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Episode Info: I know, I know - who has time for being a fun mom during a pandemic when we also need to be teachers, custodians and basically everything in-between.  That is why I asked Anne Cropper to come on the podcast to talk about being a 'fun mom.' She says she's not a fun mom by nature, but made a New Year's Resolution to be more fun. That was the birth of her project #ACMoreFun (you can follow along on her Instagram page).  In this conversation, you'll hear how she has been able to successfully add more fun to her family's lives, what she's learned about herself, tangible tips to more fun during the pandemic, how to give yourself grace while doing it and so much more. "Life has so many ups and downs and there are so many successes and failures - and if we only base our happiness on the times that we succeed, or the times that we accomplish or prove ourselves - it can lead to a lot of unhappiness." - Anne Cropper/Ep. 130, How to be a Fun Mom Anne Cropper is the face behind annecropper.com. You can find her on Instagram (@annecropper). Her family owns BioSkin. She's the mother of five, a wife, writer and stylist.  If you liked this episode, here are some more episodes about motherhood you may appreciate: Cherishing Motherhood Teaching Kids Emotional Resilience  Teaching Kids to Manage Stress & School Believing in Her Son Helped this Mom Believe in Herself Cultivating a Strong Bond with your Kids Raising Teens & Tweens CONNECT WITH ANNE: Online Instagram CONNECT WITH DANIELLE: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website This podcast is brought to you by the Mail Tribune. Check out more Mail Tribune podcasts here. Support Happiness in Progress on Patreon. Want video? Subscribe on Youtube.   ...
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