816: Vulnerability by Catherine of Common Sense Living on How To Create Better Relationships
9 min

Catherine of Common Sense Living discusses the all important topic of vulnerability.

Episode 816: Vulnerability by Catherine of Common Sense Living on How To Create Better Relationships

Catherine is a blogger and founder of Common Sense Living. She enjoys cooking, reading and has recently rediscovered a love for writing which inspired her to start Common Sense Living as well as an Instagram account on which she posts original quotes and other inspirational quotes from writers she admires - along with her own blurbs about those quotes and her thoughts on them. She’s also started a podcast called Common Sense Living that you can find on all the major podcast platforms, and she invites us all to listen, follow her work and join her for her journey on which she hopes to teach others some of the lessons that she’s learned along the way.

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Optimal Health Daily
Optimal Health Daily
Dr. Neal Malik
1187: Does Having Healthcare Make You Healthier by Jason Loebig of LiveBetterCo
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11 min
How to be a Minimalist
How to be a Minimalist
Katie Coughran
How to be a Minimalist Q&A — Ep. 54
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28 min
The Slow Home Podcast
The Slow Home Podcast
Brooke McAlary
Meditation, acceptance and relinquishing control with Kevin Janks - Life in the Time of Covid-19
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40 min
Frugal Friends Podcast
Frugal Friends Podcast
Jen Smith & Jill Sirianni
135: Frugal Tech | What to Buy, When to Buy New & Tips for Saving on Electronics
Tis the season for purchasing new TV's, phones, tablets, and more but buying new and impulsively can cost a lot of money! On this episode we're talking about what to buy, when to buy new, and tips for saving on electronics. Sponsors:  Debt Free Christmas Planner- If you have the best intentions about controlling your holiday spending but every year it feels like you forget something Jen has made a FREE Christmas planner to help you record every cost and stay on budget this holiday season. This planner will help you keep track of your spending on family traditions, recipes, dinners and parties, gifts and more to make sure you don’t miss anything. Then use the 2021 planning chart to make sure you’re on track to saving the right amount next year! If this sounds like something you need head to https://www.frugalfriendspodcast.com/holidayto get your free planner. Craigslist Posts: Before Facebook marketplace and eBay, there was Craigslist. 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47 min
Organize 365 Podcast
Organize 365 Podcast
Lisa Woodruff
362 - The 4 Kinds of Work Part 2
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31 min
My New Life
My New Life
Lovevery
Baby’s First Steps: Walking and Other Milestones
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19 min
Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
Hunter Clarke-Fields
Simpler, More Natural Parenting - Rachel Rainbolt [252]
Simpler, more natural living is really appealing to thoughtful parents in our world of more tech and more stuff. It can give us a sense of rest and ease. But how do we get there from our busy lives? My guest, Rachel Rainbolt helps us move from overwhelmed to calm, from fearful to trusting. If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! Takeaways: * Kids absorb their environment and reflect it back in their behavior. * When we have the intention to join with our child, we get out of the house more easily. * We need to pull together our intuition with science and research. Rachel Rainbolt is the Sage Family coach, writer, podcaster, and advocate for gentle parenting, natural homeschooling, and simple living, with an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy and decades of experience guiding families to peace and joy at rachelrainbolt.com. She works from the Pacific Northwest, where she lives wild and free in connection with her 3 wildlings and the papa bear in their fixer-upper on the beach. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we’re over 25 thousand strong! Download the audio training, Mindfulness For Moms (The Superpower You Need) for free! It's at mindfulmomguide.com. Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com. Be sure to check out these deals from this week’s sponsors: * Get started right away with no shipping required by going to StoryWorth.com/hunter. You'll get $10 off your first purchase! * Get 25% off your entire order for a limited time with promo code HUNTER at braddockusa.com/. * To learn more about the Homeschool Magnet student experience, visit https://www.homeschoolmagnet.com/
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