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The Confused Millennial Podcast How I Built This with Guy Raz That’s So Retrograde The Balanced Blonde Podcast As Told By Nomads Your Own Magic Ancient Wisdom Today The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman >>>UPDATED<<< Swipe Up Don’t Keep Your Day Job Growth Now Movement NOTABLE MENTIONS: Podcasts where I’m a guest: RELATED READSLooking for the best podcasts for 20 somethings & confused millennials at heart?! You’ve come to the right place! I’ve rounded up my “go-to” podcasts! Everything from spirituality, business development, and of course entertainment! Let me know in the comments what your favorite podcasts are!! The Confused Millennial Podcast I mean obviously, it’s the title of the podcast! Plus it’s my new podcast! I’m so excited to go deeper into the content you regularly see on the blog, share a little more about myself, and bring on some amazingggg guests that are my greatest teachers! Here are the top episodes so far: Tips & Tricks on Working With Brands ft Katherine from Slightly Savvy, Patience & Stalking: A Millennial Love Story, How To Use Color To Live Your Best Life & Heal ft Walaa from Color-Ways, Entrepreneurship: Tips for finding your place, staying motivated, & what to avoid If you haven’t already, make sure to click here to subscribe/rate/review the podcast!! ***ALSO I have to shout out Asha from Adventures with Asha before we go any further for taking the gorgeous cover photo in this post! After you read my favorite podcasts for 20 somethings & the confused millennials at …
The Fourth Trimester: from the babies perspective: The Fourth Trimester: from mama’s perspective: Here’s a list of tips and things to remember for surviving the fourth trimester The Hand Test Fed is best Baby wearing Skin to Skin Sleep Enlist help Give your body time and support Stay off the scale Express gratitude daily RELATED READS:This post is in partnership with Hancock Regional Hospital as part of their empowering women and children site. All thoughts, experiences, and opinions are my own. Be sure to check out their site for additional resources and support. The fourth trimester is no joke. Even with an “easy” baby I felt like a shell of a human being at times. The fourth trimester is that extra three months after baby has arrived where you and baby are continuing to grow together. I mean, you are probably/hopefully always going to be growing together – but this period is marked by daily, if not hourly or less, life time transitions. You both have been growing and changing at a dramatic rate through pregnancy, but surprise! It’s not over! These next few months you’ll be learning a slew of new things together. The Fourth Trimester: from the babies perspective: Your baby spent the last nine months or so in a climate controlled environment. The temperature was steady, it was always dark, and soft. They didn’t need to experience feeling hungry or having to pas gas or relieve themselves. All of the sudden, baby comes Earth side and his/her entire world has changed. There are new temperatures, …
Raise your hand if you avoid conflict at all costs! How to know if you’re conflict avoidance has gone too far… Why you shouldn’t freak out if you’re avoiding conflict How to keep the peace while working through conflict effectively RELATED READSRaise your hand if you avoid conflict at all costs! Does anyone actually like conflict?! Probably only masochists. I think avoiding conflict is an asset in many ways – it means you’re striving for peace. Truthfully though, avoiding conflict at all costs comes with grave consequences. When people don’t stand up for themselves or advocate for what they believe in they often are known as “people pleasers” and aren’t taken seriously. Why? Because they get a reputation that you won’t create any waves or don’t really have an opinion. Which means that ultimately, you’ll keep getting ignored or passed over, until you begin to feel undervalued and resentful and begin to manifest things sideways. How to know if you’re conflict avoidance has gone too far… No one takes you seriously when you talk You feel undervalued and under appreciated (or maybe even resentful and angry) You constantly obsess over work – even when not at work Experiencing an increase in anxiety or anger Feel stagnant, burnt out, or overly stressed Are beginning to develop more headaches, difficulty sleeping, or other physical ailments Why you shouldn’t freak out if you’re avoiding conflict Listen, rare is the person who jumps up …