School for Mothers Podcast

School for Mothers Podcast

By School for Mothers

The School for Mothers podcast, hosted by entrepreneur and mother of 10, Danusia Malina-Derben. Expect intelligent, irreverent, empowered and, frankly, diverse mothers talking about their lives; from the struggles, downright miracles to their whoop worthy wins. We’re all united by being #MothersAnd so much more.

Episodes

#85: SLAY - Yvadney Davis

Find your own SLAY. I’m joined by stylist and founder, Yvadney Davis, for an episode all about self celebration. We get into expressing ourselves, balancing glamour with the practical and going fearlessly after what we want. Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/85-slay-yvadney-davis/
27/05/2037m 21s

How Not To F**k Up Your Taxes - Lindsay Henson - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Are you tax savvy? Tax investigations specialist Lindsay Henson joins me to share her wisdom on all things tax. This episode is all about making sure you’re clued up on what’s needed. Lindsay’s quite the character and this ep includes great tips and few stories too.  Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/how-not-to-fk-up-your-taxes-lindsay-henson
24/05/2047m 14s

#84: TONE - Susie Valerio

What do our voices say about us? This sassy ep delves into speaking out, and why tone matters + lots of more. I’m joined by expert Voice Over Artist, Susie Valerio, who’s worked with some of the world’s biggest brands including Microsoft, Google, BMW and many more.  Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/84-tone-susie-valerio/ 
20/05/2047m 57s

#83: MESS - Pollyanna Lenkic

Is a confidence injection what you need? Try this episode, and see what you think. I'm joined by Pollyanna Lenkic, Coach and Author for an episode that explores the mess "confidence". We get stuck into the realities of our relationship with confidence, the patriarchy, and beliefs.  Read the Mothers & COVID-19 Special Report >>  https://schoolformothers.ck.page/7f11718883  Head over to the full show notes on the SFM website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/83-mess-pollyanna-lenkic/
13/05/2039m 12s

Mothers & COVID-19 - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

The results are in! Our Mothers & COVID-19 Special Report and infographic is ready for you to delve into. I'm joined by my business manager (and eldest daughter) Harriet, to explore the surprises we encountered along the way and the irony of living the data ourselves. Follow this link to download your copy of the Special Report >> https://schoolformothers.ck.page/7f11718883 If you're already on our email list your copy is ready and waiting for you in your inbox. I'd love to know your thoughts on the report and data - you can email me on hello@schoolformothers.com. 
10/05/2029m 24s

#82: OUT - Lucy Griffiths

How do we make ourselves more visible? I’m joined by entrepreneur and journalist, Lucy Griffiths to explore putting ourselves OUT there. We cover developing confidence, groomed vs real + raw plus incontinence. Yes, Lucy shares her experience with incontinence and how she doesn’t let it stop her. Join our list and get the SFM Special Report >>> https://schoolformothers.ck.page/0bd1a8e229 Read the full show notes over on our website >>> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/82-out-lucy-griffiths/
06/05/2042m 47s

#81: NORM - Mandy Lehto

Is this the perfect opportunity to think outside of the NORM? Mandy Lehto, coach and corporate trainer, joins me for an episode all about coping with a time that’s totally NOT normal, and using it to get clearer. We get into: - Devotion // Discipline - People pleasing - “Bouncing back” “In the rush to return to normal use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to.” Dave Hollis Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/81-norm-mandy-lehto/
29/04/2053m 46s

Sleep Training For Parents - Stephanie Modell - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Not getting enough space because the kids just will not go to sleep? This ep might be just what you need as I’m joined by Sleep Specialist, Stephanie Modell. Stephanie shares her tips for getting the right routine in place to make sure sleep is a given.   SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER HERE >> https://schoolformothers.ck.page/0bd1a8e229  Read the full show notes over on our website >>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/sleep-training-for-parents-stephanie-modell
26/04/2045m 31s

#80: FIERCE - Vanessa Vallely OBE

FIERCELY serving others - that’s what my guest this week is all about. In this episode I’m joined by Vanessa Vallely OBE, Managing Director of WeAreTheCity and *so* much more. I explore with Vanessa: Why serving others is where it’s at Keeping up our resilience “Questionable” choices Important questions  Read the full show notes over on our website >>>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/80-fierce-vanessa-vallely/
22/04/2040m 19s

#79: FLOW - Maisie Hill

Ready to harness the power of your cycle? My guest this week is Menstrual Health Expert and Bestselling Author, Maisie Hill. I explore with Maisie exactly how we can get in agreement and more:  Learning the FLOW of our cycle How can we use it to our advantage Maisie’s bestselling book, Period Power : https://amzn.to/3emrivL   Using pleasure to overcome pain  Read the full show notes over on our website >>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/79-flow-maisie-hill/
15/04/2047m 24s

Why Touch Matters - Steph Dominy - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

The power of touch is often overlooked but in a time when social distancing rules, are we getting enough? In this ep I’m joined by Steph Dominy, Lawyer, Blogger and Lingerie enthusiast to explore Why Touch Matters. We get into: Platonic touch Self-pleasure and exploration A special massage Stephanie had Why touch is healing and restorative  Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/sunday-supplemt-steph-dominy/
12/04/2044m 19s

#78: SMOOTH - Jessica Chivers

Work/life/self/space balance isn’t always SMOOTH. In this ep I’m joined by Jessica Chivers, coaching psychologist, author and Founder of The Talent Keeper Specialists. Jessica is unapologetic for her choices and that’s why I love this episode. We explore so much in this inspirational ep including:  Employee vs Entrepreneur Mindset Does everyone have the skills to be an entrepreneur?  Dividing up labour in the home - what works best? Jessica shares her behind-the-scenes  Being Mum to SEN children  www.talentkeepers.co.uk  www.comebackcommunity.co.uk   Read the full show notes over on our website >>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/78-smooth-jessica-chivers/     School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
08/04/2045m 21s

#77: SEEN - Sarah Olney MP

How can we take up space and be SEEN? In this episode I’m joined by  Sarah Olney, MP for Richmond Park. We discuss being SEEN and the unseen work that’s always going on behind the scenes for mothers. Sarah shares candidly about failing and getting right back up. We obviously had to discuss Boris’s hair - and question, would a woman “get away” with such a disheveled personal brand?    Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/77-seen-sarah-olney/ 
01/04/2042m 34s

Here’s How COVID-19 Can Hurt Your Career - Rebekah Bostan - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Can we predict the long-term impact of COVID-19 on working mothers’ careers? In this ep I’m joined by Rebekah Bostan, Data Operations Manager and flexible work advocate. We explore the need for a personal contingency plan - where homeschooling is NOT the top of the list. If you’re wondering how to balance the upcoming months this episode will help get your priorities in order. Read the full show notes over on our website >>> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/sunday-supplement-rebekah-bostan/
29/03/201h 0m

#74: Relationships and COVID-19 - Darya and Alex Haitoglou

“Have low expectations. You’ll be surprised how little we need to be happy” << That's my favourite quote from my conversation with Darya and Alex Haitoglou.  In this episode, my very first with a couple (!), we explore how we can find a new flow that suits both partners, how to manage emotions in close-quarters and how we can strengthen our relationships during crisis. Darya is a leading relationship expert and Alex is a Facilitator of Change and Co-Founder of Enrich Global (as well as being a a top exec in a large UK company).   Read the full shownotes over on our website >>> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/74-relationships-and-covid-19-darya-and-alex-haitoglou/
25/03/2037m 25s

Being a Mother without a Mum on Mother’s Day - Georgina Fuller - BONUS

What’s it like not having your own Mother to celebrate with on Mother’s Day? My guest for this special episode is freelance journalist and speaker, Georgina Fuller. She’s been a journalist for over 15 years and has written for everyone from Take a Break to Tatler.  In this episode I discuss with Georgina what not having a mother means when you’re a mother yourself, the things most missed and dealing with grief.  Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/being-a-mother-without-a-mum-on-mothers-day-georgie-fuller/
22/03/2046m 44s

