Episode 66: Mom Guilt

Welcome to the Rooted Mind Podcast!

Episode #66: Mom Guilt

Your Host: Shelby


[0:40] Welcome and introduction of special guest, Hannah

[1:10] Life updates/Virus discussion

[10:40]  AD: US Wellness Meats

[12:09] Shelby: What does Mom Guilt mean to you?

[14:27] You can’t do it all

[18:13] Don’t put unreasonable expectations on yourself

[19:11] You’ve got to have a concrete system to measure your Mom Wins

[20:53] Shelby: Do you ever find yourself comparing yourself to other moms?

[21:41] Hannah: Am I doing something just to do it or am I doing something because it’s what works best for my kids?

[25:47] Is this what’s best for our family?

[27:15] Work with your natural gifts

[27:51] Don’t try to fit a “mom mold”

[28:00] Breaking the “perfect mom” thought cycle

[29:21] Being your own person while cultivating what your kids enjoy

[32:17] AD: Take Root Cafe

[33:43] Closing thoughts: Let go of the guilt and be constructive with your self-feedback



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Coleman Farms: Coleman Farms provides high-quality grass-fed beef for families. Our beef has no added hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. Cattle are rotationally grazed in a stress-free environment to provide the best variety of forage for our animals and leave the smallest environmental impact possible. Click here to shop.


Take Root Cafe:  Our mission is to alleviate hunger and promote health by offering nourishing, high quality, local food on a pay-what-you-can basis. We are changing the way people eat and interact with their food. Take Root is joining over 60 other cafes in the U.S. dedicated to ending hunger in our nation.

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