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This is one of those conversations that I could go on and on about. As a matter of fact Sarah told me she would come back to speak to me again and I think I am going to take her up on that. Sarah was born in a small town where the majority of people in the town were white.  A direct quote from Sarah is "the biggest problem with small towns is the minds in those towns are quite small too" Go on a journey with us as she tells us how she escaped that small town mentality and how is she sees race and diversity today. This was an interesting conversation y'all and as the conversations on critical race theory pick up momentum I want to explore more of where we think all this talk about race and telling the truth about how this country was built is going to lead us.  
So yawl know we can actually be cute cute sporting sustainable fashion, right?  Earth Day is approaching and last I checked we get ONE Earth, and we have a lot of work to do to maintain the health of it.  One way of doing this is by wearing recycled clothing and recycling the things that you are no longer in need of. Shannon Crawford of  and I discuss why it is so important to be diligent about reducing, reusing and recycling. Shannon is doing the work of teaching us how over on her IG page as well as on her You Tube channel.  Y'all aren't going to believe these looks are repurposed.  They are gonna wanna make you run to your local Goodwill! 
Meet Simone, a Texas mom of two and former accounting professional turned digital creative. Her children are 9 years and 5 months apart in age. Although they share a close relationship, raising them has been very different.  Join Simone and I as she walks us through the story of dyslexia with her son and how she made sure he had the tools he needed to be successful.  There is a lesson for every mom in her story! Find Simone on  Instagram, where she shares her  life though a hilariously unique style of storytelling complete with cooking and lots of country grammar.When she is not “doing life”, she's “doing content” at where she share tools and strategies to help you bring your creative vision to life. Simone's goal is connect and collaborate with women in creative ways that will enrich their lives and help our communities. 
Truth is even mamas who have not been diagnosed with depression have days where parenting is down right difficult. Sometimes managing our own emotions, thoughts and feelings can be enough and then add parenting to that. I don't know about you but I want to build strong healthy relationships with my children, in order to do so I need practical ways to take care of my mental health. Today, Kimberly is going to share with us how she is able to show up for herself so she can show up for her children. I learned a lot in this interview and I hope you will too!  Kimberly has written an amazing resource to help manage depression from a preventative lens. Find her Ebook at http://www.being-kimberly.myshopify.comAlso take a moment to become a part of the Kimmunity email list
 Where all my allies at!?!? This week I was able to sit down with Amanda Gorman, of the Finding your Village Podcast, and talk about allyship and finding joy while doing so. We chat about why it is so uncomfortable for white women to ask for help or to admit they don't have all the answers, here we give freedom to show up and confront some of this misconceptions. We also chat about putting down perfection and picking up the mantle of diving in and doing the real work. Racial reconciliation will move the needle in our lives and cause us to move toward real relationship. Join Amanda and I  work to connect on a deeper level.  Find Amanda here Amanda and I talked about a presentation by Lisa Sharon Haper and Jen Hatmaker called White Women's Toxic Tears, find the link below and take a look at it. This list of Anti-Racism tools is soooo good! Get into this work.
I have been hearing a lot about being kind as we deal with tons of social injustice and racially charged issues....hey y'all just like respect is just a minimum, so is kindness!How can we move past kindness and into heart work. There is so much work to do friends, let's be open to moving forward in the areas that are going to move the needle. Below I am listening a few places you can go to learn more about pushing past kind. are so many more that aren't coming mind. It is my desire to make a comprehensive list of resources that I believe will be helpful. 
Before I dive into the show notes I want to invite you to join me this Sunday 9/20/20 for a FREE EVENT! In collaboration with Dem Black Mamas Podcast we will be hosting Matinees with Mamas. Black Mamas come enjoy an afternoon of diving into how we see ourselves in this film that centers a Black women dealing with love and loss. Bring your mimosas and get ready for tons of giveaways. I can't wait to meet you there! Here is the link to sign up wasn't putting an episode out this week, but my husband came to save the day!Let's talk about what it feels like to be protected. As Black women I don't think it is enough to talk about how unprotected we feel we must also speak to what makes us feel that protection from Black men, other Black women and the world as a whole. Join as we talk about the problems and ways that we think we can solve them. Having these conversations in our communities is vital to preserving the relationships in the Black community and showing those outside of our communities how to show up for us as well. Stay connected to Rondelle and her fabulous community! Below are more places you can find her:Life Coach for Women: Cooking: Tube Channel:
We only get one world, and I don't know about you but I want to leave it in the best shape possible for my children and generations to come. Join Seema Thomas and I as she walks us through some easy ways that we can start living a more sustainable life. Follow Seema on IG to get on board with the IG lives that she does with others. She is such a wealth of knowledge and I learn something new every time I hear her speak. Find her here
Dr. Sadi, also known as the Purpose Promoter has so much to say about living life on purpose and with a purpose no matter what season you find yourself in. From a married women to a successful single she drops tons of knowledge on how to embrace yourself in your season. Join us as we talk about marriage, life after divorce, co-parenting and loving yourself no matter where you find yourself. Dr. Mosadi is the author of Alone Not Lonely, a speaker, mentor and an event planner. This conversation was such a blessing to me and I know that you will enjoy it as well! Below are all the ways that you can connect with Dr. Sadi:http://www.thepurposepromoter.com
