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Best Denaye Barahona podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Denaye Barahona podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Who could use a little quiet time right now? I see you nodding your head. Yes, me too. In today's episode we are talking about initiating quiet time with young children. During this period of social distancing, even short periods of quiet time can be life-giving to parents who are all-hands-on-deck 24/7. Thanks for tuning in! The post Q&A | How do …
 
If you have bored kids driving you crazy right now, the easy solution might be to shower them with new toys and activities to keep them busy. But sadly, Amazon doesn't have the answer to all our problems. An onslaught of new stuff will keep kids busy for a short period of time, but the feelings of boredom will emerge whether we like it or not. Toda…
 
I'm feeling grateful that I have the ability to work from home during this season of life. But having the whole family home right along with me isn't exactly a "walk in the park". Today I'm sharing my 7 best tips for staying sane in an extended time period of social distancing. The Recap: 7 Tips for Social Distancing (with Kids) Schedule screen tim…
 
Are you inundated by the news right now? Is there such a thing as too much news? We are raising children in an era of constant exposure to the news--it hits us instantly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With the current pandemic, it has many of us captivated as we find it hard to look away. Constant exposure to the news can increase anxiety. Is there…
 
I know you are already inundated with the news on COVID-19. But we are going to talk about it a little here today too--I'm taking a question from an audience member wondering how we are handling it in our family. Show Notes/Links Green Kid Crafts Kid's Podcasts Story Pirates Molly of Denali Rebel Girls Stories Podcast The post Q&A | How are you han…
 
How do I teach my daughter to value her inner-beauty? How do I teach her that self-worth isn’t sealed into pretty? I will teach her that strangers can’t see the beautiful stuff on the inside. However, out of some bizarre cultural norm she will find that these strangers constantly praise and discuss her external appearance. In today's episode, I'm s…
 
What if you are too overwhelmed to deal with your overwhelm? I hear this a lot. This week we are launching a new round of The Mental Unload--my signature 7-day program that focuses on decreasing mental clutter. Even if you think you don't have the time for this, I'm going to explain all the details today. I'd love to have you join us, it starts on …
 
We often feel a great responsibility to keep our kids occupied and happy. That can be a heavy burden to carry. In today's episode, we are talking about understanding this need and setting boundaries to benefit the whole family. Show Notes/Links: Visual Timer on Amazon Visual Timer App The post Q&A | How do you occupy a young child? appeared first o…
 
What if your kid says "yuck" at the dinner table. Cooking a meal for your family is hard work and when your kids express distaste, it can really get under your skin. The truth is that most kids think in black and white: they either love a food or they hate it. Not only do they think in black and white, but they also speak in simplistic terms as wel…
 
Do my kids fight? YES. Today I'm sharing some of my favorite tools and thoughts around sibling relationships. I'll be honest, this is one of my biggest challenges in parenthood. But with time, I've been able to develop empathy that gives me the ability to stay calm in times of crisis with my kids--and that has made a huge difference. How do you han…
 
I am wrapping up a treat-free month with my kids. Back in December, the cookies, candy, and treats got more than a little out of hand. This month has been a learning process for my kids, but more importantly for me. I've been able to let go of some of my longtime beliefs about the role that sugar needs to play in childhood. Have you ever tried to g…
 
Do you have a kid who struggles to take "no" for an answer? That's the question we are covering today. The truth is, somtimes we need to firm up our "no" when talking to our kids--I'm giving you a few examples of what this sounds like. I'm also giving you an example of how I use my job description. "As your Mom, it's my job to help keep your brain …
 
Should we insist that our kids apologize or say "I'm sorry"? I actually don't. However, both my kids have come to apologize and express authentic empathy in their early years (without my demanding it). They have learned to do so naturally through their environment. When it comes to teaching manners and empathy, we can cue our kids to use certain ex…
 
