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EP09: Mother of 2, still in the thick of it with Liza Tremblay
Liza Tremblay is the mother of Leo and Rosie and the owner of Bay Burger restaurant and Joe & Liza's Ice Cream, based in Sag Harbor, New York. Her and her husband, Joe, have owned and operated Bayburger and Joe and Liza’s Ice Cream for the last 11 years. When Liza isn’t working full-time or mothering her two children, you can find her going out to her weekly date with her husband or out to dinner with her friends. Listen as Liza shares how: Even though she’s been a mom for seven years...
EP08: Deconstructing the “Marriage gets easier with time” Myth
This week we are deconstructing our conversation from last week with Carrie Sharpe. Here’s that episode. Carrie is a mom of 5, who is navigating “older” children as her first child prepares to leave the nest. Liz and Kate discuss: Here’s more more about Carrie’s son (Maverick’s) birth & harrowing NICU journey. Quotables: “We all get stuck in a rut, we need to remember to re-evaluate.” - Kate “It is in those times of crisis that brings challenges and strengths to the forefront.” -...
EP07: Homeschooling, Mom of 5 with Carrie Sharpe
Carrie Sharpe is a Communication Consultant and Speaker and co-owner of He says, She says. A highly sought-after international speaker, Carrie develops courses and coaches clients on public speaking skills, interview skills, and other communication topics. She earned her degree in Political Science and Psychology from Lake Superior State University. Carrie is a Huffington Post Contributor and has been quoted in a variety of publications including LiveStrong, Business Insider, and Bustle....
EP06: Deconstructing the Myth that “Practice makes perfect”
This week we are deconstructing our conversation from last week with Sasha Gray. Here’s that episode. Sasha is an older and wiser version of her first time mothering self, as she’s mothering the second time around. Liz and Kate discuss: MORE FROM SASHA: Follow Sasha on Facebook. Follow Sasha on Instagram. Follow Sasha on YouTube. Follow Sasha on Pinterest. Sasha’s Mini Group Sessions ~ 30 minute classes that give solutions and guidance that you can take action on...
EP05: Mother of Two Only Children, 22 years apart with Sasha Gray
Sasha Gray of Scattered Sashais a writer of words, spewer of sarcasm, and a margarita loving, sassy Southern belle raising her 11 year old granddaughter. Sasha believes life is tough for a lot of us, and we’re all just doing the best we can. But she also believes that kindness, laughing, and doing a little dance every now and then is sometimes the answer to everyday life. Sometimes we just need a margarita and some glitter to give us that extra push. Sasha brings her unique brand of...
EP04: Deconstructing the “it all goes to plan” Myth
This week we are deconstructing our conversation from last week with Sarah Argenal. Here’s that episode. Sarah works in the fast-paced litigation field but set plans in motion when she began her family to transition into a work from home mom. Liz and Kate discuss: Study that women do more housework than their partners. **Clarification & Updates: Sarah worked as a Litigation Support Analyst (not as a lawyer), we misspoke in the episode! As a recent update, she still continues to work in...
EP03: Work at home mom of 2, learning to “balance” it all with Sarah Argenal
This week on the Mom Deconstructed Podcast we are talking with Sarah Argenal. Sarah Argenal is the Founder of the Working Parent Resource and Host of the Working Parent Resource Podcast. She facilitates candid conversations, offers reliable resources and provides practical training to help professional moms and dads integrate all aspects of their lives without sacrificing one area over another. Sarah has her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Adult Development and is a...
EP02: Sara Topping: Deconstructing the “Stay at Home Mom” Myth
This week we are deconstructing our conversation from last week with Sara Topping. Here’s that episode. Sara is a *mostly* stay at home mom of 3 young boys on the East End of Long Island. Liz and Kate discuss: the ups and downs of the myth that the “Stay at Home Mom” as the ideal.How we take it breath by breathHow storytelling plays a role in our lives (check out something scientific) Reasons why we started this podcast Link: Blog Post: What we fear most about our parenting...
EP01: Stay at home mom (not necessarily by choice) of 3 with Sara Topping
Sara Topping is a mom who lives with her husband, three sons, five chickens and dog on the East End of Long Island, NY and keeps a mostly disordered household. She is a co-founder of a local non-profit organization called the East End Birth Network and works part time as a massage therapist which is her licensed profession. She likes to think progressively and makes her own motherhood rule book with torn out pages from other fabulous moms and is constantly editing it. She finds calm in...