Come grab your coffee and relax! These Midwest mommas are discussing their everyday, messy lives!

We are thrilled to have our first TEACHER on our show!! Please join us with Brooke Brown, a teacher, blogger, TpT author, and momma of 2! She shares with us some of her tips and tricks in the classroom and how she incorporates STEM and Makerspace activities daily.  Enjoy!

Please join us in our sweet conversation with Jessi Strother.  Jessi is a pastor's wife who started her own ministry, Salty Sweet.  She shares her journey on how she started her ministry and becoming a writer and speaker.  Jessi inspires us all to be kind to one another and to be mountain movers. We hope you enjoy!

We are so glad to have had the opportunity to chat with blogger, yoga instructor, postpartum doula, wellness coach, and momma, Jennifer Magnano!  While she wears many hats, she discusses tips on motherhood and balancing a busy life.  We hope you enjoy this conversation! Thanks for listening!

Our Favorite Things!

We're back!!! We have been away for a bit but are so excited to be back! We decided to share some of our favorite things with you all. We hope you enjoy!

Beth Guckenberger

Please enjoy our real conversation with author, speaker, and mom Beth! She shares how God is present in all things and how the start of becoming a family was different but better than she could have ever imagined.

We are so excited to have Liz Forkin Bohannon on our show to discuss her company Sseko, where she uses fashion to create opportunity and community for women globally.  She shares her passions and discusses some new exciting things coming up in her life.  Enjoy!

Join us in our conversation with the endearing author Alexandra Kuykendall.  We learn more about her journey to becoming an author and why it was important to her to share her beliefs.  Enjoy!

Today on our podcast, we are chatting with the founder of Mulxiply, Tanja Cesh.  Mulxiply is a sustainable fashion company focused on jewelry and accessories where everything is made in Nepal. These products are made by people who are at high risk or survivors of human trafficking.  Tanja candidly shares her personal experiences and how her outlook on fashion changed after she visited Nepal and saw the need to help others.  Please enjoy this powerful story! 

Join Midwest Mommas as we chat with founder and CEO of Sudara, Shannon Keith.  She shares her passion for empowering women and ending human trafficking.  Their products support living-wage employment and skills training for women in India who are at high risk or survivors of sex trafficking.  Thanks for listening!

Question Time! Part 2

Join Midwest Mommas as we ask each other some fun, silly questions! Enjoy!