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How She Moms
23 minutes | Nov 16, 2022
109 How Whitney Experiments, Fall 2022
In which I discuss some of the fall experiments that have been working for us as we drive kids from one activity to another. I'll talk about our big push to improve hygiene and sleep habits, our holiday experiments, and then update you on some plans for How She Moms and other related projects.
35 minutes | Nov 2, 2022
108 How Kathryn Collects Drops of Awesome
Kathryn Thompson was having a great day--just killing it. But then self-doubt tried to creep it's way in. Right then and there, she stopped those thoughts and started a new practice--collecting drops of awesome, little successes that add up to a full bucket of awesomeness. She tells her story and other practices that help her keep self-doubt at bay.
32 minutes | Oct 26, 2022
107 How Catherine Teaches Kids To Manage Technology
Dr. Catherine Pearlman, author of the fabulous book, First Phone, talks about how we can empower kids to make good choices about how they use technology. For more resources from Catherine, go to thefamilycoach.com
32 minutes | Oct 19, 2022
106 How Gini Saved Her Relationship with Her Struggling Teen
Gini Ewart's teenage daughter was getting in some serious trouble. Just when Gini thought she had tried everything, she learned some key principles that transformed her relationship with her daughter.
35 minutes | Oct 12, 2022
105 How She Connects with Teens
Fourteen tactics for connecting with teens, from ten different moms.
50 minutes | Oct 5, 2022
104 How Ellen Pioneered In Vitro Fertilization
In 1983, Ellen Weir Casey delivered the first "test-tube baby" born in Colorado,paving the way for the more than 8 million in vitro babies that have been born since--including my own miracle baby. She tells her amazing story on the podcast today.
24 minutes | Sep 28, 2022
103 How Whitney Experiments--Summer 2022
My kids help me evaluate all of our summer experiments, from jobs to swimming to family reunions and lots of bravery.
65 minutes | Sep 21, 2022
102 How Camille Connects with Teens
Teenagers are people too! Camille Ward, co-host of the Family Looking Up Podcast, shares her connection-first approach to parenting teenagers, while still setting boundaries and preparing them to go out into the world.
41 minutes | Sep 14, 2022
101 How Mary Parents Spicy Ones
Mary Van Geffen is spicy. Which is why she's made it her mission as a parenting coach to help parents understand their own spicy children. In this episode, Mary teaches how to manage our own reactions as we parent these amazing kids. Get Mary's guide to Finding Your Calm here: https://maryvangeffen.ck.page/42c9542683
36 minutes | Sep 7, 2022
100 How Whitney Rethinks Motherhood
100 episodes! To celebrate, I thought I'd put together an episode of some of the ways the amazing moms I've interviewed have helped me (and maybe some of you) rethink motherhood. I somehow narrowed it down to 12 (or so) ideas that have helped me become a better mom over the past three years. Here's to many more (years and great ideas)!
13 minutes | Aug 31, 2022
99 Behind the Scenes of Season 4
Welcome to Season 4! Here's a teaser of some of the topics and guests I plan to feature in this season, plus a behind-the-scenes look at how I put the podcast together.
36 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
98 How Bryce Manages Mom Guilt
Bryce Reddy is a family therapist specializing in maternal mental health, and one of the most quotable people I've ever interviewed. In this eisode, she shares her insights about mom guilt, judgement, and how we can support each other.
28 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
97 How Devan and Alexis Support Each Other (and Other Moms)
Devan James and Alexis Mayberry have known each other since middle school. They’ve supported each other through relationships, babies, and more babies. Last year, they decided to spread the love and support to other moms by recording season one of their podcast, Word2yamuva. We had a great conversation, from mommy wars to mom guilt to discipline to career choices.
38 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
96 How Renee Conquers Mom Guilt
A conversation with Renee Reina, host of The Mom Room Podcast, about mom guilt, comparisons, toxic mom culture, and the division of labor at home.
19 minutes | May 25, 2022
95 How Whitney Experiments--Spring 2022
A quarterly update on the experiments host Whitney Archibald is trying at home. This one includes setting boundaries (or not) about how many activities to pack into one season, travel, bedtime and morning routines, and of course, screentime.
40 minutes | May 18, 2022
94 How She Supports Other Moms
Ten tips from sixteen different moms (and one dad) about how to support each other, make healthy comparisons, and just be good neighbors. Cue Mr. Rogers.
40 minutes | May 11, 2022
93 How She Dismantles the Mommy Wars
Are Mommy Wars real? And if so, how do we end them? Today, we discuss the history of the Mommy Wars, what they're all about, and how we can end them, already.
48 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
92 How Jen Martin Organizes
Today we get to take a deep dive into organizing our homes with Jen Martin, founder of the fabulous company Reset Your Nest. We’ll talk about Jen’s overall approach to organizing, from the perspective of both organizing for clients and in her own home. Then we’ll go deeper into three specific areas: the kitchens, the toy room, and the garage.
48 minutes | Apr 20, 2022
91 How Dana Declutters
Dana K. White is a decluttering expert for the rest of us. The ones who struggle. We discuss her decluttering process, her Cinderella story from slob to home management guru, clutter thresholds, and teaching our kids to declutter (or at least attempting to).
52 minutes | Apr 13, 2022
90 How She Manages Stuff
The first of three episodes focusing first on the strategic level of managing stuff, then decluttering, then organizing. In this episode, we delve into our objectives for decluttering and organizing our homes, our relationships with our stuff, how our personalities affect the way we manage our stuff, and how we decide what to keep and what to chuck.
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