Nancy White was our guest this week, and she explained to us that "We are moms forever. We do our best, and God does the rest."
Thank you Nancy! Those words are wise, and a helpful motivation to all of us!
Today Shawna Pelton gives us advice about how to avoid Depleted Mom Syndrome.
Thank you Shawna! It sure is important to avoid Depleted Mom Syndrome!
In this episode, Kristy teaches us how bodywork can support our effort to overcome dependence, both physically and psychologically.
Below, Kristy has generously offered 50% off for a zoom consulation! For those who mention Momivate! Thank you Kristy!
Inez Bracy, a health and wellness expert, teaches us how simple changes in our lifestyle lead to better health, and how we as moms can model these habits for our children.
Be sure to take advantage of the offer from Inez! Visit her website: inezbracy.com and click on "schedule a meeting!"
Thank you so much Inez! Simple changes make everything easier on our path to better health!
Susan Burdick, founder of Restore for Life, teaches us how to unlock the brain Information Highway!
Thank you Susan! Getting to all the information in our brain is an important skill to learn! Susan is also generously providing a book that she wrote in 2015 called Reboot Your Body, Flexibility for Better Body Function, which is avalible by clicking down below! Thank you so much, Susan!
reboot your body: Flexibility for better body function
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Regan Barnes, founder and Chairmom of Momivate, is here to talk to us about traditions, a big part of her family life.
Thanks for speaking to us and teaching us about important family traditions.
Beth Hayward, who has 18 children (7 biological and 11 adopted) shares her experiences about foster care and adoption.
Thank you, Beth! We hope many moms will be inspired by your story and enjoy watching your youtube channel called Lived in a Shoe
Regan Barnes, founder of Momivate, does a "Momologue," telling us all about daily routines and why they are essential.
Thank you, Regan! It's important for moms to have schedules and systems set up in their homes, and you are helping us.
Interested in Alicia Trautwein's show that Regan refers to? It's called Unmasking Autism and it's on the Win Win Women platform every Wednesday at 9am pacific/10am mountain.