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A podcast all about vegan parenting in a non-vegan world. I'll be talking about my own experiences raising two vegan boys, as well as talking to other vegan parents and experts in the vegan health and wellness space. We'll be discussing the challenges, as well as the rewards, of raising vegan kids, and using the podcast as a way to connect like-minded plant-based parents.
 
1 mum, 1 mom. Both OC transplants from either side of the pond; united by our love for comedy, family life, blogging and all things Harry Potter.Laugh along to our musings about love, life, what it's really like to be a parent, and how much we love cake!If you're looking for a fun listen with an injection of serious and a side order of sweet, you just found it! We're podcasting the S@*T out of motherhood.Viv and Maria Music credit to www.bensound.com
 
Becoming a single mum is one of the most daunting and overwhelming life changes someone will ever go through. Whether you are pregnant or have teenagers, you will most likely be confused and struggling with what to do next. I became a single mum in 2013 when my daughter was just a few months old, and it has been a challenging but rewarding journey ever since. This Podcast (and the website www.singlemothersurvivalguide) was created to assist newly single mothers in all things they may need to ...
 
Too often, ambitious men and women feel they must choose between pursuing a leadership career they love and enjoying their young family. It doesn't have to be this way. Leaders with Babies is a brand-new podcast from Leaders Plus, an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to supporting parents of young children who are ambitious about their career whilst caring deeply about being a good parent. Join CEO and Founder Verena Hefti as she interviews inspiring leaders from all walks of life wh ...
 
Conversations with trailblazers, rule breakers, those who pave their own lane and venture boldly into the unknown. By entering this unchartered arena they inevitably stumble, yet they all display an ability to innovate and contribute, even when the odds are not in their favour. We skip over the highlights reel and go into the guts of who they are & what they believe in. Hosted by endurance athlete and social impact entrepreneur, Samantha Gash. In 2016 she ran 3253kms from the West to East of ...
 
Motherness is a podcast dedicated to sharing mindful and empowering interviews with modern mothers and professional experts, brought to you by Skye Ross. Together, we’re shining a light on the realness of raising babies and life postpartum, from the first newborn moments to the months following and the years beyond. Motherness is an honest and empowering resource to help educate and inform parents through these diverse stories of motherhood.
 
There’s no one RIGHT way to raise great humans, just like there’s no one RIGHT way to build a profitable business. That’s why it’s so comforting to know you’re not the only one trying to do both at the same time. Join me (Nikki Elledge Brown) and a brilliant lineup of family-focused entrepreneurs for the Naptime Empires™ podcast - refreshingly honest conversations on the realities of parenthood + entrepreneurship. Topics include motherhood, entrepreneurship (obvs), relationships, spiritualit ...
 
The Mothers Who Work podcast welcomes mums at all stages of raising their family and business. We also welcome working mums who are navigating the corporate world. Here you will find tools and tips for mums who are serious about making money - covering everything that makes the daily juggle all the more easier from work politrics (no typo), to family and relationships to keeping sane! Hosted by Joycellyn Akuffo, the founder and editor of Motherswhowork.co.uk.
 
Guide dog Layla and her four-legged friends give you a unique insight into their working lives - with a little help from 'mum' Sue and supporters. Brought to you by the team at Colchester-based Mosaic Publicity, celebrating the company's 10th anniversary by raising money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
 
This is a podcast where we will discuss & explore how to raise children to be successful in all areas of their lives. Irene Santineer is a working Mum of an entrepreneurial child & shares a passion, with her husband, to see children succeed. In her experience as a mompreneur, Irene takes you through the challenges and principles in raising successful kids with the many questions that come by: What do you do when you realise that your child or children are displaying traits of an entrepreneur ...
 
The idea of having a successful career and raising a family shouldn’t be a daunting one, but for some reason, it is.So many young women I talk to feel the same way. Some, are even considering changing careers that they love in order to prepare themselves for a family. The lack of women in leadership roles within the creative industry is a hot topic right now, and whilst having children isn’t the sole reason for this, it does play a big part. Even though I’m not at a point where I’ll be start ...
 
We are Jenny and Mish: two busy mums in Dubai raising kids and trying to find humour in the craziness of life! Every week we chat about our lives, and we broach a topic that affects our lives and kids. We also talk about our adventures in Dubai, from visit water parks to finding activities in the scorching summer heat. Subscribe to our channel to follow our antics each week and don't forget to rate us!
 
Two first time dads - Daily Mirror journalists Richard Innes and Steve Myall - discuss the joys, challenges and general lunacy of raising your first child and supporting a first-time mum… and ask some famous faces and qualified experts for advice along the way. Nominated in Best Podcast category at 2018 Online Media Awards.
 
