We're doing things a little different this summer when it comes to interviews. Rather than bring on an expert in a particular field, I invited real moms with real struggles to come on the show to share with us what they are going through in motherhood and at home. Sometimes, just hearing another mom ask a question that you've always had is exactly the thing you need to motivate you toward change and improvement.
Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Julia Holen who is going to rock your world with how open, honest and vulnerable she is about her life. It takes courage to speak about her struggles with bipolar disorder and she does so with strength and openness. We had a wonderful chat on how she can plan her routines around her life, rather than the other way around and how to stick to household and motherhood routines even in the face of difficult circumstances.
Join me for another raw and beautiful episode in the M-Lab sessions.
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR TODAY:
- A raw interview and on-air coaching sessions with Julia Holen, a Homemakerish U student.
Julia is a 32-year-old stay-at-home mom to her two girls, ages 3 and 2, and wife to a husband that works from home. Before kids, Julia worked professionally as a radio news anchor and then print journalist. She's worked from home as a freelance writer since the birth of her first daughter. She's also a minimalist in process for about 18 months now.
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