#73: CHANGE - Kizzy Gardiner

How do we create CHANGE? My guest Kizzy Gardiner, is the first official maternity cover EVER appointed to be an MP - isn’t that mad and frankly astonishing? And it’s an “experiment”. We explore stepping into new spaces, allyship + feminism and bearing the honour and burden as a pioneering woman.    Read the full show notes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/73-change-kizzy-gardiner/
18/03/2042m 18s

The Pill: Not The Only Answer - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT with Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

What does the PILL really do? My guest Lisa doesn’t shy away from this contentious issue! We explore myths about the pill and the *real* impact of being on the Pill -  and whether in fact even questioning the Pill as birth control is feminist, or not! Lisa Hendrickson-Jack is an Author, Host of the Fertility Friday Podcast, Certified Fertility Awareness Educator and Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner.  Head to our full shownotes on our website >>> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/the-pill-not-the…unday-supplement/
15/03/2046m 17s

#72: SHIFT - Phanella Fine

How do we SHIFT gears to something new? As a former lawyer and banker, my guest Executive Coach Phanella Fine, is no stranger to SHIFTing to a new industry. We explore our obsession with purpose and meaning, how to nail networking and “sharenting”.    Read the full show notes over on our website >  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/72-shift-phanella-fine/  
11/03/2042m 10s

#71: SERVE - Taban Shoresh

How can we SERVE each other? In this episode I’m joined by Taban Shoresh. Self-described as “the accidental activist”, Taban shares her incredible journey from child genocide survivor to Founder of non-profit The Lotus Flower. We explore listening the calling to SERVE, going back to our roots and how we can all effect change.    Read the full shownotes over on our website >> https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/71-serve-taban-shoresh/   School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
04/03/2041m 22s

The Shy Guide to Being Funny – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT with Lynne Parker

GSOH? This Sunday Supplement is all about being FUNNY WOMEN onstage, at work and everywhere else. Exec Producer and Founder of Funny Women, Lynne Parker, shares her top tips on having the confidence to experiment with comedy and speak out more.   Read the full show notes over on our website >>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/funny-women-with-lynne-parker-sunday-supplement   
01/03/2049m 50s

#70: WEALTH - Emilie Bellet

Is money the last taboo? My guest this week is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to changing women’s relationship to WEALTH. Emilie Bellet is founder of Vestpod and author of Bestseller “You’re Not Broke, You’re Pre-Rich”. We talk money mindsets, Emilie’s recommended reading list and why a man is never a financial plan.  Read the full shownotes over on our website >>  https://www.schoolformothers.com/podcast_sfm/70-wealth-emilie-bellet/
26/02/2050m 14s

#69: not TOO much – Jeanette Leblanc

What does it mean to be TOO MUCH? Kickass Author, Jeanette Leblanc joins me for a provocative episode dedicated to all the women deemed TOO MUCH. This is an ep for you if you’re interested in:   Kicking shame to the curb  Following your own path  Exploring the power within   Read the full show notes over on our website   School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram   
19/02/2055m 26s

Napping with Cara Moore - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Ready to tap into the power of napping? Cara Moore, founder of ProNappers, shares her expert advice and tips for harnessing the power of sleep in the day. We explore how napping can have a positive impact on our mood and productivity *and* how to get the best naps into a busy day.  SLEEP with Dr Helen Driver Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
16/02/2042m 32s

#68: BOND - Harriet Malina-Derben

What does the BOND between a mother and daughter mean when they’re *both* adults? I’m joined by Harriet Malina-Derben, my right-hand-woman and eldest daughter, for a candid conversation exploring the importance of that bond. Harriet shares why she’s keen to keep the matriarchal line strong and how she sees her role of adult daughter. We talk Shrill (no spoilers, promise), angsty teen years and hormones. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
12/02/2028m 10s

#67: SKILL – Louise Webster

How can we focus on getting our SKILLs out into the world? In this ep I’m joined by Founder of Beyond the School Run, Louise Webster. Louise and Beyond the School Run work to inspire, engage and connect parents with their skills and talents in the hours available to them. We talk everything from empowerment, hidden talents and that “middle ground”.  WEDNESDAY 12th FEBRUARY EVENT  #6 GUILT: Jo Wimble-Groves Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
05/02/2036m 58s

SLEEP - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT with HELEN DRIVER

Re-releasing this insightful episode on SLEEP. It’s essential to optimal functioning, and the benefits are multi-faceted; but are professional working women really getting enough? I’m joined by expert somnologist, Dr. Helen Driver, to discuss the key to getting those recommended 7-8 hours. Not only do we get into how to get a good night’s sleep; we cover snoring, the benefits of sex and more. Helen also shares insights on the three hormonal phases that affect sleep patterns for women. Whether you’re an insomniac or a sleep lover, be sure to listen in. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
02/02/2058m 14s

#66: REACH – Lucy Chamberlain

How can we REACH for those big goals? My guest Lucy Chamberlain and I explore reaching our potential, being unapologetic and not shying away from being ambitious. As founder of a multi-million-pound business that allows her rapidly expanding team to fulfil their own career goals, Lucy is certainly walking her talk.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
29/01/2051m 32s

#65: WILD – Annabel Thomas

Creating a new market for something “traditional” is completely WILD – and exactly what our guest, Annabel Thomas has done. As Founder and CEO of Nc’Nean Whisky she’s challenging the stuffy norms of the industry. In this episode we talk raising capital, sustainability and forging forward without a prototype. If you’ve ever considered stepping into being a bold entrepreneur this is the ep for you.
22/01/2037m 1s

BONUS 2 - Sunday Supplement

Hunker down for a steamy BONUS Sunday Supplement episode. January can be a tough month for many - often a time when we need something a little, urm, different to break up the grey days... If you're a long term listener you may remember a similar episode back in December 2018. Word of warning: not an episode to play with the kids around!
19/01/2016m 47s

#64: LEAVE – Emma Heptonstall

Fear not, this is a Brexit free LEAVE conversation. My expert guest, Emma Heptonstall, shares exactly how to be bold and LEAVE a marriage/relationship that isn’t working. Recovering lawyer and author of “How to be a Lady Who Leaves, the Ultimate Guide to Getting Divorce Ready”, Emma and I discuss how to have clarity on what you want, how to avoid playing the “victim” and much more.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
15/01/2044m 28s

#63: FIRE - Meryl Lynn Ranzer

How do we stoke the FIRE and create change? I’m joined by life-long activist Meryl Lynn Ranzer to explore how we can access the activist within and put them to work! We talk civil-disobedience, human rights and Meryl shares her top tips for finding your FIRE. Remember; your voice matters.   Read the full show notes over on our website    School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
08/01/2045m 50s

#62: ENOUGH – Marisa Peer

Start 2020 knowing you are ENOUGH. Marisa Peer, world-renowned speaker, RTT trainer and best-selling author, and I delve into how we are always enough. First shared on Christmas Day 2018, I’m re-sharing this ep as it’s the perfect way to kick-off 2020. After all, whatever we have planned (or indeed achieve) in 2020, we are all enough. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
01/01/2052m 21s

CHRISTMAS CALM with Lottie Storey – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

How can we stay CALM and grounded this CHRISTMAS? Tis the season to be jolly and, quite frankly, a tad overwhelmed too! Lottie Storey, writer-podcaster-trainee-counsellor-and-psychology-geek, shares how we can all stay present at Christmas time. Listen in for actionable tips that focus on the simple things and more.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
22/12/1948m 5s

#60: LIFT – Aneela Rose

Power LIFTing takes physical and mental strength . PR Agency Owner & British Powerlifting Champion 2019, Aneela Rose, is on the podcast to talk all things LIFT. From newbie in 2012 to Champion in 2019, Aneela is on an incredible journey that takes both physical and mental strength. Aneela and I get into failure as an essential, how to build strength and what it takes to achieve lofty goals.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
18/12/1944m 18s

RELATIONSHIPS AT CHRISTMAS with Alexandra Stockwell - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

RELATIONSHIPS AT CHRISTMAS can feel some added pressure. Alexandra Stockwell, Relationship and Intimacy Expert, joins me to share actionable advice on how to ease through the season. It’s less about fancier gifts and *all* about getting in touch with how we want to feel this Christmas.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
15/12/1949m 23s