Carrie-Anne became a single mum when her son was 6 months. After moving back into her mums flat, going onto benefits at 24 she decided to start a clothing brand. In 2 years, it became a six figure business. In her own right she’s known for her sense of style, she’s been featured in publications such as Marie Claire and the Telegraph. After someone insulted her by saying she was alright for a mum it got her thinking. When Carrie became a single mum, she didn’t feel there were any realistic, c ...
 
everymum is Ireland's fastest growing and most engaged parenting community with over 220,000 members, expert advice and real honest support. Following the success of #imeverymum a campaign designed to allow women to share and celebrate their experience of motherhood, everymum the podcast is here to give mums a voice, to help us feel less alone and to help us all talk more about the insane highs and anxious defeats. Season 2 of #everymumthepodcast is sponsored by WaterWipes - The World's Pure ...
 
I never know which part to start with….the personal or professional. But I guess when I think about what is most important to me….. above all else….it’s being a mother. I have 4 children between the ages of 8 and 15 years. I call them “the loves of my life” because truly that is how it is. But just as much as they can fill me with so much joy that I burst, they can also bring me to my knees. There is heaps I love about motherhood, some parts I’m indifferent to and a few bits that I don’t lik ...
 
BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson host series 2 of the Her Spirit podcasts. Our mission to inspire women everywhere to live a healthier, happier life. In these podcasts you will hear from phenomenal women in the world of sport and business everything else as well, talking about the desires, vulnerabilities and spirited ways.We know that 50% of the UK population is on a constant diet and only 1 in 10 women in the UK are losing 5% of their body f ...
 
To breed or not to breed? Find out on Maybe Baby — the podcast for the parentally undecided What happens when a woman who’s always known she doesn’t want children starts to wonder if she might want kids after all? In brand new podcast Maybe Baby, Kate Lawler tackles a taboo subject that’s familiar to millions of women. Does she actually want to have children? Kate, her fiancé Boj and her celebrity friends explore every aspect of having offspring in a funny, thought-provoking podcast that’s f ...
 
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Deborah Abela is a children's author and teacher who wants kids to feel comfortable in their own skin. Her latest picture book A Bear in Space is a light-hearted tale about being different and finding your own tribe. Deb talks about what inspired her to write the book, and how parents can use it to help their own kids feel less alone.…
 
Children can be very self involved, which may be developmentally appropriate, but it also means they are completely oblivious to how annoying it is when they whine. "I'm hungry", "I'm bored", "Can I have..." So how can parents deal with their whining children in a way that is compassionate but still stops the whining? Early Learning Educator Deniel…
 
Talking about another red card, the return of the lesbians and Ziggy Alberts. New Episode every Thursday! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJscnfTTW_-aO5D81Xi22yw? Facebook: www.facebook.com/billydarcy1 Instagram: www.instagram.com/billy.darcy Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillyDArcy Music: 'In the Clouds' by RENNAN https://open.spotify.com…
 
Dean is the OG of ultra marathon running and the epitome of someone who has had the time, breadth of adventure and ability to intellectualise the running experience. Dean is the reason that many people know what an ultramarathon is and the instigator for many people to give one a try. TIME magazine named him one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Peo…
 
Raising children can be challenging, particularly when you're not sleeping. Helpline is here to guide you through the rougher parts. Today sleep consultant Jo Ryan answers your questions about settling, waking, behaviour and more. On this episode that includes: Two-year-old waking for three hours overnight, how to stop a nineteen-month-old from hit…
 
Megan Dalla-Camina is the Founder and CEO of Women Rising, a best-selling author, women’s mentor, speaker and coach and one of the world’s leading experts on women’s leadership, wellbeing and empowerment. Megan is a global advocate for women, dedicated to helping women step into their power, create what they truly want and live with grace, ease and…
 
In this twenty fourth episode of the season of the Her Spirit podcast BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson talk to Dr Nikki Kanani MBE. Dr Nikki Kanani is a GP in south-east London and is Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement. Prior to joining NHS England she was Chief Clin…
 
Our guest this week is the political activist Sophie Walker, the founding leader of the UK's Women's Equality Party and the current CEO of the Young Women’s Trust, who do brilliant work supporting young women across the UK. Sophie is a powerful change-maker and force for good and in this episode, we discuss how to drive change in the face of advers…
 
Holly Gillen (mom of two) helps high-performing biz owners create videos with a plan, purpose, system, and strategy. In this conversation, we cover how Holly’s business shifted after the birth of each of her sons, how to stand out by showcasing who you are through the use of video, why video is the easiest and fastest way to create connections with…
 
Children today have a huge range of activities to choose from. Parents are often rushing from one extra curricular activity to the next. But are extra curricular activities a good thing for children? Anthony Semann is an educator for Early Learning teachers. He looks at extra curricular activities from the perspective of children.…
 
There are many different books telling parents how to raise their children well. There are different styles of parenting, ways of managing their behaviour. Now bestselling author Dr Dan Siegel says he has found the secret to raising children well. And it's as simple as just showing up. Dan talks about the research behind the power of showing up, an…
 
