On Owning the Motherfucking Badass You Are

Episode 5: On Owning the MF-ing Badass You Are!

All the projects/dreams/goals you want to create?
OF COURSE you can do them. You’re already doing all the things mama.
Listen in to realize how the mom-life makes you EXTRA capable of accomplishing anything your heart desires.

This one goes out to all of you moms who are doing it all – “mom-ing” beautifully, courageously, and hot-messedly.

We often get stuck in the “how” juncture, not realizing that we already have all the tools we need. In fact we’re already using and applying all the skills we need.

In this episode you will discover:

  • how and why YOU are the most capable person to achieve your dream/vision/project.
  • how to appreciate what it is you do everyday as a busy mom and how those skills are transferable
  • how to reframe, redirect and re-channel those skills to serve your bigger goals.
  • How fucking awesome you actually are!

On Reframing Family Time

Episode 4: Non-stop mom-life making you cray? How to reframe family-time

Our experience AND research tells us that relationships are everything. Quality family time is meant to make us happy.

But what if you’re with your family ALL the freaking time? How do we settle into the presence of being with family in a way that it recharges us to do the work rather than it feeling like the work itself?


In this episode you will discover:

    • the value of compartmentalizing
    • the value of leaning in
    • the value of gratitude
    • a critical reframe to heighten your family time, moving you from a place of lack and stress to a place of  flow and abundance.

On Reframing Exhaustion

Episode 3: Tired as Hell? Lean in to that sh*t; the work is in the rest

Trying to do all the things is not only hard it is exhausting. There are many times when I will plan to implement the things on my to-do list and will end up just straight-up falling asleep.

In this episode you will hear about:

    • reframing the guilt around those times you’re just too tired to get things done (i.e. the work is in the rest!)
    • the fluid domain between work and rest, as illustrated by my four year old “Bob the Builder”
    • the importance of giving yourself permission to lean into the “time outs”
    • how the work itself will be refreshed and invigorated by the rest