#59: BOARD – Caroline Sage

How do more women get onto BOARDs? Our guest this week has an idea, or two! Caroline Sage, Entrepreneur and founder of Kea Consultants joins me to discuss her passions: leadership, boardrooms and working women. We explore fairer decision-making processes, how arrogance often hides insecurity and big life ambitions.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
11/12/1951m 50s

STYLE AT CHRISTMAS with Sally Smy - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Easy and simple STYLE AT CHRISTMAS with stylist Sally Smy. Sally joins us to share how to feel and look stylish at Christmas - with a twist! Sally cuts through style advice that focuses on constantly buying new things. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss the next Christmas Sunday Supplement instalment.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
08/12/1949m 1s

#58: SEEK – Dr Joanna Martin

What are you SEEKing? I’m joined by Dr. Joanna Martin, renowned visionary and coach, to discuss all things SEEK. We delve into paradoxes, masculine & feminine energies and power. My favourite quote from this ep? “The better we know ourselves, the better we do life”.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
04/12/1945m 51s

#57: CLIFF - Mandie Gower

Making a big life change can feel as risky as standing on a CLIFF-edge. Mandie Gower, former Executive Editor of Stylist Magazine, joins me to discuss pivoting and much more. Mandie knows all about big life changes having recently moved to Amsterdam, leaving her high-flying editor post in London. Join us as we delve into how we can all tap into our former and future selves to make clearer decisions.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
27/11/1957m 57s

FEMINIST CHRISTMAS - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

How can we have a FEMINIST Christmas? In this solo ep, I talk all things Christmas and gender equality - what a festive combo! I explore tips that cut the stress, cut gender bias from gift-buying, and more. Join us in December for our special Christmas Series of Sunday Supplements - designed to make Christmas easy and simple. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
24/11/1917m 44s

#56: OOMPH – Upasna Bhadhal

How can we bring more OOMPH to our career? My guest this week Upasna Bhadhal, founder of Career Collective,  and I explore how to have OOMPH in the world of business and beyond. We talk over how to keep focused on your vision, gender bias and being clear about the impact we want. This ep is fast-paced- prepare for a ride! Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
20/11/191h 1m

#55: MIND – Nicky Young

Our MINDs are our greatest assets. In this ep I’m joined by Nicky Young, MullenLowe Salt group MD and mental health advocate. We cover all things leadership + mental health; from burnout, “losing your mind” and being strong. Since her own mental breakdown in 2017 and recovery, Nicky shares her story in the hope she will catch others before they fall. Utilising her platform, Nicky works to destigmatise mental illness within the workplace, starting with leadership. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
13/11/1956m 19s

PASSIONATE PARTNERSHIPS with Alexandra Stockwell - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

How can we create PASSIONATE PARTNERSHIPS? My guest this week, Relationship and Intimacy Expert Alexandra Stockwell, is all about guiding women and men to bring pleasure and purpose into every aspect of life. In this ep, we talk *not* compromising, cultivating curiosity and defining what foreplay really is. Alexandra takes us through her 3 Step method for sharing with vulnerability in relationships (grab a notebook for this!).  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
10/11/1959m 20s

#54: THRIVE – Julie Woods

How can we THRIVE in the face of adversity? My guest this week, Julie Woods, has much to share on this topic. Known lovingly as “that blind woman”, Julie is the living embodiment of her mantra “why not”. From refereeing a nude rugby game to travelling the world; we hear how Julie has taken on more since becoming blind at 31. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
06/11/191h 1m

#53: BIRTH - Mars Lord

The risks of BIRTH are not equal; black women are 5 times more likely to die within childbirth than white women. Mars Lord, doula and birth activist, shares her wisdom and aim to change the system. We discuss the micro-aggressions of motherhood, resilience and implicit bias.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
30/10/191h 5m

LIVE PODCAST - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

LIVE from the Women in Business Expo; I was joined by Suzy Walker, editor of Psychologies Magazine, Debbie Gilbert, serial entrepreneur and founder of Mums Unltd and Gemma Antikides, Founder of All by Mama. We discuss all things business, giving without being depleted, what keeps us up at night and emotional intelligence. Thank you for bearing with us whilst we get our live podcast tech up to scratch! Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
27/10/1946m 28s

#52: FIRST Birthday - Danusia Malina-Derben

The SFM podcast is 1! To celebrate our first year of podcasting, I share tech tips, some insider secrets and more in this celebratory ep. Listen in if you’ve ever wondered whether *you* should take the plunge and start a podcast (I vote yes!) Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
23/10/1918m 18s

#51: BREAK– Nabila Fowles-Gutierrez

BREAKing down the taboo of divorce with expert, Nabila Fowles-Gutierrez. In this feisty episode, we discuss the complexities of BREAK-ups, the “common wife” myth and the impact of divorce fallout. Nabila also shares how to honour the past and move forward through rituals.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
16/10/1954m 38s

WOMEN IN BUSINESS - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

What does the phrase “women in business” mean to you? In this solo Sunday Supplement episode Danusia explores the importance of mentorship, finding community and SFM’s corporate work.  FREE REGISTRATION for the Women In Business Expo 16-17 October, Farnborough UK  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
13/10/1921m 21s

#50: BOOB – Lisa Creagh

Why is breastfeeding so problematic? Everyone, mothers and not, seems to have an opinion. Danusia is joined by artist and entrepreneur Lisa Creagh to discuss everything BOOB. Lisa is an artist, entrepreneur and creator of “Holding Time” which addresses ideas around motherhood, time and breastfeeding in particular.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
09/10/1958m 23s

#49: CLINCH - Natalie Trice

How do you CLINCH deals? How do you CLINCH the life you want? In this ep I delve into the world of CLINCH & PR with Natalie Trice, PR Director & author. There’s no “bro” power plays here as we explore the importance of building relationships, deal-clinching etiquette and the power of word of mouth.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
02/10/191h 1m

MISTAKES – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Making mistakes is 100% a normal part of life - and motherhood. In this ep Danusia considers the mistakes she's made along the way. Some of us might say that mistakes are only learning and growth - which Danusia certainly agrees with! Listen in to hear the 7 big mistakes that turned into transformational stuff.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
29/09/1918m 17s

#48: COUNT – EMILY KUMLER KAPLAN

Making work COUNT. Emily Kumler Kaplan joins Danusia for a power packed episode all about making big things happen in our careers and beyond. Danusia and Emily explore “tenacious focus”, talking out and Emily’s mission to empower women to make informed decisions about their health. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
25/09/191h 27m

#47: RISK – COLLEEN WONG

How do you feel about RISK? As an ex-investment banker turned tech startup founder our guest, Colleen Wong, is no stranger to taking RISKs. Danusia and Colleen cover wearing different “hats”, flexible working and the relationship between failure and risk.  LIVE PODCAST 16.10.19 + REGISTER FOR WOMEN IN BUSINESS EXPO Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
18/09/1947m 33s

FREEING OUR FEARS WITH GOSIA GORNA - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

What’s behind our biggest fears? Success, according to Danusia’s guest, Gosia Gorna. This ep is all about grabbing a hold of your fears and moving through them. Gosia takes Danusia through her technique, The Expansion Game; a pioneering and powerful method for releasing fear. Listen out for some epiphanies (after all, Danusia doesn’t usually air her soul) Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
15/09/1955m 33s

#46: LOOK – SELMA NICHOLLS

You can’t be what you can’t see. Danusia and Selma Nicholls, this ep’s guest, talk changing narratives, feminism and the power of visibility. As Founder of Looks Like Me, Selma’s work opens the door for black and ethnic minority groups to be more visible by challenging the status quo in the world of brand communications. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
11/09/1945m 42s

SUMMER HOLIDAYS - BONUS

Vacation “the action of leaving something one previously occupied” couldn’t be a better word to describe the summer holidays for working mothers, as Danusia explores in this bonus episode.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
08/09/199m 42s

