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Fresh update on "mom" discussed on Wake Up Call
"News room Then people have been shot and killed in a mass shooting in Indianapolis. Police say the shooter killed himself. It happened at a FedEx center last night. Several other people were injured in that shooting. At least four of them are in the hospital. Then we have body cam video that's been released in a fatal police shooting of a teenage boy in Chicago. That shooting happened last month in the video appears to show 13 year old Adam to Lehto. Putting his hands up before an officer fires a shot. Police officers were chasing to Lehto and another person in connection with a shots fired call News is brought to you by son Lux Energy. All right, Right now, let's say good morning to a B. C's Alex Stone. There is a lot of heavy news this morning, Alex, and you've got another one of these stories, this one, the former Brooklyn Center Police officer, Kim Potter made her first court appearance. In Minnesota. Walk us back through because a lot of people honestly this is the saddest state I've seen in a while in our society. People might be saying Wait, which what Which shooting was Kim Potter involved in Yeah. Good morning, Jen. This is the one on Sunday here in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, where she was part of a traffic stop and allegedly accidentally pulled out her gun instead of her Taser and Shot and killed 20 year old Dante, right, as he was resisting and trying to get back into his car and police and prosecutors. They say it was a mistake and nothing more than that. She is now facing single count of Second Green Man Slaughter in court yesterday initial appearance via Zoom she was wearing a flannel shirt she was in her defense attorney's office said Very little only yes. When the judge asked if she could hear him otherwise went 45 minutes, Judge said May 17th as the next court date, but All of this unfolding is we're hearing from Dante writes Mom now and she says no matter what the charge would be, there will never be justice because their son is dead. Here's what they said, is never going to be justice for us, the justice would bring our son home to us. Knocking on the door with his big smile coming in the house, and they say, even though there will never be justice, and they want accountability, and the family believes that second degree manslaughter is too light. They believe it should be second or third degree murder. This is Dante's and my brother. My sister need this woman to be convicted. If we can have life, we want life. We gotta go life without him. We gotta go life, Whatever you Jenna's. A court hearing was unfolding. Our teams were in the room with the right. Sam Lee is they were sitting. They were watching it on an iPad sitting around the table. They look stoic that they were silent and just staring at that. IPad. Aubrey, right. Dante's father had his arm around his wife, Katie, Dante's mom. Did they believe the shooting was not an accident. They believe it was intentional and deliberate, something that the police and prosecutors are not alleging. But we asked Aubrey's mom are Dante's mom after the court hearing. What was it like seeing that police officer for the first time who shot and killed your son, allegedly by mistake? And she said it was really tough hurt really bad. Um, e? Yep. Hatred, anger, sadness. There's.
Empowered Women Empower Women With Special Guest Hollie Race
"Guys we would love to introduce you to our very special guest please. Welcome holly race. He is a brand and content manager for a very well known fashion brand high. Holy thank you so much for coming on with so excited to talk to you are indeed. I'm really excited to be here. Very honored sir very much. You want to tell us a little bit about you your career where you're at. Obviously you've got your instagram. While which is pretty successful yet. So am i guess if we work in the fashion industry while the creative fashion industry full i guess since i was around twenty five did take me a long time to kind of find fee and get to our want it to be really and there was a lot of kind of channels inside hostile in and i guess blocking my way today but i've always been super creative and and you know i'm a big believer of like manifestation and i know it saw we love like i just always knew that i wanted to kind of ruined for shoes and beat up pissed. And that's kinda making it all happen and that was made while i just didn't know how it was going to get that but it's like i wouldn't settle for anything else. Everything's falling you know my mom would send your holy like it's just not going to happen and you can have to find like a proper job and i'm like no i just kind of like yeah knocked on doors and just continue to push through with. It really haven't had the traditional route. I think it's made me really grateful for the experiences that odds. And and kinda giving me the determination to push forward with guess future goals to kind of know that i have put my mind to something i can do it absolutely. I love that. I think a lot of people think about the fashion industry that it's it's like it's competitive but it's hard to get into the end of the day the so many fashion browns catering to everyone. It's a huge industry has always
Nolan Mast on Roadmaster Active Suspension
"Today. We have no mass from roadmaster. Active suspension known tells us about the history of roadmaster active suspension. And how it was an idea that was originally created while the owners were driving on the rough roads of south africa. The system is designed to add strength and stability to your vehicle at all times towing or not without needing to make any adjustments after the initial install which by the way is very easy and a good project for any diy. Her nolan also talks about how the system has changed throughout the years and how they are keeping an eye on the automotive industry for changes. So before i tell you the whole story. Let's get nolan on here and get this episode started. I nolan welcome to the show. Can you start by telling us a little bit about yourself. And your role at roadmaster active suspension. I'm currently the lead marketing at roadmaster actress suspension and been with the company for for about ten years originally from a small town in northeastern ohio. And my dad was a was a farmer that kind of led me into the direction of going to automative and looking focusing on sports and that kind of thing so but what about union. College up in northeast. Ohio with a with a major sports business intern with a few minor league and major league teams ended up down in north carolina interviewed with roadmaster active suspension primarily. Because kind of automotive industry would almost a call cousins with the sports and outdoors type industry so if there was the company the owners of the company klabin injure chevy's great people and really working for a company with great people at the top of my list when i was interviewing with several different companies. They hired me on in two thousand ten. June of two thousand and ten being account management position in the account management position really we focusing on working with the dealers over the eight years that was in the account management position. A really got to talk to and kind of learned from the dealers and primarily their mom and pop
Guy Fieri Helps Raise $25 Million for Restaurant Workers in Need
"Now he is Restaurant Employees Relief fund. Fund has raised almost $25 million to help out restaurant workers who may be struggling because of Corona virus. More than 43,000 workers were approved for $500 grants to the relief fund. Many saying that they would use the grants for living expenses. Vieri told CBS You know so many people work in the restaurant industry and multiple jobs. Second job. Single moms, single parents, students, retirees and the restaurant industry is Massively important to our communities when I saw this coming, I said We've got to do something to get some money to these folks. And so he's been doing all kinds of fundraisers and putting in some of his own money to Make sure that we can all get back to flavor town. You know,
Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)
"Mother's day is just around the corner friendly. Psa it's on. Sunday may ninth and besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important women in your life it is also a day when we as consumers spent a lot of money in this episode. Laura and i share our favorite. Apple's echo product fines and give you creative ideas for waste free and planet. Friendly mother's day gives aura. Hey how's it going good ed. I'm excited to do another of our favorite kind of episode serious right our eco-friendly peaks in products. And right now. We are in april and the where lesin a month away from the second biggest holiday of the year. i guess after christmas of course It's mother's day and yeah just wanted to share you guys know me a whenever we talk about this high spending holidays. I love to share with you. Some data numbers and are on average. According to national regional duration. People up lending spent two hundred and five dollars. Mondays ski gifts and celebrations. So that's that's not a little for a of the us and so there's going to be a lot of spending and is a reminder. Every dollar he spent is a vote for the kind of world. You want to leave it. So let's get into alfred products curated by laura. Yeah and i feel like mother's day. I mean it's just totally depending on your family like how much you celebrate it growing up. I think we we did more for my mom what i was like at home. But i'm excited to you know. I always love to send flowers that are from eco-friendly brands. We talk about that a little bit. But we're also gonna talk about like some ruffy physical stuff. So yeah you want to get a start at liza. Yeah starting without favorite pedagogy. You guys are ready. It's kitchen so yeah one of the things that i have been really experimenting with this year is trying to defend olive oils You know we're cooking oil especially extra virgin olive. Oil is extremely extremely healthy. You can actually cook with it pretty much anything unless you like deep frying their this kind of a myth that you know obviously you. You should not be using it. It's very high temperatures but actually most of the day to day cooking. You're not using this Extremely high temperatures at you cannot use olive oil and again oil extroversion. Wine is one of the most Healthy olive oil auctions. You can
Overcoming Anxiety and Mental Health Disorders
"Roseanne so so honored to have you in the house and thanks so much for coming on if you could excited to be here and i love talking about why people have mental health issues and in this surprising reasons. They could be struggling as well as all of the ways that they can have hope and take action in a different way that they've been doing so that they can reduce reverse mental health symptoms rates. So we don't talk about that enough in there so many proven ways and that's really my mission to really bring hope to people So that they can be focused not moody and feel good about themselves. 'cause people are struggling. Yeah well. I just love how you are trailblazer in that field. Because i think myself as a byproduct of like years and years and years of therapies your sorry lived to tell about it but also spearheaded me into this holistic realm as well and just seeing some of the missing links. But let's hear a little bit about how you got into this. Because i know you've been doing it for quite some time. Yeah this is my thirtieth year in mental health lawrence. So and so what happened to me. Is that literally. This is my call right so i was guided to do this work. Whatever your spiritual system is. But i truly was guided from above and so my story is when i was five years old. I have an unbelievable memory. And i can remember things almost like watching and so when i tell the story i run a movie real and so is about five and my mom's friend. Angela asked me when i was going to be when i was older. Of course in italian she asked me. And i said a psychiatrist and it just came out of my now. I had no understanding of what a psychiatrist or exposure to psychiatrist. And then over time i realize psychiatrist essentially or pill pushers and i change at being a therapist and that really just what i wanted to do. I knew that. I was really good at talking to people in guiding them to feel better whatever they were struggling with. and so. that's that's my story of how i got involved.
