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Raising Wild

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A blog turned podcast about motherhood and raising kids with a wild imagination, a wild and deep love for others, and what it means to have a wild and brave soul. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

Latest Episodes

Episode 21: Moving Mountains + Making An Impact

In episode in 21, Brittany talks about the difficulty of mothering and addresses the questions "Am I making an impact? Does what I'm doing matter?" It's easy to be strayed away from the beautiful reality of what mothering is because we are stuck within the trenches most days. She encourages moms to keep pushing forward because we are in the season of moving mountains and some day we will look back and we will be in awe of all that we have moved. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

9 MINFEB 1
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Episode 21: Moving Mountains + Making An Impact

Episode 20: Breaking The Idealistic Image of Self Care

In episode 20, Brittany talks about motherhood being the next billion dollar industry and the way it is creating this idealistic image of what motherhood should look like. She talks about the need for self care, but within this world of manicured picture perfect motherhood in tiny little color coordinated squares, it can create this unattainable idea of what self care looks like. Brittany encourages mothers to see that self care is far more than the #selfcare that we see on instagram. She talks about changing the idealistic picture of self care and how we can start approaching it with what it truly is—a time of healing and care for ourselves in the midst of caring for others. Through this podcast she hopes that we can begin to change the conversation surrounding self care and help mothers heal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

5 MINJAN 8
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Episode 20: Breaking The Idealistic Image of Self Care

Episode 19: Terrible Twos + Terrific Threes—When does terrific kick in?

In episode 19, Brittany talks about the phrase "terrible twos and terrific threes" and jokes about when we can expect the terrific part to kick in. She talks about her experience with her oldest and the behavioral transition that he's going through from 2 to 3. Brittany breaks down why "terrible twos" happen, how we can help them through the transition, and she encourages parents to keep loving them through these difficult moments. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

11 MIN2018 DEC 29
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Episode 19: Terrible Twos + Terrific Threes—When does terrific kick in?

Episode 18: Learning To Be Whole: Divorce and Human Brokenness

In Episode 18, Brittany shares her experience with growing up in a broken home and how her parents divorce helped her see that the whole within her heart was so much more than circumstances--it was the inherent brokenness that has left us all longing to be healed. She discusses how we can find healing through our brokenness and some guidelines that can encourage us down a path of healthy marriage. She challenges listeners to let this be a year of healing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

18 MIN2018 DEC 14
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Episode 18: Learning To Be Whole: Divorce and Human Brokenness

Episode 16: Healing Power of Food (@holisticwifehappylife)

In episode 16, Brittany talks with Lena from @holisticwifehappylife about her story and how she experienced first hand the healing power of food for her family. Lena explains how that experience lead her to finding her purpose as a registered holistic nutritionist. Lena shares how food can be a powerful source of healing and how as a society we are used to putting bandaids over health issues instead of truly working towards finding the root cause. She encourages listeners that it is possible to change your health through small changes over time. We live in a society that makes us believe that healthy nourishing foods are only for the wealthy, but the truth is that you can make healthy nourishing meals on any budget. Lena shares six great tips on how to shop for good quality foods on a budget. Visit Lena at www.holisticwifehappylife.com or on instagram @holisticwifehappylife 521575 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

33 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Episode 16: Healing Power of Food (@holisticwifehappylife)

Episode 15: Finding Joy Through Loss (Katy Rose Prichard's Story)

In episode 15, Brittany interviews blogger, Katy Rose Prichard, about her recent miscarriage. Katy discusses the heartache of loss, but the deep gratitude she has for her body. Even though, this is Katy's second loss she remains hopeful and shares that her journey is not through. Brittany and Katy encourage listeners to hold onto hope within the midst of loss as Katy shares the story of her precious little rainbow baby, Rosie. It's hard to see beyond the darkness, but there is immense joy within hope. If you or someone you know has or is currently experiencing loss, we encourage you to share this message of hope and reach out. By sharing stories like Katy's, I believe that we create a safe space within the motherhood circle. If you have a story that you would like to share please reach out to raisingwildpodcast@gmail.com or on instagram @raisingwildpodcast Katy is the blogger behind www.katyroseprichard.com where she shares stories of motherhood and the curator behind her beautiful ...

