Like a PA Mom's Night Out & a TED Talk had a baby... then the Mom's Night Out put her scrubs on and went back to work.
The best of the best advice to help physician assistant moms conquer work less, earn more, have better boundaries and feel fulfilled as a mom!
How we spend our time and how we spend our money often run in tandem. However, let’s be careful not to use the limiting mindset and the finite amount of time we have when our kids are young to justify overspending. A lot of this work exists in figuring out what you value most and then lining up how you spend your minutes and how you spend your dollars in alignment with those values.
You know that nagging feeling that you could be doing more with your money and how you wish you could create more space and options for your family? Amy Scott, Couples Financial Coach, will teach you how to declutter your finances and implement systems that work for you!
Feeling burned out in medicine? Having tugs of pre-burnout pulling on your heart in motherhood? We are talking all things burnout and how to walk out of burnout and into balance with Caitlin Long of Lifelong Wellness.
ITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHER MOTHERHOOD SHOULD COME WITH WARNING LABELS Have you ever felt like becoming a parent should come with an instruction manual? Like there should be a test they make you take before leaving the hospital to make sure that you, you know, have a clue? Know what to do? Are somehow, even the tiniest bit […]
ITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHER If you are a human being, more specifically a mother, who has ever felt not good enough, smart enough, fun enough, together enough, beautiful enough or just not plain enough to be a “good mom”, this post and this podcast episode is for YOU! My guest is Katherine Wintsch, author of Slay Like A Mother and expert in […]
If you want to get out of debt and “be better” with money, this episode of Fulfilled – The Podcast is for you. Allie, The Debt Free Nurse shares her journey to paying off $15k in credit cards and $46k in student loans! She worked *smarter* not harder and spent time and money on the things she loved.
Seeking to determine your purpose and driving to excel, hit goals, and give back, to find your purpose and to be driven to achieve this are so fulfilling as a professional. Rachel Jurgenson is sharing about parenting, purpose and pivoting in working motherhood.
Imposter Syndrome – that nagging feeling that you aren’t as skilled or able as those around you, those sneaky doubts and that mean girl in your head – it happens! This show is all about the antidote to imposter syndrome and how to overcome your doubts in motherhood and at work.
If you have gotten out of your groove and fallen into a slump, but you’re looking to establish or re-establish energizing routines and rituals… hit play! Regardless of what habit you’re aiming for, it’s about celebrating progress, breaking it down and taking it one step at a time. This episode is short, sweet, and chalk full of tangible tips!