No one mom “does it all”–or so we’re told. But what exactly DON’T we do? In Episode 161 Meagan and Sarah share our experience finding ways to opt out of the little (and sometimes not-so-little) tasks and obligations that aren’t meaningful to us as moms, making room for more of what is.
PLUS resident new mom Katie Addiss joins Sarah at the end of the show to talk about a great swimsuit-saving strategy and other tales from the trenches. Join us!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 161:
- Katie’s blog post about making rash guard swim suits more long-lasting
- Boon Pulp Silicone Feeder, the silicon baby feeder Sarah’s sister has
- Magical Night Visitors (Bunnies, Elves, Fairies, and Jolly Fat Dudes) (Episode 96)
Queue It Up!
We picked an episode from the archives to listen to when you’re done with this one! It’s called What Are Your “Mom Superpowers”?, and it’s from March 29, 2016. Click here to play it now!