The Soul Mammas Podcast: Real motherhood talk on mindful, passionate living as parents
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This week’s interviewee, Nicole Jessen of Love Threads, a popular online store with a fresh bohemian vibe, speaks her mind and lives from her heart. This creative mama of a four year old, who currently resides in Santa Barbara California, prioritizes speaking and living authentically in her truth. What you see is what you get.
This fit, active self-proclaimed lover of exercise and the sunny beaches of California, gracefully owns and runs her popular online business, married life, time to herself, and of course precious time with her daughter Elenor-the light of her life.
After going through the heartbreaking experience of being unable to conceive, Nicole went through the emotionally draining process of in vitro fertilization. After she and her husband were finally blessed with her little miracle, Elenor in 2014.
That experience changed her perspective on not only her career, but on life itself, and she now believes in taking time for what matters most, her family and her joy. Nicole still thoroughly enjoys hard work and has negotiated a life where she can work hard and play hard.
In this episode Nicole will be talking to our audience candidly not only about the successes of living a passionate entrepreneurial life with a little one, while navigating taking time to herself while running her popular online store, but also the many challenges she faced along the way, and shares about her experiences with IVF. Her story is sure to resonate with mommies from all walks of life, including entrepreneurial moms and those who have had struggles conceiving or experiences with miscarriage and loss.
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Jen Sincero: Referencing her book: You are a Badass: How to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life where she speaks about how our scariest, and most uncomfortable moments often lead to our biggest successes.
Chelsea Handler (Speaking about women competing with other women)
“It’s time to get focused on what really matters,” she wrote. “Find women that are different than you and figure out the things you have in common. We have a whole generation of girls who are looking at us to see how we treat each other. Let’s show them what the power of being a woman really looks like. Let’s open our arms to each other, and to them.”