Jen Lumanlan, the host of Your Parenting Mojo podcast, and I delve a little deeper into mindfulness and my parenting journey using these techniques to parent more effectively.
We explore how to get started with your practice (for beginners) and acknowledge that it can be challenging to find the time to be fully present, but encourage you to start with a short meditation daily.
Join us for an on-air mini-meditation. If you didn’t catch this episode, be sure to listen to it here on the Your Parenting Mojo podcast.See full transcript
These are challenging, heartbreaking times. This is a recording of the first part of the Mindful Parenting Membership coaching call from June 2, 2020.
For more resources on mindfulness go to: https://www.mindfulmamamentor.com/resources/ or MindfulMomGuide.com.
With warmth & lovingkindness,
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I confess: I’m jumping over to this message from Amazon where I was browsing Breyer horses.
Yup, it’s the holiday season! When our attention is often fractured in several different directions.
Are you feeling the stress of it yet?
Me too. So without further ado, I give you my five sanity-saving holiday tips: (more…)
Now that my girls are strong, confident swimmers, I can turn into one lazy mama at the pool.
After years of being in there, helping them swim, and catching them when they jump, I figured I’d earned it.
But this summer’s found me balancing my laziness with bursts of wild jumping from the diving board and play.