistent. Toddlers want to push boundaries, but they really want rules and expectations. That can make bedtime shorter and cut out some of those excuses.   Chanelle: I just want to point out something you said. Toddlers want to push boundaries but what they really want is to find out where those boundaries are. When we give them that stability , they feel more safe and they feel more secure. Even though we can feel mean, it’s important to know that its good for them.   Brittney: I couldn’t agree more.   Chanelle: let’s talk about common parent mistakes. False assumptions about sleep, etc.   Brittney: I’ll start with this one: my baby is just a bad sleeper. I try to educate families, but that kiddo just hasn’t learned the skills yet that they need. Sleep is a skill. It isn’t because they can’t, it’s because they don’t know how   Chanelle: but are there bad sleepers?   Brittney: there are very rarely things that would get in the way of sleep, for example, sleep apnea. In most cases, a skill needs to be learned and habits need to be broken.   Chanelle: that’s good because it gives us hope. That belief that my baby is just a bad sleeper makes us feel like there’s nothing we can do. When you change that it’s a lot more hopeful: there’s sleep in the future. What else do you hear from parents   Brittney: back to mindset. I hear my baby is never going to sleep through the night. I like to encourage families to say “yet.” Using that word really changes the mindset for parents. Because sleep is a skill, and believing that we can teach them that skill, means that we can help them and they will get there.   Chanelle: It gives us hope. What else do you hear from parents?   Brittney: parents will say, children will fall asleep whenever they’re tired. This is rarely try. Think about sleep as you would about nutrition. It’s rare that kids just love vegetables. We encourage it, we give them choices and support. It’s the same with sleep. It’s rare that a child would choose to sleep. They would rather stay up and be with their families. You might be a lucky parent, but more often than not, kids need that structure and support.   Chanelle: the only kids that I’ve really seen fall asleep is when they are way overtired and it’s late and they haven’t had a nap all day. That’s not a healthy pattern when your kid is so tired that they’ve been up for that long. Other than that, you’re getting cues, but they’re not actually falling asleep.   Brittney: exactly, rarely are they choosing to go to bed. They would rather stay up and have fun   Chanelle: that’s why structure is so important and helping them understand the routine. Tell us any last pieces of advice.   Brittney: one of the things that I love most is educating families about importance of sleep. It allows them to grow and develop, immune systems to fight off common illness, focus in school, energy for activities. Sleep is equally as important for parents. We need that time for our own sanity and relationships, and our own health and wellness. Sleep can and should be our reality.   Chanelle: we can all work to make sleep our hobby and reality. Thank you for being here and I wish you all a good nights sleep and thank you for being here on moms who know! Brittney offers free 15 minute consulting calls. Visit her website to schedule a call with her! brittneystefanicsleep.10to8.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

26mins

15 Jan 2018

Rank #6

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How to Define and Plan the Life You Want with Kelsey Murphy

We have a vague idea of what we want in motherhood. We know we want connection with our kids, we know the little things matter, we know we have dreams we want to go after and accomplish. In this captivation episode, Kelsey Murphy gives actionable tips for defining and taking steps to plan and live the life we want. What One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupFor more from Kelsey, visit:https://www.instagram.com/kelseymurphy/https://www.kelseymurphy.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

35mins

6 Jan 2020

Rank #7

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How to See Your Boring Marriage in a New Way: Couples Who Know

It's the inevitable. Once you've been married for a while, things start to become familiar, stale and even boring. How do you keep the relationship growing when you've been married for a while? This episode highlights 10 ways to keep boredom and familiarity from killing the relationship.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34mins

2 Sep 2019

Rank #8

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How the Hard Things Make you Stronger with Melanie Wellman

Melanie Wellman has been through a few hard things. She lost her dad to cancer at a young age, she suffered with postpartum depression, and she was divorced after being married for 23 years. But the struggles have made her stronger and have helped her identify her purpose, who she really is, and helped her to help other people. We can own the hard stuff, let go of the false idea of perfection and grow into who we are meant to be.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupLearn more about Melanie's work here: www.comefollowmeforus.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

11 Nov 2019

Rank #9

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Ashlee Birk: The Moments We Stand

Ashlee Birk had just had her 5th baby when her husband was shot and killed...by the husband of the woman with whom he was having an affair. In one moment, her life completely changed. Ashlee has used this experience to grow and stand tall, and chooses not to see herself as a victim, but as a survivor. For more from Ashlee, visit her websites: themomentswestand.com areasontostand.com See her segment on Dateline. Ashlee loves to hear your stories and features them on her blog. Email her at: themomentswestand@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

23mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #10

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Allie Casazza: Minimalism for Moms

