In “Decluttering for Real People with Rebecca – Part 1,” decluttering coach, mom, and author, Rebecca Mezzino, bestows upon us her expertise in decluttering. But for real people. Not people who have time to fold their family’s underwear into tidy triangles, or hug all of their belongings.… Read more
In “Escaping American Motherhood with Dena,” author of The Buddha Sat Right Here, Dena Moes, tells all about stepping off the hamster wheel that is American motherhood, and taking her family on an eight-month odyssey to India where to-do lists, chauffeuring, and kid-centered activities wouldn’t follow.… Read more
In “Moms in Politics with Tiffany,” we get a glimpse into what it’s like as the only female city council member. Tiffany Ackley is transparent, funny, and inspiring while telling us the real deal about how she’s treated differently than her fellow men, how she still falls into common female traps, and how she breaks the mold by bringing her kids with her.… Read more
In Part 2 of “The Long Game,” Kathie elaborates on her big-picture view of motherhood then vs. now, and we explore the unhealthy shift in family hierarchy, extreme lengths we go to for happy memories, school choice pitfalls, and the importance of failing.… Read more
In Part 1 of “The Long Game (& Mother Wounds),” my dear friend and seasoned mother of SEVEN (yes) who loves to swear, Kathie, offers a big-picture view of motherhood and wisdom about how we mess our kids up, mealtime struggles that span the ages, her most memorable moments of birth, and the effects of a deep mother wound.… Read more
In Part 2 of “Behind the Curtain of Motherhood,” Jessica and I will cover sex after having kids, threesomes we’ve all been in, being diagnosed with “Cockblockers,” why early motherhood is like triage, and what one dad learned about how foreplay changes.… Read more
In Part 1 of “Behind the Curtain of Motherhood,” join Jessica and I for real talk about motherhood, marriage, “Dad privilege,” rage, resentment, and the complicated nature of being a mom.