This podcast is my unfiltered perspective filled with very honest and very real pitfalls, peaks, and the beautiful mom moments in between, because that’s what motherhood is – finding the beauty in the chaos! I don’t have all the answers, Sway! But I do have the truth, and I can’t wait to share mine with you! After all, life doesn’t come with a manual, it comes with a M.O.M.
Today I'm sitting down with my friend Tammi Carr, who lost her son to an inoperable brain tumor DIPG. Tammi shows incredible strength and is the definition of one tough momma. She is Founder of the ChadTough Foundation, and is brave enough to share her story with us today.
Today I sat down with my friend Jessica: wife, mom, and police officer of 13 years. She's giving me her personal insight into what it's been like working and living as a black woman during these times.
Jasmine Forts is a certified career coach and HR professional by trade, however, after 15 years in HR, 5 years experience as a career coach, and over 500+ resumes written, she now focuses more on helping out her sisters thrive in their careers. I'm so glad she took the time to sit down with me to talk us through the process of making your way back into the workforce. Grab your notebooks and pens because she's dropping major gems!
“Natural hair is an exquisite crown. It’s a wonder and fascinatin to many. But to the confident black girl or black woman who’s rockin it, they know what they’ve been born and blessed with. A head full of unique, healthy beauty. Natural beauty.”
Today I am joined by the CEO and founder of Naturalicious, Gwen Jimmere. Gwen is a gifted visionary on an unrelenting mission to eliminate the exorbitant amount of time that women spend on their beauty routine, by creating high performance, time saving beauty solutions. She’s already made her mark in history as the first African American woman to hold a patent for a natural hair care product. And all of that is the LEAST interesting part of her story! Listen now to know how hair saved her life.
Being a mother is hard enough as it is. You birth a healthy baby thinking the biggest problem you’ll have is chasing them around to make sure they don’t break any bones. Then one day, on a visit to the pediatrician, you’re faced with the reality of a diagnosis you never even imagined: autism. And it won’t affect just one child, it affects two.
Being adopted is difficult enough, picture being adopted by someone of a different race. Today I’m talking to Lydia about her transracial adoption experience and how it inspired her to become an adoption worker now.
I’m back this week with an amazing guest! Meg is joining me to share her journey of infertility and give us some insight on how she’s been able to keep her faith through one of the hardest seasons of her life.
Are you feeling worn down? Looking for ways for others to help you carry your burdens? This week we’re talking about the tools you’ll need to make sure you’re resting and letting go of the things trying to hold you back.