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MommyMatters is for the spiritual, heart-centered individual, searching for tools to evolve and elevate themselves, their communities and the world. We believe that caring for care givers(mom, dad, teacher, nurse), elevates children. We discuss Intergenerational healing, Intuitive and evolved parenting, Mindfulness, sacred/deep/authentic self-care, stages of evolving/growth, postpartum care, early childhood and ancestral work, mother/father wounds, ENERGY MANAGEMENT and sovereignty. www.mommyevolve.com
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In this episode we discuss to discuss why the diet mentality keeps you from loving your full self, how to break the diet mentality, guiding healthy eating habits in your children, the error in "snap back" mentality and so much more!  It is important to me that while staying healthy we love ourselves and attach ourselves to our greatness. Self-Love is Self-Care and we can not hate the place we were that gave us greater realizations for our connectedness and ability to evolve. As we are continuously evolving. It is always my hope that these episodes help you to evolve and learn yourself a little deeper each day.  About our Guest: Kiara, Food Freedom & Body Acceptance Coach Kiara Raye is an Anti-Diet Coach For Foodies and also an ex yo-yo dieter and former food addict who transformed her life by completely healing her relationship with food and her body. Now, she specializes in teaching other women how to liberate themselves from the diet mentality and re-educate them on how their body was naturally designed to make healthier choices without restrictive dieting or excessive exercise. Find her on IG@ curvesncupcakes email: curvesncupcakes@gmail.com About our Host: Cecile is an educator, facilitator, Reiki Practitioner, Mindfulness and Self-care coach. She specializes in uncovering unconscious behavior and anything that is holding you back from evolving and transforming the mind and spirit using holistic solutions. Specifically, Cecile uses sacred deep self care, energy management and mindfulness techniques.  Cecile is a claircognizant of many generations of spiritually gifted women.  She loves to share her gifts and utilize them to assist individuals in centering themselves and accessing/using their power.”  MommyEvolve is for parents and caregivers looking to shift mindsets, energy and legacy.  It is a call to reignite the mother principle in our daily lives to bring the regenerative ideas of sustainability in our thoughts, actions and creations. Evolution Solutions, LLC is the umbrella that incubates Evolve Education and MommyEvolve. SUPPORT MOMMY MATTERS PODCAST simply by SHARE. LIKE. SUBSCRIBE. BE A PAID SUPPORTER. DOWNLOAD. MESSAGE. ENGAGE. LEAVE A REVIEW. EMAIL. MomEvolve@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
What a powerful conversation! I feel like every person needs to hear and understand how their inner guide is the best guide and that you get no awards for trying to save everyone. NONE! In fact, you can't save everyone, we all have our paths. Being SUPERWOMAN could delay your own path, which is the higher level of service to self, the divine and others.  An educator turned full-time entrepreneur, basketball mom, gymnastics mom, twin mom, mother of seven children (yes, you read that right), Tanai still finds time to inspire moms to travel the world. In 2013, Tanai moved her then three children to Abu Dhabi to build her “American dream” outside of America. While abroad, her children were able to learn Arabic, excelled in school and sports, had a live-in nanny, and traveled the world. Since returning to the US in 2016, she has continued to maintain the goal of granting her children a new passport stamp every 100 days. In 2019, Tanai got married and grew her family from four to seven people to love and in 2020, she made the decision to quit teaching and pursue her dreams full time! Please connect with Tanai : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tanai.benard Instagram: @tenaibernardturner Website: https://tanaibenard.com/ SUPPORT THIS PODCAST! SHARE. LIKE. SUBSCRIBE. SUPPORT. DOWNLOAD. MESSAGE. ENGAGE. EMAIL. MomEvolve@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
Finding Calm is a global need for mothers and their children. This step by step guide given by the phenomenal owner or Black Mom's Guide to Calm is what every mother needs right now to center herself and therefore everyone around her.  Jamie discussed very practical ways to infuse C.A.L.M into your daily routine.  About Jamie: As the founder of Black Mom's Guide to Calm, Jamie Fleming works with mamas (and women) who are tired of being burned out, stressed out, and worn out and are ready to do something about it. She teaches them how to create calm in the chaos of their daily lives. Jamie's love of meditation and yoga was sparked after giving birth to her daughter, Nailah, in 2013. Her mission is to teach women how to overcome their overwhelm and find inner peace and calm. How to find Jamie: IG @blackmomcalm websites: blackmomcalmshop.com, blackmomsguidetocalm.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