Helpline is taking a break this week, so we have found one of our favourite Helpline episodes with Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue. On this episode she helps with: Transitioning a two-year-old out of sleeping bags into sheets, how to stop bed-sharing with a one-year-old, ways to set up sleeping arrangements with a two-year-old and new baby, how to …
 
Stacey was 18 years old and homeless when she met her (now ex) husband. He played the rescuer but over time she began to see his manipulative tendencies, and the strength that she gained over the 12 years she was with him started to threaten him. Throughout the relationship, she was also dealing with an undiagnosed mental illness - borderline perso…
 
In this twenty third episode of the season of the Her Spirit podcast BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson talk to Mel C. The start of Melanie’s career really needs no explanation at all, as it is rather well documented… After the iconic 1996 debut single ‘Wannabe’ topped the charts in 37 countries, Spice…
 
This week on Leaders With Babies we're sharing something a little different - a recent panel discussion on motherhood, work, and identity. Lisa Ford, a Strategic Enablement Director of Nielsen, Jackie Mulryne, a partner at the law firm Arnold & Porter, and Toria Reid, an A&E Consultant at a busy Edinburgh hospital, are all Leaders Plus Fellows. In …
 
""Are you on auto pilot or are you choosing the path you are on?" This week on the podcast I am interviewing one of my nearest and dearest Sarah Davidson (formerly Sarah Holloway). A lady who I certainly consider to be in my inner tribe, quite literally the smartest person I know, fellow lover of verbose responses, 'lawyer turned funtrepreneur' (po…
 
Empathy is a human emotion that involves connecting with other humans. So can such an intrinsically human experience be taught through computer games? Researchers at the Department of Human Centred Computing at Monash University think it can be. Ling Wu is a Research Fellow at the Department. She explains why she thinks this is a valid way to teach…
 
Where do you stand when it comes to swearing? Are there some words you say in front of your kids and others you swallow? How do you feel if they let a swear word slip? Dr Matt Beard is a fellow at the Ethics Centre and a dad of two young children. Matt has some very interesting ideas on whether swearing in front of your kids is a good or bad thing.…
 
It's been a while but I'm back in the studio recording our adventures navigating the world of vegan parenting! After a 6 month break (not sure how that happened!) I'm back with some great guests lined up. In this episode I'm chatting about what's been happening in our world and some new projects on the horizon. Oh and cake of course!…
 
Aminata Conteh-Biger was born in Sierra Leone to a prosperous family. Then in 1999 when she was 18 years old her life changed forever. That was when the Revolutionary United Front invaded Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. Aminata talks about what happened after that, how she survived to build a new life in Australia and why the work she does n…
 
We all want our children to be safe, but how do we go about it? What is age-appropriate language and how do you explain body-safety without scaring your child? Lily Isobella is a sex educator and advocate for children. She has worked with parents around the country, and has some great tips on how we can start conversations with our kids that will h…
 
When you have a baby it can feel like you haven't slept in an eternity. And while babies are born to feed, not sleep, there comes a time when a few expert pointers can lead you back to a restful night. That's where Helpline can give you what you need. Each week a qualified expert will join presenter Shevonne Hunt to answer your questions. Through e…
 
Samantha X is a journalist, an author, a business owner, a high-class escort and a madam. And she’s also a single mum. I'm delighted to have Samantha X on the show this week. We talk about: single motherhood, what life is really like as a high-class escort, the types of clients she has, what the other mums at school think of her career, her incredi…
 
Recent figures have shown that significant numbers of highly educated women are leaving paid employment when they have children and our guest this week has written a brand new book examining the reasons why. Shani Orgad is Professor of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and on this week's podcast she shares her research and …
 
" There isn't one thing that is at the end of the journey, there are going to be multiple lines of income. Find what you are good at, what works for you & what is the lifestyle you want to live." Brian Finestone hails from Whistler Canada and he is your all round adventure man & guide. ** If you have ANY ISSUES with the audio from this episode, ple…
 
Reading, writing, maths, language. All of these skills are improved with the addition of music. That's according to a new book by Dr Anita Collins called The Music Advantage. Anita has looked at the neuroscience behind learning and engaging with music, and there are some astounding findings about just how much music can influence the development of…
 
Big updates ahead! In this episode, which is basically like one big Voxer message from me to YOU, I share the scoop on all things baby (recorded in week 36-37 of pregnancy!), book (still cookin'), and biz-nesting. I share: What’s worked (what hasn’t) when prepping for baby - labor and delivery and fourth trimester healing, my vision for maternity l…
 
Giving birth for the first time can be overwhelming. There's a precious new life to care for, new skills to learn and sleep deprivation. But what happens when you're bringing a baby home to a blended family? How can you make step children feel like a part of the experience, and still have time to get settled into your new role? Lana Sussman is a co…
 
Peter O'Brien was only twenty when he accepted a post in Weabonga, a town two-days travel from Armidale in NSW. He had eighteen students aged between five and fifteen years old. It was a school that had trouble retaining teachers, and Peter had signed on for two years. He wrote about the experience that had a huge impact on him and his approach to …
 
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