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Our goal is to break down the walls that have formed between moms, families, and communities to begin to heal the rift that’s caused so many moms to feel alone and isolated in this great big, scary world of ours. This journey of motherhood is uncertain enough.If you find these podcasts valuable to you, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/momdeconstructed We would love to keep bringing relevant and valuable conversations to you.

Latest Episodes

Lisa Sugarman, Raising Perfectly Imperfectly Kids

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Lisa Sugarman. She writes the nationally syndicated humor column It Is What It Is and is the author of LIFE: It Is What It Is, Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free, and How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids—And Be Ok With It. Lisa is a regular contributor on GrownAndFlown, This Mama Wines, MommingHubb, More Content Now, Wickedlocal.com, and Care.com. Her work has also appeared in TIME Magazine’s TIME for Parents, on LittleThings, Mamalode, 50 Shades of Aging, and on PBS Kids. She’s the founder and moderator of The Vomit Booth, the popular Facebook parenting group where parents go to bond over the madness of parenthood. Lisa lives with her husband and two daughters just north of Boston in a tiny coastal town of twenty thousand people crammed onto a teensy peninsula. Lisa shares the importance of accepting that we will make mistakes as parents, tips for letting go of the judgement we all feel as parents, and taking a breath before reacting. MORE FROM LISA: Lisa’s Website | It Is What It Is: Lisa’s Nationally Syndicated humor column | LIFE: It Is What It Is, Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free by Lisa Sugarman (Book) | How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids—And Be Ok With It by Lisa Sugarman (Book) | Follow Lisa on Facebook | The Vomit Booth - Lisa’s Facebook Group | Follow Lisa on Instagram | Follow Lisa on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41 MIN3 days ago
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Lisa Sugarman, Raising Perfectly Imperfectly Kids

Sharing the Mental Load of Parenting

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode with Yvonne Marcus from last week. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 67. This week we will be starting with our highs and lows, then delving into tips that help us manage our home and family life, and sharing the mental load.MORE FROM YVONNE: Yvonne’s Website | Your Agile Home: Yvonne’s Course | Follow Yvonne on Facebook | Follow Yvonne on Instagram | Follow Yvonne on Pinterest | Follow Yvonne on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

31 MIN1 weeks ago
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Sharing the Mental Load of Parenting

Yvonne Marcus, Creating an Agile Home

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Yvonne Marcus. Yvonne Marcus is a home management expert who teaches tech savvy individuals how to integrate the Agile Framework into their home. After spending 10 years working in operations and project management for a television production company, Yvonne moved from Los Angeles to Asheville, NC with her family. She enjoys the occasional glass of red wine, gluten free caramel bars, and dancing. Yvonne shares how she was frustrated with having to do #allthethings and incorporating the Agile Framework into her home, making everyone accountable for family goals & projects.MORE FROM YVONNE: Yvonne’s Website | Your Agile Home: Yvonne’s Course | Follow Yvonne on Facebook | Follow Yvonne on Instagram | Follow Yvonne on Pinterest | Follow Yvonne on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

43 MIN2 weeks ago
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Yvonne Marcus, Creating an Agile Home

Silencing Our Own Negative Inner Monologue

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Alison Donaghey. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 65. This week we will chat about the damaging effects of negative self talk & how we silence it, and the importance (or unimportance) of putting labels on things. As usual, we share our highs & lows from the week. MORE FROM ALISON: Alison’s Website; Domino Thinking | Think Opposite: Using the Domino Effect to Change Your Business, Change the World by Alison Donaghey (Book) | Alison’s #MyPart Course - Use Code MOMWORTHY for 10% off | Follow Alison on Facebook | Follow Alison on Instagram | Follow Alison on Pinterest | Follow Alison on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

