Podcast Eps All New Moms Should Hear
Oh, motherhood. It’s done a million different ways — and there are a million different ways that you can second guess yourself or feel like you’re not doing it right.
Especially when you’re a new mom.
Or, you’re a mom who’s entering a new phase of her life (like, having another baby, deciding to go back to work or stay home, making a career or relationship change … the list goes on!).
That’s why we’ve rounded up some of our favorite podcast eps that touch on motherhood. They’re real. They’re funny. They’re insightful. They’re helpful. And they’ll help you feel like you’re not alone. From pelvic floor health to delegating to the hilarity of the day-to-day, listen on, mamas, listen on.
Words of wisdom: “I’m the world’s okay-est mom”
There’s a lot of pressure to be the perfect mom. This ep with Hannah Williams breaks that down and will help you to find the fun, adventure, and hilarity in parenting.
Words of wisdom: Motherhood is an “action sport.”
And, it’s honestly one that you go into pretty physically beaten up because of childbirth. This podcast ep with Courtney Wyckoff helps your body to repair so that you can keep up.
Words of wisdom: “Cut yourself some slack.”
Also? Delegate as much as you can. Listen to the full podcast ep with Liz Vaccariello, here, or below.
Words of wisdom: Your body is going to be different, and that’s actually kind of awesome because you grew a human.
From the pressures to “bounce back” after baby (groan) to the moves you really need to do to recover (spoiler: not crunches), this ep with Sara Haley is definitely a must-listen.
Words of wisdom: Feeling all the feels is normal.
Because sometimes life sucks and motherhood is hard, and you just have to embrace that and let it be so that you can move through it. Get Rebekah Borucki’s best advice in this podcast ep.
Want a bonus ep for added inspiration? If you’re a mom to females, listen to the incredible relationship this mom has with her daughters. Talk about mom goals. –Jenn
Amazing article! Thank you for sharing. 🙂
One of the best is Family Locator. This app helps you always know where the child and other family members are. Able to monitor the battery level in the child’s phone so that, if necessary, you can remind you to put the phone on charge and be in touch
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