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The unCorked Podcast
59 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #30 Courtney Tipping on Having Faith during Hardship
This will actually be the final episode in this season. Make sure to hang around until the end so I can tell you what’s coming. This week my guest is Courtney Tipping. She told me at the beginning of our conversation that God is good and each day is a new day. I didn’t even know the half of her story, and that mantra already impressed me. Now that I’ve heard the entire thing, I’m blown away. You may need tissues for this one. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. If you want to read more of Courtney’s story, check out her blog here. You can also send her some love on her Instagram here. The post Podcast | #30 Courtney Tipping on Having Faith during Hardship appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
52 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #29 Jamy Bechler on Becoming an Adoptive Dad
This week’s guest is Coach Jamy Bechler. He’s a professional speaker, leader trainer, and executive business coach and former college basketball coach. We chat about his journey to being an adoptive dad and some of his misconceptions along the way including what type of child he requested the social worker find for him and his wife. I think you’ll appreciate Jamy’s vulnerability and honesty about his story. Jamy’s Website Jamy’s Podcast – Success is a Choice Podcast Jamy’s Twitter The post Podcast | #29 Jamy Bechler on Becoming an Adoptive Dad appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #28 Naomi Quick on Waiting during Adoption
This week I bring you another super hero of a mom. Naomi quick has 6 kids under 8–all homeschooled. Let that sink in. Six little humans under age 8 who are home All. Day. Long. Naomi writes at her blog 127living.com. She’s also an author and speaker. We chat about how she judged me the first time she heard me speak, and how we both have moved on from being those judgey, holier-than-thou mamas. She has some wise words to offer folks who are still in the waiting stage of their adoption. Here are the places where you can connect with Naomi: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter To sign up for her upcoming webinar, Foster Care & Adoption: 5 Keys to Starting the Journey Out Right, click here. Her book is available at Amazon The post Podcast | #28 Naomi Quick on Waiting during Adoption appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
57 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #27 Krista Rowland-Collins on Down Syndrome
I’m a week late to World Down Syndrome Day. No excuses. Regardless, what this week’s guest, Krista Rowland-Collins, is doing is still important and relevant. She is loving on families as they welcome their children with Down Syndrome into the world through a project called Adele’s Over the Rainbow Baskets. Honestly, the misconceptions that Krista fights against every day kind of blew me away. She talks about how many practitioners still encourage termination of pregnancies where a Down Syndrome diagnosis is involved. Krista is articulate and passionate, and I think you’ll love her perspective. During our conversation, Krista mentions reading Kelle Hamptom’s blog post about the birth of her daughter. Here’s Kelle’s story or you can get to her blog by clicking here. Here are the places where you can connect with Krista. Krista on Facebook. Adele’s Over the Rainbow Baskets on Facebook and Instagram. The post Podcast | #27 Krista Rowland-Collins on Down Syndrome appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #26 Blythe Royaards with Lost Sparrows
My guest this week is Blythe Royaards. She and her husband, Eric, are on the board for an organization called the Lost Sparrows whose goal is to stop the flow of orphans into institutions in Bulgaria through education and support of birth families and the recruitment of foster families. She’s a super mom who is usually already homeschooling 4 of her 5 kiddos by 8AM instead of talking to me and who owns a vacuum for every occasion. We also chat about the importance of bringing awareness to post-adoption depression…something that happens even in domestic infant adoptions. During the show we reference: Living in CO and Episode 15’s guest, Hope Forti Our mutual friend Summer from Episode 18 The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis (affiliate link) The awesome wall mount vacuum. Blythe named hers “Sebastian.” (affiliate link) You can connect with Blythe at her blog on her Instagram (@blytheroyaards). The post Podcast | #26 Blythe Royaards with Lost Sparrows appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
65 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #25 Patrick Corkum on Organic Church