How do you get your kids to sleep in later? That's the question for the day. Although there is no magic bullet, I have a few tips to help you move in the right direction. Including some strategies around using an "Okay to wake clock". I'm also sharing something simple that I'm loving this week. Time Stamps 1:27 Introducing live workshops this month…
 
Are you wondering how to talk to your kids about Santa? That's what we are chatting about today. Actually, I'm introducing something brand new today! Starting in 2020, I'll be adding a second weekly episode to the Simple Families Podcast. In addition to the regular weekly episode, I'll be adding a shorter form episode. Today, I'm sharing an example…
 
When it comes to kids, buying more sustainably can feel intimidating. If you are unsure of where to start or how to prioritize, we are chatting more about this today. Our guest is Brendan Synnott, the CEO of Pact, and he's bringing us insight on the sustainable fashion industry, organic cotton, and what he's doing with his own family. *This episode…
 
Have you started talking to your kids about money? Money can be a taboo topic, even within families. In today's episode I'm chatting with Liz Frazier Peck author of Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands: How to Teach Young Kids About Finance (and They're Never Too Young). SHOW NOTES/LINKS: Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands: How to Teach Young Kids About Fi…
 
In today's episode, we are discussing the 5 Love Languages as they pertain to children. I am joined by Diane Debrover, the Deputy Editor of Parents Magazine where we talk through each of the Love Languages and explore how they show up in children. Spoiler alert: I've got my reservations about the Love Language of gifts. Show Notes/Links: Article on…
 
Summer is supposed to be relaxing, yet I have found that this summer we've had a lot of transition, a lot of change, and my brain has been very busy. Therefore, today's episode is dedicated to just that: We're talking about the "Tip of the Iceberg" and brain busyness. [FULL TRANSCRIPTION] This week we're getting ready to launch The Mental Unload an…
 
Today I'm chatting with Jane Monnier about her journey towards reducing mental and physical clutter. Jane is a longtime member of the Simple Families Community. She's also is a rocket-scientist-turned-military-wife-and-mother who has lived around the world with her family. I think you will enjoy Jane's wisdom in this episode! (Full episode transcri…
 
In today's episode, I am chatting with Rich Karlgaard, Publisher of Forbes Magazine, about his new book Late Bloomers. Rich is a self-proclaimed late bloomer. He's sharing more of his story along with some research that will give fellow parents of late bloomers some piece of mind. Show Notes/Links The Book: Late Bloomers Rich's Website Carol Dweck'…
 
It happens. All kids will use less-than-desirable language as they are growing up. Whether its potty words or outright profanity, we all deal with this as parents. Today I'm reflecting on how we've been managing it in our house--including what is working and what is not working. The post SFP 163: Reflections on Bad Language + Potty Talk appeared fi…
 
I recently went through and did a huge book overhaul. I got rid of all the "twaddle" in favor of prioritizing high quality, well-written children's books. To quote today's guest Emily Cook, "well-read children will grow into well-read adults". In this episode, Emily and I talk about reading aloud and choosing great books for our children. Show Note…
 
There is a fine line between selfishness and selflessness in parenthood. In today's episode, I'm chatting with Hunter Clarke-Fields of Mindful Mama Mentor. We talking about martyrdom in motherhood and how trying to be-it-all and do-it-all is not actually the best thing for kids. This is an important message for every parent. SHOW NOTES/SHOW LINKS: …
 
Slow living with kids...what does that look like? Frankly, the days can feel painfully slow. But sometimes they can be delightful. What gives? Today we are talking about shifting toward a slower lifestyle and what that looks like with family life. Finding a balance between structured and unstructured family time can help us find more happiness in p…
 
I get to be on the other side of the table today! In today's episode, I am being interviewed by the host of Minimalish, Desirae Endrees. I had the pleasure of being a guest on Minimalish last week and I loved our chat so much that I wanted to re-air this episode for you on Simple Families. In this episode, I'm talking about how Simple Families got …
 
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