How many of you know that this mom thing is just a bunch of prayer and trial and error! I mean who really knows what they are doing? This series came to me because I love to tell on myself and I knew there had to be some other moms out there who had a heart to share their struggles and how they were able to make it through those struggles. Today, Danni Rice of the Jussayin Podcast is joining me to walk us through a hard moment in her parenting journey. Just like she is able to look back in retrospect and even find funny moments in tragedy, so will you! Please go and follow Danni and listen to her podcast as she keeps us up to date about the happenings in these internet streets. Here are all the ways you can link up with Dannihttp://innernetstreets.com Danni on You Tube as well
When the rubber meets the road in our motherhood journey, we may be left standing in places that will make us question everything. What will you do in those moments? How will you continue to show up when the life  you thought you would have doesn't pan out?  Join Nashira Williams and I as she tells her story to get to the other side of happy. My hope is that during this series I can normalize the way we walk out our own journeys. Your journey may not look like mine, but stay the path! Have you heard of Digit! Digit is my favorite app to save without even thinking about it. Digit takes money from you account and places it in special accounts and saves for you! When you use my code you get started with your first $5 towards saving. I promise you will LOVE saving this way. Link below!  
Motherhood is the ultimate sisterhood. Although we may all handle the challenges and hurdles differently I know that sharing our stories, both the good and the not so good, help each of us along the journey. I can't tell you how many times I have heard another mom share a situation they were dealing with and it helped me feel normal again. My advice is to share, share and share some more. You never know who you are helping. I hope this solo episode helps you as you move forward in the motherhood journey.Have you all heard about Digit! Digit is the easiest way to save money without having to think about it. Let me offer you your first $5 when you enroll using my code. My vacay account is popping off saving with Digit. Start your account today. 
Hey mamas! If you follow me on social media you know that I have been talking about how to celebrate and maintain a joy filled marriage. I don't know about any of you but marriage has been one of the toughest journeys for me. It has been the one relationship that has taught me the most about who I am and the most about how I need to grow. The only relationship goal your girl has is the goal to stay in my dang relationship. Join me and the mister as we have a candid conversation about what it feels like 8 years in and what we what to see happen in the future of our marriage. We both realize how imperfectly perfect this journey has been and we want to share some transparent moments in hopes that we can encourage other couples to enjoy marriage to the fullest.  Hey have you all started using Digit to save yet??? Digit is the  no brainer way to put aside a little money here and there. All you have to do is set up your account and Digit does the rest. Allow me to offer you your first $5 when you use the link below!
Mama, you know we all need a moment! I have connected with some amazing moms on IG and it is such joy to hear how different moms find ways to take care of themselves. During quarantine those moments have become increasingly hard to get so I am sure we have all had to recreate the wheel a bit. Come hang out as I chat with two moms who are doing life their way. I am getting ready for a Transparent Mommy Moment series and this episode is the perfect one leading up to that. Find Mom Needs a Moment on IG: Kira on IG Cole on IG you all heard about Digit yet? I got me a whole savings account that I don't have to think about at all! I would like to offer you your first $5 when you sign up with my special code. Go check it out y'all, you won't be disappointed!
I have been on a little hiatus and this was the perfect episode to return with. Y'all know I ride hard for kids around here and with the state of the world today we have to figure out how we can correct our education system so that each group is represented equally and fairly. I am sickened by a lot of what I have seen go on in the education system for many Black and Brown children, including my own. I have been blessed to have a lot of moms in this fight for equality with me and four of them are joining me on this episode. Talking pointsHow racism affects students even when they are not cognizant (depending on age and experience students may not even be aware this is happening) Time stamp (12:05)Thoughts concerning the School to Prison Pipeline Time stamp (22:07)Performative Allyship Time stamp (41:32)How do we as mothers protect Black and Brown children that we witness injustice happening to Time stamp (51:00)Check out my guest on their personal platforms:Connect with Juvonne who is half of Reality Bites Podcast at with Anna on her blog for reading books and listening to podcast with Deanna on her blogging journey as she explores following her musical journey you heard about saving with Digit! If not, allow me to offer you your first $5 to save money without even thinking about it. Click here and find out more about how easy it is to save resources to check out:
Hey giver, this is the episode you don’t want to miss. The giver in you needs to hear how the harvest has so much to do with how we allow others to sow into our lives. Quick bonus episode that is sure to bless your socks off. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
Ode to Motherhood!

Ode to Motherhood!


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Joy Filled Pandemic

Joy Filled Pandemic


We are still here mamas. Still in the house and still figuring out daily how to manage this pandemic. As I have already talked about in a previous conversation with my friend and fellow podcaster, Shilene Aaron, we are declaring a thriving season and not merely here to survive. Today, we are having a little girl chat about how we are managing and staying Joy Filled. We talk about everything from how to love on our husbands in this season to how to continue to see the value in self-care. Come join us for a funny and light chat that will keep you in the mindset of thriving through this. Follow Shilene at for tons of inspiration and great content! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
Still living this very surreal COVID-19 life BUT there is peace in all of it. When you are at peace it transfers to your children. Let’s be the peace for our family during this unpredictable time. Look forward to continuing the conversation with you on social media. Meet me over on IG FB --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. this podcast:
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