23 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Episode 15: Finding Joy Through Loss (Katy Rose Prichard's Story)

Episode 14: Permission To Rest

In episode 14, Brittany shares the demanding desires to work on projects and how it lead to neglecting herself into sleep depravation. In a society that encourages us to have a "side hustle" we can get caught in a place that we feel as if we need permission to rest. Brittany encourages listeners to slow down and rest. When our bodies are sleep deprived it can manifest itself in many physical forms like vision loss and emotional forms like depression. By caring for ourselves we are able to care for our families. This episode is your permission to rest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

15 MIN2018 NOV 9
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Episode 14: Permission To Rest

Episode 13: The Seeking Joy Project

In episode 13, Brittany introduces the series "The Seeking Joy Project". The seeking joy project is meant to help realign and get back to the things that truly bring you joy. Brittany talks about how all of the titles that we carry can keep us from being who we truly are underneath all of it. She challenges listeners to build a list of things that bring them joy so that they can create their own seeking joy project. Over the next few weeks, Brittany will expand on her list and the different ways that she is seeking joy within those areas of her life. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

14 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Episode 13: The Seeking Joy Project

Episode 12: You Are Not "Just" Anything

In Episode 12, Brittany shares about her recent struggle with not feeling enough and how that feeling of not being enough can cause you to not be present with your family. Brittany talks about how we are not "just" moms and we need to take that word out of our vocabulary. She encourages moms to see the many layers of what they do and how it's a calling to raise good people. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

13 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Episode 12: You Are Not "Just" Anything

Episode 11: A Powerful Voice

In episode 11, Brittany shares how powerful our words can be. When we allow our no's to be maybes we open up areas to be hurt within our lives. Brittany shares how one recent situation in her live allowed her to use the strength of her voice to turn a maybe into a no. She talks about the power of finding her voice after years of only knowing what it meant to get emotionally bullied into saying maybe. By saying no we not only free up our calendars to do things that we actually are passionate about we empower our children by teaching them that their words are powerful and it's most definitely okay to say no. The one true safe guard that we can give our children is a powerful voice. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

15 MIN2018 OCT 6
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Episode 11: A Powerful Voice

Latest Episodes

Episode 21: Moving Mountains + Making An Impact

In episode in 21, Brittany talks about the difficulty of mothering and addresses the questions "Am I making an impact? Does what I'm doing matter?" It's easy to be strayed away from the beautiful reality of what mothering is because we are stuck within the trenches most days. She encourages moms to keep pushing forward because we are in the season of moving mountains and some day we will look back and we will be in awe of all that we have moved. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

9 MINFEB 1
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Episode 21: Moving Mountains + Making An Impact

Episode 20: Breaking The Idealistic Image of Self Care

In episode 20, Brittany talks about motherhood being the next billion dollar industry and the way it is creating this idealistic image of what motherhood should look like. She talks about the need for self care, but within this world of manicured picture perfect motherhood in tiny little color coordinated squares, it can create this unattainable idea of what self care looks like. Brittany encourages mothers to see that self care is far more than the #selfcare that we see on instagram. She talks about changing the idealistic picture of self care and how we can start approaching it with what it truly is—a time of healing and care for ourselves in the midst of caring for others. Through this podcast she hopes that we can begin to change the conversation surrounding self care and help mothers heal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

5 MINJAN 8
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Episode 20: Breaking The Idealistic Image of Self Care

Episode 19: Terrible Twos + Terrific Threes—When does terrific kick in?

In episode 19, Brittany talks about the phrase "terrible twos and terrific threes" and jokes about when we can expect the terrific part to kick in. She talks about her experience with her oldest and the behavioral transition that he's going through from 2 to 3. Brittany breaks down why "terrible twos" happen, how we can help them through the transition, and she encourages parents to keep loving them through these difficult moments. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

11 MIN2018 DEC 29
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Episode 19: Terrible Twos + Terrific Threes—When does terrific kick in?

