We’re back with part 2 of our review of the Very Brady Renovation. We discuss episodes 3 and 4, including our respect for the construction team on this show and our dislike of one of the designers on the show. Grab a warm and tasty drink and re-watch this show with our commentary in the background.
We followed the saga of purchasing of the Brady Bunch house and announced the show was being filmed. Now, we watched it and we have our thoughts and opinions…a lot of opinions! Part 1 covers episodes 1 and 2 of the HGTV show. Join us as we cover the ins and outs of this unique renovation show that is soooooo “iconic”!
Happy Friday listeners! We are new this week with a somewhat controversial topic, participation trophies. We have all seen the memes and jokes about children receiving participation trophies, but we wanted to have a real conversation on the topic and the background behind the trophies, pros and cons, and does it really make our children entitled? We were surprised with what we found and how our own opinions changed.
History of participation trophies
Psychological debate round participation trophies
Food for thought…
More links to come…
Happy weekend listeners! This week, we are picking up where we left off discussing the mental load and its effects on women, especially mothers. Part 2 covers how to have difficult conversations about the mental load with our spouses and practical steps you can take to begin rebalancing the priorities. So grab a light or heavy (whatever helps you get through) and join us as we discuss how we are trying to rebalance our lives.
Tips for Rebalancing the Mental Load
We tackle a rather loaded topic over the next two episodes. We are discussing the “mental load”, also known as the “invisible load” women, especially mothers, take on a daily basis. In this first part, we discuss the “mental load” cartoon, our own experiences with handling (or lack of) the mental load, and how it can affect mothers.
“You should’ve asked” – Mental load cartoon
Women’s invisible labor leaves them feeling empty, study finds
Mom’s invisible task list
The mental workload of a mother
Scottish Lake’s DNA Suggests Loch Ness ‘Monster’ Might Be Giant Eel
Bigfoot’s Watching Me: N.C. Man Shares Footage Of Something In The Woods
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Hi listeners! Sarah and Pamela are back together for the first time since baby Brianna’s arrival. Pamela discusses the circumstances of why she made her arrival a week early and how things have been going since then. Cozy up with something delicious and enjoy some good laughs on Pamela’s thoughts on having a family of 5 now. Also, Pamela relishes in having a glass (or plastic cup) of wine after her long hiatus.
This episode we discuss the topic of self-care. We cover a lot of information on this topic from how important self-care is to any person, but especially to pregnant women and moms too. We offer the benefits of self-care, ways you can provide self-care, and even cheaper and/or free options of self-care that you probably wouldn’t think about! So, we suggest putting on something comfy with a tasty beverage and indulge yourself in this new episode.
Self-care for busy moms
Self-care ideas for exhausted parents
Self-care ideas for working moms
Why Self-Care Is Important for Your Physical and Mental Health
Self-Care During Pregnancy
The self-care checklist that will refresh new mamas
Fitness trackers are good for your health, but that 10,000-step goal is overblown
Nonagenarian drinks between 12 and 20 glasses of beer per day
In our episode today, we discuss “parent fails” or incidents where parents have good intentions but those intentions fall short or fail completely. Like the perfect family photo that isn’t so perfect. Or a bad clothing decision for your child, especially on picture day. Or even letting something slip and your child keeps repeating those words for everyone to hear. We discuss some of the best parent fails we found online and some of our own we have experienced. Please join us for a good laugh!
How Microexpressions Can Make Moods Contagious
Satellite images show items left behind at Apollo 11 moon landing site 50 years later
In this episode, we are continuing our discussion of what NOT to say to pregnant woman. This includes discussing if a woman is too young/old to be pregnant, how much a woman weighs or is gaining during her pregnancy, and we share some horror stories we found online from real moms who had their own “what not to say” moment. Finally, we thought we should share what you SHOULD say to a pregnant woman. Another fun, interesting discussion that gets us fired up! So grab a tasty beverage or slushie and enjoy.