Have you ever planned your work meetings and social calendar around your menstrual cycle? If your answer is no, be sure to tune into this episode! Today I’m having so much fun chatting with my friend, April Davis, the creator of the Vagina Blog and the Vagina Blog Podcast. She teaches women that when you cater to your cyclical nature, you find you have hidden strengths and that there is value in resting and respecting your menstrual cycle.
April compares our menstrual cycle to the 4 changing seasons:
· Winter- is when we are menstruating. We are very intuitive during this phase and feel a strong need to hibernate. We tend to be attracted to warmer, nutrient dense foods and enjoy staying close to home.
· Spring- is the follicular phase when we have an internal energy surge. This is a great time to take on big projects and utilize the extra motivation to take action.
· Summer- is when we ovulate. We are “easy, breezy, and beautiful” during this phase. We tend to look better on camera and love being around people.
· Fall- this is the luteal phase. We are in preparation for winter. During this phase, our hormones crash and we start to question every life decision we have ever made. We sometimes hate ourselves and our spouses during this time. It’s probably not the best time to take on a big new project at work or go on a fun family vacation.
So, the next time you are planning an anniversary trip, get your calendar out. Plan it around your cycle and go during your Spring or follicular stage right after your period. This way you are feeling “up for it”, have high energy, and are feeling adventurous. Your spouse will thank you.
Be sure to check out April’s resources mentioned in the episode by going to:
Podcast: The Vagina Blog Podcast
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My guest today is the founder and CEO of inkWELL Press Productivity Co. a multi-million dollar company providing tools that work as a catalyst in helping women do less while achieving maximum success. She is also the New York Times Bestselling author of The Joy Of Missing Out, which we will be discussing in this interview.
My favorite line in this book, which is the tagline is: live more by doing less. This episode is timely and full of great nuggets of wisdom as we navigate the uncertainty swirling around us and do our best to keep first things first. Tonya shares why we must let go of balance, how to find your yes and the best way to prioritize. Productivity is not about doing more!
Here’s how you can get in touch with Tonya:
The Joy of Missing Out book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R4T8YVQ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
Tonya Dalton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonya.i.dalton/
Tonya Dalton Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonya.i.dalton/
You can register for my “How to Strengthen Your Connection During Quarantine” this Thursday at 2:00 pm MST here: https://onthebrightersideofmarriage.com/masterclass
In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Jessica Stembridge. She is a cancer survivor and mother of three, who feels her calling in life is to help moms make dinner times more manageable. She shares her 6 step framework for making mealtimes less stressful. She talks about preparation, planning, executing and dominating dinner time without all the worry and emotion that goes into it.
You can find out more about Jessica’s program by joining her FREE Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dominatedinner/ or follow her on Instagram at: @jess_biscuitsncrazy.
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Dana Malstaff, the original Boss-Mom and discussing all things Boss-Mom! She talks about how you can have great success in family life and business and what that actually looks like. We talk about what it takes to manage both of these important priorities without feeling bad about it and she gives great advice to new entrepreneurs on sticking with it, even when it seems like no one really cares.
I love how she deals with hate mail and negativity and the legacy she hopes to leave for her children. And, it’s really fun to hear about how this successful woman starts her day. Her answer might surprise you.
You can find out more about her Boss-Mom community by going to: https://boss-mom.com/ or on Instagram @danamalstaff. She has a thriving Facebook community you can join right here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossMomGroup/
Today’s episode is with Greg Denning and we are chatting about how to create an extraordinary family life. Greg is a high performance, success coach who works with individuals and families to create successful family lives.
I would listen to this episode with a pen, because Greg mentions tons of great resources for success and higher learning. We talk about the importance of keeping small commitments to ourselves and how to achieve our highest dreams and goals.