Sunit interviews Monaica Ledell, the president of Truth Hacking and founder of the popular blog and website, Mommy Breadwinner.
Monaica and Sunit have a light and candid conversation about being the "type A" woman who strives for excellence, how to "navigate" all the things, and what the journey to being the breadwinner in her home looked like for Monaica. Any mom who considers herself a driven go getter will enjoy this conversation and Monaica's honest, laid back style. They talk about how they have both managed to let go of the "juggle" in this season of their lives, what they prioritize in life, how being a driven mom is different than being a driven man, and ponder mom guilt, among other things.
A must listen for any woman who is on a path to success!
Sunit talks with Tara Clancy of Nurturing Literacy. Tara specializes in helping children develop language and reading skills, and shares her personal story of discovering some barriers to literacy in her own kids. Undiscovered problems that cause all sorts of other issues in young children, including delays in literacy, poor sleep, physical manifestations such as elongated jaw, and delayed potty training at night, among other things, could be the root of seemingly mysterious problems in early childhood. Tara and Sunit both share their personal experiences with their own children, and the signs and symptoms that led them to finding solutions, and Tara shares what else to look for and also the steps you can take to intercept these problems. This is an episode that all young moms need to hear. Your child's behaviour issues or delays in other areas could be the result of an undiagnosed sleep or breathing issue. These often go unnoticed because they manifest at night while you think your child is having a restful sleep. An absolute must listen episode!
Sunit interviews the founder of Better Postpartum, a postpartum support program for women in their "fourth trimester". Sunit and Natalie talk about why postpartum depression seems to be on the rise, and how to get in front of it so you can prevent it. Natalie shares her own story, and gives tips on what to look for as a postpartum mom, what to prepare for while you're pregnant, and how you can enjoy the days after you give birth in the same way you enjoyed your honeymoon! This episode will inspire you to be more intentional about how you enter the most important role of your life so that you can thrive, and not just survive, in motherhood, and beyond.
Sunit interviews the founders of Komae- a childcare app that has filled a gap that seemed to exist in the world of babysitters and nanny services. Komae allows you to network with trusted, like minded friends and parents within your community, who will participate in babysitting exchange services for points. Not only does this serve your childcare needs, but it also fosters the idea of the village, and looks to build relationships outside of just childcare. The idea is genius, and will have you thinking, "why didn't I think of that?". But more importantly, Amy and Audrey answer Sunit's questions about how they got started, and what has helped them go from being simply having a lightbulb moment to actually turning it into a thriving business. They share wisdom that will inspire any mom thinking of taking an idea and turning it into something more. Listen in as they share their story and practical tips!
Today Sunit interviews Nicole Cooley. Nicole is a money coach who works with people to manage their money with intention and purpose.
They talk about how to get your finances under control and what it means to be an intentional spender. Nicole shares tips on how to start switching your mindset around money, especially when you are a mom who may feel guilty for spending!
A great conversation to listen to with the hubby!
Go check out Nicole's offerings on her website https://www.nicole-cooley.com
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Sunit interviews Shelly Peterson, a psychic medium who shares Sunit's passion to inspire women to connect to their deeper selves and live a life of abundance and inner peace. They talk about self care in motherhood and what meditation really means. They also talk about how the Law of Attraction plays into your experience as a mom, and why mindset is EVERYTHING. Tune in as they chat about living life at a higher vibration, and how to raise children who don't throw tantrums. This episode is packed FULL of juicy goodness and mom tips. If you are levelling up in your life, you definitely do not want to miss listening to these ladies chat about how to live the mom life of your dreams.
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Sunit interviews stylist Jennifer Mackey-Mary and they talk about the f word, mom style, and capsule wardrobes. Jennifer drops some truth bombs about motherhood and feeling your best, and shares some insight into how to feel good about yourself and what you wear. A fun conversation that shines a light on being a mom, while not losing interest in the things that make you feel pretty.
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Sunit interviews Anjelica Malone, author of "Milk Boss 101". Anjelica guides women through pregnancy, birth, and motherhood, and has a unique story. Her and Sunit chat about their different viewpoints on motherhood before they had kids, and the defining moments that shaped them into the mothers they are. Anjelica is well traveled, and shares tons of tips on how to travel with young kids. In this conversation, the energy is high, and both women have a heart for inspiring moms to live their best, most high vibe life after becoming parents. The tips and encouragement they share will leave you feeling inspired to rock your own mom life! Go check out what Anjelica is up to at www.anjelicamalone.com
Sunit talks to health and wellness expert Amanda Koch about living a healthier life. They discuss all the ways in which they themselves have struggled or been inspired to go down the rabbit hole of health. Listen in as they chat about how to take the small steps to a life full of health and vitality, and all the different ways that your food and toxins in your environment might be affecting your health and even your mood.
Sunit talks about self care and how she designs her life in a way that all of it feels like self care. Find out what it means to live a life of self care and why this should be your goal. Self care is not something you do for a few minutes here and there, it should be a way of life. With everything at our finger tips these days, living the life of your dreams, and being at the top of your game in mind, body, and soul is absolutely possible. You must get into the right mindset and take control of your happiness. Listen in as Sunit shares tips on how to take the small steps forward to a less busy, more fulfilling mom life.
Sunit has Susie Parker of www.sleepbabylove.com back on the show for a second time. They do a deeper dive around the topic of sleep and discuss how to raise good sleepers. Sunit shares how she got her twins sleeping through the night at a young age without harsh sleep training. They also talk about:
-what sleep regression is and what's normal
-how teething can be affected by sleep and why some parents don't even notice their kids are teething
-signs to look for that may indicate your child isn't sleeping properly as they get older
Sunit and Susie offer up a Q&A to the listeners. If you listen to today's episode and have more questions about sleep, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer it on a future podcast episode!
