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4: Little Corners
Tammy Cannon lives near Seattle, WA with her husband and three teens. In the early days, she was at home with her three children, who were all under the age of three. I wanted to talk to Tammy about the expectations she had for herself as she shifted from working at a job she loved to being at home with three young kids. She talks openly about the little corners of herself that feel like mothering might have gone differently for her in the beginning.
Reflection: Guides and Witnesses
Sarah reflects on Nicole's observation (Episode 3: Guiding a Child's Becoming), what it meant to her growing up, and what it means to her now.
3: Guiding a Child's Becoming
Nicole Gulotta is a writer based in Los Angeles. There’s a myth that creative types, writers especially, are solitary creatures with vast amounts of time available to devote to their calling. Most of us need to juggle family and career and life on top of our creative work. Nicole understands this better than most - she writes and promotes her books while raising her young son. And she shares her wisdom about making time for writing by teaching how to ‘write in the margins’—in other words,...
Reflection: The Voice In Your Head
All of us—mothers and non-mothers—have that voice in our head asking, "Am I good enough?" It's a question about worthiness, but it’s also a question about our place in the world. In this episode, Sarah reflects on what that question is really about.
2: Discovering what's essential
Jen Riday is a mother of six. She has a PhD in in human development and family studies, and runs an online business helping women heal their hearts and build self love. In this wide-ranging conversation, Jen shares how raising her children has helped her discover what’s essential. Learn more about Jen Riday and her very popular Vibrant Happy Women podcast: www.jenriday.com Here's Sarah's episode with Jen:...
Reflection: The Ghost Ship
How do we know what we'll regret? Sarah reflects on her conversation with Myriam Steinberg. Listen to Sarah's conversation with Myriam (Catalogue Baby): http://bit.ly/MaybeSomedayEp1 Read the original Dear Sugar essay: http://bit.ly/DearSugarGhostShip Have something to say? Get in touch: Email: email@example.com Instagram: @maybesomedayshow Facebook: @maybesomedayshow
1: Catalogue Baby
Myriam Steinberg is a writer based in Vancouver, BC. Myriam's in her forties and she's been trying to have a baby on her own for the last five years. She’s documenting her experience in a graphic novel called Catalogue Baby. Sarah talks to Myriam about the decision to conceive a child as a single woman in her forties, and what it's been like for her. Learn more about Myriam's work at www.cataloguebabynovel.com Follow Myriam on Instagram at www.instagram.com/catalogue_baby Want to...
Relection: Who Am I?
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Episode 0: I'll never be somebody's mother
Sarah always imagined that she'd have children of her own. But, you know, maybe someday. Now, at 37, she's in a relationship with someone who already has a kid and doesn't want more. So she has to decide what she wants: stay in the relationship (and develop a bond with someone else's kid), or leave to have a baby of her own.