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Mindful Mama Mentor Hunter Clarke-Fields shares inspiration, interviews, and more. Mindful Mama is about becoming a less irritable, more joyful parent. We know that you cannot give what you do not have. And when you are thriving, when you have calm and peace within – then you can give it to your children. Learn about Mindful Parenting. Listen and get inspired!
 
On our podcast, we shine a light on education solutions for the modern age, so parents wanting a better alternative to traditional education can make confident, informed choices. We interview knowledge experts on topics like financial literacy, mindset, and differently wired kids. We also have a lot of fun talking with parents and kids who share their unique inspiring stories about their own learning path. This is valuable information you simply won’t find anywhere else.
 
THE DJ BE EXPERIENCE DJ BE (Diversifiedsound / ATL House Notes / Celebrate / Afro*Disiac Live Radio / 4Deep) Home Base: Atlanta, GA Styles: Deep Soulful Afro House + Lounge & Soul. Much can be said of a DJ that plays to win. A DJ, much like a point guard running his team’s offense on the court, brings their A game to any environment, home court advantage or not. This is the playing field for one of Atlanta’s “hardest working house music DJs.” DJ BE, AKA BEasy, electrocutes the atmosphere wit ...
 
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Everyone wants to be a better parent, but with no instruction manual, it can be very daunting. Hunter and I discuss how becoming a better parent starts with us turning inwards and doing inner work on ourselves. We discuss how to break the cycle or reactive parenting and how communication with your child is so key! About Hunter Clarke-Fields Hunter …
 
When my kids were little, I really wanted to get them in the habit of giving back and doing service projects. However, I discovered that it can be challenging to find age-appropriate volunteer opportunities for little kids. Today, I am joined by Sarah Aadland. As a program director for Doing Good Together, Sarah creates and curates tools to help fa…
 
Do we need to be looking at more sustainable alternatives to meat? Myself and Paul look at why anyone would want to grow real meat from animal cells. We look at the process of growing meat from animal cells and what impact that might have on the world we live in. We also look at the difference between plant-based alternatives and meat from animal c…
 
How often do we find ourselves not really paying attention to what we’re doing? We may be going through the motions, but we’re thinking about something else, not being fully present to what we’re doing. Today, I have a fascinating conversation with Dr. Amishi Jha, professor of psychology at the University of Miami and author of Peak Mind, about the…
 
Do you find that all too often you’re having to bark orders to get things done? What if there was a better, more playful way to get your kids to cooperate? Today, I talk with Dr. Lawrence J. Cohen, psychologist and author of Playful Parenting and The Opposite of Worry, about the importance of play in childhood and how we can tap into our child’s in…
 
One of the biggest known problems for servicemen and women who leave the forces is going back to living on 'civvy street' after years of potentially becoming institutionalised. In today's episode, Dan shares how his mental health suffered after leaving the RAF but not due to PTSD which is what many are assumed to struggle with when they leave. This…
 
To celebrate, we made a special "Best Of" episode with the top 5 Mindful Mama convos of 2021. Listen to learn about: How To Be Less Reactive How to Communicate More Skillfully With Your Kids Unconditional Parenting The Science of Self Care How to Help Kids With Self-Regulation *New!* Watch video clips from this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube c…
 
We are energy beings, unfortunately, the majority of us are unaware of this fact and how to harness it to take control of our lives and live it to its fullest. My guest today is Mary Ann Marriott who for the past two decades has immersed herself in what she calls Universal University, learning as much as she can about our mindset, energy and connec…
 
Have you ever reacted strongly to something your kid has done, and then later regretted how you handled it? Does this happen way more often than you’d care to admit? Include me in that camp! My guest today Hunter Clarke-Fields had her own breakthrough moment. Years ago, she noticed her young toddler was becoming fearful from momma’s yelling, and sh…
 
Can we have success without others? Today, I talk to Parker Palmer, Founder and Senior Partner Emeritus of the Center for Courage & Renewal, is a writer, teacher, and activist who focuses on issues in education, community, leadership, spirituality, and social change. We discuss filling human need and the importance of community. *New!* Watch video …
 
I cannot believe we are at episode 100! Thank you to everyone who has helped us get to this amazing milestone. We are just getting started and have some amazing seeds being planted behind the scenes. Today I have one of my clients and now friend Vikki Mills discussing her journey of losing 115lbs so far. Vikki gives a very real raw honest account o…
 
Dr. Jeannine Jannot is an academic coach and the author of The Disintegrating Student: Struggling But Smart, Falling Apart, and How To Turn It Around. She has over 25 years of experience working with children, teens, and young adults in both public and private school settings. In 2014 she founded The Balanced Student, which offers customized academ…
 
Today, I talk to Ex-NFL kicker Sean Conley. Sean shares his story of how he was able to re-center his life after suffering career-ending injuries from overtraining. He began practicing yoga as part of his rehabilitation, and soon embraced yoga’s mindfulness, meditation, and philosophy. *New!* Watch video clips from this episode on the Mindful Mama …
 
