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Moms Got This

Author: Michelle Park and Stacy Igel

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Michelle and Stacy have come together to create a podcast via Skype during this uncertain time. In this episode they will cover what they have been doing to manage their days and their families.
Michelle & Stacy are joined by Bethany Braun, editor of Parenting.com. Bethany shares her journey of her career in journalism and motherhood. This episode is brought to you by Super Soccer Stars, NYC’s #1 youth educational soccer program for over 20 years. Super Soccer Stars teaches soccer in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. The philosophy is to use soccer to nurture physical and social skills, build self-confidence, and develop teamwork in every class.  What makes Super Soccer Stars different from other programs? They use low kid-to-coach ratios to ensure that each child gets individual attention in every class. Ratios start as low as 5:1, less than half what other team sport programs offer. Children will also be grouped together in age-specific curriculums, meaning your kids will play with other kids their age. You don’t have to worry about your 3 year old playing against a 6 year old, so they can learn at their own pace. Super Soccer Stars highly trained and experienced coaches undergo ongoing seasonal training and hold coaching certifications from soccer’s top governing bodies. Lastly, Super Soccer Stars has a crib-to-college approach. From Parent & Me, to educational classes, to advanced development and travel programs with Soccer Stars United, there is a program for every stage of play for kids ages 1-18.   Come try a class or camp with Super Soccer Stars this Spring and Summer. For our listeners only, use promo code MOMSGOTSOCCER and save $25 off any class or camp where Super Soccer Stars takes direct enrollment. Hurry, this offer is only good for the month of March. See how much your kids will learn and grow, all while having endless fun!  
Stacy Igel and Michelle Park return with season 3 of Moms Got This. On this episode, they introduce a new format to the show as well as dive into their personal journeys as mothers. This episode is brought to you by Super Soccer Stars, NYC’s #1 youth educational soccer program for over 20 years. Super Soccer Stars teaches soccer in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. The philosophy is to use soccer to nurture physical and social skills, build self-confidence, and develop teamwork in every class.  What makes Super Soccer Stars different from other programs? They use low kid-to-coach ratios to ensure that each child gets individual attention in every class. Ratios start as low as 5:1, less than half what other team sport programs offer. Children will also be grouped together in age-specific curriculums, meaning your kids will play with other kids their age. You don’t have to worry about your 3 year old playing against a 6 year old, so they can learn at their own pace. Super Soccer Stars highly trained and experienced coaches undergo ongoing seasonal training and hold coaching certifications from soccer’s top governing bodies. Lastly, Super Soccer Stars has a crib-to-college approach. From Parent & Me, to educational classes, to advanced development and travel programs with Soccer Stars United, there is a program for every stage of play for kids ages 1-18.   Come try a class or camp with Super Soccer Stars this Spring and Summer. For our listeners only, use promo code MOMSGOTSOCCER and save $25 off any class or camp where Super Soccer Stars takes direct enrollment. Hurry, this offer is only good for the month of March. See how much your kids will learn and grow, all while having endless fun!  
Raakhee Mirchandani notes some stand out moments as well as aspirations future aspirations for her daughter.
Raakhee Mirchandani shares some helpful mom hacks with the ladies of #MomsGotThis.
Raakhee Mirchandani, writer and editor of Dow Jones joins the ladies this week. In this episode, she discusses her career and mom journey. Raakhee shares her experience with her daughter's early cancer diagnosis and how it has affected their lives. Find out what inspired her first children's book, Super Satya Saves the Day.
Stacy Igel and Michele Park are joined by co-host Emily Tisch Sussman this week. Emily Culp discusses one of the special moments where she integrated her family with work responsibilities. She also explains how goal setting has changed since having her son.
Stacy Igel and Michele Park are joined by co-host Emily Tisch Sussman this week. Emily Culp shares a couple of Mom Hacks, focusing on her children while being the CEO of Cover FX.
Stacy Igel and Michele Park are joined by co-host Emily Tisch Sussman this week. Emily Culp of Cover FX discusses the network she has created for her family as a working mom. Culp also explains how she shares parenting responsibilities with her husband.
Stacy Igel and Michele Park are joined by co-host Emily Tisch Sussman this week. Emily Culp, CEO of Cover FX joins the ladies and discusses both her career and mom journey. Emily shares how she has prioritized motherhood duties during her career shifts. Culp also explains the intersection of her home and work culture.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Michelle Mannix shares what she wants to work on, focusing on and developing over the next 12 weeks as she takes you through her personal Seize Your Days Planner.  Find out what aspirations Michelle has for her 10 year old son.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Michelle Mannix shares one of her mom hacks that she uses to battle screen time.  She goes on to explain how she created her Seize Your Days Planner after experiences with her accountability group.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Michelle Mannix dives into her relationship with her husband, who is also an entrepreneur and how she has found more “equity” in their lifestyle.  She also shares how she has found her self worth as a wife and mother. Michelle speaks briefly on how patriarchy and privilege can play a part in your day to day life.  She shares how she intentionally created a business based on her voice and what she had to offer as well as the things she didn’t desire from the food/culinary space.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Michelle Mannix is the founder of Cookspace Brooklyn.  She discusses her journey of motherhood, switching careers and how she ended up building her culinary studio.  Michelle shares her experience with opening her farm to table cafe, Ted and Honey and how she created a community with this challenging venture while being a new mother.  She goes on to talk about how she intersects motherhood with being an entrepreneur by involving her son in her day to day experiences.  Michelle also shares how she created Cookspace and a recent Moms Got This moment.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Emily shares her mom hacks with having her kids on set while working. Find out what she has in her bag of tricks that can help any mother who is on the go.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode Emily discusses how she met her husband, his initial pickup line and how their first encounter went. She shares his reaction to their first pregnancy news and how she adjusted to being a new mother. Emily goes on to talk about how she navigates gender norms with her two little ones, her recent move to NYC and bringing her children to work.
Michelle Park and Stacy Igel return with Season 2 of #MomsGotThis Podcast. In this episode: Emily discusses her podcast, Your Primary Playlist and how it explores presidential primaries. She chronicles her career, motherhood and the importance of finding balance between the two. Emily also breaks some exciting news.
Season One Wrap-Up

Season One Wrap-Up

2019-07-0821:45

Stacy Igel and Michelle Park reflect on Season One and nearly 250 episodes with the journeys of amazing moms. Plus, what's up next for Stacy and Michelle.
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