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Moms Got This

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MOMSGOTTHIS is a daily podcast every Monday through Thursday, featuring lively interviews with accomplished inspiring entrepreneurs and entertainers who are also moms. Each day covers a different part of a guest's life: including career, adventures, their “mom journey,” the highs and lows, the products they like (and don’t like), recipes that save the day, how they love and nurture their kids, the work-life balance, and more! Listeners will discover tips and tricks, be inspired, find the confidence to know that they’ve "got this" -- and even get a chance to share their own #MOMSGOTTHIS moment with hosts (and moms) Michelle Park and Stacy Igel!
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A second daughter on the way, building a successful business with macarons, finding balance, and how life changed with a first child. Dana Pollack, founder of Dana's Bakery, shares her Mom Journey with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park.
Jewelry Designer Roxanne Assoulin shares her mom moments and aspirations:Michelle does as much stuff as she can with her daughters on the weekendReminding oneself of memories on phones with picturesGirls vs. boys sharing feelingsWhat drives Roxanne in her business and how she balances with family, and how she has integrated her business with familySuccess due to being open to everything, asking for help, accepting riskHosted by Stacy Igel and Michelle Park
Jewelry Designer Roxanne Assoulin shared her mom products and solutions:Everyday California apparel giving Michelle opportunity to talk to her daughter about recycling and sustainabilityAll of the delivery services (i.e. Jetblack) offer so much time, Loving yourself to take care of yourself allows you to love other peopleA mom is as happy as her unhappiest kidFinding time to meditate or readLoving cataloguesMaking sure gifts aren't a transaction to prove you love your kids or grandkidsLoving kids without products as a rewardHosted by Stacy Igel and Michelle Park
Jewelry Designer Roxanne Assoulin shared her mom routines and relationships:Stacy's son Dylan and her husband's back scratchingPutting a sign out that mom is meditating (private time)A lot of walking, and how Roxanne ditched routinesJet lag timing as a. way to be getting up earlyThe value of getting up earlyHow children and grandchildren inspire for life, grandparents just have to love the grandkidsRoxanne on wanting grandchildren to want to be with her not because of her gifts, but respecting her anywayWhy you cant pick up kids without them being OK with thatLoving no matter whatGiving a child security of knowing unconditional loveHosted by Stacy Igel and Michelle Park.
Jewelry Designer Roxanne Assoulin shares her Mom Journey including:Stacy on meeting Roxanne via Jetblack Roxanne's amazing jewelry, creating friendship bracelets in age of social mediaThe unlikely way Rozanne got deep into social mediaStarting jewelry in her basement, and having two young kids at the timeHiding the stones from her young kids!Getting reported by neighbors for doing business form home, and being a turning pointLooking like you’ve got it as a mom, but just winging it, doing your bestBecoming a grandmaHow it is fun having children in the house againFace-timing any time of day with grandma!The great feeling of accomplishment and pride when you see the whole family together and realize what you’ve madeHosted by Stacy Igel and Michelle Park.