#45: FAUX – KELLY DIELS

Do you consider yourself a feminist? At SFM we certainly do, and so does our guest this week, Kelly Diels. Kelly and I explore the world of FAUX, getting to grips with how feminism has everything to do with marketing, our own choices and our ability to get our work out into the world.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
04/09/191h 3m

HAVING IT ALL – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Should ambitious women still care about “having-it-all”? In a solo ep, Danusia shares her thoughts and journey with the Have-it-All debate; from being a teen mother, debating with Germaine Greer at the Oxford Union and beyond.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
01/09/1922m 35s

#44: CRAFT – MAGGY WOODLEY

Are you feeling CRAFTy? My guest, Maggy Woodley, and I delve into the world of CRAFT and how to create a passion-led business. As Founder of Red Ted Art and author of two children’s crafting books, Maggy is all about making CRAFT accessible and easy for all. Danusia also shares her own forays into CRAFT…  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
28/08/1957m 0s

#43: GAG – TARA NEWTON-WORDSWORTH

Motherhood certainly requires a good sense of humour! This week I’m joined by actor and comic Tara Newton-Wordsworth. We cover making jokes about things that aren’t funny, what our children can teach us and going hard or going home. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
21/08/1954m 28s

ONLINE SUCCESS TRENDS PART 2 - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Danusia continues to call bullsh*t on the online success trends; this time with a lesson on a particular strain of toxic marketing. If you enjoyed part one of the series, pull up a seat and listen in!  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
18/08/1920m 51s

#42: PLEDGE - Linda Grant

Female founders are making waves. Virgin StartUp Chair Linda Grant joins me as Virgin Startup announces their new PLEDGE to commit to a 50/50 funding target for men and women by the end of 2020. Linda and I discuss the relationship between action + confidence, women’s access to capital and what’s next for creating gender parity. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
14/08/1950m 24s

#41: EGG – E. Napoletano

What does it mean to be a mother? Award-winning journalist, author and not-yet-award-winning screenwriter, E. Napoletano joins me for a conversation all about EGG donation.  While we regularly hear stories about sperm donors & families who have received EGG donations, we rarely hear the story of the EGG donors themselves. Today that changes as E lifts the lid on why she chose to become an EGG donor and the donation process.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
07/08/1958m 4s

ONLINE SUCCESS TRENDS - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Curious about online success trends? Listen in as Danusia gets into the nitty gritty of these. Soft warning: this episode tells a few home truths. Fancy sharing some of your own thoughts? Join our private FB Community and let loose; we’ll be discussing online success trends (and so much more). Search for “School for Mothers Group’ on Facebook  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
04/08/1914m 58s

#40: FUCK – Emma Sayle

Sometimes you just have to say FUCK it, I’m going to do it my way! This is the attitude of pioneering sex-entrepreneur and founder of Killing Kittens Emma Sayle.  Having created a safe space for women to explore their sexuality within the male dominated adult entertainment industry, Emma knows what it takes to bust a few balls; she shares this and more as we discuss the rise of sex tech, rebalancing your relationships to get what you want and being more selfish. This episode is definitely fruity, so be prepared to get a bit hot and bothered as we dive into FUCK. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
31/07/1959m 52s

#39: SLOW – Suzy Walker

Sometimes life gets too fast, Psychologies editor Suzy Walker joins me to explore the joy of SLOWing down. Suzy reveals how she navigated SLOWing down while holding a ‘big job’, parenting, and all the other projects in her life.  We discuss blind spots, finding home within yourself, and the value systems we use to judge our own lives. Take an hour and SLOW down to enjoy this wonderful conversation. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ● School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram ● School For Mothers Patreon  
24/07/1958m 19s

JOIN THE FAMILY – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

A special solo episode with Danusia, Founder of School for Mothers and mother of 10. As promised, here are those all important links: School for Mothers Patreon COMPETITION: mums-on-the-go tech bundle, 3 x $1000 Patreon SFM membership and a $100 Amazon voucher
21/07/1917m 25s

#38: PLONK - CLARE POOLEY

Is sobriety boring? I’m joined by Claire Pooley, author of The Sober Diaries, as we dive into the realities of getting sober. Claire was a secret drinker, but soon ‘wine o’clock’ started to get out of hand. Now she shares her experiences of beating addictions with others to help those in the same situation and make sober less shameful.  Clare is upbeat and positive while remaining well researched and informative, our conversation is a real treat. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram ● School for Mothers Patreon
17/07/1953m 15s

#37: TIME – Rosy Carrick

If you could turn back time, where would you go and what would you do? Our guest this week, Rosy Carrick, is a legit time traveller. We discuss this and more, as we discover what lessons she’s learned from time travel. TIME is, after all, a hot topic for ambitious mothers.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
10/07/191h 2m

MENOPAUSE 2 with Meg Mathews – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

It’s like puberty for the middle aged and yet ~nobody~ is talking about it. This week we delve into the issues surrounding this “taboo” topic, with our guest Meg Mathews. As Founder of Megs Menopause, Meg empowers women through honest and frank discussion of all things menopause. Meg believes that we can’t find harmony and resonance within ourselves without truly understanding what is happening in our bodies. I couldn’t agree more.  Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
07/07/191h 4m

#36: HEAL – Milagros Phillips

Imagine a world where everyone was race literate. Now take a moment to listen and take a small step towards this reality. I’m joined by Milagros Phillips, a race HEALer on a mission to fight racism through education. Milagros shares how there is no time for inaction and while not everyone is born to be an activist, everyone has a role to play in dismantling racism.  Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
02/07/191h 0m

VISION: BONUS EPISODE

What vision do you have for yourself, your business/career and your family? School for Mothers are sponsors of the Vision category of the MPower Awards, run by the wonderful Nicola Huelin (Guest on #ep20 CHEER). This special bonus episode celebrates all the finalists and mothers with vision everywhere. We asked the Vision category finalists to share with us how their vision for their business and family brings impact. We have 5 wonderful finalists sharing on this topic and about their journey.    In order of appearance:    Emma Ashford is a sleep therapist, founder of Sleep Seekers and mum of 2. She helps people to press the ‘reset button’ on their sleep so they can get the rest they so desperately need. www.sleepseekers.academy   Eleanor Tweddell is the founder of Another Door, a community supporting people through redundancy. After 23 years in corporate life, including working at Costa when it had 5 stores, Virgin Atlantic and running the graduate programme at Vodafone, Eleanor was made redundant. From there she began to explore the world of freelance, and then set up a few small businesses. She now mentors people to take a leap and move from corporate to start up, and helps people discover their hidden talents when they get made redundant.   Deborah Brownson MBE is a British autism campaigner. She campaigned successfully for autism to be included in teacher training and wrote a leading guide to the condition He's Not Naughty!    Debbie Gliniany, mother of 2, set up Yoyo Parties 3 years ago and runs Little Soldiers Bootcamps with her husband, Robert Gliniany who is a Royal Engineer veteran of 14 years.   Alison Wyatt, an Independent Occupational Therapist and Director of Breakthrough Therapy Solutions Ltd., a Children's Therapy Service covering Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.  
29/06/1915m 6s

#35: DUCK – Ruth Kudzi

Becoming a mother redefines our whole identity. I discuss this and more with Ruth Kudzi, our guest for episode 35. Ruth is a qualified coach, business mentor, bestselling author and founder of Path to Success podcast. Becoming a mother made Ruth evaluate her whole life and ultimately use it as an opportunity for reinvention. We cover how a chocolate DUCK sparked a race row and what we’re DUCKing in our lives. We also learn it isn’t the best idea to drink Indian Tonic Water during a podcast recording! Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
26/06/1953m 17s