"So growing up in the black church. It always felt like home. Always commute with a smile with with a hug with the kiss was love. Everyone knew we spent all day and service. I mean literally we were. We were the charges that would go and start at like eleven and then in three and then have a break and go to church chicken and then come back at five or six and stay all night until it was like okay. We have to go to school tomorrow. Can we please go home. And my dad being a pastor and my mom being bring really involved in the ministry it was family. It wasn't perfect. You know it was messy at times. It was in a drama it was. You didn't really have to stand up and tell all your business by you sentiment testimony time right but it did feel like home. I would always tell people you know when they asked. When i was really young wannabe and i would always tell them. I wanna be a pastor. I want to be a preacher in a like my my father all really new so in twenty fourteen married and we had moved into a community called fairfield alabama. Just right outside of birmingham and we really felt called to invest in the community that was majority black. A my wife had worked at a group home in that community. We had friends that were still house parents at that group home. I was working at that time. In city government also ministry. And so we're like. Hey how can we. How can we invest in and really give back. The church we were at the church. Plant was a majority white church. We were the first one of the first african-american families that were really a part of that church. We felt call to invest. We knew people. And so we're part of this church community that we feel really connected to and were part of a actual community And fairfield that were really connecting with until we find ourselves living in those two worlds and some ways really trying to bridge them together and then michael brown gets
Why Is It so Difficult To Ask For 'Big Help'?
"This topic wanna talk about this week. Asking for big help came as many things do from our facebook group. Facebook dot com slash groups slash. What fresh cast. Julie is one of our listeners. She asked when have you asked for big help lately. And what's the breaking point. I'd never heard this term. Big help before. I think she was making it up but i loved it. Because it's one of these things like we know what it is when we see it. Well what do you think it is. What is big helped me to you. Amy big help is. Can you fly across the country to help me right now because my spouse is in the hospital and my kid just broke his leg. Big help is Can you know me considerable amount of money right like big help. It's two o'clock in the morning. can you come to. My baby has a fever and can use it with the toddler. Yeah pick up a prescription on the way over. Yeah like shortlist. Big ask and i want to pick apart why. This is hard for us. Because everybody i think at some point if you're a parent is going to be on the asking side of big help. And on the receiving side of that ask and being on the receiving side kind of feels. Good most of the time and so. I don't know why we get so wrapped up on is this big enough. Is my need big enough. That i can ask that. It's much more painful to be the asker than i think it should be. And i think there are reasons for that. But i'm curious about that because having been on the receiving side of that two. Am call. you are happy to help you. Happy to be of help. So let's talk about. Why asking is hard. There's a book called may asking for help in times of need nora bouchard wrote that book and she suggests i like these couple of ideas that asking for help requires surrendering control. I think it means that this problem is bigger than i can handle. This is more than i could do. Right moms are supposed to be able to handle it. All juggle everything at once. Nope this is more than i can handle being perceived as needy yes. I don't know if that's what's holding me from like you know pressing call on my phone. Okay it's pride. Yeah there's a huge amount of pride that goes into it. I've got this is a big part of our
All About Birth Hypnosis
"Mentioned. The words labor and delivery too many women and thoughts of excruciating pain and prolonged agony harsher to surface more and more women everywhere are searching for alternative ways to relieve labor pain techniques such as bradley method in the mas two forms of natural childbirth are popular with expected moms but many say that once the pain of contractions start the techniques. Go out the window. One technique that is gaining popularity with women and members of the medical community is hypno- thing. Hypno- birthing combines hypnosis with comprehensive topper education relaxation imagery exercises and positive affirmations to believe the pain associated with labor and delivery michelle smith of saint cloud a certified hypnotist thing practitioner in to la or birth assistant acknowledges that there are similarities between the different methods of natural childbirth. But says the use of hypnosis makes hypno- birthing a more effective pain reducing technique. It's like getting a very powerful extra tool to release fear and to create deeper more profound relaxation. Smith's that the hypno- birthing program was developed in nineteen eighty nine by clinical hypnotherapist. Marie mongan and it is based on the work of an english. Obstetrician dr grant. Dick read considered by many to be the father of modern natural childbirth. Dick read believes that pain in in childbirth was brought upon by what he called the fear tension paint syndrome when a woman is afraid she gets tense which brings resistance and pain.
Coming out as Trans in Later Life
"You're not going to from class. She's from sorry didn't come out as trans until her mid forties when she had to tell both wife and her teenage daughter please be this interview may be triggering as it does mention transphobia and sexual abuse i may transgender woman and i think a identifies pan sexual minority lesbian of only had relationships with women and I think growing up experimented and realize the men own for me so of gum. From wherever through. I was penn sexual. Being lesbian son of to flood fell different urges at different times spies relationships. Who've been with them in ado class myself as a transit espionage. If that's a category what's it can have found but it sounds like it has been quite quite long journey in a way. Let's try and get back to the beginning showy. When can you remember sort of questioning your general thinking about gender as j. Yeah i think for me it was probably about eleven or twelve was quite femininos. Boy who is playing with the girls school and I started dressing probably about it. That i eleven twelve generally home when occurred and experimenting obviously not having any understanding really of what was going on. So you say dressing. I mean who's close we's of a mining mom's toits and stuff always still the seventies and no computers nog. My won't violence and not really having anyone's
Is Marriage the Be All End All?
"All marriage. Is this elusive idea where people think that once you get married your story is complete and happiness is guaranteed for you feel like there's some kind of safety net that's guaranteed. My mom always says that too. If you're not married how can you ensure that your partner doesn't stray people stray all the time or just to. It's insane that people think that just because you get that certificate your relationship a solid and it's not so alice will prove you'll see in her interview. That marriage is not the end. All be all for her and it may not be then hopi all for a lot of people. I definitely was actually at dinner with some friends of this last night. This cave off like reiterated. I totally agree that this is not. You know the safety net that we all think it is but one thing that i
Episode 208 Demons 2 - burst 25
"But it says the scene where hannah has a baby was not a part of the original script. Originally hannah's baby would become a demon inside her and claw. Its way out. Well yeah that's what we wanted. We expected this. Yes exactly but the scene was taken out when lamberto bava and your gento decided. They wanted a happier ending for once. I don't know and we wanted it. We paid for this. Yeah the last seven minutes of the film. I'll i'm thinking of is wins. Baby gonna turn wins his gonna turn come on yes come on and it didn't give it to us want to see that thing flying somebody attacking also that kid came out like a slick. His mom's vagina was like a car. Wash there's not a speck of anything on it.
Transitioning From Crib to Bed
"So that's my first hot tip. I know the canopy beds are really cute. But don't do it and another hot tip would be to leave them in their crib as long as possible. I have a friend whose son is over three years old and he's still in his crib and i'm so jealous because i don't know it's just it seems easier because the transition is a little bit difficult but to be honest i was expecting it to be a lot worse. And that's not to say that it can be a lot worse for other people but just for is so far. It's been pretty. Good and milo has a justed really well But yeah people always say wait as long as you can and keep them in the crab. But i understand as parents. It's like you know this milestone where they go from a crib with is where they slept since they were a baby and now they're getting older and they're gonna have their big boy bed and you can redo their room and it's just kind of like an exciting time so i understand why people are excited to do it But yeah so. The day that we transitioned him. I set up as much of the bed. As i could during the day took me forever So focused because i suck at putting together. I keep furniture. So i did what i could and then when i was going to pick up my low at daycare my husband got home early and so he finished it I had already washed all his bedding and pillows that we got. We decided to do a dinosaur theme. Because he's really into dinosaurs right now so kia like i got all the betting at kia super cute dinosaur patterns super cute dinosaur stuffed animals and what we did was. We left the crib in his bedroom. It's still in there now. Actually because we thought just in case it didn't work or he wanted to sleep in the crib. It was still
Comfort Zones & Skydiving!
"Think you're right. I think curiosity is one of the keys as to how mankind has progressed that edge in us to be curious to learn more to want to master. Something is happy. People excel and have made giant breakthroughs in whatever realm it is they working and then usually comes the fun factor because the moment we curious than oh so. Let me figure this out. Let me have look at this. And then it is more fun especially when somebody tells me a days. You should try for example. Something really funny happened to me. I receive a phone call the other night and someone tells me daisy. Keep that that date open. Because i have a surprise for you. I said oh really. Will you tell me and says no. I'm not surprised anymore. But my curiosity is really. It's so big that so. I'm sitting here since evenings now. And i'm thinking okay so what's going to happen on that day. What will be surprised. So i'm thinking about i'm thinking about it. Then i told the man. I said i was so sweet. Thank you so much. I just wanted to give you two things that i will not do. I'm not going to jump out of plane and i'm not going into the ocean here in this hemisphere before may just to be clear. He was laughing and he said no. It's not wet and it's not high. I was relaxed more but nevertheless so you see the comfort zone. So where does it start. And where does it end. And how far do we go. Because i know people. They went skydiving. I know even people who do it really frequently. Because that's their hobby and they do that on the weekends and they cannot possibly understand why i would never be curious enough to try it. Yeah i think it's a really great point. I know that scott diving something that absolutely terrifies me but in the same realm my mom has she is so cool. She had no fear a better ol- she's noisier of hot whatsoever and she loved it. I think that's instinctively. Some of us have certain fees about things and that will hold us in a comfort zone. Right yes i think. It is very personal and subjective. So i have the right to not try skydiving. That's it that was my plan when you came to australia. Dicey was to take you skydives shortly. Not
How Health Coach Massy Arias Found Her Real Strength
"Have been on a mission to get mossy addie personal trainer health coach instrument fina on on latino latina since we launched we have hit a few bumps in the road is actually the third time with connected. Once musi got pulled away to be a mom another time she was at a photo shoot the acoustics in work and through it all. I learned that mosse is exactly who she says. She is. disciplined driven committed relentlessly an enthusiastic. She's also really savvy about her business building and for the first time mossy opens up about her divorce ignoring naysayers and building the life. She's dreamed up most of the time. When i hear your story it starts with you coming to the states from the dr. you're thirteen. I want to know what your life was like before that when you lived in the dominican republic well. My life was pretty simple. I come from very humble backgrounds very humble beginnings and i lived with my mom and my stepdad. My parents were divorced but it was pretty simple. I had awesome childhood than my family decided. We needed a better life. Was that transition to the states. Smooth what he remember about it no. The transition was in smooth at all. When my parents made the decision of bringing to the states. I was a sophomore in high school so as a teenager. Obviously i don't want to leave my friends. My family my culture. I had to pretty much transition into an environment into a new culture and even though i was excited to come to the states it was very rough.
