BIG announcement in this episode!
Transition happens all the time.
Maybe you’re going through a transition right now too.
I’ve talked to other moms who are feeling it.
If you’re wondering “What’s the next thing?” for you, you definitely aren’t the only one.
After the interviews with Merritt and Mary Kathryn in episodes 85 and 86 about pursuing dreams as a mom (and lots of thought, prayer, and conversations with friends) I’ve felt a confirmation in my soul that it’s time for a new season.
Not just personally, but also with Gotcha Mama and what I’m doing to support and encourage moms…
Tune in to find out more!
And if you’re feeling a new season coming for you too. I’d LOVE to know about it.
Reach out and let me know what’s next for YOU, friend! I’m here to cheer you on.
I talk about
- The changes coming to Gotcha Mama and the reason for these changes
- Where you can find me
- Encouragement for YOUR next season of life, no matter where you’re at in your motherhood journey
Links & Resources
Megan Dahlman and VIGEO
Gotcha Mama on Instagram
More about the Gotcha Mama Podcast:
The Gotcha Mama Podcast is where we share honest stories of the joys and struggles of mom-life with young kids.
Each week host Amanda Bennett interviews a mom about topics ranging from awkwardly making mom friends, to chasing BIG dreams and finding purpose, to managing crippling anxiety and depression. You’ll hear stories from moms like you with the purpose to inspire, encourage, and entertain you.
We understand that motherhood can be lonely and make you doubt yourself. The Gotcha Mama Podcast exists to let you know that you are not alone as a busy mom of young kiddos, no matter what you’re dealing with.
The show is all about tearing down our insecurities as moms by honestly sharing our stories and a little of what we’ve learned along the way.
We believe it’s a whole lot better riding the rollercoaster of motherhood together!
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