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Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, How to get your kids to play outside and why it matters with Angela Hanscom, listen now! | Children Playing Outside by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: black and white image of a young bow playing in a bucket of mud.

128: How to Get Your Kids to Play Outside & Why It Matters // Angela Hanscom

By Rachel Nielson | May 4, 2020

Over three years ago, long before I’d started 3 in 30 and really headed down the path of diving into parent education resources, I attended a presentation put on by my son Noah’s kindergarten about the importance of children playing outside. Like most moms, I already believed outdoor play was a good idea for my kids…

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127: Why You Shouldn’t Just Ignore Your Kids’ Fighting + What To Do Instead // Dr. Laura Markham

By Rachel Nielson | Apr 27, 2020

We’re back this week with Part 2 in a series on sibling rivalry and kids fighting with parenting expert, Dr. Laura Markham! Much of the common advice that we hear about sibling conflict, even from parenting gurus and experts, is advice like, “Just ignore it when they fight! It’s natural!” While that approach is certainly…

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Dr. Laura Markham, with Rachel Nielson, host of top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, discusses ways to Reduce Sibling Rivalry in your home, listen now. | Sibling Rivalry by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of Dr. Laura Markham.

126: 3 Fail-Proof Ways to Reduce Sibling Rivalry // Dr. Laura Markham

By Rachel Nielson | Apr 20, 2020

As parents, we sometimes feel like we have no control over sibling rivalry and the relationships our children form with each other. And that can feel so discouraging. I know I myself have said things like, “My children are both so strong-willed. Their personalities just clash, and there’s nothing I can do to help them…

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3 Tips for the Accidental Homeschooling Mom | Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, about simple Homeschool Tips to help you adjust to your new role as an accidental homeschooling parent. | Homeschooling How To by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of a child identifying colors with crayons.

125: 3 Tips for the Accidental Homeschooling Mom // Bonnie & Audrey from the Outnumbered Podcast

By Rachel Nielson | Apr 13, 2020

A lot of parents are now “accidentally” homeschooling their children. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools are closed and it is now our responsibility to educate our children at home, even if that wasn’t the plan. That’s why I knew I needed a homeschooling how to and some true experts on the show to help…

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3 in 30 Podcast, How to Stop Judging Yourself, Get Help, Therapy is Good, Top Motherhood Podcast, Listen Now, Self Love and Compassion | How to Stop Judging Yourself by popular US mom podcast 3 in 30: black and white image of a mom and dad sitting outside together with their two young children.

124: How to Stop Judging Yourself

By Rachel Nielson | Apr 5, 2020

On top of everything hard that’s going on in the world right now with COVID-19, the last thing that we need is to listen to our own negative self-talk and harsh judgement all day long as we try to navigate this new normal.  With that in mind, I pulled ‘How to Stop Judging Yourself‘ from…

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Family Quarantine | Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring the 3 in 30 team about how we are surviving the family quarantine due to Coronavirus weirdness

123: What We’re Doing to Survive this Coronavirus Weirdness // 3 in 30 Team

By Rachel Nielson | Mar 30, 2020

Today is National 3 in 30 Day! (Yes that’s made up…but seriously, it’s 3/30! We need to do something to celebrate!) In this week’s special episode, my 3 team members each share three takeaways for how they are surviving the weirdness of coronavirus and a family quarantine–how they are managing their kids and their mental health…

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122: 5 Things To Do When You Feel Like You Are Going To Spontaneously Combust // Alison Faulkner

By Rachel Nielson | Mar 23, 2020

It has been a crazy couple of weeks filled with anxiety and uncertainty all over the world with the spreading of COVID-19. In some ways, the entire world is grieving and processing this together–which is both super comforting and very strange. If you’re anything like me, you have felt a wide range of emotions in…

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How to Clarify Your Life’s Purpose | Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Brooke Snow about how to find purpose and meaning in your life.

121: How to Clarify your Life’s Purpose // Brooke Snow

By Rachel Nielson | Mar 16, 2020

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is, “HOW do I find my purpose?” Women tell me that they feel this tug inside to do something deeply meaningful– whether that’s to dive into a passion project or hobby, to start a business, or to get a job in a field that they would…

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How to Teach Children to Eat | Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Holly Young about how to manage and overcome Feeding DIfficulties with your children.

120: How to Teach Children to Eat // Holly Young

By Rachel Nielson | Mar 9, 2020

Feeding difficulties with kids can be stressful. From picky eaters to diagnosed biological eating challenges, feeding your family can be harder than anticipated.  On this episode, guest Holly Young teaches us what she has learned from the past 10 years of working diligently to learn how to help her children eat, and overcome many obstacles.…

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How to Fall Back in Love with Motherhood When It All Feels Hard | Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Tessa Lee Brown about falling back in love with being a mom even when Motherhood is Hard.

119: How to Fall Back in Love with Motherhood When It All Feels Hard // Tessa Brown

By Rachel Nielson | Mar 2, 2020

“I feel like the joy in motherhood, or really any relationship, kind of ebbs and flows. Some weeks it all feels so happy and easy. Then other weeks it feels like motherhood is hard. In the hard weeks, my kids start to feel like so much work. I almost view them as these big obstacles…

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