MomsDishMN (Minnesota)

MomsDishMN (Minnesota)

Being a woman on the go can be overwhelming at times. Balancing both your family, career, and to-do list can leave you with little time to connect and stay in the loop with local events. Join us for MomsDish MN – a podcast from two Minnesota moms, Hannah and Nicole, who have a passion for making our communities feel connected, lifting up other women, and highlighting the amazing individuals around us.We hope to bring some positivity, information, and hopefully a little humor to your day. We will be sharing local stories, events and travel, entrepreneurs, and more. Each episode will also feature a song from MN musicians. All you need to know for women on the go! Visit our website www.momsdishmn.com Instagram and Facebook @momsdishmn... Show More

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August 3, 2020 73 min

In Episode 27 we spoke with Jill Pavlak and Deb Loch, life partners and co-founders of the first women owned brewery in MN. They shared their 6+ year long journey of how they overcame hurdles to open the brewery, including discrimination from banks due to being women. We discussed how their brewery is unique in the ways they focus on marketing to women and provide a space welcome to all.  We also chatted all about BEER of cours...

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In this episode we speak with Princess Haley from Appetite for Change. We talk all about the foodscape in North Minneapolis, how Appetite for Change is part of the food movement in the community, and all the amazing programs they have been able to start with input from residents of North Minneapolis. Appetite for Change currently has 2 restaurants that you can support as well, Breaking Bread Cafe and Station 81. Take a listen and l...

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In episode 25 we talked with Tri Vo from Green Card Voices. Tri shares all the different ways that Green Card Voices has expanded their platform throughout the years including videos, speaking engagements, a game, books and now a Podcast. Tri provides a very straightforward and honest review of life as an immigrant in the U.S. how we can improve our dialogue and what he hopes to see in the future for Green Card Voices in regards to...

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During Episode 24 we talk with Sarah Breiner, The Legal Mama, who is here to help individuals and families discuss and plan for something we all need to think about-our legacy. She talks about everything that should be included in your estate plan, what you can start thinking about and doing now, and why this type of planning is so important. Everyone who listens will take something away, but if you have minor children this is espe...

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In Episode 23 we talk all things gardening with Extension Horticulture Educator, Julie Weisenhorn. Julie is a wealth of information! She teaches us about lawn maintenance, gardening for beginners, herb gardens and more. If you already have a green thumb or just want to know how to mow your lawn only a few times a year, this is an episode you don't want to miss! Featuring the song "Ever Lovin Shame" by The Abiders.

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During episode 22 we talk with Kelley Larson and Rachel Kurtz. They are Minnesota musicians who also started the postpartum care business After the Baby Bump. Kelly and Rachel share how and why they started their businesses and tell us all about the dreamy care their new parents receive.  We also discuss tips for supporting families after baby is born, asking for help, why it can be so hard, and the support system After the Baby Bu...

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During episode 21 we speak with Monica Jones, self care advocate and host of the She is You podcast. With very timely advice, she shares realistic ways we can all fit self care into our schedules and how important it is to fill up our own cups when they are running low. If you feel like you have been putting yourself last and struggle with discussing your needs with your partner and children, this will be a valuable resource for yo...

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In episode 20 we speak with Michael Mader from the Minnesota company Hippy Feet. We discuss why homeless youth have such a hard time finding employment, ways Hippy Feet is helping break the cycle of homelessness in Minnesota and the company’s goals for the future. Michael also shares with us the reasons behind starting Hippy Feet and how the company has grown and changed over time. Featuring the song “New York” by Bluehound.

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In Episode 19 we chatted with Jaye White from the new Exploring the North Shore Podcast and tourism website. She shared her top lesser-known places to visit, historical facts, where to stay, events you can't miss and how to stay safe while exploring. Jaye was born and raised in the North Shore and is a wealth of knowledge about everything related to the North Shore and will have you dreaming of future family getaways while you ...

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In this episode we speak with Mandy Yang, a Kon Mari consultant. Mandy speaks to us all about her decluttering journey, how she found Marie Kondo, and how becoming a consultant has changed her life in more ways than one. She offers her story, but also very helpful tips and tricks to get you started on your organizing and decluttering journey. This is a great episode if you have been stuck at home wanting to simplify and remove unwa...

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In Episode 17 many Minnesotans are stuck at home for the foreseeable future and we want to bring some positivity to your day! We have created a list of the ways many local companies are helping each other in their time of need and how your family can help from the safety of your home. We have also compiled a huge list of ideas and resources to use to keep busy while at home for all ages.
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In Episode 16, we hear the incredible story of how Ceallaigh Anderson Smart founded her nonprofit, Print the Love, in the middle of an extremely difficult time in her life. Print the Love is now bringing smiles to people all around the world through photographs. Imagine not having a single photo of your wedding day, your children's births, or ancestors. Ceallaigh discovered that such an organization did not exist and is now tra...

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In this episode we speak with Jesse Lillejord from Chiro for Moms. She shares her entrepreneurial journey and how Chiro for Moms was born.  This innovative and unique clinic is changing the way women are being treated in Minnesota. If you don't know much about chiropractic care or have been afraid to have an adjustment this will put your mind at ease. Jesse also speaks about how chiropractic care can benefit women, children, an...

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Laura Durenberger is our guest today. Laura is the creator of the Reduce Reuse Renew blog and throughout the past few years she has been able to eliminate 35-45 lbs of waste per week in her household. She shares the tips she learned along her journey, surprising benefits of less clutter and tons of local places to shop that are environmentally friendly. You will learn ways to save time, money and clutter in your house, all the whil...

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Erica is the creator of She is Fierce and the Fit Mom Army. Her goal is to help moms and women become strong inside and out through fitness and nutrition.  She shares her expertise with us on fitness, nutrition, and wellness. Erica has wonderful tips on how to get started on your fitness journey, stay motivated, and incorporate more weight lifting into your routine. If you have goals for 2020 that involve fitness and nutrition you ...

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In episode 12 we speak with Sarah Aadland, the director of the Big-Hearted Families program at Doing Good Together. Doing Good Together has grown from a local Minnesota based non-profit to a nation wide resource for adults and families to learn more about how to volunteer within their community. She provides a variety of ways to become more involved, starting at home with your family of all ages, to a calendar of local volunteering...

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In this episode we speak with licensed parent educator, Katy Smith. Katy was the 2011 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, the first early childhood teacher in Minnesota, and the first parent educator nationally, to be honored with the award. She provides resources on how to handle various challenging behaviors from children, including sibling rivalry, tantrums and more. She shares phrases and language to use with children that increases...

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In this episode, Hannah and Nicole discuss their favorite local Minnesota holiday events to attend and feature the best places to shop local this holiday season. We have the inside scoop on many upcoming small business sales, along with 17 PROMO CODES, exclusively for our listeners. You don't want to miss this chance to hear once again all of the amazing things people in Minnesota are creating and save money in the process! Fea...

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April Ginsberg joins us today and discusses her company’s mission to keep all Minnesotans warm. MN Glow recently made their 1000th donation to charities across MN. April will inspire you to help others less fortunate and to look for ways to give back in your community. Take a listen and see what amazing things this new MN company is doing right in your own backyard! Check out their website to see all the fun hats and neck warmers! ...

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Jenny Matthews is our guest today. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, who specializes in anxiety, as well as obsessive compulsive disorder. She discusses strategies to overcome anxiety for all ages, from children to adults. She also provides tips on reducing the amount of anxiety that comes along with the Holiday season. She is a wealth of knowledge and is full of resources f...

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