Career Mom Podcast
The US is fighting for 4 weeks of paid family leave. The next few weeks are crucial for the bill’s passing. Use your voice and power on social media and join the campaign to fight for paid family leave.
Do you know your enneagram number? The enneagram is 9 personality types; defined by a core belief about how the world works or as Libby Cole says “your why”.
This week’s episode is all about my FREE Working Mom Identity Workbook! I’ve had this idea ever since I launched Episode 1 of my podcast, two years ago!
If a mom is out of the workforce for three years, she loses 37% of her total compensation power forever! Ashley Connell of Prowess Project is changing that!
Corporate America was designed by men for men. It assumes someone else is managing your household, not that a person would be doing BOTH like working moms do.
Natalie Nielsen got divorced as a stay-at-home mom. Now, she’s designed a ‘Plan B’ life. She went to college, landed a corporate HR job, and started a business.
October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. I’ve experienced 3 losses. I’ve learned that miscarriage grief isn’t normal grief; it’s complicated.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a previvor and survivor of breast cancer, Gila Pfeffer is passionate about prevention and early detection.
The truth is transitions are hard. I wish I had tips and tricks, but what this episode provides is a lot of validation that returning to the workplace is hard!
“Shoulds” are expectations set on us by society, ourselves and others. We need to examine these things and compare them to what we “Must” do to be ourselves.
Corporate cultures change when we break down the “woman” identity. The experiences of Black, gay, Hindu, etc. women are as important as those of white women.
I’m tired of pretending I’m the same employee I was before. I’m tired of thinking there is something wrong with me because working motherhood feels impossible.
Carla Burgess had a baby in her 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. She’s been a stay-at-home and working mom. She shares what she’s learned over her decades of motherhood.
Brain dumps, Most Important Task and Pomodoro method are my favorite productivity tools. They’re great to use when you’re overwhelmed or distracted.
Peeing your pants while laughing, sneezing or jumping IS NOT NORMAL. Urgency, painful intercourse and low back pain after having a baby IS NOT NORMAL.
COVID19 has done a number on working moms. The mental load exploded with working from home, virtually teaching, and still managing our households and careers.
Women receive a lot of the external messages about how to dress our body types for clothes to be flattering. Dacy Gillespie throws those out the window!
2020 rocked working moms. Listen to a collection of amazing women on their reflections of being a working mom in 2020. Then, reflect on your own year.
The day to day operations of having children, running a household, AND managing a career is a lot! It takes a lot of stamina and perseverance to be a working mom. I, like my guest, Ashley Redeckenwald, was so unprepared for this. The stamina needed for working...
I started this podcast because I had an identity crisis when I became a working mom. Ever since I figured out what was happening to me, I can't stop relating experiences to identity. During COVID, I've had another identity crisis. This time I realized what was...
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Answering the fundamental questions of identity will help you explore, understand and redefine your working mom identity. I've been exploring and talking about identity for years and this is where your journey starts.