42 MIN3 weeks ago
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Silencing Our Own Negative Inner Monologue

Alison Donaghey, Knowing Your Self Worth

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Alison Donaghey. Alison reflects on what it was like to be a single mom at the age of 20, choosing to live in a freedom state rather than as a victim, and the importance of self worth.MORE FROM ALISON: Alison’s Website; Domino Thinking | Think Opposite: Using the Domino Effect to Change Your Business, Change the World by Alison Donaghey (Book) | Alison’s #MyPart Course - Use Code MOMWORTHY for 10% off | Follow Alison on Facebook | Follow Alison on Instagram | Follow Alison on Pinterest | Follow Alison on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 MINAUG 15
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Alison Donaghey, Knowing Your Self Worth

Taking the Angst Out of Family Eating

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Lily Nichols. If you haven't listened to it, go back and download Episode 63. It's chock full of real-life advice for incorporating real food into your family's diet. This week we will be talking about our highs/lows, our own angst with feeding our children, and what we've done to *try* to have a less stressful eating experience in our households.MORE FROM LILY: Lily’s Website | Real Food for Pregnancy by Lily Nichols (Book) | Real Food for Gestational Diabetesby Lily Nichols (Book) | Follow Lily on Facebook | Follow Lily on Instagram | Follow Lily on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

53 MINAUG 8
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Taking the Angst Out of Family Eating

Lily Nichols, Real Food for Pregnancy & Families

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Lily Nichols. Lily is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author with a passion for evidence-based prenatal nutrition. Her work is known for being research-focused, thorough, and unapologetically critical of outdated dietary guidelines. She is the author of two bestselling books, Real Food for Pregnancy and Real Food for Gestational Diabetes. Lily discusses the importance of unprocessed foods in family nutrition, tips for transitioning to a real food diet, and tips for picky eaters.MORE FROM LILY: Lily’s Website | Real Food for Pregnancy by Lily Nichols (Book) | Real Food for Gestational Diabetesby Lily Nichols (Book) | Follow Lily on Facebook | Follow Lily on Instagram | Follow Lily on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 MINAUG 1
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Lily Nichols, Real Food for Pregnancy & Families

Prioritizing Needs of Mothers

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode with Dayna Kurtz from last week. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 61. This week we are delving into our highs and lows, our frustrations with maternity leave in the US, and resources that we think you might find helpful as you navigate all stages of motherhood.MORE FROM DAYNA | Dayna’s Website| Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom by Dayna Kurtz (Book)| The Total Body Cure for Women by Dayna Kurtz (Book)| The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies (Book)| Follow Dayna on Facebook| Follow Dayna on Instagram| Follow Dayna on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 MINJUL 25
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Prioritizing Needs of Mothers

Dayna Kurtz, Mothercare is as Essential as Childcare

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Dayna Kurtz. Dayna is a psychotherapist in private practice and serves as Director of the Anna Keefe Women's Center in Manhattan. She earned her Masters in Social Work from Columbia University and completed postgraduate studies in psychodynamic psychotherapy at The Training Institute for Mental Health. With a particular interest in the intersection between emotional and physical health, she also hold a personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, with an additional certification in training pre and postnatal clients. She is the author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom and The Total Body Cure for Women and is a contributor to The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies. Listen to Dayna as she shares the importance of mothercare, approaching differences in “mommy wars” with curiosity rather than judgement, and learning to check in with our intern...

46 MINJUL 18
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Dayna Kurtz, Mothercare is as Essential as Childcare

Reframing Our Mothering Failures

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week on the Mom Deconstructed podcast, we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Cathryn Monroe. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 59 to hear about self reflection, her inner journey to becoming a more confident mom and tips from her book, Spilt Milk Yoga. Today, we're sharing our highs and lows, being consistent-ish, letting go of the past and our own self-reflections on motherhood.MORE FROM CATHRYN. | Cathryn’s Website | Cathryn’s Book: Spilt Milk Yoga | Cathryn’s Facebook Group: Spilt Milk Yoga | Follow Cathryn on Facebook | Follow Cathryn on InstagramLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

