What Makes a Wicked Stepmom, Wicked? Part 1
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by Suzanne Freeman
1y ago
Rory and I were driving to school. Rory is the type of kid who never stops, ever. He wakes up at 5 am and operates on full tilt until bedtime. And even in the car when we drive, even though he’s restrained and strapped into a car seat, he still chatterboxes. It requires a lot of energy. He requires a lot of attention. In order to save my sanity, because we’ve learned better than to use tablets or movies to keep him occupied… just because of the type of kid he is and how active he and his brain are, movies and screens just overstimulate him. So, we’ve discovered that on Spotify, there are a fe ..read more
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The Real Way To Get What You Want In Your Stepfamily (& Life)
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by Suzanne Freeman
1y ago
I’m in a season of life right now that, don’t get me wrong I’m super grateful for, and that also demands a lot of my time and attention and emotional and physical and psychological resources. and while the responsibility can certainly feel overwhelming at times when I choose to get into overwhelm, I’m also in a season of life that I most definitely wouldn’t have been able to navigate even a couple of years ago. This is an important theme for this episode: the theme of becoming an energetic match to the life you want. Because, this life I have now, with the successful business that has reache ..read more
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Quaran-Toddler: Surviving COVID Quarantine With A Toddler
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by The Stepqueen
1y ago
Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links. It’s day number (???) of COVID Quarantine. Nobody really knows whether it’s Sunday or Thursday, because every day is Monday, but every day is also Friday. Taking a trip to the grocery store feels almost as exhilarating as being invited to go backstage at a Backstreet Boys concert (but back when they were still cool). And for those of us with children or stepchildren, we’ve (sort of?) settled into our new normal. From the looks of things (at least from the ..read more
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This One Mindset Shift Will Make ANY Stepmom Happier This Year
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by The Stepqueen
1y ago
(And how not Adapting this Mindset Shift Could Cost you the Best Years of your Life) If you’ve been a Stepmom for at least six months, then chances are pretty good that you’ve figured out that there are issues you’re having that you never thought you’d have. Today, I want to talk about why so many stepmoms feel undervalued, overwhelmed, and frankly – underpaid. If that’s how you feel, then I have good news… fixing this is a piece of cake with just one small but mighty mindset shift that I’ll be covering throughout this article. I’ve been called the “Stepmom Coach for Stepmoms who think they d ..read more
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StepQueen Sar
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by Sarah Gale
1y ago
Hi there friend! I’m the new kid on the block here at the Stepqueen Palace. So let me start this one off by introducing myself: My name is Sarah. I’m currently working as a stepmom coach through the Stepmom Story with Brittany Lynch. I live in Ontario, Canada with my partner Luke and my two step kids. Let me tell ya’, being a stepmom has been a RIDE. Becoming a stepmom was one of the greatest gifts this universe could ever have given me. *Insert your major eye roll, I know.* My journey that took me from miserable stepmom to becoming a stepmom coach all began when I met the love of my life thr ..read more
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Emergency Surgery While Pregnant: Why I’m grateful for one of the hardest months of my life
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by Suzanne Freeman
1y ago
I’m baaaack. If you’re a regular podcast listener, or you are a dedicated follower, then you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus.  In today’s episode, I’m going to be getting a little more personal than I have in a while. We’re talking where I’ve been, why I got rushed in for emergency surgery, what an operation like that meant for my pregnancy, and most importantly of all, the lessons I learned throughout this really, really difficult time. Here we go. — What is up everybody, Brittany Lynch here, back in the saddle after almost a whole month off. Now I wish I co ..read more
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Emergency Surgery While Pregnant: Why I’m grateful for one of the hardest months of my life
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by Suzanne Freeman
1y ago
I’m baaaack. If you’re a regular podcast listener, or you are a dedicated follower, then you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus.  In today’s episode, I’m going to be getting a little more personal than I have in a while. We’re talking where I’ve been, why I got rushed in for emergency surgery, what an operation like that meant for my pregnancy, and most importantly of all, the lessons I learned throughout this really, really difficult time. Here we go. — What is up everybody, Brittany Lynch here, back in the saddle after almost a whole month off. Now I wish I co ..read more
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6 Sneaky Reasons Your Stepfamily May Not Be Blending The Way You’d Hoped
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by The Stepqueen
1y ago
Current Stepmom Trends I did that thing that I always regret doing, and went and poked around some of those free Facebook groups that claim to be stepmom support groups but really they’re, for the most part, just a whole lot of blind leading the blind and hurting women ripping out each other’s throats and calling it advice. If that’s what folks think a support group is then yikes… Now DISCLAIMER, I know those groups can be really helpful for a lot of women, especially at the beginning when you are just realizing maybe for the first time that what you’ve been feeling as a stepmom is actually r ..read more
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StepQueen Sar
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by Sarah Gale
1y ago
Hi there friend! I’m the new kid on the block here at the Stepqueen Palace. So let me start this one off by introducing myself: My name is Sarah. I’m currently working as a stepmom coach through the Stepmom Story with Brittany Lynch. I live in Ontario, Canada with my partner Luke and my two step kids. Let me tell ya’, being a stepmom has been a RIDE. Becoming a stepmom was one of the greatest gifts this universe could ever have given me. *Insert your major eye roll, I know.* My journey that took me from miserable stepmom to becoming a stepmom coach all began when I met the love of my life thr ..read more
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7 Ways to Squash Stepmom Resentment & Build the Connected Relationship you Crave
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by The Stepqueen
1y ago
I can’t believe it is almost JULY. Time goes by so fast as a grownup doesn’t it? Also can you still be a grownup when you call yourself a grownup? Asking for a friend. But for real, do you know what comes after July? August. And do you know what’s happening in August? Yep. Uplifted Challenge WOOP WOOP! Which meanssss…. Your Stepmom Story enrolment will be opening for the first time in almost 6 months. How exciting is THAT! In fact, the Uplifted Challenge is going to be kicking off on, what better day than, my anniversary. (Make sure you’re following me on Instagram so that you don’t miss enro ..read more
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