Pregnancy and COVID-19 Concerns

Many mamas in our community are justifiably afraid and uncertain right now. We want to provide rational, helpful information for you. Dr. Aviva Romm, MD is a midwife, herbalist, and Yale-trained MD. She is Board Certified in Family Medicine with Obstetrics, as well as a graduate of Dr. Weil’s Integrative Medicine Residency (University of Arizona). […]

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Episode #177: Adoption and the Transition to Fatherhood with Dave Hollis

Dave Hollis shares parenting tips from a dad’s perspective, including how he and his wife, Rachel Hollis, navigated the ups and downs of adoption. Dave shares how to get your partner on board with self-development, the many ways fatherhood shifted his identity, tips he has for new dads, lessons he learned along the journey of […]

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Setting Boundaries Amidst COVID-19 Concerns

We know there’s a lot of uncertainty happening right now, and we want to help as much as we can. To this end, we compiled a list of FAQs from our community. Many of the questions were around setting boundaries amidst COVID-19 concerns. We reached out to a few experts to help you navigate some […]

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Advice to Moms of Littles

by Theresa Newman, Whole30 Coach who shares her advice to moms of littles struggling through the long days of early parenting. Thirty two years ago my father walked me down the aisle, lifted my bridal veil, kissed my cheek and said, “It’s time for you to fly, little bird.” In what seemed like the blink […]

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Episode #176: How To Reduce Your Environmental Impact with Alexx Stuart

Dr. Elana interviews Alexx Stuart, founder and creator of Low Tox Life. The Low Tox Life provides resources to support people looking to reduce their environmental impact and exposure to toxins. She started with a few recipes and articles and now has created 6 e-Courses, a podcast, a thriving online community and a new book! […]

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7 Non-Sneaky Ways to Get Your Kids To Eat Healthy

By Julie Revelant, mama of two, who shares her experience to help you get your kids to eat healthy. You already know it’s important for your kids to eat healthy, but getting them to eat leafy green vegetables—or any vegetable for that matter—or even try new foods, is a constant challenge. And it’s not for […]

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Episode #175: Coronavirus–Fighting Fear with Facts with Dr. Elisa Song, MD

Today Dr. Elana interviews holistic pediatrician Dr. Elisa Song, MD on the urgent topic of the Coronavirus. This interview dives into the current outbreak of Coronavirus, sharing current statistics and basic practices you can add into your daily routine to help strengthen your family’s immune system and lessen your chances of developing Coronavirus. Dr. Song […]

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5 Pre-Cooked/No-Cook Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

by Steph Greunke, who understands the chaos of the morning routine and needs no-cook breakfasts, too! Do your mornings feel rushed? As of mom of toddlers, I completely understand the pandemonium of weekday mornings. It’s a chaotic blur of getting everyone fed, dressed, multiple lunches packed, teeth and hair brushed, and remembering the random things […]

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Episode #174: Podcast Recap–Movement for Mom’s Mental Health

Today Steph and Dr. Elana recap the interview with Kelly McGonigal exploring how movement can improve mom’s mental health and resilience. They share their personal experiences finding joy in movement and share ideas for how to love movement whether you are pregnant, recently postpartum or a mama of multiples. Today’s podcast is sponsored by ButcherBox. […]

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Episode #173: Movement for Mom’s Mental Health with Kelly McGonigal

Stephanie chats with best-selling author Kelly McGonigal, PhD, about her latest book, The Joy of Movement. Her book explores why movement is a powerful antidote to the modern epidemics of depression, anxiety, and loneliness. Their conversation focuses on the importance of movement for moms, offering practical tips to remove barriers to exercise and sharing how […]

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