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Lifehacks for Working Moms with Megan Strand

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Lifehacks for Working Moms with Megan Strand: the podcast that helps you overcome the overwhelm, embrace the chaos and cultivate a life you love. This show ran from 2014-15 on RashPixel.FM and is now retired.

Customer Reviews

Nailed it!!

Finally! I love these Podcasts because they are no-nonsense suggestions from down to earth people. It's refreshing to hear something solid and not something "Martha-ish" that is A) unobtainable and B) just makes you feel like more of a failure when you don't have the energy or skills to do it! Keep these Podcasts going!

Why didn’t I think of that?!?

I’ve given up on waiting to have my serene Oprah moment. Really, what I need is some concrete ideas on just how to get EVERYONE's stuff off the kitchen table . . Megan’s island. And here it is! Simple, straight-forward, and easy to adapt. How refreshing to hear women talk about the little things that can keep us from achieving the big things. Sure, my daughter has the potential to grow up and cure cancer but doubtful if we can’t even find last night’s homework? Thanks, Megan. Keep solving the little problems . . .

New ideas without guilt!

I’ve listened to the first couple episodes of this podcast, and I love the easy conversational style. It’s easy for the working mom crowd to get judgey about the “right” way to do things. Even if others are telling us we should be able to do it all, we’re often right there with the crowd, setting unrealistic expectations for ourselves and feeling shame and guilt when we don’t reach them. This podcast has the feeling of chatting over coffee with a couple of friends, and coming away with lots of new ideas to try without feeling bad about where we are! Looking forward to more great conversations!

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