MENOPAUSE 1 - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Everything I needed to know about the menopause………..no-one told me. This week’s compilation is where we hear the lowdown straight from women – their voices, experiences and truths – on what is still a taboo subject. Menopause is a big part of women’s lives, hair loss, insomnia, skin thinning, night sweats, hopelessness, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, hot flushes, libido drop, rage, brain fog, irritability, anxiety, joint pain, weight gain and many more. So many women feel isolated, suffering in silence, shamed in a youth centric culture, feeling as if their power as women is diminishing. This is accompanied by very physical challenges and mental health dips. It’s a time of immense growth, IF women can steady themselves. This is why these conversations are vital.  In two weeks I will be talking to Meg Mathews an expert on menopause (and Noel Gallagher’s ex-wife), asking all the questions we have about menopause. Oh, there are so many questions! A big thank you to all of our contributors (in order of appearance): ... Anonymous, 53, mother of two Amanda - 44 yr old Mom of 2 boys -8 & 11. “I had breast cancer at age 40. Kicked it! Learning to live gracefully and easily with my “new” body and my fears, and desiring to learn my life lessons without any more drama!” Meryl Lynn Ranzer Human, Artist, Activator, Big mouth, Teacher, Media Manager-New Sanctuary Coalition NYC, Mom Sarah, a 55 year old mother, step mother, business owner and meno-matriarch from Birmingham Joan, a writer and photographer, lives in New York City with her husband Peggy Starnes Entrepreneur, making and selling renaissance clothing. Mom of 4. 54 years old and in the process of menopause right now. Claire, a resilient mother of 2 girls, UK. Kimberly - also known as @nakedyogagoddess on Instagram and The Pleasured Mom @safelovefree on Facebook Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
23/06/1923m 50s

#34: FIRST – Meredith Masony

Putting yourself FIRST does not make you selfish. Meredith Masony, of That’s Inappropriate and That’s Inappropriate Parents, joins me as we challenge the stigma and judgements of motherhood and emphasise the importance of talking about the struggles inherent to being a mother.  We explore how Meredith puts herself first and how a near-death experience led to her pursuing her own career goals rather than settling for second best. You don’t have to be perfect - you just have to show up as YOU. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/06/1957m 47s

#33: HEART – Fabienne Fredrickson

If we don’t have HEART we have nothing. Having HEART isn’t something to mask, but something to embrace and put front and centre. Fabienne Fredrickson, founder of Boldheart.com is my guest this week and what a guest she is! Tens of thousands of solo-business owners have benefited from Fabienne’s business savvy and bold message of female empowerment. This week it’s our turn, as she shares her message with YOU.  We explore how to fight self-doubt, value our unique brilliance, and get out of our comfort zone in order to succeed at a higher level. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
12/06/1955m 1s

ON FATHERS – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

“My Father Taught Me…” How would YOU finish this sentence? It’s coming up to Father’s Day here in the UK and so we thought we’d include a special episode called ON FATHERS to sit alongside our recent hotly listened to MOTHER’S DAY Special. We’re celebrating fathers: for their love and support, their jokes, their smiles, and most of all their lessons. I know of many different father stories from people from all walks of life. I know fathers who are heroes and fathers who have pulled disappearing acts. I also know that many of the lessons we learned from our fathers stay with us for life, whether these lessons are positive, neutral or negative.  We’ve invited a select group of women from across the world to contribute to a compilation-style episode sharing their thoughts on what their fathers taught them. These honest shares unearth the complex relations between fathers and children.  A big THANK YOU to (in order of appearance): Sine Gyrup, mother of a daughter and living in Geneva. Chloe O’Sullivan is the founder of War to Peace®, a conflict resolution methodology she devised over a decade ago and has shared with over 4,000 people globally. She is also a wife to Richard, and mother to Safi, their wonderful daughter whom they adopted four years ago. She is an avid-globetrotter, singer and a fan of comedy ~AKA tragedy plus time!   Nicki Auret ~ city professional, school mum, trusted adviser and best friend Erin, A level student & Feminist Ninna Amora from New York City and Creator of Live Embodied Karen Roswell - professional photographer, living a gluten free life; wife and mother based in the UK. Jennifer Jay: mother to one girl, Queens NYC, working for social justice in the not-for-profit arts & education fields. Harriet; introvert Pisces, sister & favourite child. Becky, working mum of 2 Click here for the special Spotify Playlist <<< Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
09/06/1915m 20s

#32: GOD – Joy Foster

What keeps us going through dark times? I'm joined by Joy Foster to discuss her relationship with faith and GOD.  We all have faith, whether that’s in GOD, people, ourselves, or something completely different. We explore where this faith comes from and how it can guide us when everything seems hopeless. This is a topic which is surprisingly close to home for me as I had a deeply religious upbringing (and yes I was educated at a convent with nuns in wimples!). Our conversation heads to some dark places as we discuss Joy’s father’s suicide and history of mental health issues in her family. Joy provides invaluable insight into how to get through profound personal tragedy. Unsurprisingly, this is a highly emotional conversation, so you might want to have tissues close at hand. TRIGGER WARNING - Suicide Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
05/06/191h 0m

#31: LIFT – Debbie Gilbert

Other women are not your competition. However many people work in your industry, there is only one you. My special guest this week is Debbie Gilbert, a multi-award-winning entrepreneur and author of The Successful Mumpreneur, who loves to support other business women on their journeys. We explore a range of topics related to how you can successfully grow your business through networking, a positive attitude and collaborating with other women within the same field as you. In business, people will gravitate towards you if you’re positive. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be honest and direct - you just have to do this with a positive attitude and the intention to help those around you succeed. Debbie advice is no nonsense and entirely focused on LIFTing women up. As she says “everyone can be successful in business given the right support and right tool to do so. Attitude is everything” Not only does this success draw from your attitude, but also from you recognising your shortcomings and seeking help in those areas. Deep collaboration with other women is key to forging ahead and thriving as an independent businesswoman, as well as seeing the women around of thrive. This episode is a must listen for any entrepreneurs, filled with all the guidance you need to take yourself and your business to the next level. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
29/05/191h 5m

FAMILY TRAVEL – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Satisfy your wanderlust; yes, even with the kids. Karen Beddow, of Mini Travellers, shares her expert advice on how to travel far and wide with the entire family. Early on, we make the distinction between a holiday and an adventure- they’re definitely not the same. Learn how Karen was inspired to take her young family to Rwanda after a successful trip to Disney Florida - there is a link! Karen’s top tip doesn’t involve rolling your clothes or buying any expensive gadgets, and it ensures the whole gang are happy.  From saving money, the benefits of screen time to home swapping - Karen shares oodles of wisdom on FAMILY TRAVEL. Spoiler: I reveal why I’m an UN-happy camper! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram  
26/05/1959m 38s

#30: LIES – Christine Armstrong

Do you feel like you’ve been hearing the same conversations about working parents for years, yet not enough has changed? This week my guest, Christine Armstrong, shares how she’s on a mission to blow apart the LIES about working parents and instead dig into the truths of what actually works. There’s a false narrative that if you just work harder everything will be fine, regardless of the struggles of balancing motherhood with a career. While you may feel you’re alone in these struggles, this is not the case. Yet having this conversation with other women can only take us so far. For real progress to be made we need to engage men and leadership as well. Christine discusses how we can achieve this, while also providing tips & strategies that will help you stay sane(ish) as a working parent. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
22/05/1952m 41s

#29: PROOF – Caroline Flanagan

Is HAVING IT ALL a privilege? A luxury for the elite few? This week, Caroline Flanagan, aka ‘The Babyproof Coach’, joins me to discuss her take on this big old debate that’s defined conversations about working mothers forever. But what is this debate really about? AND do we need to flip this script and adopt a more inclusive attitude? We also cover that all too common feeling of fraudulence in our life. Caroline offers a fresh and honest take on the realities of imposter syndrome and we chew over loads including the message that the thoughts we have about ourselves are just that, thoughts. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
15/05/191h 7m

SEX TOYS – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

There’s no room for taboos on this show. Join Sarah Forbes, sexual culturalist, and I as we explore the wonderful realm of SEX TOYS. From their humble beginnings centuries ago (really!), to the famous Rabbit and into the world of 21st century sextech - no stone is left unturned. We discuss the benefits of sex toys in amping up your sex life alone & with a partner plus how to promote sex positivity within the home. As Sarah, former curator of NYC’s Museum of Sex, says “You have all kinds of accessories in your life. Why not have another that brings you pleasure?” Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
12/05/191h 16m

