Sometimes it takes a while for motherhood to grow on you—it’s not always instant or immediate. For Shama Hyder, she didn’t love the baby stage right away, and wondered if there was a “motherhood gene” she might be missing. Here’s her story of loving her business and adjusting to a new baby, and how long it really took for her to find her rhythm.
Next week, we’ll be hosting a live open house and Q/A session to answer any questions you might have about the Wise Women’s Council. Come join us, meet our coaches, and ask us anything you’re curious about.
Every week, I get questions from listeners about business, life, parenting—and more. And I want to answer them! From building a company vision to dealing with burnout to negotiations in your partnership, I’m willing to go there and share everything I know. Here’s how to get access to the exclusive, private podcast.
Will we always have to choose between prioritizing our careers or our families? Michelle Florendo realized that starting her own coaching practice would afford her more control and flexibility, but it was a risk.
How should you be eating when you start eating for two? How should you interpret the data you find on food that is nutritionally right for new moms? Lily Nichols shares her research, insight and personal experience on correctly feeding our hunger.