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What to ask to help you determine your unique pros and cons of being a working versus a stay-at-home parent.

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201. BTS: Is it better for my kids if I send them to daycare, have a nanny, or become a stay-at-home mom?

Stay at home mom drawing letters with 3 small children

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67. Parents are burnt out: A breakdown of what went wrong and how we can prioritize our own mental health with Shelley Kemmerer

How we can prioritize our own mental health

The cure to burnout is not about quick fixes or a day at the spa; we’ll talk about the personal and systemic changes that need to be implemented and prioritized in order to support an entire generation of parents faced with unreasonably high expectations and battling constant parenting guilt.

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34. The pressures of motherhood in our society: And how we can come together to feel less alone with Alexis Barad-Cutler

Joining me is the founder of Not Safe For Mom Group, Alexis Barad-Cutler. We have a raw and honest conversation about what it means to be a caregiver today, the effects COVID-19 has had on mothers in the workforce and Chamber of Mothers, a passion project she is the co-founded of, aimed at fighting for mothers’ rights including paid family leave, plus how you can get involved.

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21. Considering hitting pause in your career? Redefining what it means to be a stay-at-home parent with Neha Ruch

Whether you’re a working parent or a stay-at-home mom or dad doesn’t change your ability to make your child feel safe, supported and loved. The founder of Mother Untitled, Neha Ruch, and I talk about feeling ambitious and powerful whether you’re working in an office or in the home, how to successfully manage transitions without losing your identity, and the importance of giving yourself permission to ask for help and take up space.

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