August 26, 2022 / Mom &… Podcast Episode 85 / New School Year Resolutions
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We don’t know about you, but even before we were parents back-to-school time was our true New Year, not January. With the exception of the years between graduating from college and having children, life has pretty much always functioned on an August-to-May timeline. It feels like the perfect time to explore some of what we’ve learned, but have yet to put into practice on a regular basis: Welcome to New [School] Year Resolutions Week.
Topics From This Episode
- Covid tests (expired)
- Cara Harvey & her perspective on living life in seasons
- Lasts for our kids, and ourselves
- Prepping for what happens after the lasts
- Be.Real app
- Stranger Things, and the differences in 80s vs now
- Avoidance techniques
- Clog socks – see photos
- Roomba – see photos
- We’re on TikTok and working on more videos!
- How to prevent social media eating our brains
- Catherine Pearlman episode
- Jodi Silverman’s FB group – Moms Who Dare
- Judith Gaton’s episode, and her recommendation to just “do one thing”
Our New [School] Year Resolutions:
- Create healthy boundaries for social media
- Learn to “eat the frog” (shout out to Julie Cole), do the thing you are putting off
- Revisit our values
- Elevate conversations with other moms in our circles
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