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Gotcha Mama is a podcast all about sharing honest stories of the joys and struggles of mom-life with young kids.
Each week you’ll hear from moms just like you, highlighting an important part of how she experiences motherhood. From awkwardly making mom friends, to chasing BIG dreams and finding purpose in the middle of motherhood, to managing crippling anxiety and depression.
You’re not alone as a busy mom of young kiddos, no matter your circumstances.
This show is all about tearing down our insecurities and unrealistic expectations as moms by honestly sharing our stories, and a little of what we've learned along the way.
It's riding the roller coaster of motherhood together.
We’re continuing to the conversation about identity and motherhood. And this month we’re digging into specifically how your support system and your village (or lack thereof) affects your identity as a mom. Do you ever look around as a mom and think “gosh, everyone else has so many friends and I don’t? I’m definitely the […]
“It takes a village to raise a child”. Chances are if you’re a mom, you have lots of thoughts on this topic…especially in this age of social distancing and digital communities… “What if I don’t have a village?” “How do I find my village?” “How do I create a supportive village that pushes me to […]
I don’t know about you, but the change of pace we’ve gone through in the world over the past several months has me thinking about busyness and what it means to slow down. Like really slow down, My guest Jen has a business teaching and showing moms how to live an Unhurried life with little […]
When you think about how you learned to view nutrition and exercise, who do you think of? For me, I would have to say my parents. Well, my parents and Denise Austin. If you don’t know Denise from her leotard-clad workouts on Getting Fit with Denise Austin, give her a Google. The lady is doing […]
What was you and your spouses first fight about after you got married? Was it which way to put the toilet paper on the roll (Over the top always!!)? Or maybe how you load the dishwasher? OR did it have to do with money? That’s a biggie. And maybe it wasn’t your first argument, but […]
So, we’ve talked about clutter and meaningful inspired actions in the past two episodes. This is the last episode of the “messy middle” series (if you want to know more about this, go to “How to Thrive, Not Just Survive with Becca Starr” ) and in it we talk about something that’s at the intersection […]