Hello everyone and welcome back this is episode 14 of the Sure, Babe Podcast. Today I am sitting down with Stephanie Alband. She is a mother to a little girl named Liv who is in the same kindergarten class as my son. Liv has a rare form of cancer and Stephanie is raising money for her daughter's Make-A-Wish fund. Today Stephanie opens up about her daughters diagnosis what it’s been like for her family to walk through this journey, how she finds gratitude and what she’s doing for her daughter. It’s truly inspiring!
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This is episode 13 of Sure Babe. I'm excited to have Dr. Cassidy Freitas LMFT back on the podcast! Today we are talking all about comparison: how to deal with it, heal from negative comparisons and how to navigate comparison specifically within social media. We give tangible tools to change your emotions around social media and comparison and discuss real ways in which you can have a healthy relationship with social media.
If you'd like more informaiton on having a healthy relationship with social media head to my blog chrissypowers.com.
In episode 12 I sit down with Wendy Snyder a Positive Parenting Teacher & Family Coach. Wendy is an expert in helping families create healthy, respectful & cooperative relationships. She is a certified Parent Educator of Redirecting Children's Behavior (RCB) and she is a passion advocate for families. Wendy talks openly about her own path in parenting that led her to where she is today and she shares tangible tools that you can implement today to connect with your child.
Join me in taking her online Foundations Parenting Course for 20% off with a 2 month free membership to The Bonfire Community. Head to http://bit.ly/freshstartchrissy20 to sign up and start the journey to more life-empowering parenting!
This is episode 11 of Sure, Babe! In this episode I talk opening about my anxiety over having a third child, how I overcame that anxiety and discovered our famiy wasn't complete. I share some intimate moments of overcoming fear and how we made this huge decision even when my spouse was not on the same page as me. I hope this episode encourages you to connet to love, listen to your intuition and help you make decisions in life.
Welcome to episode 10! In this episode I interview Yvonne Cheng a business and growth-focused creative leader with a diverse background in advertising, design, tech, media & sales. Yvonne is the Creative Strategy Director at Tumblr. She has also been the Creative/Art Director at Droga5, BBDO, Campfire and others and has made websites for The New York Times and M&M’S.
In this episdoe we discuss the future of digital marketing, how to hone your craft and build and authentic brand while building trust with your consumer. We also talk about why the number of followers doesn’t matter, the biggest mistake you're making on your online platforms and how to work with brands and create content with lasting impact.
Click here to find out more about Yvonne Cheng.
I'm so excited to see where this podcast will go in 2018 and I hope to dedicate more time towards it this year. To do so I created a Patreon account as a way to keep the podcast ad free. If you'd like to become a Patreon of mine I'd be humbled and so so grateful. You can click here to sign up and donate even just a dollar a month! Your funds will go towards babysitters ha ha and better sound equipment (hooray), which will help me be able to put more time into producing content with value and meaning on a weekly basis. To become a Patreon click here!
Tyson Motsenbocker is an American Songwriter and soulful rockstar with a well of wisdom. He speaks with vulnerablitiy and authenticity instilled at a young age from his mother. In this epidsode Tyson shares openly about the loss of his mother, how she prepared him for her dealth, how she taught him to live loud and what he did with his grief. We've all suffered loss and trauma so this epidsode is for everyone. You can find out more about Tyson and his music at tysonmotsenbocker.com and @japhyrider.
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I'm back!!!!! This is episode 8 of Sure, Babe! In this episode I share a collection of thoughts inspired by chapter 6 of Brené Brown's latest book "Braving The Wilderness", in hopes that it will help you survive and thrive during the holdays. This episode will help you feel connected to your true self and others by learning how to hold hands with strangers and loved ones alike. Let me know what's impacting you! You can find me on social @chrissyjpowers and on my website chrissypowers.com.
Hello! This is episode 7 of the Sure, Babe podcast. Today I interview blogger, podcaster + foodie Hailey Andresen of Householdmag.com. In this episode we talk about debunking the myth of the perfect birth and goddess motherhood. We also talk about the realities of marriage and why it’s worth the struggle, how to present yourself online whiel growing an authentic social media platform. Hailey is full of truth and she’s not afraid to be vulnerable... I love how she shares her real story and applicable knowledge to anyone wanting to grow a brand.
In episode 6 of the "Sure, Babe" podcast Dr. Cassidy Freitas MFT and I discuss what it's like to combine our creative and professional pursuits and talk a whole lot all about this thing called "emotional agility". Cassidy shares her wisdom from years practicing therapy and teaching... she also shares openly about situations in her own life in which she practices emotional agility to overcome overwhelming emotions. The knowledge in this episode will revolutionize your life and relationships!
Hello everyone and welcome to Episode 5 of Sure, Babe. In this episode I sit down with my little sister Emily Green (NICU Nurse turned NICU Mom). This episode is about how to handle trauma in life, what to do, how to pray, how to think and talk positively when things look grim. Emily shares her story of how she went from being a NICU Nurse to a NICU mom and held onto hope in the scariest of circumstances. We all have endured trauma of some kind so this episode is for every.