A conversation on healing justice with Grisanti Avendao
"To welcome through something of in daniel a social justice organizer and activist from fresno california. Welcome greece something. Hide think with me. It's a pleasure. How about if we start if you tell us a little bit about who you are and where you came from for our international audience great. Yeah definitely do that. So my story really begins in The obno- in oaxaca called escalate lama. So that is where my people are from. Where my ancestors from and so we actually migrated to the united states. When i was five my sister was seven and we were traveling to the united states to really come reunify with my mom who had run from oaxaca because of like domestic violence and when she arrived here actually that domestic violence followed her and so two years later. She requested that that we also come so. That's kind of how we arrived here in france nine. I've been here. I ever since my my journey to social justice was really at a personal level so Back in twenty twelve. We we were really fighting to to save the deportation of a lot of our neighbors. So during that time there was a lot of ice rates that were happening Particularly in my neighborhood which is what was at that time south. No and there's just like every time there was just like a lot of ice rates so if someone went to go pick up a peak so or go get brad sometime next thing you know. They would call us and they would tell us. Hey i've been detained and deported So that was kind of like my upbringing
How to Generate Loyal and Committed Clients with Cristy Nickel
"The working with christy nikko. Christie is the president and ceo of code rid author of the code revolution number. Two will ranked boxes. Currently retired and celebrity tristesse a warning from china in elite level. Athletes is also the author of four books. I'm really excited to have her on the show. She's an evid makita salesperson and has got a kick ass business which we're gonna talk about today's episode. Welcome to the show. Kristy yes and the mohawk. Let's not forget the mohawk. Oh my god. I got a different color for change it constantly. My poor husband walks around the corner. He goes and he goes. Oh as you. And i'm like why do you think it's red now. So yes thank you for that awesome introduction. Only some some background on you. What do you do. Who do you help. And how'd you get into the space. The elevator pitch is. I created a nutrition program that enables people to lose ten percent of their body weight every month without shakes pills diet foods or exercise. So that's kind of the some of the code red lifestyle but it kind of started back when i was. I was raised in northern idaho which is in the pacific northwest and i was raised very poor. My dad was a cop and our local minister was a very small town and my mom worked for minimum wage and we just had no money but we raised on a farm and so we were very poor growing up and when it was time for me to move out of the house and go to college. Nobody in my family helped me. That was zero help. I was working. I bought my first horse at ten years old making monthly payments to my neighbor to buy this horse so i started waiting tables and i was just waiting tables and bartending trying to put myself through nursing school and i was approached by a boxing coach after he watched me in in a local boxing class. And he said how long you been. Boxing and i said forty four minutes. And he said you have a propensity for this. And i was like pow whatever and he goes. Do you wanna fight. And i thought fight. Are you kidding me like real fight. I've never even been in a fight. Never been hit. He said you could earn money. Well that's all. I needed to hear because i was so poor so i literally started fighting for my dinner. I started fighting for five hundred bucks a five. This legit federally licensed sanctioned boxing matches you know six ounce gloves Twelve rounds three minute rounds and little. Did i know. I was really good at boxing
Moms of TikTok
"Only nece loss of identity imposter syndrome lack of career stability for this story before having guys over and over and over again every time we talked to women and mothers who turned to social media. And that's but jane did. A friend of hers was like hey. I think he might get a kick out of tiktok so she downloaded and learned some of the dances that the kids doing these days and eventually she found mom talk one. This is who. Is this ella. And kate kind of stumbled up behind the whole mom niche content. Which was a lot of skits. If toddlers gray graph tiktok dances of funny moments between moms and kids. Alex three mommy. Mommy i felt like here are the users that are like me. I think it was october where i went from like eighty thousand followers to like two hundred fifty thousand followers because of one viral video mine. Yeah you're not mommy. Do we still have some raw. My husband was right next to me like peacefully eating his dinner so i just looked at him. Like you're right here. Why don't they say daddy you know and my husband just kind of showed like oh that would be a good tiktok so i flipped my flown open To the app and i started recording. And what can you do. We wanna taste. then he notices. My phone is on tiktok and then he says doing the talk. And then i kind of break my poker face and start cracking up
Hormone Help And Weight Loss Wins With Dr. Mariza Snyder
"I'm here with the amazing dr marissa. She is a functional practitioner. A women's health expert and the author of seven books the number one national bestselling book the essential oils hormones solution the smart mom's guide to essential oils and the dash diet. Cookbook dr says upcoming book the essential oils. Menopause solution focuses on women in peri menopause and menopause. She's been featured on. Dr oz oprah magazine foxnewshealth mind body green and more. Dr maria also hosts the top rated. Essentially you podcast designed to empower women to become the ceo of their health. Which by the memories. That since i've read that line become the ceo of your health. Ivan stealing that i've been using everywhere because it's brilliant and i love it and it's just what we are all about here on the show so thanks for being here with us today and thanks for all the amazing work you do. You have such a girl crush on you. You're just amazing. Thank you and i mean. I think every woman i've ever met is the ceo of so many roles is just like it's the thing we get to reclaim to our health. 'cause we run the show everywhere exactly exactly. We juggle ally and yet sometimes. The last thing that we choose to put on our plates is our own health when really it should be the first thing because it allows us to keep juggling right. Do the other things. Absolutely exactly so marissa. Tell me about your defining moment that led you to your passion and women's health Women's hormone health specifically by. I think we just just just talking about that. Like how we put our health on the back burner and then to do all the other things and take care of all the people and that's pretty much what happened you know. I spent a big chunk of my life being a stressful hollick and it had a lot to do with with worthiness or lack thereof. I always thought that my worthiness as a woman was tied to my productivity and that came from a lot of trauma. When i was a child. And so i blew past my twenties. Like a freight train
"mom" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
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Lindsey <Speech_Female> here's your food heated <Speech_Female> up. <Speech_Female> Because <Speech_Female> i'm only doing it <Speech_Female> for a season. <Speech_Female> I'm only doing it <Speech_Female> during this cutting season. <Speech_Female> But <Speech_Female> it's a way <Speech_Female> for me to outsource <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> rate because <Speech_Female> i have determined. <Speech_Female> I know myself <Speech_Female> well enough to <Speech_Female> know that right now. <Speech_Female> I do not have the capacity <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> for that <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> right now <Speech_Female> this season i'm <Speech_Female> using it <Speech_Female> makes sense <Speech_Female> but like <Speech_Female> you know <SpeakerChange> back when i <Speech_Female> was paying off debt <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> didn't have to <Speech_Female> dimes to read <Speech_Female> rub together. <Speech_Female> That's <Speech_Female> when i was <Speech_Female> like no. 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"Taken off your plate. You need to increase your capacity right. Then that's when like a meal delivery service would be appropriate right. You're outsourcing something camp so there are definitely ways that we can outsource another way that we can outsource is hiring a cleaning service now. I know i can already hear him coming from the bleachers. They're saying lindsay. You also talk about paying off debt and you also talk about like not spending money on luxury items is having somebody come clean my house a luxury item. And this is wary. Say there's no right or wrong answer. There's only right or wrong for you if you are using a cleaning service as a luxury item like you have time and capacity. Clean your house and you just hate scrubbing toilets and so you are paying somebody even the you can't really afford it right now. You're paying somebody to come clean your house okay. Then no that's a no go right because as queen right as the ruler and rayner over your territory as princess of everything as we talk about and kingdom mom you're responsible also for the finances okay but if you are financially good and there is room in your budget for that and you don't currently have the capacity to be cleaning your house. Then yes then it is. Okay right what happens. Is we as women and this is why we get stressed out in chaotic is we tend take on everything and we feel like a we have to do it. And we get linked to this martyr place and yes. We are supposed to work hard but there is a difference. There is a difference between busy and working hard. Those two things are very different and in our society. We have equated them as the same thing. That being busy means that we're working hard. That is not true. That is not true. I've been sitting here working for the last two hours. And i have gotten a ton of stuff done. I have gotten more done in the last two hours than working than like production wise than i used to get done in a week then able to like laser focus my work time and i literally got more done in the last two hours than i used to accomplish in a week okay. That's working hard. But i'm not busy. I'm not busy. 'cause i've literally only been working for two hours and like after i'm done with this podcast. I'm literally probably done working for the day. And i'm not going to be busy. I'm gonna go spend some time with my family. I'm gonna go workout going. Go take some time for myself right. There's a difference. There's a difference. So what i'm saying is is like if you are a mom who let's say you work fulltime right and you are working hard to get your priorities in line right and like you start doing all of these sort of time management things and you're like man. I am struggling to get my house clean like this is a stress point for me and you have enough room in your budget to hire somebody to come clean your house. You have permission to do that. You don't need my permission but you have it okay..
