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This is the 1st radio broadcast for Mommy Universe's Mommy 2 Mommy. Single Moms, Adoptive moms, Moms of Teens, & Mom's of Children with Special Needs; Mommy Universe is here to help... you are NOT alone! I was chosen by God to be a single Mom of 6 ( 4 adopted & 2 biological). The very thing that we love to do, do without thinking, that can help others is the area that God wants to utilize you in. I am grateful for the opportunity to share what God has taught me. Thank you for being a part of this Powerful Movement. <3 RaMonda
Thought we were gone? Never that! Join the Literary Ladies of the ATL as we say see you later to our sister Kierra Petty upon her return to her home state of California. Stick around as we catch up on what each member has been working on and what the literary industry can expect from us all throughout the remainder of 2015
If you're anything like me, you've suffered from some level of procrastination. Year after year I toiled with this and thought something was actually wrong with me. I did not think I would ever start accomplishing the things I truly desired nor did I know how or where to begin.
On our next episode of Mommy Do Yo Thang we're going to talk about PROCRASTINATION and how to kick it in the rear. We're going to learn some easy techniques that will help you create better habits so you can start getting things done and building the life you turly desire.
Join us for a information packed episode. You won't want to miss this one ! We're about to get down to the nitty gritty of what's keeping us from the lives we want Mommy...
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Laurette Lynn offers commentary and perspectives on the ongoing battle between parents who make contrasting decisions in childcare. From co-sleeping to vaccinating, viewpoints, opinions and sometimes even truths of "right and wrong" are loosely defined. The struggle continues and many advocates fiercely defend and promulgate the agenda and plight of parental decisions. But Laurette proposes that the ferocity of activism is not always in the best interest of the child, but is instead a otherwise unnecessary stroke of ego.
Listen in to the pondering, then the suggested solutions offered on how to communicate our views more effectively and truly make it about learning and improving as parents, and as people.
WARNING: SOME POTENTIALLY UNSUITABLE LANGUAGE IS USED. PLEASE LISTEN WITH DISCRECION
For more information visit Laurettelynn.com
To suggest a topic or be a guest, contact: info at Laurettelynn . com
How many times have we had these Pinterest-worthy meals and by the time we get to them, they've turned into peanut butter and jelly sandwiches instead? As moms, it is easy for us to fall into a perfectionist mindset, but there's one thing we haven't considered. The blessing isn't in perfection... it is in the process! Learn some practical mommy management tips and when those fail, learn ways to give yourself some grace!
The music of Ghost Lit Kingdom features a textual blend of musical, dynamic and vocal contrast. Dual vocals, as unique together as they are apart, are lain upon a canvas of flowing sound; moving through sections of quiet substance to passages of powerful vigor.
"Anthemic alternative indie pop is the genre description of choice for this Southern California based quintet. Born from an acoustic side project and developed into an emotional catharsis filled with cascading dynamics, powerful vocal and lyrical substance, stunning musicianship and innovative songwriting, Ghost Lit Kingdom is poised to be the next indie band of note to come from the Los Angeles scene. The band draws from an eclectic set of influences including folk, pop, alternative, hip hop, jazz and many between to create a unique and cultivated sound that sets them apart from their fellow indie musicians. There is an energy in the music that is reborn on stage time and again, making the live show a captivating and moving experience. There are big things on the horizon for Ghost Lit Kingdom as they propel themselves into the LA music community."
· Shavona Floyd
· Kathy Schmugge
Tonight's show will address the importance of mentoring. What’s a mentor? How can a mentor help you through the challenges of parenthood and pregnancy loss? How can you become a mentor? Has another parent helped you on your grief journey?
Answer these questions and/or share your story with us!
“A mentor empowers a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained”
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