This week I invited my husband, Patrick, to share the mic with me. We sat down to chat about our church journeys, misnomers about the Catholic faith, and why we’re pursuing a smaller, organic church community. Thanks for those of you who asked questions via FB before we recorded. Also, he gets the prize for the best life hack answer ever Links* to things we mentioned: Pals Socks (use coupon code SAS20 for 20% off ) Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification (Actual Text | Wikipedia Summary) Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity by Frank Viola Radical (the book we mentioned by David Platt) We Are Church (The thing that Francis Chan is doing) *some links are affiliate links The post Podcast | #25 Patrick Corkum on Organic Church appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
62 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #24 Lisa Qualls, One Thankful Mom, a Birth Mom, and an Adoptive Mom
Lisa Qualls is the founder of the One Thankful Mom blog. She is a writer and speaker with the unusual chance to have experienced all 3 parts of the adoption triad–birth mom, adoptive mom, and foster child. We’ve connected over so many similarities over the years but she’s far more gracious, wise, and compassionate than me. I know you’ll love what she has to share. We chatted about a part of her story that she hasn’t talked much about…her story as a birth mom. Plus the after effects that having a household of kids can have on even a natural extrovert and my favorite topic of the Enneagram also slipped in. I promise you. I didn’t even prime her! Here are links to all the places where Lisa is hanging out: Blog | FB Page | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube Other things we referenced: Michael Hyatt – front and back stage days Yoga with Adriene A podcast that includes Enneagram Subtype descriptions My Essentially Connected Parenting YouTube Channel The post Podcast | #24 Lisa Qualls, One Thankful Mom, a Birth Mom, and an Adoptive Mom appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
66 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #23 Tricia and Aunt Tess on Poverty Solutions
This week I’m welcome my BFF Tricia back to the show and this time she brought her fairy godmother Aunt Tess. we talk about some really important issues like whether or not Santa’s workshop is underground or above ground in the North Pole. But seriously, we had a passionate, yet civil conversation about poverty solutions and minimum wage. Regardless of which “side” you agree with, I just want to point out that at the end of the day we both have huge hearts and just want to help people. We just disagree about what is the best and most effective way to do that. Tricia will be on stage in Shrek: The Musical in March. Buy tickets here. Toward the end, Tess mentions G.W. Bush’s ideas around faith-based initiatives. For more info on that, click here. To connect with Tricia, click here. To connect with Aunt Tess, click here. The post Podcast | #23 Tricia and Aunt Tess on Poverty Solutions appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
48 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #22 Kristin Taylor, my new Enneagram One friend
This week’s guest, Kristin Taylor was nominated by #17 Kathleen Guire. We had a super fun conversation because it turns out we have a lot in common including our Enneagram numbers and how we don’t separate white from colors when doing laundry. I mean what more could you ask for in a friend? I think you’re going to love her heart for community and what she’s been learning by volunteering at her local pregnancy center. You can connect with Kristin at her blog. If you need some mismatched socks, check out Pals*! *In full disclosure, this is an affiliate link, but I never share things I wouldn’t actually use myself or share even if I wasn’t being compensated. The post Podcast | #22 Kristin Taylor, my new Enneagram One friend appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
35 minutes | 3 years ago
Podcast | #21 Rena Rosen on Being Kind
Meet Rena Rosen. She’s the founder of Art of Compassion, an organization dedicated to a higher level of acceptance, appreciation, and understanding of physical differences among parents and children in our community. During our conversation she shares about what is was like to grow up with a noticeable physical disability and how she’s using her story to make the world a better place. And just like last week’s guest, Jenn, she shares how we can help our kids have appropriate encounters out in public with people who are different. If you’re parenting a child with a disability or you live with a disability, head to the AbleFinder FB page and click “Send Message” to be connected to a global community of support so you don’t have to feel isolated. Connect with Rena at Art of Compassion’s FB Page and go buy her book, The Courage to Be Kind. The other projects she mentioned are the Nora Project and Changing the Face of Beauty. The post Podcast | #21 Rena Rosen on Being Kind appeared first on The Cork Board | Parent Coaching, adoption, ADHD.
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