#28: SOURCE – Kirsten Stendevad

Let’s talk feminine power! My guest, Kirsten Stendevad, and I explore how and why we need to embrace our SOURCE. Kirsten is true dynamite and inspiration for feminine leadership and someone who truly practises what she preaches, especially after realising she was putting more emphasis on the importance of traditional masculine skills. We discuss what it means to utilise both our feminine and masculine sides and how to raise our children, especially our sons, to do the same. A favourite frame from this ep? When we explore how motherhood = leadership. Read the full show notes over on our website  School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
08/05/1948m 5s

LISTENER’S CHOICE

School for Mothers Podcast needs your vote! The British Podcast awards are in full swing and we would LOVE to have a shot at the Listener’s Choice Award. Voting is super simple, just follow the steps below. Thank you so much for your support - your vote means so much! How to vote: You can vote on a computer or mobile. Go to https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote/ You should now be on a red page with the words “Listeners’ Choice Award, supported by BBC Sounds” In the search bar below type School for Mothers Click on the image - pop in your name (first name only, if you prefer) Choose your preferences below and SUBMIT! Thank you so much!  
03/05/193m 29s

#27: BOSS – Vicki Psarias

Ready for an inspo injection from the original Mumboss? This week my guest, Vicki Psarias @Honestmum takes us through her journey, from traumatic birth and feeling completely alone as a new mum to pressing ‘publish’ on her first blog post, the first step to creating the hugely successful Honest Mum. We discuss setting business boundaries, learning to say no and how realising your niche and being committed really can lead to you becoming the BOSS. Filled with fun and laughter this episode will lift your spirits and no doubt have you agreeing – you really can never be too honest 😉 Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram ** School for Mothers Podcast needs your vote!** The British Podcast awards are in full swing and we would LOVE to have a shot at the Listener’s Choice Award. Voting is super simple, just follow the steps below.  How to vote: You can vote on a computer or mobile. Go to https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote/ You should now be on a red page with the words “Listeners’ Choice Award, supported by BBC Sounds” In the search bar below type School for Mothers Click on the image - pop in your name (first name only, if you prefer) Choose your preferences below and SUBMIT! Thank you so much!  
01/05/1952m 9s

STREAMLINE – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Minimalist, maximalist or a diehard Kondo-er? Join myself and Vicky Silverthorn, professional organiser, as we unpack how our own homes contain both the blocks and key to living a more streamlined life. In the midst of a tidiness trend frenzy, Vicky shares down to earth practical guidelines and refreshingly honest advice. We discuss how more things = more responsibility and how a switch to collecting memories not belongings is happening. Think of this episode as a crash course in building boundaries to find freedom within your own home - and beyond. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
28/04/191h 0m

#26: SELF – Jane Wyker

When’s it my turn? When you make it your turn! This wisdom-nugget straight from my guest, the fabulous Jane Wyker, who through her own personal growth journey found the answer to her inner peace and happiness – be more selfish. Take care of essential inner housekeeping, clear away negativity and become your true SELF. side whisper Jane HAS to be lying that she’s 83 years old... Despite externally having an amazing life; internally, Jane was unhappy. This realisation took her on a journey to slay the ‘good girl’ she’d been raised to be and embrace self-love and the notion that life is indeed an inside out process. I promise you by the end of this you will want to grab that metaphorical broom and clean your inner house! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram  
24/04/191h 0m

#25: SOLD – Shoshana Garfield

How do we not let past trauma define us? Join me, as Dr. Shoshana Garfield shares how to convert pain (anything uncomfortable and more) in our goosebump inducing, life-changing conversation. As she says we are each dealt a stack of cards and we play them - hers included being SOLD as a 4 year to sadists to support her mother’s drug addiction. Hear how Shoshana played her cards, and thrives. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
16/04/1953m 55s

SLEEP – SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

Value your sleep? It’s essential to optimal functioning, and the benefits are multi-faceted; but are professional working women really getting enough? I’m joined by expert somnologist, Dr. Helen Driver, to discuss the key to getting those recommended 7-8 hours. Not only do we get into how to get a good night’s sleep; we cover snoring, the benefits of sex and more. Helen also shares insights on the three hormonal phases that affect sleep patterns for women. Whether you’re an insomniac or a sleep lover, be sure to listen in. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram  
14/04/1958m 14s

#24: NET – Emma Van Heusen

The secret behind six-figure success? Hard graft and resilience. In episode 24, called NET, I’m joined by Emma Van Heusen, an agency owner and Facebook Ad Coach. Emma opted-out of the advertising industry’s long hours and unrelenting slog in pursuit of a career more aligned to her goals. We discuss investing in your own personal development, new careers and the reality behind the “six-figure success” craze. In her own online programme, Emma combines facebook ad training with mindset shifts. This episode is a must listen for those contemplating making the switch from employee to entrepreneur. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ⚬ School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ⚬ School for Mothers Instagram
10/04/1954m 24s

#23: STAR - Helen Packham

Do you dream big? Big enough to scare you?  In this week’s podcast, I could not be happier to be joined by Helen Packham, a leadership and business coach and mum of two, who has been on an incredible journey of overcoming anxiety and finding her inner courage. During this episode, we talk imposter syndrome and the loss of identity after motherhood, through to finding inner courage and achieving goals that are so big they scare you. It’s an episode filled with ambition and inspiration, one that will make you want to grab a pen and start writing your own story today! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ⚬ School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ⚬ School for Mothers Instagram  
02/04/1951m 6s

MOTHER'S DAY - SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT

“My Mother Taught Me…” How would you finish this sentence? It’s Mother’s Day here in the UK, hurrah! To celebrate this special day we’ve asked wonderful women from around the world to share their thoughts on what their mother taught them. Read about our contributors below. Not only that, we’re launching Sunday Supplements - our bi-weekly Sunday episode!  These new episodes will cover a host of topics from sleep to fitness, sex to travel, childcare to dating, style to investing and everything you’ve told us you want, so far. It’s that extra help that us busy mamas need. A big THANK YOU to (in order of appearance): Sally Bunkham is the founder of mumsback.com, a company that provides luxury gift hampers for mums, focussing on the yummy stuff they had to abstain from in pregnancy. Sally also raises awareness of perinatal mental health issues. Rifkatu Yakubu Bawa; Unstoppable Mother of 7 wonderful children, Teacher and a Clean Cooking Ambassador. Hazel Gale, author, therapist, speaker and ex-world champion kickboxer. GuruNischan, (and yes! THAT’s actually her birth, given name) is the Founder of The Inner Alchemy Institute, a Nervous System Specialist, Breath Trainer and International Speaker on topics of Trauma release, Money, Sex & Power. Ester, a senior HR professional from Slovakia, living in the UK for 6 years. Steph Esther Mekwuye, is the founder and CEO of Eka tech consult.  A consulting firm focused on understanding and onboarding emerging technologies from AI, IOT and Blockchain. Sharniya Ferdinand; Inclusion Programme Coordinator and aspiring World’s Best (future) Mum! Mars Lord is a doula, doula trainer, speaker and birth activist. Mother of five children, including twins, she enjoys reading, the theatre, a good meal, red wine and laughter. Ellen Walder is the Chief Operating Officer of DNEG, a global Visual Effects company with over 5000 employees across nine studios in North America, the UK and India, which has won 4 Oscars in the last 5 years. Isadora Malina-Derben (18) is an enthusiastic and ambitious sociologist, soon to be studying at the University of Bristol. In her own words, Seraphina Malina-Derben (6) is “a chatterbox and a podcast host and a happy feminist”.
31/03/1921m 22s

#22: MIGHT - Emma Campbell

The fear of “leaving our children too soon” is something all us mothers can relate to. In this week’s episode, MIGHT I’m joined by Emma Campbell, a blogger, speaker, author, mum of 4 and a cancer survivor. This is a moving episode you’ll really want to listen through to the end! During this episode, we talk about desperate longings for another child and how this can sometimes bring multiples!  How the darkest of days can turn into truly happy, awe-inspiring moments and remind ourselves that in bad times friends will step up and be there, no matter what. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram    
27/03/1956m 9s

