The 29 Minute Mom

The 29 Minute Mom

Hosted by Jennifer Ford Berry, Life’s Expert Organizer, inspirational speaker, and best-selling author (books include Organize Now! series, Purpose Over Possessions and Make Room (to be released May 2022). Jennifer is passionate about helping moms live out their life with purpose. The goal of the show is to bring inspiration, organization, and education to moms/women that will make every minute in their busy day count. (www.jenniferfordberry.com)

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September 5, 2021 28 min

My guest today, Michelle Nietert, will really inspire and equip you to be the type of mom that is raising mentally healthy kids! Our conversation gets deep as we share our own struggles as mothers and how we overcame them. This pandemic has really taken a toll on our children and it is OK to admit you need some help navigating their feelings, as well as, your own! Michelle also shares some key questions to ask your kids in order to...

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The bathroom is most likely the first thing you see in the morning. If you are beginning your day in a cluttered mess, you’re setting the stage for a stressed-out day! The bathroom is also usually the small- est room in the house but one in which you spend a lot of time. The only items that should be stored in this room should relate to bathing, hygiene, toilette or relaxing.


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Dr. Aimee Trammell is back on our show sharing more COVID vaccine updates. She was previously a guest on Episode 88 and it was one of our most popular episodes. We love Dr. Trammell because she simply shares information based on medical information that has come out over the past few months. Our goal with this show is to share information WITHOUT judgment. We hope that you find this episode informative.


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Today's episode is about a story that should be on Dateline or at the very least covered by the news. It is a story that will break any parent's heart. Our guest, Laura Koepp, shares the story of what happened when her daughter Cassy, a young woman with disabilities, was deplaned for taking her mask down on an airplane when she needed to swallow her medicine.


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We often associate a ritual with religious or spiritual activity, but in the broadest definition, a ritual is simply a set pattern of activity. Making something into a ritual will inevitably place more importance on the activity. It will also help you be more conscious of what is happening, how it is happening, and how it affects you. Because of this, rituals can be a great aid in making changes in your life and forming new bene...

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In this episode, Jennifer shares what has been going on in her personal life including the tough times and an exciting announcement.

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At times, moms can feel like the weight of the world is sitting on our shoulders as we raise our kids. Some days we have it together, and others, we feel like we are losing control. If this sounds like you, you're not alone, and our guest today, Jeannie Cunnion, wants us to share her wisdom on this topic. She wants to let you know you are not alone in parenting, and, no, she's not just talking about your husband. She shares...

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In a world where unlimited information is constantly at your fingertips, many people have lost the curiosity about life. The places we go, the things we do, and even the people we love. Today, our guest, Lori Beth Auldridge, explains how she integrates lifeschooling with her family and how curiosity helps strengthen your relationships. If you are not familiar with lifeschooling is the process of discovering your child's God-giv...

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Have you ever considered a more natural approach to your beauty routine? What about actually making your own botanical beauty products? You don't need to be a biologist to make this possible. Today's guest, Lorraine Dellmeier, explains how indie beauty, including making your own natural products, can have a massive impact on your skin and hair. The best part? The secret ingredient is something we all have access to; love.

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With so much information being given out regarding the Covid-19 vax I felt it was my responsibility to share the knowledge I have learned from Dr. Aimee Tramm. I believe God put Dr. Tramm in my path for a reason. My listeners should know that I believe each American should be given free choice when it comes to their body and their healthcare. This episode is not meant to persuade anyone in one direction or another. It is simply to ...

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You may not realize it, but your environment impacts your behavior. What looks good on Pinterest doesn't always feel good in your space. Did you know that the colors around you can help fulfill your psychological and emotional needs? Sound intriguing? This is the episode for you. Today Jennifer welcomes Mehnaz Khan, a color psychologist who breaks down how the system of color can help us be more productive.

 

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We continue to dive deeper into Purpose Over Possessions as we turn the page to Chapter 3: Possessions. We all have them. Some more than others. But, do we need everything we have? So many of the items we have in our homes are no longer working, useful, or serving a purpose. We aren't taking them with us when we leave this earth, so what can we do to take control of the stuff now? Today we discuss how possessions require our sp...

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The addition of a new baby can completely change the dynamic of a relationship. Even though the nursery is complete and the car seat is installed, nothing can quite prepare you for the drastic changes that come with adding another member to the family. These changes can be minor and easy to overcome, but they can also be substantial and require more effort from both parents to keep everyone healthy and happy. Jennifer's guest t...

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Do you want to know how to stop being an angry mom? In a year where nothing went as planned, we all might be dealing with extra stress, anxiety, and destructive anger. Beyond the past year, these things creep into our everyday life; from the terrible two tantrums that seem to pop up too often, to the teenage angst and attitude that we can't seem to overcome. Today Jennifer welcomes Natalie Hixson, life coach and mommy, who shar...

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Did you know saving $7 a day and investing it with 7% returns can make you a millionaire? Finances aren't necessarily something taught in school. How can we teach our kids to make smart financial decisions if we don't know the best ways ourselves? Before you send your kids out into the world or make another decision for yourself, listen to our guest today, The Seven Dollar Millionaire. He set out to teach his daughter how t...

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We are told to get rid of clutter but what exactly defines clutter? You may be surprised by the answer. If you can't define it then how will you know how to get rid of it? Today Jennifer does just that. She explains how you can define the clutter in your life. Clutter comes in many shapes and sizes including physical clutter, mental clutter, and relationship clutter. Stop letting clutter get in the way of living your best...

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Most parents are interested in raising compassionate kids. But with so many outside influences impacting our children, it seems we have to work harder and be more deliberate to instill the values we want our kids to have. So many moms say above all else, they want to raise kind children; but how can you help to make that happen? Today Jennifer welcomes back Marielle Melling, a busy mom of 5, who helps to breakdown ways you can help...

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February 18, 2021 20 min

This week we are covering chapter 2 of Jennifer's newest book: Purpose Over Possessions: decluttering your life so you can live on purpose. This chapter will get you PUMPED to start taking actionable steps toward finding your purpose and then living it out every single day. There is nothing more exciting or fulfilling than to wake up each day knowing you are following your purpose!

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The journey of parenting teenage daughters can have its ups and downs. When you think you have it figured out, the relationship changes, the challenges change, and you have to adjust. Today, Jennifer welcomes Kari Kampakis, author and mom of 4 daughters. She shares her own experiences parenting her daughters, handling the tough moments, and the lessons learned to help other moms navigate the teen years.


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