Streaming live from Facebook and Instagram, Sunit addresses the Florida shooting and what it has to do with intentional parenting. she talks about gun control, meditation, and why they don't throw birthday parties for their kids! If you want to raise kids that contribute positively to the world and reflect the values and hopes and dreams you have for them, you must reverse engineer your goals to guide them in the right direction. Listen in as Sunit shares examples from her own parenting of how and why they have made the choices they have, and the key to being confident in those choices.
Sunit and Cat Stancik of www.actionincubator.com talk about mindset shifts you can be making to stop feeling guilty as a busy mom. They talk about how you can stop being a mommy martyr and start rocking your mom life. They discuss everything from baking perfect cookies to sending christmas cards, and what self care truly means. If you are ready to stop talking about how busy you are and how much you aren't getting done, and START talking about all the amazing things you are doing, this episode is for you!
"Stop dreaming the dream and start living the dream"-Cat Stancik
Sunit interviews Health and Wellness Coach Michelle Beckner. They talk about all things nutrition and health eating and how moms are often the change makers and change starters in the home when it comes to bettering nutrition. Listen in as they dicsuss:
-how starting your baby on solids is an important time to be intentional because it can be the beginning of food choices for life
-why it's important to not have a double standard when it comes to food for kids vs adults
-the key signs that a baby is ready to try solids, and some resources to help you decide how you want to introduce them
-what is the ideal age to introduce spice and variety
-how moms can change their perspective around raising healthy eaters and why it's important to do so
And much more!
You can check out her website here:
Sunit goes live on Instagram to share her thoughts after learning a friend passed away from cancer. She talks about why this inspires her more than ever to live a healthier life and how moms have a chance to make change if they take action and speak up.
In this episode, Sunit talks to author and Ted speaker Suzanne Brown about the life of working moms and her book, "Mompowerment". They discuss all the options that working moms have, as well as the different seasons of life that can bring changes in desires and perspective. Suzanne shares stories from her book which is a collection of inspiring stories from working moms that will be sure to get your brain buzzing. Being a working mom is not easy and this interview will introduce you to some ideas that may help you navigate your work life balance! It doesn't have to be all or nothing!
You can check out Suzanne's book and all her offerings here:
In this episode, Sunit interviews founder of Fit Mom Go, Erin Kendall. Erin is a personal trainer and mom who knows what it's like to juggle kids AND workouts. Erin and Sunit talk about fitness at all stages of motherhood, how to be focused so you can be productive, and why every minute counts. Workouts don't have to be long to be effective! Erin also has a youtube channel and all sorts of services that can help guide you in getting fit at home with your littles running around!
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Today Sunit chats with Brooke Wilkerson, of www.brookewilkerson.com
Sunit kicks off the new year by walking you through how she sets intentions, instead of resolutions, for new chapters in her life. If you are looking to do life differently this year, or feel ready to start the new year off the right way, this is the episode for you! Listen in as Sunit talks about:
How our compass from childhood should no longer rule the decisions we make as adults
The 4 steps you need to take to begin changing negative thoughts to positive ones
What neural plasticity is and why it matters
How exactly to map out your intentions for the new year, and come up with mantras and focus words that will keep you on track
In this season finale episode, Sunit interviews Melissa Schulz who is a DONA certified doula and and they talk about how to TRULY be prepared for motherhood. It is the solid final message after a whole season of hitting home the fact that we need to do better as expecting moms. Don't say "this doesn't apply to me". Ask "HOW it applies to me".
Many women prepare with the material things but are not prepared mentally and emotionally. Listen in as Sunit and Melissa cover:
Take a listen to this live stream where Sunit expands on last week's episode, and talks more about how to own your power as a mom, learn to be confident in saying yes to what serves you and no to what doesn't, and what greeting cards for moms tell us about mom life today.
Sunit and guest co-host Brittia Kubeczka talk about the importance of thinking ahead and planning for self care. They hope to inspire moms to be confident as they walk into motherhood, keep their power, and understand that self care doesn't mean self-ISH. Momma knows best and there is no need to feel guilty when you make decisions that are aligned with your family's goals and values!
Sunit talks about how it is that she is able to live a stress free and centred life while everyone around her seems to be busy all the time. She talks about the way she uses the power of "no" to eliminate anything and anyone that doesn't serve her, and issues a challenge to moms everywhere-say no to the things that bring you no joy, so you can say yes to the things that do.
Sunit Interviews Doula and Baby concierge Jessica Zablan of the Birth and Baby Co. in this episode.
They discuss pretty much everything but the birth. Tune in and take a listen as they talk about
-the ins and outs of purchasing baby items second hand
-what is absolutely necessary to purchase and what is not
-how far ahead of when you will need the items should you be purchasing them
-the mindset shifts that need to occur so that you can truly serve your baby in the way they need, instead of worrying what everyone else is doing
And much more!
Check out the website at www.thebirthandbabyco.com
In this episode, Sunit shares the cornerstone pillars that she uses in her coaching of new and expecting moms, that will help moms prepare for, and thrive, not just survive, in mommy life. From not losing yourself to parenting with intention and knowing what kinds of kids you are trying to raise, and doing it all with hubby on the same page, these 5 pillars will lay the foundation for your parenting blueprint.