Podcast

SFP 103: The Minimalist Kitchen [with Melissa from The Faux Martha]

We know that the kitchen is the most used room in the house--yet simplifying the kitchen is anything but easy. On the podcast today I am chatting with Melissa Coleman of The Faux Martha. Melissa is a food blogger and she is sharing her story about how the kitchen "broke" for her. She decided she ...

SFP 102: It's Not About Nutrition [with Dina Rose Ph.D.]

Every parent wants to feed their children nutritious food. That probably means a heaping dose of vegetables, ample proteins, and a well-rounded source of vitamin-rich foods. Even if we know what we should be feeding our children, we don't always know the magic tricks to actually get our kids to eat those super foods. In ...

SFP 101: How I Feed My Family

In our house, mealtimes are pleasant. My kids eat well and we enjoy each others company. I don't have it all figured out, but I do have a Ph.D. in Child Development with a research background in child wellness. That means I use a combination of both research-based ideas and intuitive planning to help develop ...

SFP 100: How to Meditate Without Meditating [with Shawn from the Abundant Mama Project]

I don't have a regular yoga or meditation practice, although I wish I did. Yet each day I find moments of mindfulness and presence in regular activities. In today's podcast episode I am speaking with Shawn Fink from The Abundant Mama Project. We are chatting all about how to meditate without meditating--and by that I ...

SFP 99: Perfectionism in Motherhood [with Catia Holm]

She's skinny, ​crafty, active, accomplished in her career, family-focused, and well-dressed (all the time, even at drop off). She's the perfect mom. She's the mom that we are secretly striving to be--the one that does it all and has it all. In fact, many of the things we spend our time and energy striving towards are because of her. It's because ...

SFP 98: Sleep + Parenthood [with Dr. Kennedy of NYC Sleep Doctor]

Parenthood is notoriously associated with sleep deprivation. Good sleep goes beyond just getting kids to sleep through the night. Do any of these things resonate with you? At the end of a long day you desperately need sleep, but you can't put your Instagram/Netflix away. You drink coffee to wake you up in the morning ...