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I had this feeling that you needed someone to take care of you today–and there are a few specific ideas that have touched my life powerfully this past week that I thought could help you, as well.
In this week’s episode, Saren talks with Josie Lauritsen, Founder of Go Jane Give, about easy ways we can use our talents and interests to make fun and meaningful contributions to the causes that call out to our hearts.
Motherhood can sure be overwhelming. The urge to run away is something we all experience at times! In this episode, April and Saren share ideas to help you “run away” regularly through simple and regular breaks – be they 10 minutes long or overnight.
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!)
In this episode, Saren and Tiffany Sowby discuss where to push and where to step back when it comes to parenting teens and pre-teens. Alongside many examples from their experience, they offer some practical and simple advice.
How often do you, as a mother, feel like you’re failing? If you’re like us, it happens more often than you’d like. In this podcast with April and Eric Perry, you’ll receive some sound, comforting advice that you may want to listen to over and over again.
We all know family dinner is important, but how do we logistically make it happen? Join April and Leanne in this thought-provoking podcast that looks at what’s REALLY going on during family mealtime.
Is it OK for our children to have smart phones? Should they be able to have their phones in their rooms at night? Should we set limits on how much time they spend doing different things on their phones and on the computer? What are some ways to monitor what they are doing on their […]
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.
Whether the number of people who “officially” look to us is big or small, our influence always reaches farther than we think.