This episode gets raw about intergenerational transference, self-awareness to destroy cycles and motherhood as a gateway to healing and self-discovery.  We discuss the power of self-care and define it in multi-layered ways so that you can access it at anytime.  GUEST BIO: Kerri Hummingbird, Soul Guide, inspires people to lead their lives wide awake with an authenticity, passion and purpose that positively impacts others. She catalyzes mind-shifts that transform life challenges into gifts of wisdom with her Reinvent Yourself programs for individual and group mentoring. She is the international best-selling author of "The Second Wave: Transcending the Human Drama" and the award-winning best-selling book "Awakening To Me: One Woman’s Journey To Self Love" which describes the early years of her spiritual awakening. She has served as a social activist, leader, and philanthropist for over three decades. She is the Founder of the Skills Not Pills Movement and Host of Soul Nectar Show. Host of Soul Nectar Show w: www.kerrihummingbird.com c: 512-809-9816 facebook: Kerri.Hummingbird linkedin: Kerri Hummingbird instagram: Kerri.Hummingbird https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/571093 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
It was my pleasure to interview Monica J. Sutton - an early childhood behavioral specialist and educator for 17 years.   In this episode Monica shares her WHY perspective and also tools to assist parents, teachers, and counselors understand and deal with children's difficult behaviors.   Monica explains her simple steps through P.A.P.S, which stands for: P = Pause A = Acknowledge P = Positive response S= Support You can reach Monica at monicajsutton.com, via Instagram @monicajsutton where she does a live each Tuesday evening at 9pm and you can sign up for her free challenge called "No More Yelling" at bit.ly/nomoreyellingminichallenge. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
Women are the fastest growing segment of entrepreneurs in the USA.  Entrepreneurship has always been the way for women to contribute monetarily to the family while making ALL the other contributions.  In this discussion I speak with Kenya Pope, The Goddess Builder about building a business and parenting.  Whether married or single, the insights are powerful.  As always, this will leave you thinking but also with tangible tools to use on your journey!  You can contact Kenya @thegoddessbuilder on Instagram.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
Discussion of MommyMagic Handbook - A Mother's Guide to self-care, parenting and destroying negative generational cycles.  In this episode I discuss the book and some of its salient points. You can access this book at bit.ly/mommyhandbook.  Please share your thoughts, questions, etc at momevolve@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
A few minutes of my musings on new ways of interacting and creating new pathways in families where there ways none or it was rocky. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
This episode shows us how much closer we are than we think. I speak to author and economist Yacine Bio-Tchane about the impetus for the writing of the book Pregnancy and Motherhood:Tale of two Afropolitains, why it was needed and how it is being received. Soon to be released in English, this book shares the traditions, trials and triumphs of motherhood across the Atlantic. The comparisons are enlightening. I hope you see that the movement for improved birthing and mothering experiences isn't just about us, but a global conversation that requires our mental, physical and spiritual backing to help change the course. AUTHORS BIOs: Aminata N’Diaye Tall is married and a mother of 3 boys. She is a development economist who specializes on the financial sector at the World Bank in Washington. She holds degrees Masters degrees from Sciences Po Paris, the London School of Economics (MPA) and Pace University, NEOMA Business School (ex ESC Rouen) (MBA). She has worked at the African Development Bank, in a corporate bank in New York, as well as in several financial institutions in Senegal. Aminata is passionate about good governance and entrepreneurship. She has a keen interest in SME financing and in economic opportunities for women. Yacine Bio Tchane is married and a mother of a girl and a boy. She is an economist working in freelance for institutions and international organizations on public financial management, financial inclusion and private sector development across Africa. She graduated from Rutgers University with a BA in economics and political science as well as from the London School of Economics with a Msc. in development management. Yacine’s mission is to contribute to socio-economic reforms in Africa and improving young African women’s access to greater professional opportunities, financial independence and rights in society. Learn more about the book and grab a copy here: https://circumspecte.com/2020/03/motherhood-west-africa-parenting-yacine-bio-tchane-aminata-ndiaye-tall/ Find them on IG:@afropolima --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