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"We do all sorts of workshops plus the group itself is just a free course on how to create your own mom binder but we have money workshops. We have time management workshops all sorts of stuff in there so it is starting as of today. Which is the fifteenth. Open up my calendar. Because i'm actually recording. This on the ninth. The fifteenth of february is the first day that we're doing this but like let's say that you're listening to this podcast. And its way past the fifteenth of february twenty twenty. One don't sweat it go into mumbai. Masters go to the unit section of the group. And you're gonna find the free workshop in there you can. Also there's a workbook that goes along with the workshop and they'll be linked to that in the show notes but you can also get a link to it inside of the group so it's just a workbook. You don't necessarily have to have the workbook to do the workshop. It just makes it a thousand times easier to like follow along take notes and go back in quickly reference things that you learned inside a the workshop. Okay but today we are going to talk about outsourcing. So we've been talking about time management over these last few weeks we've been talking about boundaries talking about priorities were definitely going to be talking about those inside of the workshop but really talk about those inside of our keenum on membership today. I want to specifically talk. About outsourcing things and when i really personally learned about outsourcing it was when i was doing a study of proverbs. Thirty one proverbs thirty one is like my chapter in the bible. I love to read proverbs thirty one. I read it often. I probably read proverbs thirty one at least once every few months just for a refresher but the proverbs thirty one woman is actually not a real woman which i find very interesting. She is basically like the ideal woman and so the person talking about the proverbs. Thirty one woman is the mother of the king. Okay so you have a mom. She's talking to her son. Who is a king okay. And she is basically saying..
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"So we are saying I do it all the time me to we're going to hear you this time. I can't live chat with you. You're going to get us all of your your opinions. We're going to talk about not only Teen Mom 90 Day Fiance and us we're just going to talk about us. Yeah, we made new friends too. Oh my God, we made so many friends guys. This was a blast like legit fast. I'm not even I don't know. I can't wait. Yeah. I had such a good time. I can't wait. Okay. Well, let's talk about Cheyenne. All right, you know I really really really like her a lot. I do too. She's a I do and she does things that annoy me but like I don't even care cuz I like her so much money. You know what it is. She is not a train wreck. No, I think I really respect her though because she works so hard to like acknowledge what she's done wrong in the house. And also like have a good relationship a quarry and she's such a good mom. She's such a nice mom..
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"You. Hey you're <Speech_Female> doing awesome <Speech_Female> great. We need <Speech_Female> to speak <Speech_Female> that stuff over ourselves. <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> We need to speak <Speech_Female> that into our life. <Speech_Female> And so <Speech_Female> i did for a solid <Speech_Female> year. <SpeakerChange> I wrote <Speech_Female> down. I'm <Speech_Female> a good <Silence> mom. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I also <Speech_Female> wrote down. <Silence> I <Speech_Female> am learning <Speech_Female> to build wealth <Speech_Female> right <Speech_Female> sometimes. <Speech_Female> Here's the thing with affirmations <Speech_Female> rape <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> you <Speech_Female> can save an affirmation <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and then immediately <Speech_Female> your <Speech_Female> brain is like. <Speech_Female> I don't believe that <Speech_Female> so let's <Speech_Female> say <Speech_Female> for example. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> affirmation <Speech_Female> am <Speech_Female> wealthy. <Speech_Female> Okay i <Speech_Female> am wealthy. <Speech_Female> Okay well if you <Speech_Female> say that and <Speech_Female> you don't believe <Speech_Female> it <Speech_Female> k- <Speech_Female> so what <Speech_Female> you could say <Speech_Female> instead is. I <Speech_Female> am building <Speech_Female> wealth or <Speech_Female> i am learning <Speech_Female> how to build wealth. <Speech_Female> We were talking <Speech_Female> about this also in the money <Speech_Female> workshop. <Speech_Female> Was there <Speech_Female> like if you say. I <Speech_Female> am good at managing <Speech_Female> money <Speech_Female> but if there is still <Speech_Female> a part of you. <Speech_Female> That doesn't believe that <Speech_Female> immediately. Your <Speech_Female> mind is going to go to <Speech_Female> negative right <Speech_Female> after you say it. <Speech_Female> After you say <Speech_Female> you're gonna have condemning <Speech_Female> feeling so <Speech_Female> instead of saying. <Speech_Female> I am good <Speech_Female> at managing money <Speech_Female> you could say. I <Speech_Female> am learning <Speech_Female> to manage <Speech_Female> money. Well <Speech_Female> i am <Speech_Female> learning to manage money. <Speech_Female> Well <Speech_Female> and what happens is <Speech_Female> is when <Speech_Female> we kinda speak <Speech_Female> these things into existence <Speech_Female> when we say them <Speech_Female> out loud we <Speech_Female> tend to move in that <Speech_Female> direction on. <Speech_Female> Never forget <Speech_Female> when <Speech_Female> we were <Speech_Female> starting <Speech_Female> this new business and <Speech_Female> there. Is this <SpeakerChange> bora bora <Speech_Female> trip. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> i think one <Speech_Female> of the most powerful things <Speech_Female> that i did is. <Speech_Female> I spoke out <Speech_Female> loud. <Speech_Female> I'm going <Speech_Female> to go to bora bora. <Speech_Female> Like <Speech_Female> i spoke <Speech_Female> out loud because <Speech_Female> when you speak it <Speech_Female> and you declare it <Speech_Female> your <Speech_Female> body your <Speech_Female> mind. Your energy <Speech_Female> tends to <Speech_Female> move in that direction <Speech_Female> right. <Speech_Female> You've ten <Speech_Female> to when you're saying <Speech_Female> something repeatedly <Speech_Female> every single <Speech_Female> day you tend to move in <Speech_Female> that direction <Speech_Female> so whatever it is <Speech_Female> in your life that you're <Speech_Female> currently struggling <Speech_Female> with right. <Speech_Female> So maybe <Speech_Female> you're stressed about <Silence> time management. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> You could have <Speech_Female> an affirmation <Speech_Female> you say to yourself <Speech_Female> every day is. I <Speech_Female> am learning to <Speech_Female> manage my time. <Speech_Female> Well <Speech_Female> i am learning <Speech_Female> to be wise <Speech_Female> with my time <Speech_Female> right instead of saying. <Speech_Female> I'm good <SpeakerChange> at time management <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> right. If you don't believe <Speech_Female> that is <Speech_Female> not actually going to work <Speech_Female> so if you say <Speech_Female> i am learning <Speech_Female> or i am <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> doing my best <Speech_Female> right you <Speech_Female> are going to <Speech_Female> move in <Speech_Female> that direction <Speech_Female> automatically <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> i would love <Speech_Female> to know what are some <Speech_Female> of your affirmations <Speech_Female> if you say them if <Speech_Female> you don't say them. <Speech_Female> Are you going to start <Speech_Female> doing that. 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"Facebook group is a free money workshop that we did and it was super duper powerful. The last the last session that we did was all about money mindset and so many women throughout the week talked about how they have guilt and shame in relation to spending money. Even just buying groceries at the grocery store like there's either a neutral feeling towards buying groceries or negative feeling like the either. Don't feel anything about buying those groceries or they feel a guilt like. Oh here we go. We're spending more money. There's more deductions for my bank account. Right and we talked about what if we chose. What have we consciously made the decision to focus on using how we use money for good and so one of the affirmations that i have started speaking for myself is i use money for good. I use money for good because if you think about the grocery store for example when we are spending money at the grocery store who are we blessing number one. Were blessing our family with food right. We're blessing the owner of the grocery store. We're blessing the employees of that grocery store. Were blessing the truck drivers that drove the food to the grocery store. Were blessing the warehouse that supplied the food right. We're blessing the farmers that grew the food. We're blessing the people who may be work in the plants that are packaging the cereal or whatever it is right. We're blessed those people every single time that we spend a dollar at the grocery store we are blessing a variety of people and i said what if we thought on that when we spent money right even like some of those luxury things that we have enough money for right. Sometimes we still feel guilty about spending that money right but what if we looked at how we were blessing someone while we were doing that so another another great affirmation is an us to speak this over myself all the time i have something called the five minute journal and actually got it from the same where we got dream. Pin it live. It talked about a few weeks ago. He can get it from. Fancy that boutique Search for them on facebook. Message on say. I wanna five minute journal. There the five minute journal is super duper awesome. Because it's just really super-quick but in the morning you actually write down affirmations about yourself and and for probably a solid year. I wrote down. I'm a good mom. I'm a good mom. And i chose to speak that over myself. You see. sometimes we don't realize it but we are subconsciously in her brain we have such negative self talk. We have such negative self talk so you might be saying to yourself. I'm failing you might be saying to yourself. Oh my gosh. I can't keep my house clean. You may be saying. Oh my gosh. I feed my kids junk food all the time right because what was happening is like fed them junk food like once or twice this week and you are speaking so poorly to yourself see of all. Never forget what somebody said this. There were like when when i was saying something bad about myself. They're like hey. Don't talk to my friend that way right. We wouldn't speak to our friends the way that we speak to ourselves. And so it's super important just like it's important to edify your friends and tell them. Hey you're doing a great job. Hey you're a good mom. Hey i'm.
