Joy and Sarah are stoked to be joined by the one and only Leigh Nash! You know her from her hit song “Kiss Me” by Sixpence none the Richer. She is currently on the road guesting for 10’000 Maniacs in attempts to survive being an empty-nester. Joy has to rearrange the nursery and Sarah is tired of being the bad cop.
The girls are joined by Lindsey Rhodes, a hot yoga instructor in East Nashville who walks us through her journey with IVF.
Joy, Sarah and Jenny are mixing things up this season! They are using this time as a “Mom Therapy” session where they can broach topics they are currently dealing with. Submit yours via Instagram!
Sarah and Joy sit down with singer-songwriter and musician Shelly Colvin, who walks us through the tragic day in May of 2020 when she almost lost her husband and son.
Liz describes herself as a chronic optimist . She tells the tales of her 5 natural, drug-free births that took place all over the US, one technically falling out in her shorts. Also she didn’t use baby wipes, in case you wanna feel shittier about yourself. No pun intended.
Joy and Sarah interview Trained Herbalist Leah Larabell, who shares with us what led her to be so passionate about nature and all it has to offer and opens up about her difficulty to conceive. She gives us some easy tips on how to prepare our immune systems for the winter.
Joy & Sarah are joined by their husbands for this year’s Father’s Day special!!
Joined once again by resident Momcult guru, Jenny Black, the girls rehash their discussion with elementary school principal, Kellee Akers. We touch on the illusion of balance and how to be helpful after a traumatic event.
Joy and Sarah are joined by Elementary School Principal, Kellee Akers. She is a mother to 3 teenagers and has been an urban school educator for 25 years so to say she’s gathered some tidbits about parenting along the way is an understatement. You won’t wanna miss this one!
Jenny shares her grief about losing her kids to the world’s expectations once they started school and the struggle to learn how both you and your kids adapt and function within a new system.
The girls sit down with longtime friend, Stephanie Melidis Wilson to discuss the day to day juggling act we all perform and the importance of soaking in the sweet moments.
Sarah, Joy and Jenny sit down once again to talk through Emily’s visit. We learn a new significance of the song “Red, Red Wine” and did you know you can learn about yourself through your handwriting?