Hunter Clarke Fields is an accomplished blogger and podcaster over at Mindful Mama Mentor (www.mindfulmamamentor.com). She’s here today to share some of her best insights on how we can all make parenting a little more peaceful.
This week, we're talking about how inspired we were by a recent "celebration of life" party our friend held for her father instead of a typical funeral or wake. Also, more thoughts on the Stoneman Douglas kids as well as a friend's thoughtful approach to his dog's last moments.
This week on the podcast, we're unpacking the 2018 Olympics and our niece's dance competition - and how all the athletes entertain us, give us hope, and inspire us to chase the same kind of "fire" they experience in our everyday lives.
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This week, we're talking about "currency", and not necessarily the paper green kind. Identifying your "currency" is gaining clarity on what motivates you, what gets you excited and interested, what brings value to your work and your life. We do better and feel better when we understand and sync our lives to our own specific currency. Enjoy!
This week, we’re talking about how indirectly stifling creativity in our kids at a young age can affect their minds, and potentially lay the foundation for depression and anxiety. It's been frying our @$$es quite frankly! But the good news is that creativity can be restored and reclaimed… at any age!
This week’s guest is PBS talk show host Whitney Reynolds. Whitney is by-far one of the most confident and tenacious guests I have had the privilege of speaking to on this podcast thus far, especially since she has know that her life’s path was in having her own television show since she was five years old! Whitney’s story is a prime example of why staying true to your vision is the best path toward success and fulfillment.
Some highlights of our conversation:
- How she started interviewing her friends at age 5 with a makeshift microphone
- How she was able to start her own TV show at just 23 years old
- How her hosting has changed over time from the start of her career to the platform she has now
- How becoming a mom two years ago has changed her life
Lately in my office, I've seen a lot of people that are obsessive, fixated. Today, Julie and I discuss how we can relate to this type of rumination, how it doesn't serve us, and how to help yourself and maybe someone else move past it.