42 MINJUL 11
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Reframing Our Mothering Failures

Latest Episodes

Lisa Sugarman, Raising Perfectly Imperfectly Kids

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Lisa Sugarman. She writes the nationally syndicated humor column It Is What It Is and is the author of LIFE: It Is What It Is, Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free, and How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids—And Be Ok With It. Lisa is a regular contributor on GrownAndFlown, This Mama Wines, MommingHubb, More Content Now, Wickedlocal.com, and Care.com. Her work has also appeared in TIME Magazine’s TIME for Parents, on LittleThings, Mamalode, 50 Shades of Aging, and on PBS Kids. She’s the founder and moderator of The Vomit Booth, the popular Facebook parenting group where parents go to bond over the madness of parenthood. Lisa lives with her husband and two daughters just north of Boston in a tiny coastal town of twenty thousand people crammed onto a teensy peninsula. Lisa shares the importance of accepting that we will make mistakes as parents, tips for letting go of the judgement we all feel as parents, and taking a breath before reacting. MORE FROM LISA: Lisa’s Website | It Is What It Is: Lisa’s Nationally Syndicated humor column | LIFE: It Is What It Is, Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free by Lisa Sugarman (Book) | How To Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids—And Be Ok With It by Lisa Sugarman (Book) | Follow Lisa on Facebook | The Vomit Booth - Lisa’s Facebook Group | Follow Lisa on Instagram | Follow Lisa on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41 MIN3 days ago
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Lisa Sugarman, Raising Perfectly Imperfectly Kids

Sharing the Mental Load of Parenting

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode with Yvonne Marcus from last week. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 67. This week we will be starting with our highs and lows, then delving into tips that help us manage our home and family life, and sharing the mental load.MORE FROM YVONNE: Yvonne’s Website | Your Agile Home: Yvonne’s Course | Follow Yvonne on Facebook | Follow Yvonne on Instagram | Follow Yvonne on Pinterest | Follow Yvonne on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

31 MIN1 weeks ago
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Sharing the Mental Load of Parenting

Yvonne Marcus, Creating an Agile Home

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Yvonne Marcus. Yvonne Marcus is a home management expert who teaches tech savvy individuals how to integrate the Agile Framework into their home. After spending 10 years working in operations and project management for a television production company, Yvonne moved from Los Angeles to Asheville, NC with her family. She enjoys the occasional glass of red wine, gluten free caramel bars, and dancing. Yvonne shares how she was frustrated with having to do #allthethings and incorporating the Agile Framework into her home, making everyone accountable for family goals & projects.MORE FROM YVONNE: Yvonne’s Website | Your Agile Home: Yvonne’s Course | Follow Yvonne on Facebook | Follow Yvonne on Instagram | Follow Yvonne on Pinterest | Follow Yvonne on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

43 MIN2 weeks ago
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Yvonne Marcus, Creating an Agile Home

Silencing Our Own Negative Inner Monologue

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Alison Donaghey. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 65. This week we will chat about the damaging effects of negative self talk & how we silence it, and the importance (or unimportance) of putting labels on things. As usual, we share our highs & lows from the week. MORE FROM ALISON: Alison’s Website; Domino Thinking | Think Opposite: Using the Domino Effect to Change Your Business, Change the World by Alison Donaghey (Book) | Alison’s #MyPart Course - Use Code MOMWORTHY for 10% off | Follow Alison on Facebook | Follow Alison on Instagram | Follow Alison on Pinterest | Follow Alison on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

42 MIN3 weeks ago
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Silencing Our Own Negative Inner Monologue

Alison Donaghey, Knowing Your Self Worth

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Alison Donaghey. Alison reflects on what it was like to be a single mom at the age of 20, choosing to live in a freedom state rather than as a victim, and the importance of self worth.MORE FROM ALISON: Alison’s Website; Domino Thinking | Think Opposite: Using the Domino Effect to Change Your Business, Change the World by Alison Donaghey (Book) | Alison’s #MyPart Course - Use Code MOMWORTHY for 10% off | Follow Alison on Facebook | Follow Alison on Instagram | Follow Alison on Pinterest | Follow Alison on Twitter |Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 MINAUG 15
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Alison Donaghey, Knowing Your Self Worth

