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She Reaches Podcast

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She Reaches Podcast is hosted by Tiffany Walker, strategist for working moms who are tired of settling in their careers and personal lives. Follow along each week to hear stories and realistic strategies for reaching for more in your career, personal life, and relationships as a working mom. Let’s not settle for just “ok,” let’s reach for more. Find show notes and resources at shereaches.com and follow @shereaches on instagram and FB.

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Ep #124|A Working Dad's Perspective with Matthew Sharp
Ever wonder about the working dad's perspective on how to make life work in a modern dual income family? In this episode, Matthew Sharp is sharing his story about how he makes things work in his household. Matthew is a husband and dad to two (soon to be 3!). He's also been a champion for working parents by being involved in a parental leave initiative at his company. Matthew talks about why he became involved and why it didn't deter him that the initiative was an offshoot of a women's group at his company. There are a lot of negative stories of partnerships when we talk about working moms so I hope this starts to change the narrative and highlight the cases where a partnership is working well. I hope you consider sharing this episode with your partner! Highlights: Matthew's career background and family life Matthew's schedule and how he and his wife make things work day to day Variable vs. predictable work schedules and how that impacts how they handle things like sick days for their kids His thoughts on the most stressful part of being a working dad The parental leave policy initiative Matthew was involved in at his company Getting involved in women's initiatives as a man and speaking up for people who don't have as much power Tips for other parents in making things work as a dual income family Today’s Guest: Matthew Sharp recently transitioned to a new role at Facebook in the Marketing Science group. Most recently, Matthew Sharp lead the Customer Knowledge team at Novantas, a financial services advisory and technology solutions firm. Matthew's team lead all primary customer research efforts at the firm. Additionally, in his time at Novantas, Matthew championed policies that benefit women at Novantas (more specifically, working mothers) by building business cases and successfully advocating for a new parental leave policy. He also led a group that founded and launched the company's corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, NovaGIVES. Matthew is a husband of a working mother and spends most of his time outside of work with her and their two sons. They are expecting their third child (a little girl) in July 2019. Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewasharp/
Ep #123 | Exercise and Taking Care of Your Body as a Working Mom with Erica Ziel
Do you wonder if it's too late to get back in the exercise game after having your kids? In this episode, I'm talking with fitness expert Erica Ziel about exercise and taking care of your body after having kids. We talk about postpartum challenges and preventative measures women need to take to feel good now and later in life. We also laugh as we chat about the "mom butt" or still looking pregnant even after you're years postpartum. If you have struggled to get back in the exercise game after having your kids - no matter how long ago that was - this is the episode for you! Highlights: How Erica got into fitness and wellness Common complaints and challenges for women after having kids Why your pelvic floor is important, how to strengthen it, and why it's never too late How to get started in exercising even if you haven't done it since before having your kids Why working out harder and longer can actually make it more difficult to lose weight Balancing out your body from things like holding your kids "Mom butt" and how to change your posture to find your booty again Why you may look pregnant long after you are What you can do if you're sitting most of the day Today’s Guest: Published author, founder of Core Athletica® Inc., Knocked-Up Fitness®, creator of the Core Rehab Program, expert on Fascial Training, Core and Pre/Postnatal Exercise Specialist. Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Human Performance from Iowa State University, a Certified Personal Trainer, Pilates Instructor, Nutrition Coach and Mama of 3.  Erica has been featured in and contributed to many publications including; The Strength and Conditioning Journal, People.com, Oxygen Magazine, Fit Pregnancy, Pilates Style Magazine, Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine + LiveStrong.com.  Growing up on a family farm in the Midwest, she worked alongside her family on the farm - this environment instilled a strong family focus and an incredible work ethic she has carried with her, and is reflected today in her dedication to her family and her successful business. Erica’s Functional Fascial Core method has proven to generate quicker and better results for her clients! She has been in the wellness space now for over 15 years. Resources: www.EricaZiel.com www.Knocked-UpFitness.com Erica's membership  Core Connections Podcast Erica Ziel on Instagram
Ep #122 | Overcoming Feeling "Stretched Too Thin" with Jessica Turner
Do you feel stretched too thin? In this podcast episode, I'm talking to Jessica Turner, the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She juggles a full-time job while also being a blogger and author and she shares how she things about what she does and doesn't do to keep her household running. We also talked about how you can go from surviving to thriving as a working mom, the role of partners in making things work, and how you might make time for friends even during a busy season. Highlights: Jessica's background and what lead to writing the Fringe Hours and Stretched Too Thin The areas that Jessica has chosen to outsource during this season of her life The things that she also automates to save time How to think about it when considering outsourcing or automating What the fringe hours are and how you can use them to your advantage Jessica's thoughts on how working moms can go from surviving to thriving The role of partners in making things work How to make time for friends and the importance of community Today’s Guest: Jessica N. Turner is the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She is also an award-winning marketing executive and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative (www.themomcreative.com). Additionally, she is a writer for the Today Parenting Team and DaySpring's (in)courage, an advocate for World Vision, a regular speaker at events nationwide. She and her husband, Matthew live with their three children in Nashville, Tennessee. Resources: Themomcreative.com instagram.com/jessicanturner instagram.com/booksnobbery Facebook.com/themomcreative The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive
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Started
Mar 31st, 2016
Latest Episode
May 21st, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
127
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes
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