Having nails inspired by magazine covers, family dance parties, moments off joy, being where you are and being present, an attitude of gratitude and living with love, The Yay List, and why the kind of person your kids become is more important than academics. Meaghan Murphy, Executive Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine, shares her mom moments and aspirations with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park. (Instagram: @meaghanbmurphy)Presented by Keepsake Frames. Print, frame your photos easily and fast from your phone – handmade in the USA and delivered with free shipping. Use discount code #MOMSGOTTHIS at www.keepsakeframes.com for 30 percent off first order.Stacy on wanting to invent something to help you zip up your dress, she asked Dylan to zip her dress, was a big boy, surreal he knew how to do thisMeaghan's "Nails of Issues", manicures inspired by magazine coverHer daughter can’t get gelsMeaghan's favorite moments are dance partiesMoments of joy make it all possible and worthwhileBe where you are (present)Meaghan's oldest kid is living six steps aheadConfident, happy middle childYoungest kid so sensitiveWanting the kids to feel fulfilledLeaving love notes, practicing an attitude of gratitude and living with loveMore important than academics is the kind of person you areCreating flexibility and opportunities is more important than everHow Meaghan is passionate about helping people to live fully charged and find energy and goodness in every day, connecting dots in the universe and helping people get closer to what they are meant to be and do"The Yay List"Being Chief Spirit Officer of WestfieldA sense of community and belonging is crucial to happinessSaying yes to what brings you joy
Puncture-Resistant shoes, great toys from the Toy Fair, zip-up bedding, a point system for tasks, the best thing that ever happened for moms, a great acne solution, and awesome mascara. Meaghan Murphy, Executive Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine, shares her mom products and solutions with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park. (Instagram: @meaghanbmurphy)An early walker, Vivobarefoot, puncture resistant that forms to feet, encapsulates footA memorable toy from the Toy Fair - Spin Master - Juno the Interactive ElephantLots of llamas at the Toy FairLost Kitties, good for sensory and tactileBeddy’s zip up bedding, helps with made bedding for kids, like an all-in-one fitted sheetKids making bedsPoints for doing jobs isn the house, but no prizeThe best thing that ever happened for moms - Wineaway - stain removerAvocado as a stubborn stainCetaphil for acneMascara from Thrive Cosmetics - makes you look like have fake eyelashes without them - gives back to suffers of cancer
The routine of sharing your day, bed as a sacred place, separation anxiety after loss, when times of day have meaning, seeing the good in things, balancing three kids, and how puzzles can keep you connected. Meaghan Murphy, Executive Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine, shares her mom routines and relationships with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park. (Instagram: @meaghanbmurphy)Michelle's daughter telling about her day, saying she loves MichelleFor Meaghan and family, bed as a sacred place, on weekends family bedTouching ears at a certain time each day to know the other is thinking of each otherSeparation anxiety after dealing with lossThe magic of 11:11Programming your brain to see good more oftenShowing your kids the good in thingsBalancing three kidsNon-stop puzzles to always be spending time together
An incredible career following one's heart in service journalism, when your kids are toy testers, how it gets tougher but more rewarding as kids get older, a house that is part classroom and part party, and when karma delivers love and support back to you in a rough time. Meaghan Murphy, Executive Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine, shares her mom journey with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park. (Instagram: @meaghanbmurphy)Dylan pre-k experience, spelling, writing nameAn incredible career path - how Meaghan started in magazines at 18, won an essay contest writing about adversity, then from YM Magazine to Teen People to MTV to Delia's to Victoria's Secret, then Hearst then Cosmo, then Self Magazine, fitness expert, an acting background, then Good Housekeeping!No career path or goals—just following her heartHaving three kidsTrying so many things she learns through her service journalismHow Meaghan's kids are toy testersBalancing everything when they are younger, it gets crazier as they get older, schedules, bullying, anxiety, homeworkMore challenging but more rewardingConversations with her little peopleA house always feel like part classroom, part partyWhen she was sick, receiving so much love and support, and all the love and giving she does coming back to her
Tracy Margolies, Chief Merchant for Saks Fifth Avenue, rounds out her week with #MOMSGOTTHIS podcast by sharing her mom moments and aspirations with Stacy Igel and Michelle Park --- with talk of Puff the Magic Dragon, including her son in a Mother’s Day photo shoot, fitting in dating and the tradeoff, the challenge of dating in NYC and thinking about a man in her son’s life, when your child is kind and sharing, and a remarkable intuitive moment. (@tmargolies on Instagram)Presented by Keepsake Frames. Print, frame your photos easily and fast from your phone – handmade in the USA and delivered with free shipping. Use discount code #MOMSGOTTHIS at www.keepsakeframes.com for 30 percent off first order.Stacy on meeting Peter Yarrow of Peter Paul and MaryPuff the Magic Dragon!Tracy on doing shoots with her son, including for Mother’s DayFitting in dating, and the tradeoffChallenge of dating in NYCThinking about a man in her son’s lifeWhen your child is kind and sharingAn intuitive moment
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