Who’s ready for a little bit of happiness today? Specifically, happiness at home. In today's episode, we talk with Ming Shelby about the 3 habits you should develop to bring more happiness into your home. Once you start implementing these, your family will thank you and you'll being to feel the happiness more often within your four walls.
ABOUT MING SHELBY
Ming is an educator, speaker, and host of The Courage Up Podcast. Her happiest days are connecting with others, inspiring them to be courageous in their lives. Ming is a National Board Certified teacher who received her Bachelors degree in Education and Masters degree in Educational Psychology, specializing in Curriculum, Technology, and Educational Reform from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She also has her Ed.S in Administration and Supervision along with her English as a Second Language endorsement.
In this episode Ming Shelby shared 3 Habits to Bring More Happiness...
As parents, it is OUR responsibility to break the generational patterns of racism. It is our responsibility to be the change and empower our children to be the change. It’s not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist. We should all be doing more, so today I am sharing what I have found in my own research on how we can talk to our kids about race and racism. This is not an exhaustive list, I am not an expert on racism and I don’t have all of the answers, I am just a real mom wanting to learn and help other moms do the same.
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Hey everyone. I hope you’re all having a great week. Man, has 2020 thrown us for a loop this year. Right? So many of us have been dealing with so much over the past few months that I wanted to just take...
Hey everyone in light of what’s going on in the world around us I will not be sharing our regularly scheduled podcast today. Instead, I will be using this space to share the names of black people slain by police violence or victims of hate crimes. I will also be sharing some resources that I’ve come across and that I am utilizing to educate myself further on racism. I strongly encourage you to do the same.
These names only represent a very small handful of victims of racism but their names deserve to be known and heard.
Trayvon Martin Age 17 killed in 2012
Tamir Rice Age 12 killed in 2014
Michael Brown Age 18 killed in 2014
Eric Garner age 43 killed in 2014
Sandra Bland Age 28 killed in 2015
Freddie Gray age 25 killed in 2015
Alton Sterling age 37 killed in 2016
Philando Castile age 32 killed in 2016
Botham Jean age 26 killed in 2018
Atatiana Jefferson age 28 killed in 2019
Ahmaud Arbery age 25 killed in 2020
Doug Lewis age 39 killed in...
Is it possible to have an amicable divorce? Divorce Coach, Kristine Travis, has proven that you CAN.
Almost every divorce involving children starts with the goal of keeping things amicable, but over 90% of them turn nuclear within the first 90 days. Kristine shares the top 3 reasons almost amicable divorces turn nasty and how to prevent them from ruining yours.
You have ONE life - what’s your strategy? Are you going to love every day of your life or just let life lead you?
It doesn’t matter WHY you got divorced, what matters more is the strategy behind what your divorce is going to look like and what your future is going to look like moving forward
A lot of people feel like they are going to have an amicable divorce in the beginning, and then things begin to derail. There are so many ways to prevent your divorce from turning nuclear, but Kristine’s top 3 include:
Money is something that makes a lot of people uncomfortable - it’s something that can be a big source of overwhelm for so many of us, but once you face it head-on, you feel so much better and can truly set yourself up for success.
Our guest, Laura Davis, will reveal the one thing you should begin doing today to feel more confident with your personal finances. Laura is a Financial Planner with Cuthbert Financial Guidance and founder of Laura D. Money, an educational platform where regular people, like you and I, can learn about personal finance.
Welcome to Motherhood Aligned. My name is Katy Weade and I'm thrilled that you're here! Motherhood Aligned was created for moms who are ready to bust through the overwhelm and live life on purpose.
I want every mother to parent confidently and to find joy in every single day.
I created Motherhood Aligned because I’m passionate about parenting, I’m passionate about living intentionally, and I’m passionate about helping others. I love personal growth, productivity, and finding ways to live in alignment.
Through this podcast and personal coaching, I hope to help you feel in alignment with your life, too.