"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."
Do you ever feel like you work all day as a mom, but no one sees what you do? Brandy Ferner took a picture that went viral of a mom separated from the rest of her party at a restaurant, taking care of the baby. For hours, no one in this mom’s party stepped in to let her enjoy being part of the group.
What would you do if you realized that life was short and we don’t necessarily have much time? That’s what happened to my podcast guest, Satya Scainetti after watching the towers fall in NY on September 11th. She left it all behind to go on a spiritual quest that would lead to a successful business. Hear how she balances a full life with motherhood.
It’s here! It’s here!
I can’t contain my excitement, Raising Good Humans is OUT!!
I want to tell you all about it—on the Mindful Mama podcast.
So I invited a special guest to do a special reverse-interview! Carla Naumburg interviews me on Raising Good Humans.
It felt a little funny to be on the other side of the mic and very fun.
This is a MUST-LISTEN episode.(more…)
Did you know that by making simple changes in your home, young children can feel empowered to perform everyday tasks with little or no help? Making changes to optimize your home environment can help develop social, emotional, and life skills and pay dividends down the road. This episode’s expert, Lorena Seidel, Montessori teacher, a Social Emotional Learning consultant, a Positive Discipline educator, and a mother of three—identifies ways to improve your home!
Stress these days is an epidemic for families—parents and kids. How do we build up resiliency to stress from BOTH the inside-out and the outside-in? In this episode, I talk to Kristen Race, the author of Mindful Parenting, about how we can make small shifts to make profound changes.