"The Mindful Mama podcast is changing my life in so many good ways. I have had so much fun implementing the things I’m learning,
sharing them with others, and seeing the change in my family. Thank you for your podcast, Hunter!"
"This podcast is answering all the questions swirling in my head about how to be an amazing parent. Hunter Clarke-Fields
is a totally relatable mom and super entertaining."
My guest, Nicole Lovald, was a military spouse juggling a full-time job, a two-year-old, and the constant stress of dreading the word that her husband would be killed or injured when her hair started falling out in clumps. The continuous stress of her life caused her body to start shutting down. Hear the story of how she found her way out through yoga, and now teaches others to recognize the signs of stress, anxiety, and overwhelm in our bodies and find better ways of managing it.(more…)
Do you feel like you are constantly doing? Like your to-do list overfloweth? Too many of us aren’t present with our families because we’re constantly going in an effort to feel worthy in our achievement-dominant culture. But did you know that it’s actually MORE efficient to do less?(more…)
What do we do with our fears? They tend to creep up on us, leading to experiences of anxiety that keep us from being present. In this podcast episode, Rebecca Wong, LCSWR, teaches us that fear can be our friend and our teacher, showing us where to tend and heal.
Do you feel like you are on a hamster wheel, being pushed and pulled around by life? It can seem like change is insurmountable, but this week’s guest, Shonda Moralis shows us how to empower ourselves and achieve our goals, bit-by-bit, over time.
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When you’re a single, black, adoptive mother, you look around this culture and find very little representation. So much so that your story may be invisible to the white majority. While we know that not every family looks like Donna Read, many white moms may not realize the ways that we can support black moms—or make it even harder.