Laura Mayes On Being Present + Our Favorite Crap Snacks: Selfie, Episode 27

Laura Mayes, founder of Mom 2.0 Summit, chats with us about how some devastating life experiences pushed her to better self-care and being more present. We also talk about some of our favorite crappy snacks for those moments when eating your feelings is all you can do.

In this episode we talk about:

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Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

3 Comments

  1. Sarah, insider tip for you…Snicker eggs are far superior to a regular snickers (just like the Reese egg). And, if you want to up the Snickers game with some real chocolate try Mayana’s Space Bar. It subs peanuts for almonds, but still has the nougat and caramel.

    http://www.mayanachocolate.com/shop.html

  2. I really think Candy Man James needs to be a guess on the show. I want to hear about his black licorice preferences & other candy recommendations!

  3. I would love it if you guys would do an episode on the Selfie guide to childcare–how do you find sitters, what are the hacks you use to make it easy for you to leave your kids (how do you organize your kids’ schedules when you’re traveling,etc.), how did you decide when your kids were old enough to stay home alone, and how do you manage that, etc? I bet you have tons of tips and tricks that would help many mamas out there. The girls trips, romantic trips, and vacations alone that we need for self care are always supported by our ability to leave our kids without feeling that everything is going to fall apart!

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