Episode 16: How to have a stress free summer

In this episode I discuss summertime and how it can be pretty stressful for us moms. It’s so common for moms to think deep down that motherhood equals martyrhood. Ya, that never works out for us. It causes us to feel resentful and either check out or lose our sh!t with the people we love the most. I teach you my favorite tool so you can have a stress free summer.


  • Learning how to tune into your body whispers with the straitjacket/skinny dipping tool
  • Boredom is a good thing
  • To schedule or not to schedule
  • Fantasy vs reality and why it’s so important to embrace your truth and listen to your body

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