This powerful episode was so astronomical that spirit was interfering with our recording. Non joke. We spoke clearly with one another until it was time to record. Well, either way, be patient we have some powerful and important information for you. You will feel more equipped and understanding when you are done listening. We discuss 1.) what are ancestors? 2) handling spiritually astute children 3) the power of ancestral healing, just to name a few. Be prepared. Have you pen and pad too! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
It was a treat to have this powerful sister on to speak about self-care and reproductive health. Sister Freya Mórani is the Founder and CEO of RootMama. She is a certified doula, trained breastfeeding educator, childbirth educator and wellness coach. Sis. Freya provides intuitive and professional support to women, infants and families during preconception, pregnancy, birth and postpartum. Freya is a southern woman with roots stretching throughout  Arkansas and Texas. She has a lineage of home birthing and midwifery reaching back to her maternal grandmother and great grandmothers. Freya began her healing journey her freshman year in college in Atlanta, GA by cutting out fast food and embracing her natural hair with a big chop. Step by step, she incorporated more healthy changes over the years including becoming vegetarian around 2008. Freya became interested in becoming a doula after watching Shafia Monroe's presentation on the Legacy of the Black Midwife in 2011. She coupled her knowledge of healing the womb, inspired by Queen Afua, with her professional doula training to create the wellness company RootMama.  Freya is unique in her approach to supporting women achieve their wellness goals and live their best life. She believes that the woman is the central element of the family unit, and when she is well and thriving, the entire family is well and thriving.  Her belief in the utmost importance of the woman's total health and vitality is what motivates her work through RootMama. Freya continues to level up her professional skills by raking up continuing education hours, trainings, mentorship and self-led studies.  She gives exceptional emotional and comfort support to moms and families. She has a wealth of knowledge in birthing practices, birthing options, comfort measures for mothers, breastfeeding techniques, and infant care. She helps moms feel confident, prepared and well-informed about their births. Freya is an eclectic soul who loves to travel. She has traveled to Mexico, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Belize, Canada, Lebanon and Haiti. She loves global cuisine and speaks Spanish too.  When she's not assisting RootMama clients, she's reading a good non-fiction book, indulging in self-care or playing with her toddler.  You can find her services, reviews and more information at rootmama.co --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
In this casual, yet powerful conversation we discuss the power of self-healing and offer tips and tools to do so in practical and self-loving ways. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
In this episode we explore positive parenting, its connections to intergenerational healing and self-care for mothers. Positive Parenting is defined and express examples are given to ponder. Ways to connect with Pia are also shared. You don't want to miss this illuminating conversation! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
In this powerful episode we discuss black motherhood starting with the statistics that black women are 4 times more likely to die in child-birth. FOUR TIMES! We discuss this conversation from a holistic empowerment perspective. We know you will gain much from this. Inform your family, friends, both male and female as this is a public health crisis that can not be ignored. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
Intergenerational healing is required because there are intergenerational traumas. We all have some form of unraveling of dogmas, ideas, physical pain, mental pain that we carry around. The key is, we do not have to keep it. We can release it. Listen in as I define and discuss this critical issue. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