Taking the Angst Out of Family Eating

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Lily Nichols. If you haven't listened to it, go back and download Episode 63. It's chock full of real-life advice for incorporating real food into your family's diet. This week we will be talking about our highs/lows, our own angst with feeding our children, and what we've done to *try* to have a less stressful eating experience in our households.MORE FROM LILY: Lily’s Website | Real Food for Pregnancy by Lily Nichols (Book) | Real Food for Gestational Diabetesby Lily Nichols (Book) | Follow Lily on Facebook | Follow Lily on Instagram | Follow Lily on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

53 MINAUG 8
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Taking the Angst Out of Family Eating

Lily Nichols, Real Food for Pregnancy & Families

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Lily Nichols. Lily is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author with a passion for evidence-based prenatal nutrition. Her work is known for being research-focused, thorough, and unapologetically critical of outdated dietary guidelines. She is the author of two bestselling books, Real Food for Pregnancy and Real Food for Gestational Diabetes. Lily discusses the importance of unprocessed foods in family nutrition, tips for transitioning to a real food diet, and tips for picky eaters.MORE FROM LILY: Lily’s Website | Real Food for Pregnancy by Lily Nichols (Book) | Real Food for Gestational Diabetesby Lily Nichols (Book) | Follow Lily on Facebook | Follow Lily on Instagram | Follow Lily on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 MINAUG 1
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Lily Nichols, Real Food for Pregnancy & Families

Prioritizing Needs of Mothers

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are deconstructing our episode with Dayna Kurtz from last week. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 61. This week we are delving into our highs and lows, our frustrations with maternity leave in the US, and resources that we think you might find helpful as you navigate all stages of motherhood.MORE FROM DAYNA | Dayna’s Website| Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom by Dayna Kurtz (Book)| The Total Body Cure for Women by Dayna Kurtz (Book)| The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies (Book)| Follow Dayna on Facebook| Follow Dayna on Instagram| Follow Dayna on TwitterLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 MINJUL 25
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Prioritizing Needs of Mothers

Dayna Kurtz, Mothercare is as Essential as Childcare

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week we are talking with Dayna Kurtz. Dayna is a psychotherapist in private practice and serves as Director of the Anna Keefe Women's Center in Manhattan. She earned her Masters in Social Work from Columbia University and completed postgraduate studies in psychodynamic psychotherapy at The Training Institute for Mental Health. With a particular interest in the intersection between emotional and physical health, she also hold a personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, with an additional certification in training pre and postnatal clients. She is the author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom and The Total Body Cure for Women and is a contributor to The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies. Listen to Dayna as she shares the importance of mothercare, approaching differences in “mommy wars” with curiosity rather than judgement, and learning to check in with our intern...

46 MINJUL 18
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Dayna Kurtz, Mothercare is as Essential as Childcare

Reframing Our Mothering Failures

For our full show notes: Visit our Episode WebpageThis week on the Mom Deconstructed podcast, we are deconstructing our episode from last week with Cathryn Monroe. If you haven't listened, go back and download Episode 59 to hear about self reflection, her inner journey to becoming a more confident mom and tips from her book, Spilt Milk Yoga. Today, we're sharing our highs and lows, being consistent-ish, letting go of the past and our own self-reflections on motherhood.MORE FROM CATHRYN. | Cathryn’s Website | Cathryn’s Book: Spilt Milk Yoga | Cathryn’s Facebook Group: Spilt Milk Yoga | Follow Cathryn on Facebook | Follow Cathryn on InstagramLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

42 MINJUL 11
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Reframing Our Mothering Failures

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