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The Motherly Podcast

A weekly Kids, Family and Society podcast
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In this episode, Liz speaks to renowned psychotherapist, podcast host, and New York Times bestselling author, Esther Perel, about pandemic parenting, how we can build our own modern village to support both parents and kids, and how mothers can
Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn have been best friends since they met as young singers and actors more than 15 years ago. Now, they are collaborating on a new Amazon Original animated kids series — Do, Re, & Mi — which premieres this week. Liz che
NPR Global Health Desk Correspondent, Dr. Michaeleen Doucleff, traveled to three continents with her three-year-old daughter, Rosie, along as her sidekick. Together, they lived with Maya, Hadzabe, and Inuit families, and learned how to tame Ros
With our kids heading back to school, Liz checks back in with economist and bestselling author Emily Oster to find out what the latest data says about the COVID Delta variant. She also talks to Emily about her new book, The Family Firm, which h
Elle Moxley is the Founder and Director of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, which advocates for Black Trans people, as well as the co-founding member and former strategic partner of the Black Lives Matter network. In this special episode, Elle
In this episode, Liz talks to Jenné Claiborne, founder of the wildly popular vegan lifestyle platform and cookbook, Sweet Potato Soul, about how she went from being a picky chicken nugget eater kid to a plant-based chef, cooking instructor, and
In this episode, Liz speaks with Laura Chambers, the CEO of Willow Pump about  Willow’s breakthrough, mobile breast pump and why we need to put mothers at the center of our conversation within our culture. Laura also talked about her struggles
In this first episode of Season 8 of The Motherly Podcast, Liz speaks with Heng Ou, the author of the book The First 40 Days: The Essential Art of Nourishing the New Mother and the founder of Motherbees, which is a food and lifestyle company th
In this episode, Liz talks to best friends, moms, and co-founders, Callie Christensen and Kelly Oriard. Callie, a special education teacher, and Kelly, a former family therapist, started their wildly successful company, Slumberkins, which makes
In this episode, Liz speaks with Montessori educators and authors, Simone Davies and Junnifa Uzodike. They discuss their latest book, Montessori Baby and explain the Montessori philosophy and how to apply it to the youngest children (even befor
Mindy Thomas, co-host of the popular kids podcast Wow in the World, talks to Liz about her new book for kids, The Wow and How of the Human Body, why every day in her house is a “yes” day, and how she keeps the spirit of fun and play alive even
Dawn Fable started her CBD brand, Press Pause, to help other mothers, like herself, find a more natural way to combat anxiety and generalized anxiety disorder. In this conversation with Liz, she educates us on CBD, explains what to look for whe
Liz talks to musician and author, Jewel, about the importance of both nature and nurture, her difficult childhood, and why breaking negative patterns and cycles was so important to her before having her son. She also talks about how she taught
Katherine May’s bestselling memoir, Wintering, which was released in January 2021, at the height of our pandemic winter, couldn’t have been more timely. The book chronicles her year of retreat from the world after a series of events left her in
After the birth of her son, Washington Post investigative reporter, Emma Brown, made the decision that she wanted to raise her boy to be different than many of the men she reported on in the wake of the #Metoo movement. So, she traveled across
Melissa Bernstein is one-half of the incredibly successful global toy company Melissa & Doug. However, the mother of six and creator behind the joyful toys has also secretly battled depression for most of her life. In this candid interview, Mel
Celebrated floral designer Sarah Winward explains why we shouldn’t feel intimidated by flowers, how she learned to balance her career and kids, and why she wants us all to take a deeper look at the natural beauty that surrounds us. She also tal
Liz checks in with HGTV’s Design Star Next Gen Winner, Cameon Hamilton, to discuss her life-changing win, how her background in healthcare design shaped her unique interior design approach, why she believes everyone should have access to a beau
Liz checks in with Shea McGee, one half of Studio McGee, author, star of the Netflix show “Dream Home Makeover,” and co-creator of a sold-out Target Line. Shea talks about her upcoming pregnancy, how she plans to recalibrate following a busy ye
DIY design queen Angela Rose has amassed a huge following for helping to make her home and others’ look like the ones we all love to pin on Pinterest but think we can never pull off or afford. In this episode, Angela talked to Liz about how her
In this inspiring first episode of Season 7 of the podcast, Cortney Novogratz, one half the home design duo, The Novogratz, and mother to seven kids, talks about how starting her company with her husband was a way to bring her career and her pr
Liz checks in with the editor and founding member of The Lily, The Washington Post’s publication that puts women at the center. Neema explains why we need publications like The Lily to tell these stories about women, why we need to show up for
In honor of Women's History Month, we are celebrating trailblazing mothers all month. First, with an interview with Senator Tammy Duckworth (Illinois), one of the most prominent mothers in American government today, that we aired in our very fi
Black Women’s Health Imperative President & CEO, Linda Goler Blount, talks to Liz about her accomplished career, why the health of Black women is at a crisis-point, how her grandchild motivates her, and why scientific data matters when it comes
Liz speaks with Refinery29’s Global Editor-in-Chief, Simone Oliver, about her new role, why she always gives people the benefit of the doubt, and how going to an all-girls school and then attending Howard, a historically black college, shaped h
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