For me, this relationship is the center of healing communities. The the stories, the rituals, the energy all culminates in what transpires in our communities. Women and our relationships with one another are more powerful than we have been taught or learned to live and conduct ourselves around.  In this episode I interview Mrs. Ann Dillard, featured in the "Unchain My legacy" book of short stories of mothers and their experiences parenting. Mrs. Dillard is a licensed marriage and family therapist who is passionate about assisting young women. Her show Teen Talk Live is dynamic and her passion for youth shows. Listen to her describe some very important steps in healing the bonds between Mothers and daughters. Listen in as we discuss this delicate topic with love and healing. GUEST BIO:  As the founder of KIP Consulting Services, LLC, Ms. Ann is passionate about instilling hope and empowering individuals to live their best lives. She operates a thriving private practice in Decatur, GA where she offers mental health services to teens and their families. Ms. Ann hosts conversation circles where she helps women of all ages to navigate challenges in their own mother/daughter relationships. She has written and presented Healthy Relationships workshops both nationally and also online. She also appears regularly on radio, tv, and podcasts programs discussing the challenges and triumphs of recognizing, repairing, and building healthy mother/daughter relationships. She is the co-author of the Amazon #1 Bestseller Unchain My Legacy where she talked about the emotional debt that she inherited and in turn passed on to her daughter, even though she vowed that she would never do that. Ms. Ann is very transparent in her work, and her writing, weaving in her clinical knowledge as a licensed marriage and family therapist. She has also contributed to other publications such as Unchain Me Mama: The Forgiveness Factor. Ms. Ann has created several tools to help foster healthy relationships and stronger bonds between mothers and daughter as well as parents and their teenagers. Ann Dillard, a Brainspotting therapist, is also trained in foster care and adoption competency, and is a Certified Daring Way Facilitator through Dr. Brene Brown’s organization. http://www.anndillard.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
TV MOMS and Motherhood

TV MOMS and Motherhood

2018-06-0522:24

How has watching mothering on TV affected your mothering? Claire Huxtable, Roseanne Bar, Leave it to Beaver or any other that you've seen . Did fantasy meet reality? Did anything resonate? Have you ever thought of a connection? This episode explores some of these questions. This is a simple think piece. I hope you enjoy. Leave your comments below. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
Me: what made you want to make Mac n cheese? Nubia: because I saw a video on tic toc and it looked good Me: did you see a video on there about turning assignments in on time too? Nubia: *blank stare* and 😏 Black mamas will forever be undefeated ^^^ the conversation that sparked this episode.  It is intriguing how the smallest thing can create the biggest impact. Listen in and add what you think. I would love to hear what you have to say! www.mommyevolve.com bit.ly/momappointments calendly.com/momevolve https://shop.spreadshirt.com/evolvinginspirations/?noCache=true --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
I love the conversations around abundance! Yes - this is about abundance. In the mind and spirit! The conversations around single motherhood are shifting and I love that empowered stances are taking the forefront.  In my mind - if anyone can build wealth as she sees fit - it is someone as resourceful as a single mom. The key is to use your resources, inside and out.  This was a fun convo (not without glitches though) Danielle learned how critical a healthy relationship with money was shortly after her divorce and one-income home reality hit her.  Follow Danielle Robinson on IG @single_mom_money and Youtube - Single Mom Money. There is a wealth of information here! Stay tuned for more inspiring episodes with Mommy Matters --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
In this Episode Johanne Osias and I speak about what self-care and relationships can look like. With healthy boundaries, self-love, clarity -  a healthy balance is possible.  Learn more about and follow Johanne for tips, tools, and products/services to enhance you and your family's self-care.  https://www.facebook.com/chezfabine/?fref=pb&eid=ARASMfOeis9aYMmublaAJNVAr5uUd8nDREimx9x6xnedlSWPNY-mmzUYuUDflUpXUUCg-lPJlLanMfYc&hc_location=profile_browser @Iamstrongandpowerful --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mommymatters/support
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