Episode 18: Learning To Be Whole: Divorce and Human Brokenness

In Episode 18, Brittany shares her experience with growing up in a broken home and how her parents divorce helped her see that the whole within her heart was so much more than circumstances--it was the inherent brokenness that has left us all longing to be healed. She discusses how we can find healing through our brokenness and some guidelines that can encourage us down a path of healthy marriage. She challenges listeners to let this be a year of healing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

18 MIN2018 DEC 14
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Episode 18: Learning To Be Whole: Divorce and Human Brokenness

Episode 16: Healing Power of Food (@holisticwifehappylife)

In episode 16, Brittany talks with Lena from @holisticwifehappylife about her story and how she experienced first hand the healing power of food for her family. Lena explains how that experience lead her to finding her purpose as a registered holistic nutritionist. Lena shares how food can be a powerful source of healing and how as a society we are used to putting bandaids over health issues instead of truly working towards finding the root cause. She encourages listeners that it is possible to change your health through small changes over time. We live in a society that makes us believe that healthy nourishing foods are only for the wealthy, but the truth is that you can make healthy nourishing meals on any budget. Lena shares six great tips on how to shop for good quality foods on a budget. Visit Lena at www.holisticwifehappylife.com or on instagram @holisticwifehappylife 521575 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

33 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Episode 16: Healing Power of Food (@holisticwifehappylife)

Episode 15: Finding Joy Through Loss (Katy Rose Prichard's Story)

In episode 15, Brittany interviews blogger, Katy Rose Prichard, about her recent miscarriage. Katy discusses the heartache of loss, but the deep gratitude she has for her body. Even though, this is Katy's second loss she remains hopeful and shares that her journey is not through. Brittany and Katy encourage listeners to hold onto hope within the midst of loss as Katy shares the story of her precious little rainbow baby, Rosie. It's hard to see beyond the darkness, but there is immense joy within hope. If you or someone you know has or is currently experiencing loss, we encourage you to share this message of hope and reach out. By sharing stories like Katy's, I believe that we create a safe space within the motherhood circle. If you have a story that you would like to share please reach out to raisingwildpodcast@gmail.com or on instagram @raisingwildpodcast Katy is the blogger behind www.katyroseprichard.com where she shares stories of motherhood and the curator behind her beautiful ...

23 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Episode 15: Finding Joy Through Loss (Katy Rose Prichard's Story)

Episode 14: Permission To Rest

In episode 14, Brittany shares the demanding desires to work on projects and how it lead to neglecting herself into sleep depravation. In a society that encourages us to have a "side hustle" we can get caught in a place that we feel as if we need permission to rest. Brittany encourages listeners to slow down and rest. When our bodies are sleep deprived it can manifest itself in many physical forms like vision loss and emotional forms like depression. By caring for ourselves we are able to care for our families. This episode is your permission to rest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

15 MIN2018 NOV 9
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Episode 14: Permission To Rest

Episode 13: The Seeking Joy Project

In episode 13, Brittany introduces the series "The Seeking Joy Project". The seeking joy project is meant to help realign and get back to the things that truly bring you joy. Brittany talks about how all of the titles that we carry can keep us from being who we truly are underneath all of it. She challenges listeners to build a list of things that bring them joy so that they can create their own seeking joy project. Over the next few weeks, Brittany will expand on her list and the different ways that she is seeking joy within those areas of her life. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

14 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Episode 13: The Seeking Joy Project

Episode 12: You Are Not "Just" Anything

In Episode 12, Brittany shares about her recent struggle with not feeling enough and how that feeling of not being enough can cause you to not be present with your family. Brittany talks about how we are not "just" moms and we need to take that word out of our vocabulary. She encourages moms to see the many layers of what they do and how it's a calling to raise good people. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

13 MIN2018 OCT 19
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Episode 12: You Are Not "Just" Anything

Episode 11: A Powerful Voice

In episode 11, Brittany shares how powerful our words can be. When we allow our no's to be maybes we open up areas to be hurt within our lives. Brittany shares how one recent situation in her live allowed her to use the strength of her voice to turn a maybe into a no. She talks about the power of finding her voice after years of only knowing what it meant to get emotionally bullied into saying maybe. By saying no we not only free up our calendars to do things that we actually are passionate about we empower our children by teaching them that their words are powerful and it's most definitely okay to say no. The one true safe guard that we can give our children is a powerful voice. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raisingwildpodcast/support

15 MIN2018 OCT 6
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Episode 11: A Powerful Voice

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