Allie Casazza was overwhelmed with her young kids and her never ending jobs. Until one day, she knew that she needed to get rid of the stuff that was taking over her life. She started with the toys and continued on, simplifying her stuff, and then simplifying her life. Minimalism can help you clear up the clutter in your life too.   Allie's website: alliecasazza.com Her awesome course to help you get started: Your uncluttered home course Listen to her podcast here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #11

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How to See the Potential in Frustrating Kids

Do you ever feel frustrated with your kids? I found myself stuck in a pattern of being frustrated with one son who just wouldn't get stuff done! This was starting to affect our relationship, so I tried an experiment to see if me changing one thing would make a difference. Listen and find out what I did to see if it will help your kids get their work done and have a happier home and family.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

18mins

24 Jun 2019

Rank #12

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The Most Important Thing Moms Can Declutter with Rachel Nielson

Moms often have a lot of clutter--and not just in the way you might think. Besides our stuff, we often have cluttered schedules and mental clutter to deal with. This episode is a must listen for moms to help them learn what they can let go of to really simplify their lives and motherhood.Visit Rachel at 3in30 Takeaways for MomsFor show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comWhat One Little Thing are you going to do differently because of what you’ve heard today? Let me know! www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroupDid you leave a review? Get your thank you gift here: http://bit.ly/simplethankyou See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

25mins

30 Mar 2020

Rank #13

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Alissa Parker: Life lessons after losing a daughter in a school shooting

Alissa Parker tragically lost her daughter Emilie in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. She talks about that experience, dealing with the emotions, learning to forgive and the positive steps she has taken to help schools become safer places for children. Find her new book, An Unseen Angel, here: http://www.anunseenangel.com For more information on how to make your child's school a safer place for all students, check out the resources at: http://www.safeandsoundschools.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

27mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #14

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Leta Greene: Discover your Hotness