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"Begin. Hey aching demands and welcome back to another episode of the kingdom. Mom podcast today. What are we talking. Real quick about affirmations as moms. Now i think sometimes especially as christians. We tend to think that affirmations are kind of like this new age thing and we don't tend to do them right. We hear like the one that. I'm that comes to mind for me like money affirmations like if i just think about money and how money flows to me then. I'm just going to randomly get money. It's can fall out of the sky right We are definitely not of that school of thinking right. I'm not that money is bad but it definitely does not fall out of the sky and you can't just manifested into existence but there is something to this whole idea of affirmations and speaking things so the bible tells us that we speak life right life and death is in the power of the tongue and when we speak things they tend to happen right they tend to come into existence god spoke and he created and we are created in his image and we speak. We are actually creating realities with our mouth. That's that's why like if you're somebody who's always complaining right you tend to get more stuff to complain about if you're somebody who creates excuses all the time you're somebody who you know what you like manifest those things into existence. If you're always saying. I'm broke then. You tend to always be broke right so i wanna talk a little bit about how i have used affirmations in my life but how i believe that we can all use them as christians because we really do create our realities with the because life and death is in the power of the tongue so one way that i think is great to do this. I one way that i do. This is in relation to money. You see. I used to have a lot of guilt and shame around spending money and we recently talked about this in the money workshop that we did inside of the mom binder masters..
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"Clara with all of this. What would you say. What did you start to identify with like. You're the biggest pain point. Like which one of those areas was the biggest stressor for you marriage like but because my husband is so rooting oriented. Everything is routine for him in. I didn't know what that was actually. Probably gonna put it on that because it slowed into everything else. Gotcha so the marriage was when we started to look at the fruit of our life. The marriage the fruit of our marriage was actually negatively affecting everything. Sounds like it was negatively affecting money and your home life and everything. Okay so now. I have to ask. You have been a part of this pretty much since we started which is about a year and a half now. Okay so what what has changed. What does life look like a year and a half later. While i had to ask my husband because i literally don't know that person anymore as far as i'm going to start at the top again and i try to do it in because of you have taught this which has been so huge for me. I know who who my father is in who i am in him. And my marriage we go on dates all the time <hes> <unk>. Through little bit of kurban there we had to kind of relearn so that actually could just but we did <hes>. The level of honor we have for each other is actually incredible in its still building. There's i'm not. I haven't arrived like it's still like a progress and it's been it's been pretty huge as far as my kids. I'm not gonna say that. I ever yell at them because my mom and i still do i still on but i catch myself like i catch when it's about to happen or a catch when at right after i do it and i have actually given my children the freedom to say mom. You're yelling or mom. You're not being very nice. I actually gave them the freedom to do that. And that if you want to like. They're like the best little police in your whole ever. trust me. they pitch everything. When you give kids permission to call you out on steph. They do it it and they don't miss one single one single thing and as far as money i have since i now have two strings of streams of income <hes>. I am. I have my own youtube channel and i'm actually part of the budget but didn't plan and we've actually. This is going to tell you this action. But i love about this system. You give us the freedom to figure out what works for us. You don't create a system that is like this is how it is like you have a system that works for the hemmings like but we have to figure we have to find it but you give us the tools to find it. And that's what i love. So we actually over this last year have tried a bunch of different ones and we just now found what works for the helms and i absolutely love it like it is so cool and it's like a mixture so for us like actually talk about money and there's nobody mad and there's nobody crying and there's like so much freedom in there is no guilt in buying anything. There's no guilty you know. It's just incredible. The amount of honor that is in the whole money thing we've had yeah just major breakers
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"About like sitting in your bathroom applying twenty different steps right in that moment, but for what I was what I wanted were I, wouldn't fewer products that will deliver more results because for need for skincare either leave the consistency is everything right and so the best thing you can do for your skin is can have a consistent routine whether that is twenty steps nightly or two steps nightly, and so for me new mom. I wanted I in a new. New Mom that wasn't willing to sacrifice any performance, whatsoever I wanted few steps possible with the most performance right like I wasn't willing to compromise anything, and so when I would go to retailers in show them one product, which is very unheard of in skincare. I mean it doesn't. It still hasn't happened like it doesn't happen. Right I like I said I got told over and over again like college. We love it. We WanNa to bring it in. We don't know what to do with it. Call us when you got three or four more products or you just like slap a label on like four or five other products doesn't even matter what they are. Many times by people who had been in the industry ver very long time, and it was not easy. It wasn't hard. Listening was like getting doors closed in. Your face is not like Super Fun, but it also gave me resolved on for the kind of company wanted to build in the kind of products I wanted to make because I knew they didn't exist. I knew that there were women like me out there. Who wanted quality over quantity right really valued that in their lives so. Long. Around for MOM offers it,.
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"You to making practicing in the safest way possible, but it was a risk on it. Risk I mean there's not it's not like there's no risk leaving the home. When most of my friends are in a my other friends are not although people get, there's things you have to get groceries and things like that, but I'm leaving the home to go i. live in the city I have to can eat up the Bronx in the night. And they're working in. It's all it's. It is a risk, but it's a risk that I. I just had I. don't I couldn't have lived with myself if I didn't take. That's that's really admirable. Now that you're working with children against your taking care of of kids again What are you seeing other than other than Cova nineteen case since emotionally. What are you seeing from from teens? Are you seeing an uptick in anxiety depression nervousness? Yeah, Oh, I'm so glad you're asking, so it's it's really the second wave that I'm I'm. Sort of like now. That feeling that I had that anticipation of Oh my God. What's GonNa Happen Covid nineteen disease. We don't know about it on its new now. It's turned into. WHOA. There is a second wave. It's a real wave we. We know that it's going to happen. And what can we do to help and that way mental health in for sure we've already seen it. It in our teen, patients not take care of Tweens, teens and young adults, and we have seen anxiety. You know if they had anxiety disorder already having a flare if they haven't before there are concerns, are they having an anxiety, disorder or normal worry normal anxiety? We're seeing depression or seen eating disorders, and some of it might just be that parents want observing these things. Things because the kiddos weren't in the home all the time, but now that they are in the home. They're kind of realizing Oh. Okay. These patterns may or may not be normal. Be made me may WANNA. Talk to somebody about it. Sleep on my gosh with the teens. You know it's just it's been I mean there are some good things in that normal? It's good for. For Teens in its normal for teens to be able to sleep in in schools have waking up way too early, and so for some of them. It's been good that they can sleep until eight but there are others that have become total night owls in. That's a flip. I've had parents asking Mike Kiddo is turning into a vampire and I don't know what to do. In so disorders, which feed into all the anxiety and depression at all goes hand in hand, in so we've seen an uptick in all those things into some of the patients that were still seeing person and admitting to the hospital actually have harmed themselves or have eating disorders that are getting dangerous, and and so needs to be admitted to the hospital, and this is this is the second wave in this is something that everybody needs to talk about more. Be Aware of and try to reach out to people who might need that extra helping. Encourage them to to call in if they can, you mentioned. Dr Mom groups a couple times than I'm so intrigued by like these subset culture of mothers. And and to have someone. WHO's in the similar boat to? You sure.
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"That my favorite thing is a jumpsuit that. I have been wearing a bunch. So it's hatch. I don't know if you guys know hatch maternity of course Okay so this is the it's the called the holly jumper is the one that I've been wearing and I always whenever I'm pregnant. Which is frequently. I have a sort of items that are maternity items that I like to keep. Even when I'm not pregnant and I can tell this. Jumpsuit is going to be like a forever thing and it just like so so comfy and I appreciate that because like sometimes there's maternity clothes that are not comfortable which seems ridiculous. It seems like that should be illegal. You uncomfortable every other way. Love it Okay my favorite thing. This week is actually a kids. Coffee Maker. Toy from tender leaf toys This is a company that I was like googling late one night probably and found and I love it because all their toys are made from wood and their their whole range is really with this idea of building kids natural play skills and their imagination and also replenishing the rubber wood forest. So it's really a very nice clean simple line. They're meant as furniture for their doll. Houses or say also have which are great. But I just bought my kids these little setups of like the kitchen setup and I'm looking around the room on recording and right now is actually what they where they've where they've done this alike setup there little cute little cute kitchen. Here's their bathroom. Set up their little like nurse over here so they anyway they don't have the DOS. They're just setting up. These little tiny mouse pockets everywhere around the room which is so cute and the three older ones have been literally like ours the hours every single day since I bought these things just like letting their imaginations run wild playing house having little setups happen. I bought these tiny little ferries who apparently inhabit these spaces and then the coffee machine one is is like a really fun thing because they see John and I make coffee all the time and they always want their own and now they have like a little toy to do it with our guys. That's it from us this week. Thank you so much for tuning in and we hope you guys are staying well and and feeling good and and just making sense of it however we can Were hanging in here. We're going to keep making episodes for you. Distance the way that we are so pleased. Continue to subscribe and tune anti your friends about us. We love love growing and chat with more MOMS and getting to share a bit about what we're learning and and what we're getting excited about in in mother had an parenting and and being women So rate with US scribe. Tell your friends email us at mongering? Potett ALL DOT COM. We are on Youtube instagram fear. Everywhere it's crazy guys talk to you next week. Bye Bye this is membrane with alario Baldwin and Mom Brain Gallery Media Group original production..
