Screen time is an issue for most deliberate mothers. How much time do your children spend in front of a TV, computer, tablet, or phone? Do you struggle to know how much is too much? In this episode, Saren and April offer some ideas that can really help!
Need some great tips for helping your family stay screen-free this week? Here’s a link to a past page for some great information and resources to help you accomplish that and get reconnected in real ways: Join Us for Screen-Free Week
We want to make changes and improvements in our lives, but sometimes it feels like there are either WAY too many changes to make–or the changes themselves feel too big. Not anymore! Enter “Tiny Habits for Moms,” a simple, amazing process that will make positive changes practically effortless.
Wish your little ones helped out more around the house? Linda Fogg-Phillips of Tiny Habits® Academy may have the answer you’ve been looking for. Studies show that children develop lifelong habits breathtakingly early, and this article shares great ideas for how to get your toddlers on board.
Ever feel like there is WAY too much to do in a day? Could you use more sleep? More quiet time? More focus? Then you will not want to miss this powerful discussion with Greg McKeown, author of the phenomenal book, “Essentialism” and April Perry. (You’ll immediately feel relief!)
As an overwhelmed new mom, Rachel Nielson finally acknowledged that she had an eating disorder. As part of her counseling, Rachel learned about a mindset called “intuitive eating” which taught her how to trust, respect, and listen to her body. Listen in as April and Rachel discuss what she learned.
You’re most likely going through something difficult right now. It could be something personal–deeply personal or private, and you can’t really speak with anyone about it. This is a podcast that was recorded specifically to help heal your heart.
Like trust, self-esteem can take months, even years, to build—and sometimes seconds to destroy. It is crucial for parents to pay close attention to their child’s self-esteem, because it can be an indicator of other problems.
Whether the number of people who “officially” look to us is big or small, our influence always reaches farther than we think.
No matter how crazy the day … no matter how discouraged I feel … no matter how dismal the state of our nation, The Heartbeat Check offers sanctuary.
We all want to keep our kids safe–in person and online, and today’s podcast with Special Agent Heather Ryan is full of practical ideas to get going in the right direction.
Ever wished you could stop a productive, happy mom in her tracks and ask her how she does it? That’s today’s episode of Power of Moms Radio with Chantol Sego.