Posts Tagged ‘family culture’

059: 3 Tips to Create More Time in Your Day // Lauren Golden of The Free Mama Movement

3 Tips to Create More Time in Your Day __ Lauren Golen

As a mother of three young children and the owner of a successful business, Lauren Golden knows busyness and stress well; but she refuses to live in a constant state of overwhelm. Instead, she takes control of her life by taking control of her TIME.

In this week’s episode, Lauren teaches us three of her best strategies for creating more time as we juggle motherhood and all of the other worthy aspects of our life:

 

1) Saying “no” sometimes (and “no” doesn’t mean “never”)

2) Using the acronym D.R.O.P it as a way to reduce what’s on our list

3) Prioritizing her to-do list using “The Daily Five”

 

We hope this episode helps you during this busy holiday season!

**And don’t forget to Leave a Review on the show this week! It’s my goal to reach 800 by the end of the week.  Thank you so much for your endless support!**

Show Notes

Lauren’s Website: https://www.thefreemamamovement.com/go

The Free Mama Movement on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/thefreemamamovement/

https://www.facebook.com/LaurenGoldenFreeMama/

Lauren’s Book: The Free Mama: How to Work from Home, Control your Schedule, and Make More Money (launching Thurs, Dec 13): https://amzn.to/2QniKwx

Patrice Washington: “I’m Not Above Backing Out” https://www.patricewashington.com/relationships/im-not-above-backing-out/

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057: How to Document your Family Without Torturing Them // Rebecca Sior, Professional Photographer

How to Document your Family without Tormenting Them __ Rebecca Sior

In this modern era when many of us have cameras in our pockets at every moment of the day, we take a lot of photos of our children. The storage on our phones is full, and the children in our homes are sick of being little on-demand models.

But we want the memories! We want to capture their cute little faces! How can we document our family life without torturing our children and driving ourselves crazy in the process??

It’s possible, and professional photographer and mother of three Rebecca Sior is on the podcast today to teach us HOW.

This interview is full of practical takeaways that will shift your perspective about which photos are worth taking—and how to get those photos in the most painless ways possible.

A perfect episode as we head into all the memory-making of the holidays. Don’t miss it! Search for ‘3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms’ in your favorite podcast app, or listen via my website: 3in30podcast.com.

Show Notes

Rebecca’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccasiorphoto/

Rebecca’s Website: https://www.rebeccasiorphoto.com/

***Get tickets for my “Declutter your Motherhood” workshop in Boise and Twin Falls! 3in30podcast.com/workshops

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056: How to Raise a Polite Teenager // Devon Wellington, Psychologist and Cotillion Director

3 Takeaways for Teaching Teens to be Polite

Do you ever worry that your children, who are growing up in the era of the smartphone, aren’t going to know how to look someone in the eye, have a genuine conversation with them, and display respect and courtesy?

I know that I worry about this a lot!  But today’s guest, Devon Wellington–a mother, a developmental psychologist, and the co-director of the Northern Virginia Chapters of the National League of Junior Cotillions–assures us that there is a lot we can do as mothers to teach our children these essential life skills.

In this episode, Devon shares strategies for how to teach our teenagers…

  1. How to show appreciation
  2. How to make a proper introduction
  3. How to be present where you are

This is a fascinating episode with many practical gems–don’t miss it.

Show Notes

Devon’s Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/etiquette_and_class/

Devon’s Cotillion website: https://nljc.com/n/index.php/chapters/northernvirginiachapters/group

‘On Being’ with Krista Tippett and Greg Boyle: https://onbeing.org/programs/greg-boyle-the-calling-of-delight-gangs-service-and-kinship-nov2017/

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36 Takeaways from 12 Mothers: A Compilation of #my3in30

36 Takeaways from 12 Mothers

To celebrate the 1st birthday of the podcast, I asked listeners to share their *own* three takeaways on social media (#my3in30) and with their friends and family.  I have been overwhelmed by the response and the creativity and wisdom of this community of mothers! Your takeaways have been incredible!!

Today on the podcast, you will hear 12 mothers from our podcast community share their 3 takeaways…so that’s 36 takeaways in all!  Get ready!

Don’t forget, you can get a copy of all 36 takeaways PLUS the takeaways from this entire month of episodes by signing up at 3in30podcast.com/takeaways.

Many thanks to our 3 in 30 birthday sponsor: Brightbox, the easy, affordable way to brighten someone’s day through happy mail!  I love this company.  Check them out!!  https://brightboxes.shop

And thanks to the women who contributed to this episode!

Jody, ShaeLynn (@happyhealthyfrugalmom), Mary, Sarah (sarahbadatrichardson.com), Georgia (knowhowmom.com), Kalisha (@whyimother), Joy (regularcoolmom.com), Kristin (@heworksweplay), Lindsey (@momminutesaregold), Shawnee, Taffy (thejoyfulsoulproject.com), Chamaine (wanderingfamilies.com)

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051: How (and Why) to Get Involved in the Political Process as a Mom // Lacey Parr

Podcast about 3 simple ways to get involved in the political process

This episode  couldn’t come at a better time. Lacey Parr, mother of three and devoted community-builder, reminds us that politics doesn’t have to be contentious–it can be about advocating with love for the issues that are the most important to us.

In this interview, Lacey teaches mothers…

*how to get involved in local government and policy in small but significant ways

*how to become a more balanced consumer of news

*where to start if we are passionate about a subject

*why busy mothers should even care–and how to bring our children along with us

…and much more!

Don’t miss this important episode.  And don’t forget to register to vote!  Mid-term elections are coming up.

Show Notes

Media Bias Chart: https://www.adfontesmedia.com/the-chart-version-3-0-what-exactly-are-we-reading/

Find out more about how to vote in your area: https://www.vote.org/

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