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"Baking a love making seen the candy. I love baking the cookies. We do gingerbread at my house and is just so much fun and it's it's just a great great memory. The I have from my childhood that I hope my kids have from their childhood. But here's what happens right. Baking number one makes a mess and Like we tend to think that it's GonNa be all fun and it's going to be like this great nostalgic moment summit and it's just GonNa be like all those can be Christmas music playing. Wow were baking cookies and the house is gonNA smell good. But here's how this actually tends tends to play out is mom is stressed about all the other stuff that she's got to do and then the baking is taking too long her back. It's tired and then it's a mess and the kids are making more of a mess. And then she's just irritated because now there's just a mess can any other MOMS admit that that's the way that that has happened in the past. Okay but let me let me just the just think through this with me for a second if you're decorating's already done if your gifts hurt purchased right if you're done with that you like they're already wrapped. Everything cake has last week was zone for getting that stuff done getting presents done right so if it's baking week and you that's all you have to concern yourself with that week. Okay you're going to enjoy it so much more. You're because you're not thinking about all the other stuff. Your brain isn't fatigued with all of the other decisions. Does this make sense right. So you've got your decorating done your gifts done and then this week you get to focus on baking great now when you have taken the time and Ben organized then got all of that stuff Deng when it actually comes time to enjoy the holiday to be with family and friends and I don't like you're going to be so much more present right because you're not going to be scrambling for last minute gifts you're not going to be scrambling to make last minute toffee. Were Hey right. You'RE NOT GONNA be freaking out about anything because an and hopefully while you're we're doing all of this stuff you are also using your mom binder so your house is clean the entire time. So you're not having to have like this Major Lake Nick Event where you deep clean your house before people come to it right so hopefully all of that stress is also gone so for to mom. Binder your holiday. You're essentially going to break it up into zones. Okay but another the tool of the mom binder that you are definitely going to want to use is your brain dump K.. Because if you're like me either either so much stuff going on and you got so much stuff in your brain that what happens is you lay down in bed at night and you're sitting there and you're thinking about five hundred different do things and then you dream about those five hundred different things because you didn't take the time to get it out of your brain so the brain dub it's were Lake Lake Right. Everything down write everything down. That's in your brain and then it's on the piece of paper so you don't have to remember it because on the piece of paper the piece of paper's GonNa remember it for you so then you can actually have some ease and sleep K now. I know people people who actually have holidays sections for their mom binder okay so they have their mom binder with with the zones with their daily routines right then they have their zones and their weekly humblest and our in their brain dump. And you know if they've done mom binder two point uh-huh which is something that we have for. Our members are kingdom members then. They've got their meal planning in there. They've got their calendar in there. I know some people who have addresses birthdays in there and Some people have an entire like a separate section for like Christmas or Thanksgiving or whatever holidays there like they Play big pardon. You know some people throw huge birthday parties and so they've got you you know a birthday party section or if somebody's planning a wedding or a baby shower or something like that any time that you have something big that you are planning you can breaking into zones. Okay this is also a business tip. y'All know that I am really like passionate about the side hustle right and I don't think everybody has to have a side hustle but I love having a side Hustle and so I'm very passionate about how to work that into your life if you want one and a great way to do that. Is Mum binder. It like put it into zones K.. So like when I started kingdom the mom like I put stuff into zones. One Week I might focus on recording podcast episodes one week I might focus on coaching calls. Right one the last few weeks. I haven't recorded anything and I've just been focused on our new website which is kingdom on on podcast dot com like. Everything's been transitioning over to that. So that was my zone right. That's a zone that men because when you worked in zones owns when you batch produce things you're you are so much more focused you're so much more productive because you're only thinking about about one thing at a time praet I have this This book that I got from my friend tyranny. Maybe know her because she was on the podcast awhile back. She has a boutique That she that her and her family just opened its in Hays Kansas. And it's called Fancy Boutique but they sell these little journals and planners into for things and I got this one from her. It's called the productivity planner planner. And it says it's created by intelligent change and I love this thing because and I just use it for work so this is not a part of my mom binder a uses for work things as it. It requires you to stay focused on one thing being before you move onto the next thing and it helps you to just stay on that one topic that one one task because when we are scattered when we allow ourselves to be scattered like we're not we're not not getting stuff done. We're just running around like a chicken with her head. Cut Off and our I'll I'll say this forever and ever and ever is running. A home is very very similar to running a business. Running a home is very very similar to running a business where we need. I need to stay on task. Was One thing now but at the same time we have little kids right. MOMS are not like Business professionals where they can stay on task because we constantly have distractions and like a kid throws up or a kid wakes up from a nap or kid. I'd start crying or a kid needs a snack. The you know what I mean like. There's just different things get thrown at US daily that we cannot control. That is why when you have a theme to your week when you have zone. Cheer Week Right then that week. You're focused on one. Thanks so that even when distractions come during the week and they will. Because you're a mom you don't have to Every free time you're trying to get back on task go through five different things that you're working on. You just have to go back to the one thing that you are working on on. Get what I'm saying. Do you understand what I'm saying because if you have if you're trying to do let's just use the Christmas example if you're trying to decorate buy gifts and bake all in the same week right we're trying to do all of those things maybe in the same day you're trying to do all of close things and then a kid get sick okay. So you'd go deal with the kid being sick and then when he needs to get back on task you're trying to get back on task on three different things and you have decision. Fatih you just have a brain fatigue at this point because you've got too many things what's going on but let's say it's the week we're you're just focused on gifts. Kate get sick and you go deal with the kid getting sick then when you come back to what you were doing. It's just one thing is just one thing and you just you just pick up where you left off and you. You don't have the decision fatigue so this is one of. I know that this seems like simple like I get it. It seems simple right. It seems like well. This isn't like rocket science and it's not most success. Principles are not rocket science. You just have to actually do them. They say that again. Most success principles are not rocket science. You just have to actually do them. And productivity is one of those things like being productive in doing thing getting things done that actually matter better and actually produce results. It's not rocket science. It's just you actually have to put the principles into practice and some something. Somebody might be listening to this episode. Even think it's silly like we're talking about being productive for like planning your holiday but how you do simple things determines termine how you do big things because I work with a lot of MOMS who want the side hustle and they're trying to grow the side hustle but there they've got chaos going on at home because they're not applying success principles to their first business. which is their home right? And I have to tell you like when I started like having success in my side hustles. It's actually actually because I was applying success principles to my home and how I manage my home. The best place laced practice being a CEO is in your home because you kind of are the CEO of your home or the vice president or something but you are for a leader in your home and how that home is managed is how you're gonNA manage other things too but if you're if you got chaos ask going on there's you're gonNa have a really hard time ever having a side hustle so there you go. That's just a little bonus business tip but like I really want you to think about this. I want you to look at what your strategy has been for this upcoming holiday for the Christmas season. And right or maybe even Thanksgiving Ray in I want you to look and say okay if I were to do this the way that I was currently planning on doing it was I going to run into chaos am I gonNA hurt into chaos and my goodness set myself up to have like fatigue. Am I going to set myself up to be stressed. Okay so I want you to sit down this week and figure out like how can you break this up into zones so that you can actually enjoy yourself move so that you can actually like you know have a holiday that is centered around Jesus instead of being centered around all all of the things right because the the the reason why Christmas I believe has gotten away from Its main focus. Right is because we've done a like we choose the chaos over the peace. And so I'm asking you this year to choose the peace so I hope that that was helpful. We will see you in January..