TW// Sexual Assault & R*pe . . . Have you been made to feel ashamed of a crime you didn't commit? Have you felt worried about telling your story? Rena shares with you today how she overcame childhood sexual abuse and how she found the power in sharing her story. This episode if incredibly powerful as we also talk about the best way to listen to som…
 
In the U.S. we firmly believe in freedom and independence, but is our current parenting culture one that teaches our children how to be free, independent people? I had a fascinating conversation with Sara Zaske, author of Achtung Baby: An American Mom on the German Art of Raising Self-Reliant Children, about her experience living in Germany for mor…
 
Do you sometimes struggle with life throwing you a curveball? If you do then you aren't alone, one of the biggest people struggle with is the social and emotional skills needed to deal with change and become more resilient. Kate & I deep dive into what resilience means to her and the strategies she teaches to help people become the best version of …
 
Covid restrictions have put enormous pressure on a lot of kids. One research study reveals that depression and anxiety in youth has doubled compared to pre-pandemic levels. One in 4 adolescents globally are experiencing clinically elevated depression symptoms, while 1 in 5 youth are experiencing clinically elevated anxiety symptoms." What we have i…
 
What is a great way to build confidence in your kids? Affirmations! Today, I talk to Sandy Zanella, a mom of 2, a physician by training, and a kids yoga teacher. She is also the author and creator of “Happy Yogis,” a colorful pose by pose book inspired by her kids. In our conversation, we discuss the benefits of affirmations (for both you AND your …
 
Do you always feel like there aren't enough hours in the day? Do you feel like important things you would like to do for yourself never get done? In today's episode, Mike and I discuss how I have adopted a fluid structure & routine that allows me to win the day but not be crippled with rigidity. I share exactly how I do what I do. The Prime Life Pr…
 
I’m really excited for today’s show, which is especially for parents raising differently wired children - children with learning disabilities, ADHD, twice-exceptional, autism, sensory processing challenges, anxiety, giftedness and more. I didn’t realize that more than 20 percent of today’s children are in some way neurologically atypical. My guest …
 
A lot of us have heard things like, “first born children are leaders” or “Youngest children are more relaxed” but is there any truth to character traits being associated with birth order. Today, I talk to Yvonne Nass, Certified Parent Educator and family counselor, about the truth behind these claims and why it matters. If you enjoyed this episode,…
 
What does a spiritual journey look like? All too often we think that in order to go along a spiritual path we need to sit on a mountain and live a Buddhist lifestyle when the reality is being spiritual looks different to different people. Today Ali and I discuss his journey from Personal Trainer to a Spiritual Path and owning a gym. Ali West's Link…
 
My guest today, Shelby Kretz has a dream - to create a world where everyone is accepted for who they are. For her, that means we investing in the next generation. Alongside other topics like maths, sciences and the arts, they also need awareness of social justice. Parents play an important role in this, but talking about social justice issues can b…
 
What is the goal of parenting? If you could magically snap your fingers and have a happy, healthy, emotionally well-adjusted 30-year-old, would you? Would you fast forward life, just to get the outcome you are hoping for? This is the question posed by today’s guest Jill Stoddard. Jill is director of The Center for Stress and Anxiety Management, an …
 
Did you thrive or survive in school? Martin and I go back to school to discuss how the outdated school system is 'wasting human potential.' Martin dives into the benefits of holistic teaching that sees the student as an individual rather than simply a means to improve the schools rating. About Martin Illingworth An English specialist with over twen…
 
Children (heck, all of us) need free time to balance out their activities, get to know themselves, and feel peaceful. Today, I talk about the hidden opportunity cost of having an action packed schedule versus adding in some time to just BE. Are you ready to transform your family life? Get on the waitlist for Mindful Parenting! >> https://mindfulpar…
 
Yann wasn’t an ideal student. He struggled with school, mostly getting bad grades. Not because he wasn't smart... he just wasn't motivated by what school had to offer. He did try university, because that is what his parents wanted him to do, and dropped out after the first year. Nothing seemed to fit, and he was determined not to settle... he would…
 
How do you practice Mindful Parenting with little kids? Joanna Faber & Julie King have written the book on it. Their communication lessons have the power to completely transform your relationship with your toddler. *New!* Watch video clips from this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in som…
 
Money! We all need it but most of us are never taught how to use it properly, and as a result, end up in financial difficulty of some sort. Chris and I share our own experiences with debt and Chris shares his blueprint for becoming free. Becoming financially literate is one of the most mentally rewarding things that you can do, and Chris & I aim to…
 
For as long as there has been compulsory schooling, students have asked, “Do I really have to go to school through 12th grade? Isn’t there some other way?” The conventional answer most parents respond with is, “No, there is no other way. You just have to make the best of it.” That was what they did, and they survived. That answer didn’t satisfy Ken…
 
