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46: Overwhelmed

46: Overwhelmed

If you haven’t felt overwhelmed at least a little this year, then please, share your secret! Because if there was ever a year for it all to be just too much sometimes, 2020 is it. There’s a pandemic raging, our routines are completely changed, our families are just ... always … there. This week we talk about the things that overwhelm us and how we keep from completely losing it!

45: Judgy

45: Judgy

It’s super easy to be the perfect parent … when you don’t have any kids. The three of us admit we sometimes judged parents before we had our own kids, but as moms, we found ourselves doing some of those same things we had previously given the side-eye. This week we talk about all the things we thought we’d do better than everyone else as parents, as well as what it’s like when we feel like we’re being judged as moms now.

42: Sorry, Mom!

42: Sorry, Mom!

KIDS. They really know how to test our patience some days, don’t they? But don’t forget — we were all kids once, and we definitely annoyed the bejesus out of our parents too! This week we remember back to those things we did as kids that we thought were no big deal at the time, but in retrospect … we’re so sorry, Mom and Dad!

40: Relationship Green Flags

40: Relationship Green Flags

This week we’re flipping the script on last week’s conversation about red flags in relationships and taking it to a happier place — the green flags! We talk about the little positive clues we’ve noticed in many of our relationships (including our friendships with each other — awww) that made us realize we’ve found a keeper of a partner, a friend, or a new fave coworker. We think the green flags might be just as telling as the red ones, don’t you?

39: Relationship Red Flags

39: Relationship Red Flags

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” Maya Angelou understood the importance of recognizing red flags in a relationship, and we’ve learned to as well … after plenty of experience with them, which is what we're discussing in this week’s episode. Whether with a romantic partner or a friend, coworker or family member, warning signs can pop up — but sometimes recognizing these clues is easier said than done.