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"Kingdom on podcast and within the first few weeks it was well actually within the first week it was on the new note worthy less and people were like raving about on social media. And they're like these interviews are changing my life and I was and then people that were in the kingdom mom paid community in the membership website kept kept talking about how that coaching was like changing their life and they were talking about how their marriages were healing and about how their homes were peaceful in about how they finally had like peace within themselves and their relationship with God with strengthening and I was just like wow people actually care about this and then the memberships memberships kept growing and growing and growing to the point that we actually stopped like we we close enrollment so enrollment only opens every once it's in a while and the reason why I'm not saying certain time as we're still trying to figure out what the sweet spot is like. Do we open it once a month to we open once a quarter so we don't actually currently no at the time that I'm recording this. What that sweet spot is yet? We're still trying to figure that out but we only open enrollment every once in a while now so that new waves of people can kind of start at the same time time but we've grown to like seventy members in the last few months just because people keep talking about it and You know I know of membership websites that have like five thousand people so realize seventy is like whatever but seventy to me is huge. Considering the fact that when when I started that I was expecting ten but It's just been such an awesome journey and I. I wanted to do this podcast episode. Because I wanted you to kind of hear the story of what is Kingdom Lake. Where did this come from wise? This podcast here. Who who is this person? What Is Kingdom Coaching but in Kingdom coaching we talk about identity is the core of everything we talk about marriage? We talk about parenting. We talk about managing your home so like the mom binder but on steroids and then we talk about money we talk about paying off debt. We talk about Creating creating income streams and The different solutions we talk about wealth building strategies and the systems that my husband and I use to bill wealth And it's just been so much fun we actually At the time that I'm recording this by the time you listen to it the event will already happened. But we you're actually putting on our very first event This coming weekend. So we're really excited about that is just spend like such a crazy journey so Like like I said in some other episodes where it's just me talking. I'm going to be doing more like kind of coaching content. I guess but I felt like I owed you guys an explanation Shen of like. Why am I even here? What this is how kingdom mom came to be about To see you Kinda just so you Kinda knew so let us know now If you like these kind of episodes where it's you know me talking or if you're like Lindsey we don't want to hear from you we want to hear from the interviews or if you like the combination of both I so WanNa know so send me a message. Let us know We would love to have you as part of the Kingdom paid community so we have A basic membership in a VIP. Salami explain that the basic membership. We'd we do coaching calls every single week. And we upload them came But then as basic number you get access to that you could access to our facebook group. you get access to principles different things like that different worksheets. And then we have a VIP membership now the VIP membership actually most people end up doing the VIP membership for a few reasons. We do live coaching calls. where it's QNA and you can literally early asked me anything and people do? y'All have learnt pretty personal things about me but We do q a where you can literally ask anything we can talk about your specific Pacific. Business your specific intellectual property your specific courses. You know like whatever it is that you want to build your specific marriage your specific kids. We talk about that and it's a group coaching but you can submit questions but also with the VIP membership you also get access.
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"Was like okay. This is I feel like I have maybe some knowledge in this area so I started a blog called hope and homeschool dot com. And you can go to hope at home. School Dot Com In fact it's a great website. Go check it out. So I started that blog and I started to implement the things that the create eight and go people Alex Lauren were teaching me and these people had built. You know several six-figure blogs in fact they make six figures a month now now blogging. It's kind of mind boggling. To me but They they know what they're talking about. And so I started started the process and within just a few months I was already seeing that I was making some affiliate sales which was pretty cool Like not a lot just you know maybe like a few hundred dollars a month but I was like hey. This is actually happening in a little bit faster than I thought it was going a two and so I started Because they say you know like build your email list you need to have you know some sort of if you're GONNA do a sales funnel most of the time not always but a lot of times you have like some sort of free content at the top of your sales funnel and so I was like okay. Well I don't necessarily know what to do. And they say you build a funnel towards somebody else's product before you we'll insert your own product before you create your own product and the reason for that is because you wanna see what it is that your audience actually responds to you Before you create your own product I was like okay cool and so I created a video. Of course 'cause you know a lot of people like have their freebies like free pedia for the free this or free that and I thought so. Here's a little business tip little bonus business tip. I thought I they never give my email address for a pdf. I never do because I'm like I'm going to get emails from this person and I I don't want their stink in PDF. I don't want it. It's just annoying and so I thought what would what would I be willing to give my email address for for now. It's like a free course like a free like course of content. That's actually valuable and actually GonNa fix something in my life and so so I had kind of created this. This mom binder I had learned from the Fly Lady and a few other people. I had kind of combined all of these things that I learned earned in my personal development. You know journey and I had created kind of the system for myself That was my mom binder and I was like I am going. They do a video course teaching people how to make this how to make one for themselves because it's true all formula it's a system so everybody's is different rate based on your personality but I can teach them how to I teach them the system of how to create their own for their own life and so I created a three Step like a three day video course. So it's actually videos where people could get to know me decide if they wanted to hang out with me so I created a three day course called the ultimate mom binder video course and if you go to hope and Homeschool Dot Com right now you can sign up for that course. It's IT'S A. It was wildly successful. I could not believe Steve How many people started signing up for it and then people were using it and implementing it and then like raving on social media about the free.
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"Or super duper excited about it it's been a big undertaking over the last few months and I'm GonNa talk about a little little bit today about the transition that we're making but this episode is GonNa be different because we're not doing an interview you're actually going to be hearing from me today so if you're new to the kingdom podcast welcome welcome a usually we do interviews in fact the only other episode where it was just me talking was literally our intro episode which was the very first episode but when I started the kingdom on podcast I actually had this vision of it being kind of a hybrid podcast odd cast which if you don't know what that means that means that we do a combination of interviews but also just delivering like coaching content to you and so but we just have been doing interviews because the interviews had been being so powerful and they've been having such a positive impact on people but we decided to kind of start to sprinkle in some episodes where is just me talking and so we hope that you will will give us some feedback you know message me on facebook or send me something on Instagram at home school which might actually be changing soon because because we'll probably create a kingdom mom instagram but Send me a message and let me know like do you prefer the interviews do you prefer the ones we're just I'm talking or do you like the fact that we're doing both and that we kind of have a little bit of both you can learn a little bit for me you can learn a bit from some of these other powerhouse women like Aaron Hudson and Taryn Laker and some of these awesome people who've been hearing from so let us know because we want to serve you we want to deliver liver content that you actually learn from and enjoy and so let us know what it is that you like but yeah we have a new platform so today I wanNA talk about I'm going to do a little storytelling and I wanNA talk about a kind of the journey of kingdom mom and how it's developed over the last year in in other like future podcasts episodes I'll probably talk more about like actual coaching content but sometimes they think story of a brand and kind of how this all developed can actually be a lesson in itself so today we're GonNa Chitchat about how kingdom mom came to be so for for those of you who don't know me like you haven't necessarily followed me on facebook or because facebook is kind of where hang out like you know we all kind of have a social media platform where we just just hang out more often and I hang out on facebook and it's not I don't even have like yes we have pages for our brand but honestly hang out on a personal profile profile Lindsay Anderson so that's where I'm at we also have a an awesome group called mom binder masters where because we have have a free course on our website that's called the ultimate mom binder it's a video courses like a three day video course and we have faced but group of like at this time the the time that I'm recording this it's like over seven hundred people at this point which is mind blowing to me but it's like this awesome community where we all talk about the MOM binder it's a group of MOMS and so that's where I hang out so you can you know message me there or whatever but if you haven't followed me on facebook if in you like really just don't know who I am you might be like who who is this kingdom mom lady who is Lindsay Anderson Today I'm GonNa talk about that so a few years back so we're going to go probably like seven years back I was broken I was a broken person marriage was falling apart ahead just given birth for my first daughter and I was definitely suffering from some postpartum stuff we were broke in terms of money we were living in a small apartment Ed's we were renting it and we just didn't have enough money we were super stressed out like I said I was suffering from postpartum issues and my husband was just not being the best guy at the time and our marriage was kinda fallen apart and I was kind of convinced that money was Gonna fix all my problems which tends to be a theme and humanity that we all think money's GonNa fix all of our problems but actually what I didn't realize is is the journey that I was going to go on because of that mindset was actually going to be life changing for me I started did a home business like many women do I started a home business and I thought I'm GONNA figure this out I am going to make a bunch of money in this because my husband certainly not going to make any money because I kind of had decided that he was just GonNa be you know worthless is Kinda it sounds awful now that I say it but that's what I had decided at the time was that my husband was basically just going to be worthless and I was going to have to figure out how to support our family because if he was in charge we were never gonNa have enough money and that was literally the mindset that I had about my husband it was awful and wicked and terrible and I was so so wrong but I couldn't see that at the time I couldn't see that I was maybe part of the problem because I didn't want to admit that I was doing anything wrong and so I started doing personal development because I had a mentor who helped me get started at my home business and they do ten minutes of personal development every single single day and I didn't really follow any of the other directions at that person gave me but for some reason I've followed that one and I started doing personal development development and I read a few books one of those books was called the compound effect by Darren Hardy Great Book highly encourage you to go read it but I learned learned in that book that about the compound effect and so it's like a little behavior every single day compound it over time it's like compound interest with money right it grows and grows and grows and there's this huge snowball effect in your life and I remember after reading that book I decided okay I'm going to like keep doing this personal development thing and I'm going to have the compound effect work on my behalf and I'm going to do ten minutes of personal development every single day for the rest of my life I don't know why I made that decision but I just did and it will literally change the course course of the rest of my life in my life has never been the same sense it's definitely had some rocky seasons but it's never been the same sense and so I started