Why do our needs, much less wants and dreams, seem to be secondary to the needs, wants, and dreams of those around us? Today, I talk to Dr. Gertrude Lyons, a professional life coach, host of the mot(HER) podcast, and founder of the Rewriting The Mother Code initiative. Dr. Lyons asserts that all women have a “mother code” instilled in them—the curr…
 
Dr Fleet and I have a conversation that I will never forget! Not only discussing how he was living a double life that ultimately caught up with him but from an impromptu conversation about grief. If you or someone that you know has lost a loved one Dr Fleet articulates his multiple personal experiences with grief in a way that will help you come to…
 
In today’s episode, I share my journey into mindfulness. It can be challenging to begin practicing mindfulness regularly, so I share what I have found works well for me and the benefits I have experienced by making mindfulness a priority. Are you ready to transform your family life? Get on the waitlist for Mindful Parenting! >> https://mindfulparen…
 
I’m excited to have on the show today a guest who has dedicated much of his life to reforming government and education. He’s on a quest to bring America’s public education into the 21st century, and there is one solution he believes is key to making that happen. Charter schools have produced what some experts believe to be the most rapid academic i…
 
Do you ever look at other parents and wonder how you measure up? Today, I talk to the hosts of the podcast, Family Looking Up, Andrea Nielson, Beth Millward, and Camille Ward. Three very funny women, with very different upbringings, and very different parenting styles. We talk about the struggle of comparison, appreciation for others, and accepting…
 
Robert and I discuss the fascinating topic of developing an adaptable mindset and why its so important in modern society. Robert shares how he originally got hooked on this topic and how he helps people create cognitive flexibility to reconnect with meaning and experience life optimally. About Robert Robert Overweg is the founder of the Adaptable M…
 
Perfectionism is often seen as a positive trait that increases your chances of success, but it can lead to self-defeating thoughts or behaviors that make it harder to achieve goals. In this episode, I talk about the problems with perfectionism and the habits that thwart our chances for success. Remember, your child doesn’t need you to be perfect, t…
 
Victoria Ransom, founder & CEO of Prisma, her middle school alternative to the antiquated education system. But don't call Prisma a school - she prefers a Connected Learning Network that aims to bring joy to learning today, and prepare millions of kids to thrive in the world of tomorrow. She's a highly successful entrepreneur from New Zealand, most…
 
Do you have to dig through closets to find what you need? Do your kids complain that they have nothing to play with, but their bedrooms are covered in toys? In today’s episode, I talk to Diane Boden, author of “Minimalist Moms: Living and Parenting With Simplicity” and host of the Minimalist Moms podcast. Diane gives practical advice on how we can …
 
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It's been said that 'The quality of your life is defined by the questions you ask'. But do you ever stop to think how powerful the questions you ask yourself every day really are to the outcome of your life? In today's episode, I want to show you why the questions you ask yourself are so powerful and how you can get the answers that you want. The P…
 
Has your meditation practice been inconsistent, maybe non-existent? Do you feel as though there are so many things to do during the day, that having a regular meditation practice would be nice, but struggle to find where to fit it in? In this episode, I share 8 tips for finding time to meditate. Are you ready to transform your family life? Get on t…
 
Today we shine a light on youth taking action in education and in the world. Addie Lentzner is a 17 year old with a passion for social change. She is the founder of the Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network. This group of students promotes anti-racism in schools through curriculum change. She’s involved in homelessness work, with an ambitious goal to…
 
Today, I talk to Darcey Fairchild, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the first Certified Mindful Parenting Teacher! She takes us through her journey of healing and how this path led her to the Mindful Parenting Teacher Training. She shares how she is using her Mindful Parenting skills to help families change the dynamic in their homes, as well as…
 
Zac and I have a raw honest conversation about struggling with mental health. Having been through it myself, and with zac currently struggling we felt like it was the right time to have an open honest conversation. There is no denying that people are struggling at this moment in time especially so this episode is simply aimed at being a beacon of h…
 
Technology dominates most of our lives. Do you remember what life was like without a smartphone? Cars are basically now computers with 4 wheels, and in the future we’ll all have self-driving vehicles. Every aspect of life is affected by technology in one way or another. That in turn means the demand for computing skills is exploding. My guest today…
 
Raising a neurodiverse child comes with a unique set of challenges. Today, I talk to Julie Falcone, author of “Dear Loved Ones" An Honest Guide to Helping the Special Needs Family You Love, and mother of four. Julie gives an insider’s view into the family life of a family with not one, but three neurodiverse children. We talk about raising kids wit…
 
Amir and I take you on a journey into the magical worlds of mushrooms. Today's episode has 4 distinct parts the first being how Amir and his family initially got into mushroom farming, how Amir cured his Lymes disease with the help of mushrooms, how mushrooms can be used medically and finally the future of mushrooms including psychedelic use for me…
 
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