June 22, 2020
Episode 39: Light bulb moments with Molly
Join us for a discussion on how to be a better human being and leadership. In the midst of this current chaos, injustice and grief many of us are turning inward doing the work to be better humans to lift up our brothers and sisters who are hurting. We checked in with Molly Grisham, a courageous and compassionate communicator. Molly works in her own business developing people and getting leaders and teams to reach new heights. We discussed the Myers Briggs Inventory and the Enneagram. We talked specifically how to use those tools to step outside your window of tolerance, learn about yourself and be a better human to help lift up others. Find more of Molly's work at MollyGrisham.com
June 8, 2020
Episode 38: The color of autism
Please join in on the conversation with Camille Proctor and her discussion on the experience of being a caregiver to her black autistic son. She is also the founder and executive director of The Color of Autism Foundation. The the foundation, she supports autistic families in the African American community. Black children are far more likely to be misdiagnosed or not dianognsed with autism until much later in life. This makes it very difficult for black families to get the support they need. Please consider donating to thecolorofautism.org and support her work locally and globally.
May 18, 2020
Episode 37: School's out forEVER!
Join Sara and Terra and a couple of their mom friends Rebecca and Steph to discuss hopes and fears about the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. We discuss the impacts the COVID-19 crisis have had on our families and our biggest decisions that we face going into the next school year. What will impact your decision making for your family and the upcoming academic year? The moms share some decision making skills that they use in these tough times.
Steph joins us from the Strength in Sharing podcast. Check her out at strengthinsharingpodcast.com.
May 4, 2020
Episode 36: Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration
Join Sara and Terra and our legal eagle friends from Albeit Weiker, LLP as we discuss special education in the COVID crisis. You can find help for all your school law needs from the dedicated team at Albeit Weiker, LLP at awlawohio.com.
April 20, 2020
Things have fallen apart. In this episode, we talk about the biggest concerns we have when they come back together. We talk about the fear and uncertainty that is present when we think about our world opening back up. Terra talks about three things to help you become better friends with your fear.
April 9, 2020
Episode 34: Good is effing good enough.
Welcome to our first episode from the virtual kitchen table during this global pandemic. Sara and I are not really sure what day it is anymore and we share with you how we are coping with current life disruptions.
March 16, 2020
How’s your anxiety?
How’s your child care situation?
How’s your job situation?
March 9, 2020
We cover a LOT in this episode. What happens when lack of sleep, vicarious trauma, CNN and emails from your children's school about COVID-19 combine? Find out in this conversation. Also, we discuss some of the resolutions for the podcast and the direction we want to take things in the next year! Whoot!!!
February 17, 2020
Episode 32: Normal in LALAland
Welcome to the kitchen table! In this episode we tell a story that includes Oprah’s tequila, photography, a comedy club, Rob Bell, mama bears, a new grandfather, the ocean, a Canadian minister and avocado toast, a prince tribute concert with a gardener, and how we discovered the joy that is just below the surface of it all.
February 3, 2020
Episode 31: Awkwardly Social
Sara, Terra and Jen from Sass Master Designs talk about all things awkward. Listen in for a discussion about what keeps you connecting with others. They also talk about letting that awkward flag fly and how to connect with people who like the same grocery store you do.