Leta Greene understands what it means to be hot. This woman is obviously hot on the outside, but she knows that her--and all of our-- beauty is so much more that that! Leta will help you get over your negative thoughts and find your inner hotness. Show Notes Chanelle: Hello and welcome to the moms who know podcast, I’m your host Chanelle Neilson and I’m way excited about today’s guest, Leta Greene. Leta, thanks so much for being here. Leta: Of course, I’m super excited about being here. I love moms because I’m a mom! Chanelle: Yes, she is not only a mom, she is hotness personified. What you need to know about Leta is, if you look her up, you will find the world hotness associated with Leta and I love it so much. I love that you just own it, so let me tell you a little more. Leta is an International speaker and author Leta Greene inspires each of us to embrace what makes us individually hot and amazing. As an image consultant and makeup artist for almost twenty years, Leta has helped clients to not only look their best, but to feel their best in the workplace. Her message is one of honoring yourself through being authentic to who you are. It is through humor, stories, and a new way of seeing the everyday that makes Leta’s audiences of all ages want to hold on for more! Her kids and hubby bring it home for her; anytime she thinks she is too cool, it’s time to cook dinner. They help her keep it real – but she’s still hot! I love it because it’s so true, anytime you think you have it together, the kids need you to make dinner, or in my case, change a diaper or whatever, do the mom stuff. Leta: or they’re throwing up somewhere Chanelle: or they’re throwing up, exactly Leta: you’re like, “I’m hot stuff, and then, yeah, I’m a mom. Chanelle: Exactly. Leta, you were recommended to me by a listener and I just want to throw out that I love it when listeners make recommendations and I had not heard of you previously, and after this recommendation, I went out and read some of your stuff, watched your TED talk, listened to another podcast you had been on, and then I kind of wrote you a love letter, I feel like. It was a little mushy Leta: I felt a pitter patter in my heart Chanelle: “Leta, I have to have you on the show!” Actually, I edited myself a little bit there because it was a little too mushy. Leta: you know, who doesn’t love that? Chanelle: I didn’t want to cross from love letter into stalking territory so I toned it down a little Leta: That’s true. I do delete people who misunderstand what hotness means. Chanelle: That’s true, that could be a problem Leta: I have to set the boundary..with all this hotness Chanelle: So, lets start there, let’s start with hotness. How did you come to realize your true beauty and your hotness? Leta: like all of these listeners, they can’t see me so they don’t know that I’m not a size 2 bombshell with everything perfectly plump in all the right places. I am a normal mom who has the 3 C’s-padding to my stomach: children, cheesecake and chocolate and I meant every piece, I was just talking to my daughter the other day and she said mom why do you make the joke that I didn’t inherit your triple chin…I got to explain to my daughter the humor of irony…you know I’m just a normal woman with… a normal body type, and the thing is that does not diminish my beauty, my purpose, my ability to connect with other people. It is simply a reflection in a mirror that can be changed by how I choose to think about me. Anorexics see fat people in the mirror because of what they have repeatedly told themselves. Start to see who we are through more divine eyes, we will start to see our true value. I have a story about how I started to realize that I was a true hottie Chanelle: Tell us about that story Leta: When I was 15 years old I moved to a new town and I thought this was a great chance for me because I thought I could become a new person. With all the confidence of a 15 year old girl I had to stand in front of class. And I have to introduce myself and the entire room starts laughing, and the reason they were laughing is because my first name was Leta and my last name before I got married was Mon, so Lead-them-on. And that wasn’t really funny for me to have a porn star name. My mother was horrified and told me to go by Frances, my middle name. I was bitter. I had had some hard things in my life where I had not been protected and I had a conversation with my God and I was angry with Him. The good news is I was talking to God, and he wants our frustrations, our hurts, our fears. I don’t know why this line came to my mind, very clear. It said you need to practice a new way of thinking of yourself. As a truckers daughter, I had never heard anything like this before. Practice a new way of thinking of myself? And this line- Everyone in this room loves you. It took me years to realize the irony of this, I was in a room by myself. Up ‘til then, I had allowed my self talk to be I wasn’t attractive enough, fat, ugly unfortunate personality. I thought I was stupid. These things become your self talk. I walk into school repeating to myself everyone in this room loves you. In two weeks I was voted the Spirit queen, which blew my mind. There had been no new wardrobe or anything like that, I just started thinking something better about me and I became more attractive. After moving back to where I was before, kids that had teased me, now this guy was asking me out. I didn’t go out with him because he was a poopy pants. Chanelle: yeah, he was teasing you, he didn’t deserve you Leta: which developed one of my rules for life: if you can’t show respect for all girls, I won’t go out with you. ..80% of what we naturally think is negative. The natural chicky babe- we naturally think what those magazines have thrown out, what people and their poopy talk say. I just started changing what I thought about and moving things into my life on purpose and that were more to my purpose. And I’ve become someone that thinks very positive about myself, even with my normal body. Women will be like, you’re not really that hot, and I’m like “wait ‘til you get to know me- I am.” It’s not a competition with any other woman. Its actually giving permission that even if you too are not perfect, you too are wonderful and perfect and everything you are meant to be. Right now in this moment, you are enough. God has not asked us to be perfect in this moment. The concept of perfection is not one that is created by God but one that is created by he who is poopy, who wants everything to stink, who does not think we are good enough. Chanelle: I love that so much. I’ve seen that in my own life, where after I had my 5th baby, I don’t know why, I guess, you know just finally I got to this point. I don’t know that I’m the full level of hotness. I don’t know that I’m telling myself that every day. After I had my 5th baby, I just felt hot. Things are bigger and saggy and droopy, and you’re leaking, Leta: It’s a different kind of beauty. Chanelle: I felt all the kinds of beauty. Practicing a new way of thinking of yourself matters. Leta: I kept going with that intent. Even if you have a funny name, you have to define and abdicating what we choose to think about is spiritual slavery. IT’S giving up all of our potential. When we ask another person to validate us, we don’t believe it. It’s all up to us to change how we think. Chanelle: How do we do that? Leta can do this because she’s hot, but how do I get there? Leta: The first step is recognizing where you are and what is happening in your head. If they think they’re pretty positive but everything they say is negative, they need to be aware of their thoughts. Everyone gets dressed in the morning to some level. I recommend that anytime you are in your bathroom you will only say things to yourself that you would say to your child…whatever we put in is what is going to come out. Ouch, we need to look at these thoughts for the little people that call you mom, for your husband. When you’re in that space, say nice things to yourself. Your subconscious mind will believe whatever you tell it. Multitasking- do it while you’re doing something else. When you’re doing that for you, say nice things to you. Repeat whatever it is you want to work with. Work on those little tiny things. Implement it during that time, I call it vanity prayers. Being beautiful is not vain… this is the time that I am just taking care of me, so that I can walk out of that bathroom so that whatever I’ve done is a symbol of what I’ve done internally. Chanelle: What if you don’t believe what you’re saying? What if you feel like you’re lying to yourself? We are all beautiful, I believe that, but what if you can’t say that to yourself? Leta: that goes back to what is truth? What is true about you? Borrow God‘s perspective if you need to. Does God believe that you can become better? I believe that anything I need I can ask God for. What good am I putting out there believing all the poop? Everyone has negative thoughts. God expects us to change. Wherever we are in our life, we have to opportunity to start molding our brain and our life. We can mold ourselves. I was at the bottom of the scale, but I took control of how I thought about myself Chanelle: That is powerful powerful stuff. We all get the choice of what we think about ourselves. Leta: We don’t get to choose the circumstances. Before we came to live on this earth, we lived with a loving God. Multitask your affirmations. Chanelle: it’s very realistic. We’re going to get ready. We’re going to brush our teeth. Leta: even if you’re just sitting with your newborn…I have a whole story about how I met Satan. I’m at the post office and I reach down to pick up my son’s binky, and I see that the person who went to help me. I am looking into the face of Satan, he had horns, pitchfork on an ear, filed his teeth. I asked ‘what brought you to the post office?” Satan? I had never talked to Lucifer before. I kept talking with him and I said can I ask you a personal question, I assume you weren’t born that way, why did you get that done. He said God is Dead, children are ruining the planet. I said, my job as a mom is to bring him into the world and to give him life and to feel that everyone loves him. If people don’t love me I’m kind of shocked, and he said not everyone loves him and I said my job is to give him tools. And I said, I’m so sorry that no one did that for you. He teared up. He was a symbol of what he thought about and what he believed. At the end of the day, Satan did reach down to help me. When we are confronting our inner demons, what message are we sending out to the world? We need to let them know that life is good and everyone can love them, and those that don’t are just broken and that’s okay, we just give them love. Chanelle: I am sad that we’re out of time, we are going to have to have you back…In the bit of time we have left, what is burning that you need to share? Leta: we all have hard things and you might be thinking that I don’t get it but I will say that our savior Jesus Christ gets it and he wants so much for you. Being able to be a mom is a gift. It is a sacred responsibility god knew that you would have your broken places and to invite him in. God gave you those broken places to be able to teach your children Chanelle: That is key for all of us, to use those broken places to help other people. It starts with knowing who we are and allowing ourselves to feel good and get rid of the poopy talk Leta: that’s how he gets us. He brings us down with poopy talk. For listeners you can make it better by what you think about and what you choose to become. Chanelle: I am so glad we have had you on the show. Where can people find you? .Leta: letagreene.biz Facebook: Leta Greene aka Hotness See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34mins

