Right around the time that her babies arrived, Cat was blogging and freelance writing. She would soon make the leap to full time entrepreneurship. Though she says she wanted to show other moms what was possible, she quickly felt like she was drowning. So she enlisted a very part-time mother’s helper and eventually was able to hire a part-time nanny. As a millennial mom herself, Cat knows exactly how challenging motherhood can be. Not only that, but millennials are facing unique financial situations.
From crushing student loan debt and graduating amid the Great Recession to soaring housing prices and stagnating wages, it’s not easy managing your money as a millennial. Host Cherylanne Skolnicki describes herself as a former corporate-ladder-climber, carving out a new path as a writer, speaker, and coach. Her podcast offers actionable tips and inspiration on creating work-life balance that works for you, while achieving your greatest potential.
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Today, we’re going to delve into the world of phone photography and the challenges that come with managing the thousands of photos we take every day. We all have a camera in working from home podcast our back pocket, but what do we do with the photos we take? My guest for this episode is Stacy Canzonieri, a professional photographer and founder of The Memory Keepers Club.
- Being expected to be in your chair, 8 hours a day, at predetermined times set by (let’s be honest here!) some dude who has never sat up all night with a sick preschooler or teething baby…
- Trying to bend and stretch your schedule to make all your opportunities work?
- There’s a lot of pressure on moms—in pop culture, the media, and even from friends and family—to be perfect.
Dr. Marks also specializes in sleeping problems and often appears on major prime-time television to discuss important sleep-related issues. In her book, Iben presents six essential principles that spell out P-A-R-E-N-T, providing a practical and upbeat approach to raising happy, confident, and successful kids. Join us as we uncover the secrets of Danish parenting and learn how to incorporate the Danish way of parenting into our own lives. As a compassionate guide, Tracey takes it upon herself to lead her clients towards a brighter, more intentional life.
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Being a single mom is routinely challenging and sometimes overwhelming. In her real-talk podcast about the single mom life, host Khalifa Araba is dedicated to listening to all kinds of single moms and sharing their stories with all the single moms out there. If you’re looking for a down-to-earth podcast full of practical advice and hearty encouragement from real-life moms, this is the podcast for you.
She also emphasizes the satisfaction of achieving professional goals and admits that she really does enjoy making her own money. Shared finances or not, Cat says many women value feeling like they are contributing financially and being a working mom allows them to do that. Of course, Cat points out that being a working mom in the financial education space allows her to help people beyond her family, too. This isn’t a working mom podcast, but covers all topics motherhood-related.
The Mom Project
I’ve included it on my list because it’s incredibly relatable, encouraging, and honest. Hosts Meagan Francis and Sarah Powers often have different approaches to an issue, which I appreciate. Even better is how they address those differences – always respectfully, and without judgment.
Please listen to this episode and share with friends, family and loved ones. One of the biggest barriers Ashley sees in working moms is their lack of confidence to return to work or pivot careers so we talk a lot about confidence in this episode too. I’ve created a free working mom identity workbook and an accompanying podcast episode to help you take the first steps to understand your identity. Answering the fundamental questions of identity will help you explore, understand, and redefine your working mom identity. Use your voice and power on social media and join the campaign to fight for paid family leave.
Don’t forget to listen to Fairygodboss’s podcast, in which we present interviews and advice from top female professionals and executives. Of course we’re already fans of Working Mother online and in print. Now you can listen, too, thanks to Working Mother Radio. This weekly show is hosted by a working mother of two, Bettina Bush, who brings the pages of Working Mother to life in the studio and on the road. Today’s episode focuses on the transformative potential of small daily habits that can revolutionize your health. Despite knowing the impact of these habits, many of us still find ourselves trapped in a season of burnout.