doing more and more personal development I started attending Danny Johnson events which if you've been listening to the podcast you've heard several people talk about any Johnson because a lot out of the people that I've interviewed are actually people that I met from the Danny Johnson Community Just amazing awesome people who have been on a very similar journey to mine of self improvement and personal development and just all of the things that have happened in their lives a lot of breakthroughs and relationships a lot of breach breakthroughs in parenting parenting and marriage and in business and I just I just dove into the personal development world and I started to see some success in that business but definitely you know Kinda kept hitting some brick walls and my husband a few years later after our marriage was healed because I started to do some personal development and realize that I was maybe part of the problem as well I mean he definitely had some issues that he had overcome as well but I was also a huge part of the problem and I started to take ownership for what I was doing wrong in my marriage and in my life and once I started taking ownership and stop playing the victim card and started looking at okay what is it that I can actually you know fix six and control my life started to get a lot better and we paid off eighty thousand dollars worth of debt we bought a house and and we had two more kids and my life just started getting better but my husband got in an accident he was hit he was in a crosswalk and he was hit by a drunk driver miraculously he survived he spent several days in the ICU he suffered a traumatic brain injury but by God's grace he was completely healed and other than some word recall issues he he was he he does not have any type of brain like permanent brain damage in fact his word recall has gotten better too so yeah the fact that he is alive is a miracle but the fact that he is alive and does not have permanent brain damage also miraculous and I'm so grateful for that every single day of my life but the day that he got in that accident I actually stepped away from my business and for about six to nine months I did not have any type of side hustle and it was the first time in years that I hadn't had some sort of side hustle and I wasn't making any and money because I had worked that business enough that I could leave my job and so I was no longer working fulltime as working from home but then I decided to step away from that business and so we were kind of starting to have some financial struggles again because I wasn't making any money and my husband couldn't work because he had just gotten into an accident and so after about six months I was really starting to feel lost and frustrated and I I I realized through some self reflection that I actually need some sort of side hustle like it's a desire of mine to be making money in some aspect and to have some sort of work that I am doing and contributing tributing a real is not everybody has that and if you don't have that that's okay but I definitely have that and so I wanted to be working and I needed something something outside of being mom two three beautiful daughters at that time it was just too yet but I needed something outside of being mom 'cause I was also home schooling and I still homeschool I needed something outside of that I needed some sort of whether it was a hobby you know whether made money or not I honestly didn't even care at that point I just just needed something and so I started a clothing Boutique out of my home I started a clothing boutique and a a youtube channel and I was really starting to see some success in that I was you know doing in home boutiques I was having people oh come shop at my house I was doing online sales and I was starting to really put myself out there on social media for the first time in like actually Shauwie being valuable on social media adding value to people's lives and doing you know the facebook lives and just actually creating content and I was starting to Z. might influence grow and I was starting to see my audience grow and my bank account was starting to reflect that and so I hired an assistant for the first time and I was really starting to see some of the stuff flourish and then my health took a dive right because as soon as life gets it's all rainbows and butterflies something comes out your doesn't it that's just the way life goes and so my health really started to take a dive and I suffered two miscarriages and and I was having support onell issues anyway and so I was supplementing with progesterone because my body wasn't creating enough on its own own to to hold onto a pregnancy and so I got pregnant with our third daughter and I was supplementing with progesterone and then on top of all my health issues that I was already having I was now first trimester pregnant and for those of you who've ever been first trimester pregnant you know that can actually be a really rough time so I was so tired I was nauseous I was just like plus ahead all my other health problems going on to so I actually had to stop working and I took a step away from my boutique because I couldn't do it I literally couldn't physically function and take care of my responsibilities we actually even stopped homeschooling for like a month because I just couldn't do it and so I actually had a girlfriend of mine introduced me to a health product a health regimen I should say that was was full disclosure was part of an MLM network marketing type of opportunity but she wasn't presenting it to me in that way she was literally presenting it to me in the respective like I really think that this might help you and so I got started with that and it really was helping me had no intention of really doing the business because I already had my clothing boutique and I was finally able to do my clothing boutique again and I was making sales I was making decent money with my clothing boutique at the time and had no intention of doing another home business but I started to see how it was helping me how it was helping my family and my mom got great results with it and so I.
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"Being a mom is the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions. So it's okay. If you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is mom brain with malaria, Baldwin and Daphne us. Hi, guys. Welcome back to mom brain to after news. Sure. Who are you? Tell me about your what's your name? That's going be mom brain season. Let's have a neat. You. The kids all the time are like who are you again? It's like building a Bijou Giovanna BIC. So funny, John, by the way, because I always think of you. Children think that my silent whose name is John junior. But she thinks we call John boy and Carmen thinks his name is jumble. She's like and he's obsessed with few minutes. She's like can we go have played it with feeling Philomina and John bull. Guys. Welcome back to mom rain. I'm alario Daphne today on the show. We have eaten Grinch pan. She is a chef. She is a momma, she is a TV host soon to be cookbook author all around like if you have a friend who just lights up a room. She is a party in person and just like my favorite image of her is her dancing on the beach at I think her sisters bachelorette party in Israel, just like three months after she had a baby in this. Awesome. Bikini, just like raging on the page, and it was just to me. She is such a spirit animal in so many different ways, and she's an incredible friend, and we go all over the map, literally. She tells us about our time in India and in Thailand and bringing her travels home with her new restaurant does here in New York City life with a new baby keeping the sexy time alive. She is an amazing human, very, honest, very honest, and very real and very fun. And we know you guys are gonna love our chat. Today. We have eaten and she is going to tell us a little bit about herself go, okay. My name is eating Grinch ban. I am co founder and executive chef at Dez. I'm also top chef Canada host. I have you know, I guess an online presence my Instagram is at Eden eats. I dunno online presence. What do you say? Like an online. Whatever perfectly. And I am a mother of a delicious twenty month old named Abe, and I live in Brooklyn with my husband, and my daughter, he donate. She seems so peaceful on your stories like such like an angel eight like a, you know, what she isn't angel. She's a sweetheart. But she knows what she wants. And she is fiercer and like she will not stop until she gets it. You know, what she's going to grow up though to be such a little I like on the one hand, I think she'll be a little bit of a reader. I'm sorry. I'm breaking the bubble right now. I know she will she loves like turning Slyke. She loves twirling until she gets. So dizzy that. She doesn't she is. And she's laughing and laughing, and I'm like, you guys But have like been. you guys have been so good about since she was baby exposing her to so much music and all the, dancing and all the leg outings. I just feel like she's going to be such a it's it's of course, you'll be a little beautiful wonderful wild child. It makes perfect sense. So my mom's going to be so happy about that. She found out. I was having a daughter. She's like. I'm like. He does great. You know, we're just Mike we're going a little bit through a regression right now. So like it's pushing us so you did sleep train. We did sleep about that. I was so it's so crazy because like when you give birth and you have a baby like Mike Thursday, like an intuition that you have like you really like I did believe in following your God. Like you like when the baby called you. You went like it's something that you know, is just like a part of us after you have a kid so add like the six month. Mark I was shooting top chef Canada, and.
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"Being a mom is the toughest job. There is an a doesn't come with instructions. So it's okay. If you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is mom brain with malaria, Baldwin and Daphne us. Hey, guys. Welcome back to mom rain. I'm me Loria. And then Daphne and today's episode is actually all dedicated to you guys we have been so grateful. Thank you for sending an all your comments and your questions and topic ideas on Instagram, of course. But also to our Email, mom brain pot gmaiLcom. And so today, we thought we would read a bunch of our favorite questions and give you our answers so rundown show. Yeah. And you know, what this is kind of the reason that we that we created this podcast. You know, we wanted to really develop a community here of of us. Moms all of us moms, and you guys are the biggest part of that. And so we want to include you and have your voice here and an answer your questions and here your words of wisdom. Also, as we interview the the wise the wise talkers on our show to yes. So should we begin? Yes. And just you as a picture what's happening here who are in are sitting cross legged and barefoot in our chairs, we're getting cozy Gary. Oh. Get cozy. All right. Here's a question from N marine from Emory high deafening Loria I'd love to hear your perspectives on how long we can expect to have mom bring. I'd also like to hear not the podcast these symptoms the disease here from I'll probably never while. It's going to be here longer than your mom brain is around. I'd also like to hear about any hacks. You've come up with to deal with anything falling apart or through the cracks when in the middle of membrane. Thank you and Marie she's up. The features editor at motherly one of our favorite sites. High Imrie what happened? Oh. Giggles from Cal. It's so. Kind of your happy. It's kind of a me thing because you're just like okay with that really greatness curate is odd. Great. I mean, I, you know, it'd be interesting to to have like an expert come in and talk about what happens to the brain. So okay. So what I've always read and the the place that I think mom bring comes from is when you're growing an infant in your womb? They are taking a lot of your nutrition. They're taking a lot of your son's fatty acids, which is why by the way, a lot of moms. If you find that when you're pregnant, and even when you're nursing after after back if you have a lot of like little kind of scaly bumps like white. They look like little white heads on the back of your arms kinda where there was nobody in bumpy feeling. A lot of the times that is a symptom of a essential fatty acid deficiency. So you can supplement with like fish oils, or if you're if you're vegan there are lots of you know, like a algae-based options and things like that. And they they clear up really fast. Once you were I found them to cleverly fast. Once you start to get the right levels of. Oh fatty acids in your food. But because the baby is so greedy for them because they're so important in in developing the brain. But anyway because baby is taking so much of your vital nutrition. It actually does sort of deprive your brain in a way. And I also I mean again, I'm not a doctor. I'm not saying this medical expertise. I'm just saying what I've read and heard from people and also what I found to be true. I also think just when you are sleep deprived and extremely hormonal. And you're juggling a lot and a lot of different sort of priorities and to do list, of course, things are going to slip through the cracks mean, mom Rina's. It's it's sort of just a symptom of having you know, two or three rains or four brains that you're trying to keep track of all at once. And to answer the question of how long it'll be around for you know, I've talked to grandmothers all the time who still feel like they have mom brain who still feel like they are missing the the the used to be able to count on themselves and rely on themselves to like, oh, logging my brain. I I gotta get my dry cleaning tonight. If I don't write it down like write it down..