8 Jan 2018

Rank #15

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How I weigh LESS and feel better after 5 kids than I did before: My SANE story

This episode details how I changed some of my eating habits to bring real health, vitality, and, yes, weight loss to my life. These principles of eating come mainly from Jonathan Bailor's work. In this episode I give specifics about what I eat, and what this lifestyle looks like day to day.   Visit the FB page for recipes and more! www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

21mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #16

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Where to Start When You Want To Make Changes In Your Life: One Little Thing with Kristin Brown

You want a meaningful life. You want to use your creative gifts and start that project you’ve always dreamed of. You have goals and plans for the future but it feels impossible to get going on any of them when you’re so bogged down with the day-to-day busyness of ordinary life. Even if you had the answers and the next right step, how would you find the time to make your dream life happen?What if you were crystal clear on your life’s purpose & exactly what you are here to do?How would it feel to know you were creating your dream future, one small step at a time?What if you knew you had balance in reaching your goals AND your home and family?What if you felt confident you were on the right track to living a truly fulfilled life?Check out the Find Your Purpose Course to feel the satisfaction that comes from making consistent progress toward the life you dream of.The Find Your Purpose Cart is open through January 9th. Click here to learn more and get started getting clear on your purpose. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

16mins

8 Jan 2020

Rank #17

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Routines: the power of consistency

In this episode, I share my daily morning and evening routines. While your routine may include completely different things, I hope this episode helps you think about what you want your day and your habits to look like. What we do consistently shapes not only our day, but our life! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

21mins

28 Dec 2017

Rank #18

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How to Get to the Heart of Your Issues with Food with Biggest Loser Contestant Sarah Nitta

Dealing with weight loss struggles wasn't always an issue for Sarah Nitta. She thought if she could just pretend she didn't have a problem, no one else would notice either. After gaining 80 pounds as a newlywed, and unable to have children because of her weight, Sarah knew something had to change. She applied for and competed on The Biggest Loser. This episode talks about her experience on the show and what life has been like since.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

36mins

14 Jan 2019

Rank #19

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How to Have Good Communication in Marriage: Couples Who Know

We hear about the importance of good communication in marriage a lot. But somehow, it can still be a struggle! In this episode of Couples Who Know, James and Chanelle talk about communication- what gets in the way and keeps us from having good communication, what a really great conversation can look like, and how to make it happen regularly.For show notes, visit: www.momswhoknowpodcast.comTo discuss this week's question, visit: www.instagram.com/momswhoknowpodcast or www.facebook.com/momswhoknowpodcastgroup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

15 Apr 2019

Rank #20