S2 induction
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S2- part time from home
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by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
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S2- preschool
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S2- one
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S2- I don't want to write poetry
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by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
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S2- homemaker
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by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
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S1E7: Andrea De La Torre misses being a teacher but uses Instagram to help other moms.
Rewrite Motherhood
by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
In Episode 7, Cynthia is joined by her friend Andrea De La Torre, a mother of three, sleep consultant, and Instagram sensation. Andrea shares what it has been like to gain nearly 100,000 followers, how therapy has helped her handle trolls, and why she has learned never to seek affirmation from social media. Cynthia and Andrea discuss Andrea’s decision to give up teaching to stay at home with her baby for a season, why having one baby feels so hard, how she handled being jealous of her husband’s career, mom shaming, and more. Andrea’s followers and friends alike will enjoy this candid, heart-fe ..read more
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S1E6: Kate Munhall Weber on intuitive eating and why she no longer remembers or cares what she ate today.
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by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
In Episode 6, Cynthia interviews her sister-in-law, Kate Weber, about learning intuitive eating as a breastfeeding mother and how the philosophy of food has freed Kate from a lifelong struggle with body image and disordered eating. Even as a young child with an otherwise happy childhood, Kate was chronically worried about her body size, and began formal dieting as a teenager. But when Kate became a mother, the hormonal gaunlet of pregnacies and breastfeeding tipped her over the edge and set her on a frantic quest looking for answers. One evening while running diet-related google searches, Kate ..read more
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S1E5: Elizabeth Nava on what it's really like to be a "stay at home mom."
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by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
In Episode 5, Cynthia interviews Elizabeth Nava about her decision to "stay at home" with her two sons despite having several elite (and expensive) degrees. Cynthia and Elizabeth talk about the limitations and contradictions of the label "stay at home mom" and how Elizabeth's upbringing contributed to her decision to give up her traditional career. Elizabeth talks about the ways she and her husband (a teacher) make their finances work on a single income, and some of the benefits of being home with her kids all day, such as the chance to observe her children in all situations and the ability to ..read more
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S1E4: Chelsea Gibson on the discernment & finding a personal board of directors.
Rewrite Motherhood
by Cynthia Schmidt
4M ago
In this conversational episode, Cynthia talks with her friend Chelsea Gibson, a mom of three who works full time in communications. Cynthia and Chelsea chat about how to discern what’s right in any situation, the three principles Chelsea believes we should always follow when making a decision, and why we all need a personal “board of directors” of people who can give us honest advice. The two women also talk about ways to make meaningful friendships in this season of motherhood and some things to consider when deciding whether to grow your family. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as ..read more
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