#21: BEAT - Rosie Sherry

Vive la révolution! Influential woman in tech, Rosie Sherry, is the Founder of Ministry of Testing - an ever-growing global software testing community. Rosie is the perfect person to discuss going against the grain, to BEAT the system - both at work and home. Despite being at the helm of her hugely successful growing business, six years ago Rosie followed her heart and decided to home educate her children. During this episode we discuss how online communities can grow into thriving businesses and how it’s ok to go against the ‘system’, in fact she highly recommends it. We also cover the subject of unschooling - not just the practicalities but arguably, most importantly, the ‘whys’ behind following such an innovative philosophy. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram  
20/03/1949m 34s

#20: CHEER - Nicola Huelin

Are you a mum working hard to be visible in your own business? Then join the revolution! In this week’s podcast, I’m joined by Nicola Huelin, a business coach, mentor, international speaker and author, who 15 years ago took a huge jump and left her corporate career to start her own business. During this episode we chat about the growing wave of women taking control and growing their own businesses from home, combining the worlds of work and motherhood. There are leaps of faith into unknown worlds, failures, becoming an author and even coining a new phrase - ‘terri/citing’, we promise this episode will have you hooked from beginning to end. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1952m 58s

#19: LAID - Stephanie Dominy

It’s safe to say this is a NSFW podcast! Grab a set of headphones and buckle up. This week I’m joined by Stephanie Dominy, a commercial lawyer and titillating blogger known as The Wicked Jade.  Stephanie blogs about sex, lingerie and kink; and how she gets her lady-boner on. During the episode we cover how mothers are sexual beings (duh), ‘volume’ dating after 22 years of marriage, the under-representation of asian women in the body & sex positivity movement and SO much more.  It’s an episode filled with awesome self-acceptance, love and hot tips. Read the full show notes over on our website (and see that sexy full body paint!) School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/191h 5m

#18: WORTH - Wies Bratby

Let's talk salary and career negotiations! Danusia is joined by Wies Bratby, founder of Women in Negotiation and lawyer-turned-HR-director-turned-women’s-butt-kicker. Hear Danusia and Wies discuss all things negotiation and the impact of opportunities that often pass women by, yet need not. WHAT WE COVER What sparked her to start a coaching and consulting company teaching women to negotiate their worth The surprising truth on what prevents women from negotiating salary and career Her go-to process when teaching women negotiation skills for at work AND at home Simple reframes for EXACTLY why women have special negotiating talent About Wies Bratby Wies Bratby is a lawyer-turned-HR-director-turned-women’s-butt-kicker. Originally hailing from the Netherlands, she moved via Hong Kong to Switzerland, Wies helps women across the world own their worth, communicate it and get them the jobs and salaries that they want, need and deserve. In her online group coaching program, women from all over the world and all seniority levels, get mindset breakthroughs and the skill set to successfully negotiate their careers and salaries, and a sisterhood of fellow power women to boot! BE INSPIRED - KEY QUOTES From Wies Bratby “I think it’s the most romantic thing in the universe to be financially independent” “The salary you earn is representation of your worth, that’s why it matters” “A compromise is the worst possible outcome. Another word for compromise is lose-lose” RESOURCES Website: www.womeninnegotiation.org   Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/womeninnegotiationwin/ Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=getting+to+yes MORE FROM SFM Join SFM private FB Community: School For Mothers Group Take a look around SFM website: www.schoolformothers.com Sign up for your FREE Me Sheets: www.schoolformothers.com/mesheets MORE FROM *YOU* Like what you hear? If SO, be sure to subscribe to the School for Mothers Podcast on iTunes. Or Stitcher. Or Google Play. If you’re feeling extra kind, SFM would be really grateful if you’d leave a review over on iTunes, too. These reviews help other mamas find the podcast and they’re also fun to go in and read. Just click here to Leave us a rating + review!, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Use the hashtag #SFMpodcast to join the conversation on social media. Want to join Danusia on a future episode? Get in touch using the form HERE.
19/03/1959m 45s

#17: FORCE - Heledd Kendrick

Supporting your partner and their career takes on a new meaning when you are a military spouse. In episode 17, entitled FORCE, Danusia is joined by Heledd Kendrick, CEO and Founder of the multi-award winning social enterprise, Recruit for Spouses. Danusia and Heledd discuss the realities of being a military spouse and the importance of empowering women who often give up careers to be by their partners’ side. WHAT WE COVER What sparked Heledd creating Recruit for Spouses. The role of military spouses in the armed forces and beyond. Danusia´s own experience as a military wife. The value of empowering military spouses. Showing up as a catalyst for change. About Heledd Heledd Kendrick, is CEO of the multi-award winning, Recruit for Spouses. Recruit for Spouses works to bridge the military and business communities, finding rewarding employment for UK military spouses within organisations who might otherwise overlook this group. Since 2011, the business has helped over 5,200 wives with career advice and has placed and supported over 1,000 into employment.   BE INSPIRED - KEY QUOTES From Heledd “I believe that being a military wife should be an enabler. It shouldn’t affect your career” RESOURCES Connect with Heledd: Website Heledd’s Twitter Heledd on Youtube MORE FROM SFM Join SFM private FB Community: School For Mothers Group Take a look around SFM website: www.schoolformothers.com Sign up for your FREE Me Sheets: www.schoolformothers.com/mesheets MORE FROM *YOU* Like what you hear? If SO, be sure to subscribe to the School for Mothers Podcast on iTunes. Or Stitcher. Or Google Play. If you’re feeling extra kind, SFM would be really grateful if you’d leave a review over on iTunes, too. These reviews help other mamas find the podcast and they’re also fun to go in and read. Just click here to Leave us a rating + review!, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Use the hashtag #SFMpodcast to join the conversation on social media. Want to join Danusia on a future episode? Get in touch using the form HERE.  
19/03/1949m 21s

#16: BOTTLE - Christine Gouchault

Do you have the BOTTLE to take charge? This week I talk with Christine Gouchault, Founder and CEO of Nordic Data Intelligence whose quest to find a better work-life balance led her to start “Mum’s Business Network”. In this episode we learn powerful lessons on how our quirks are our most valuable assets, the value of changing the business model to suit the needs of our family and why scaling down can actually be a good thing. A must listen for any working parent! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1954m 51s

#15: STRIDE - Michelle Griffith-Robinson

What does it take to be an Olympian? In this week's episode STRIDE, Michelle Griffith-Robinson former Olympic athlete shares how she finds focus, builds inner strength and goes after what she wants in life. Listen to this powerful and uplifting conversation on resilience and how the Olympic values impact her approach to life.   WHAT WE COVER Michelle’s Olympic journey What it is REALLY like to be a high performer and elite athlete Danusia shares why she didn't (!) let her daughter go to dancing lessons Michelle shares how she teaches her children to become the best version of themselves The power of having different “teams” for different events Tips on building inner strength & resilience Wisdom on how to build resilience in children About Michelle Griffith-Robinson Michelle Griffith-Robinson is a former Olympic athlete, speaker and mother of three. She represented Great Britain for over two decades in the Triple jump. Michelle was the first woman to have jumped over 14 metres in the Commonwealth and joins only a handful of women in the UK to have done this. Michelle naturally followed her passion for helping others by setting up a successful personal training company in 1999. She has trained many celebrities including Mel B and Gail Porter to name a few.   Michelle is also one of the lead mentors for the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust – which helps young people get their ‘lives back on track'. In 2016, Michelle appeared on a BBC lifeline appeal alongside Dame Kelly Holmes and was one of the guest speakers alongside Dame Kelly Holmes at the Institute of Directors Conference at the Royal Albert Hall. Michelle regularly speaks in schools and corporate companies about high performance and ‘winning at life’ KEY QUOTES: “Don't give me half, because half doesn't do anyone any favours” Michelle “Don't leave any stone unturned because your options are there” Michelle “I teach my children life is not fair. The fact is, we don't start from the same place in life” Danusia RESOURCES Connect with Michelle: Website Michelle’s Facebook Michelle’s Instagram Michelle’s Twitter Michelle’s Youtube channel The Olympic values video   MORE FROM SFM Join SFM private FB Community: School For Mothers Group Take a look around SFM website: www.schoolformothers.com Sign up for your FREE Me Sheets: www.schoolformothers.com/mesheets MORE FROM *YOU* Like what you hear? If SO, be sure to subscribe to the School for Mothers Podcast on iTunes. Or Stitcher. Or Google Play. If you’re feeling extra kind, SFM would be really grateful if you’d leave a review over on iTunes, too. These reviews help other mamas find the podcast and they’re also fun to go in and read. Just click here to Leave us a rating + review!, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Use the hashtag #SFMpodcast to join the conversation on social media. Want to join Danusia on a future episode? Get in touch using the form HERE.
19/03/1949m 18s

