Momma's Morning Cup

Momma's Morning Cup

On this podcast hang out with Quinn and guests who are also fellow mommas having candid conversations and hot topics covering the 5 pillars of: Inspiration,Family, Health,Career And Books. Momma we need to fill up our cups while juggling careers, our dreams and a family. Momma’s Morning Cup is a weekly Podcast just for you to set your week up with; intentional stories, joy, laughter and a moment to yourself. I am Quinn Menier, Board Certified Case Manager specializing in Behavioral Health Turned host of Momma’s Morning Cup. The topics on this podcast are based on my personal and professional experience, a once burned out mom and entrepreneur who wants to empower women. I share my opinions and views of this world and you can also hear from other moms who will inspire us through their motherhood journeys. Grab Your morning cup and let’s dive in. Blog: Me on IG Me on FB


November 23, 2022 16 min

Exploring my emotionally healthy spirituality forced me to unpack some topics and things I haven’t had to or not in this capacity. Yall, I am a huge fan of therapy, especially for my Black and Brown folks, but this is on a different level. I want to talk about how to navigate the emotional wall as an exhausted mom. 

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How are you pouring into yourself lately? Mental health has been a huge topic lately, as it should be. How many people are now prioritizing their mental health?

In this episode, I want to share how I have been pouring into myself through grief and ways you can put yourself first and fill your cup.

Book mentioned in this episode;
Passion To Purpose by Amy McLaren (Affiliate link at no additional cost to you. T...

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Go behind the scenes and listen in to a conversation and an impromptu coaching session during a monthly Momma's Morning Cup coffee chat.
Before I took some time off, I held the monthly coffee chat inside of Momma’s Morning Cup Facebook Group. During this chat, we talked about boundaries. So good. Although I wish I could give you the inside of the whole chat, to respect the privacy of the attendees and with their permission, I w...

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I had the pleasure of talking with my mentor and business/career coach Anna Runyan. You will hear more about what I've learned in this episode.Talking with Anna is such a relatable experience.
As you will hear, she balances family and her career and really puts priorities in perspective. By the end of this episode, you will learn how to change your mindset when finding a career you love and/or working from home while balancing ...

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In this episode, I wanted to give you a behind the scenes peek my life as a busy woman balancing motherhood, a new coaching practice, a new project which I am so excited about, health changes and also my marriage.


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Do you still have dreams, desires and aspirations? I’m sure you answered yes to all of them.

What does Life Purpose mean to you?

Maybe we aren’t asking the right questions or taking the time out to discover our life’s mission and/or our life's work. Maybe you have a higher power that you believe in and you are asking, seeking and knocking on what comes your way.

I am going to have you think about a couple of things when it comes...

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The teenage years are the hardest. I find myself questioning my ability as a mother. If I can handle the pressure, the arguments, the responsibilities and the frustrations that come along with this journey. I do know that the teenage years are hardest when you are the one experiencing the body changes, the hormonal imbalances, the adjustments of schooling, the loss of friendships, the wanting to become more independent from your pa...

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Sandy's new book "Mom You're Amazing" is out now! it is a great read! It made me feel seen. Motherhood is hard and not a one size fits all, but this book made it so relatable and also learning from a more experienced mother than I am.

Have you ripped up the chore chart? Have you yelled "I will just do it myself" only to be met with eyes wide open? We have, both Sandy and I share our moments of unmet expectat...

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 [Health] Did you ever stop and ask yourself, “why did I agree to that?”  

 In the newly-released book,SIDELINED: How Women Manage & Mismanage Their Health, researcher and author Susan Salenger examines the many ways in which women manage and sometimes mismanage their healthcare.  

Salenger describes how women, typically the medical gatekeepers for their families, tend to be extremely conscientious about taking care of themselves...

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[HEALTH] What is scaring me or concerning me? What would happen if I did fail, or if I go after something that I want? What if I don't get the cleaning done in my house as I planned? What’s the worst that could happen?  When was the last time you asked yourself these questions?
This episode is about how we plan so much and have routines which are excellent and extremely important but when was the last time we were emotionally un...

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 I had the pleasure of interviewing Tracy Bingaman about values based budgeting. How finances are intertwined with how we create balance with time and freedom in our lives.
At the end of this episode you will be introduced to how we can take what we value and use it when budgeting our finances and also having balance between work and home.

Tracy talks about delegation to create more time doing the things you love and with the peopl...

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The conversation I had with Kelli Hayes Smith is very informative not only for female entrepreneurs but also every day moms who work and those who do not. Productivity doesn’t have to be something that is connected to your work life but also homelife as well. As you will hear in our discussion, sometimes we just have to plant our feet on the floor as the first step. Kelli shares her intimate story of how systems became a part of he...

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February 21, 2022 13 min

I am using my platform and my voice to speak up. I am very vocal in my opinions on my social platforms when it comes to the fight for equity among people of color, particularly Black men and women.
When I wrote this open letter to Black Mothers, I came as a Black Mother myself so I am coming from a place of empathy. I see things the way these mommas see things.
As a mother and a wife, I want my children to have the facts and also th...

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This conversation is one of my favorites on the show if I had to pick one. As I get closer to the age of 40 in a few years I have started to look at life differently, but what about my body? What changes will it go through? Have you ever been there? We hear all the things that 40 is the new 20 or perimenopause will be dreadful, but what if we can go into our 40s with confidence. If you are already 40, are you confident enough to mo...

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February 8, 2022 18 min

When was the last time you had everything mapped out for the day? You had your calendar prioritized and was ready to tackle the day? Are you currently working from home with the littles there with you? Or like me, get certain days of the week to work and stay truly focused because you only work part time and have to make the most of the focused time you get. 

In this episode, I want to walk you through the new printable worksheet to...

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Momma's Morning Cup Is One! Last year I was building an online course for busy moms and specifically special needs families. I invested a lot of money to be trained by one of the best, if not the best online course creators herself Amy Porterfield. I had accountability partners who are amazing ladies and helped me every step of the way, well we helped each other. Somewhere along the way I backed up and thought about how I can t...

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I had the pleasure of chatting with Jessica Covington about effective goal planning as a mom. In our chat we discussed where to start and how to be accountable so you can achieve your goals this year. Accountability comes in many forms and there are different ways we can get to the end result individually and as a family. Jessica guides us on what it means to dream big and also incorporating time for yourself outside of motherhood....

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EP 2 Season 2 [Family] In this episode I want to dive into some systems that are helpful to prevent burnout. Today I will go through a few systems that I use in my home and of course you can take away what may work for you and share with a friend as well.

I am sharing these systems in the hopes that you will put a system in place in your home to ease fatigue and clear up time to prevent burnout. For more systems that I have covered...

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January 10, 2022 17 min

Welcome Back To Season 2 of Momma's Morning Cup Podcast!

S2E1 In this episode I want to dive into lessons I learned and some hot topics from 2021. Maybe you found these things very interesting as well and can relate to these lessons and hot topics. 

Grab your morning cup and let’s dive into our recap of lessons learned from 2021. 

Key Takeaways:

  • The Top Rated Episode of 2021
  • The United States is Overwhelming
  • I needed a Vacation
  • Stres...
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    As we wrap up the last of The Assignment series,  I want to talk about our assignment as a mother. Let's recap what assignment means. Assignment means a job or duty that is given to someone a task someone is required to do.

    We talked about our assignment as a woman which I said, “</strong>Now, if you want to look at the definition, again, we were given a task to do. It will vary throughout our lives and envi...

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