Follow me I had the pleasure of chatting with Briana Villegas on a recent episode of What I Wish My Mother Taught Me. Briana is a Cycle-Syncing coach, and she helps women understand and leverage the different stages of their menstrual cycle. Helping women turn the cycle into something that works for them instead of something to push through or pretend isn’t there. Our cycle impacts every aspect of our life, communication, our motivation, our energy, our appetite, and how we relate to other people in our life. Tools to Help Young Girls Manage their Cycle Women should have basic knowledge of how our bodies work and how it should…
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Work-Life Balance: What Every Young Woman Should Know about the Many Hats Women Wear
Choosing to embark on a "mentorship" for other young women is no easy feet, begging the mentorship process by Identifying potnetial work-life balance conflicts and their consequences.
How to Improve Gut Health in Children [+ 15 Recipes to Help You Get There]
it’s important to consider your children’s gut problems. Gut health in children can contribute to how your child feels and experiences the world. It can influence how often they get sick, how they digest food and absorb nutrients, how prone they are to experiencing anxiety or depression, how tired they get, and much more.
How to Teach Your Kids to Trust You: Become your Children’s Safety Net.
Follow me “I tell my kids that I am their safety net. They should come to me with anything. No matter what, I will not judge, but we will work it out together.”How should a parent build trust with their kids? On the What I Wish Podcast, my guest and I discuss building trust with your children. I learned so much from my guest this week. One of my favorite lessons from our conversations was that I should be my children’s safety net. Establishing yourself as your children’s safety net equates to building a relationship where your children trust you. How do you establish this trust? Listen Openly To effectively…
Life as a Girl-Dads: What it feels like to raise a daughter from a Father’s perspective
Follow me Trevor Gabbidon, author of Daughters Grow Up So Fast: From A Father’s Perspective, joined me on the Podcast this week. We had such an exciting conversation about the intricacies of being a girl dad. I enjoyed listening to him talk about being a father and enjoying the ride and experiences of a girl dad. The Mind of a Girl Dad Ever wonder what goes on in the mind of a girl-dad? Trevor and I dive into what goes on in the mind of a dad as he watches his little girl grow up. Trevor and I also discussed how raising girls differs from raising boys and the essential…
What Children Need the Most from their Parents.
Children have two basic needs. Children want love and attention. While I agree with Sandra, I think kids also need affirmations and consistency.
How to Prioritize Your Self-Care: Give Yourself Permission to Rest
Men are great at giving themselves permission to rest. Women should also permit themselves to take a break. It is okay to take a break, pick a day, a time, and just rest.
A Mothers Heartbeat: The Effect of Your Heartbeat on Your Kids.
For any mom who has ever questioned her worth, second-guessed her parenting skills, worried over a child’s wrong choices, longed to be a perfect parent, or desired to make a lasting impact on her son or daughter
Loving Your Kids: Your Love is Enough.
What do you make of your daily efforts, what do you make of the laundry you do, the homework you help with, the breakfast, lunch and diner you make? What do you make of the kisses, the hugs, the visits to the park, the story time, the walks around the block, the kisses on a cscraped knee...the ”I Love yous”
Epic! Best Digital Library for Your Kids
For a family of readers and learners, Epic was a lifesaver. After the school year ended and the library was closed, we were able to log both the eight and the 4-year-old to read and play games.