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🙍🏽♀️ = for you 👨👩👧👦 = for families 👥 = for couples 💣= Explicit Language
🙍🏽♀️ What Sarah Said | Cycle-Syncing Your Workouts (19 min)
The phases of your cycle can determine how effective your workouts can be! Find out what types of exercise benefits you during different phases.
Imagine thinking guerilla warfare was gorillas attacking people. Or that the Clinton scandal was ONLY about a stain on a dress (leading you to fear for getting stains on your clothes)! Mainstream news is not for kids, and LifeKit has some great solutions for explaining news to kids.
👨👩👧👦 TED Talks Daily | How to turn moments into momentum (5 min)
When Renee Montgomery opted out of her dream job, she did it because she wanted to turn her attention to the Black community. She is turning important moments into meaningful momentum.
As moms, we need to learn to say no more often. We need to be able to focus on the things we want to do and eliminate the ones we don’t give a… f*ck about.
Chalene is here to give us really great ideas & products to make your life easier, healthier and more efficient.
🙍🏽♀️ Short Wave | How COVID-19 Has Changed Science (14 min)
Imagine a mom who is also a scientist. COVID hits. Her child is doing school from home, her lab at the university she works at closed, so what does she do? Start a lab in her community and revise how testing is done, of course! Moms are Superheroes!
💣 Terrible, Thanks For Asking | Just Like Us (42 min)
Actress Busy Phillips discusses her life and career and how her passion is to help women in her industry. We also learn how ‘gaslighting’ got it’s name!
🙍🏽♀️ TED Radio Hour | School of Life (55 min)
Last week we shared a short talk from Stacy Abrams. This week, we dive deeper into her story and others. Imagine as a high-schooler being invited to the Governor’s mansion with all the other valedictorians in Georgia and the guard not believing you are supposed to be there because of the color of your skin and because you just got off of public transportation. Then imagine, many years later… you are the nominee for Governor in that same state.