#14: EROTIC - Sally Blenkey

EROTIC is not Sex. I’m joined by Sally Blenkey, entrepreneur and founder of Serafina’s World in a revealing and transformational conversation about how her business journey led her to organise parties for women and couples that helps them explore their erotic selves. Intrigued? A must listen as we look at the divine intervention that led Sally to make her own erotic exploration and how we can build a safe space to explore our own eroticism. Be the leading lady in your own sensual script! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1955m 27s

#13: DOMINO - Jo Love

Let’s break the silence on postnatal depression. Postnatal depression affects so many women, but many still struggle to talk about it – this must change! Raising awareness and campaigning for these conversations to happen is my guest, Jo Love, successful entrepreneur and founder of online platform, Lobella Loves. Our candid conversation delves into postnatal depression as we discuss strategies to deal with it, breaking silence on it and the value of being truly transparent with our struggles. As Jo herself insists, we must acknowledge the shit as well as the sunshine! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1942m 13s

#12: GROWNUP - Cheryl Benton

Age really is only a number. In this episode, I talk with Cheryl Benton, author, public speaker and founder of NYC powerhouse network, The Three Tomatoes. Cheryl addresses the important yet overseen topic of women ageing, except in all those face cream ads. In this invigorating episode, we celebrate women of age, how we can embrace this era of our life and the secret to success if you are a woman of age and decide to make a career change. It’s time to embrace who you are not how old you are! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1955m 11s

#11: MASK - Emma Stroud

What’s this about revealing our authentic self? Sounds simple-ish but are we really ready to let our MASK slip? I’m joined in this episode by Emma Stroud, business woman, speaker, MC, and theatre director. As well as loving all things theatrical Emma helps senior execs and business owners find, speak and live their truth through her consultancy work. We talk over our power to give permission to be our authentic self, why unmasking can be a good thing and the value of choosing the masks that serve us. Plus, Emma is the only TedX talk speaker to have talked dressed as a banana – yes that’s right, we need to be more banana! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1954m 58s

#10: PURPOSE - Jessica Huie

Are you living your true PURPOSE? If not, maybe it’s time to start! This week I talk with Jessica Huie MBE, award winning serial entrepreneur, best selling author and all round superstar  who closed down her big successful PR agency in favour of prioritising her purpose. In this uplifting episode, we bring soul searching and self-love to the forefront as we delve into spiritual growth and how we can get in touch with and show up as our true self.   Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1952m 11s

#09: ENOUGH - Marisa Peer

I AM ENOUGH < make that your mantra. Marisa Peer, world-renowned speaker, RTT trainer and best-selling author, and I delve into how we are always enough. Grab yourself a notepad + pen, you won’t want to miss a thing. Learn Marisa’s strategies to address the ‘race to be enough’ and how society teaches us to feel unworthy. We explore how women and girls are judged on appearance, sigh... This is one life-changing episode filled with inspiration, just like Marisa herself, it’s pure gold. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1952m 7s

#YULE (bonus)

HO, HO, HO or rather OH, OH, OH What can we say about this festive episode? Pour yourself a glass of wine, lean back, lick your lips and enjoy!  A huge Merry Christmas from us at School for Mothers – who wants to be on the nice list anyway? The naughty list is much more fun! ? Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1930m 8s

#08: DRIVE - Miisa Mink

Are you ready to get shit done? Let’s bring our own goals to the forefront. When we tap into our ambition and DRIVE everything’s possible and I find out how with Miisa Mink, the no-nonsense Founder of DrivenWoman. During this episode we discuss how to find, protect and grow our drive, the unique opportunity mothers have to connect with our ambition and the power of creating our own narrative. This episode will make you want to go forth and conquer! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1951m 52s

#07: REFUSAL - Rachel Pesso

Newsflash - not every woman wants to be a mother. My guest Rachel Pesso shares with me honestly and from the heart as to why she’s chosen (and still choosing each and every day) to not become a mother. We talk about the impact of external expectations and judgments (especially from family, friends and colleagues) as well as dealing with fixed perceptions of woman/mother-hood that impact us all. This episode truly reminds us all to stand strong for what we want as individual women, whether mothers or not. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1944m 43s

#06: BECAUSE - Jo Wimble-Groves

Constantly struggling with mum guilt? It sucks! Thank goodness for my guest, Jo Wimble-Groves, founder of the popular blog “Guilty Mother”, motivational speaker and expert in leadership and management. Our conversation gives us all permission to push aside that tired concept of the perfect parent and instead focus on the power of supporting one another - plus we throw down strategies on how to deal with that guilt bitter-pill so many of us swallow but would rather not. You’re not alone mama! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1951m 1s

#05: SWITCH - Priscilla McKinney

Buh-bye gender stereotypes. The world is changing, so what does this mean for traditional caregiving roles? Priscilla McKinney, my guest this week, encourages ripping up the rule book and doing things our own way! Priscilla is CEO of Little Bird Marketing, keynote speaker, industry innovator, diversity champion and rocking mother (the list goes on). In this high energy episode, we talk house husbands, being the sole breadwinner and kicking stereotypes to the curb. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1952m 1s

#04: GAZE - Lacey Haynes

Wondering how far you’d go to find your inner strength? Join me as I discover the inside journey on why Lacey Haynes, yoga teacher, spiritual guide and movement practitioner made the decision to have an unassisted pregnancy and delivery - no medical intervention at ANY stage. This episode is about so much more than her free birth, we cover how Lacey had the revolutionary idea to start ‘Pussy gazing’ workshops and how connecting to our Pussy leads to reclaiming our own womanhood. Trust us, this is one not to miss! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1948m 40s

#03: DISRUPT - Jess Butcher

Are you ready to make bigger business-waves? Get ready to DISRUPT as Jess Butcher MBE, tech entrepreneur and TEDX speaker and I delve deep into visionary disruption and motherhood. We cover what it means to be a disrupter, reframing failures and how to apply key mothering wisdom to the corporate world. All this as well as Jess encourages everyone to throw perfection out of the window and get “scrappy” - what a relief! Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1952m 2s

#02: HITCH - Darya Haitoglou

Let’s talk relationships. I’m joined by psychologist and relationship coach Darya Haitoglou as we discuss relationship realness and sacred tips to enrich our love lives. A must listen for those in relationships, as well as those looking for soulmates. We delve into the impact of biological chemistry on who we are attracted to and key Do’s and Don’ts to maintain long-term relationships. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1948m 51s

#01: ALIEN - Hannah Martin

Ever feel like you simply don’t fit in? Almost like you are an ALIEN in your own world. In the first episode of the School For Mothers podcast, I talk with Hannah Martin, co-founder of the online platform Talented Ladies Club (TLC), and mother of two. During this episode we look at the role of identity and why it affects so many mothers negatively, how you can walk your own unique path to personal fulfilment and why “difficult times are a gift” – advice we can all take onboard. Read the full show notes over on our website School for Mothers Website ●  School For Mothers Private Facebook Group ● School for Mothers Instagram
19/03/1947m 3s

#Intro: BIRTH - Danusia Malina-Derben

Join mother of 10 and entrepreneur, Danusia Malina-Derben, as she chats with badass women (who happen to have children) who are defining & redefining themselves — instead of letting our noisy culture define their identity for them. Yeah, it’s pretty #revolutionary.
19/03/193m 23s
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