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Join us - Tilda Timmers and Sarah Babiker - for real, raw conversations about motherhood. We tell it like it is, normalising normal, and showing you all that Supermum Is A Fraud. Mothers everywhere try hard to keep up with the standards of what a mum 'should' be, without realising that the standard they are working towards is not even real. Mums are human. Sometimes we love being a mum, and sometimes we really don't - and that's just fine. Every episode revolves around something that we have ...
 
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Grrrr - What free time?! In this episode of Supermum Is A Fraud, Sarah and Tilda rip apart the notion that mothers do all the mother things in their spare time. Mothering is work, and therefore ideally should come with all the benefits that a paid job does - including actual free time. Find more of Sarah's content and her More Than A Mother program…
 
In honour of Maternal Mental Health Week 2021, we share raw and real stories of our postpartum journeys to recovery. There are things that mums are never told - it's often seen as shameful or embarrassing to have mental health difficulties after becoming mum. Even more, mums are often perceived as 'not good enough' when they need mental and emotion…
 
So, this one might leave you feeling a bit attacked. But that's why it's necessary - a lot of truth bombs dropped in this episode. Join us for a conversation about why it isn't always true that our children are a reflection of us. Find out what you can do as a mother to make sure that you are honest, grounded, a safe place for your child, and able …
 
Oh my goodness, how much shit is out there from health enthusiasts, telling mums they have the secret for how to get their bodies back? Hold on a second, back from where exactly? We don't get to switch bodies for a minute while we transition into motherhood, and then just bounce our souls right back into our pre-mum bods. How are we forgetting that…
 
Wow, well this episode certainly had Tilda and I triggered. Listen in as we share our stories of times when we were judged for wanting to simply tend to our children's needs for attachment. It is sad and unfortunate that completely inaccurate information is perpetuated within cultures and society, making mothers feel that their attachment to their …
 
Whether we know it or not, most mothers come to the journey with preconceived ideas of what they should do, how they should act, and how they should feel about being a mum. In this episode, Tilda and Sarah talk about one listener's struggle to deal with feeling like she's missed the mark when the reality of her motherhood doesn't match up to what s…
 
In Episode 6, we discuss how to let it go of that punch-in-the-gut feeling when anyone offers advice about anything to do with being a mother. Whether it's what to feed your baby or how many times, which schools are best, how you speak to your child, or what you do with your own damn life, unsolicited advice is annoying (understatement), and can be…
 
Dear mamas, You are human. You can't possibly expect to do ALL THE ROLES and do all of them well. In this episode, Tilda & Sarah destroy the myth that mums should be able to keep up with work, home, career, and life overall. This myth puts so much undue pressure on mums, who then constantly feel like they're failing. Listening to this episode will …
 
Join us as Tilda & I debunk the myth that says in order to be a mother, we must be selfless. We must give up on our own personal aspirations and goals, and give our all to 'just' mothering. This episode will help you to understand why it is so so important for your health to tend to your own needs outside of motherhood, and how you might go about d…
 
Join Tilda & I as we prove that there is no such wrong as doing something 'wrong' as a mum. There are an infinite number of ways to 'do' mothering. To judge and criticise a woman, saying she is mothering wrong, is pretty stupid - because there is no standard you can measure her choices against. It's very simple - are you mostly doing your best to f…
 
It's the end of 2020. As if the pandemic isn't enough, mothers are scrambling to create the perfect festive period for their families. Sarah & Tilda explore the pressures of this time period, giving you tips to ease the stress and enjoy being a mum right now in a way that feels right to you.โดย Sarah Babiker & Tilda Timmers
 
Step into the room with life coach, Tilda Timmers, and positive psychology coach, Sarah Babiker, and listen as they have real, down-to-earth conversations on their mission to debunk the myth of the perfect mother. From dealing with sleep deprivation to navigating postpartum depression to battling loneliness, it's a space for mothers to be heard and…
 
If there's one thing 2020 has brought us, it's an appreciation for family and friends. Being far away from the ones we hold dearest has impacted so many people, including mothers. Being forced to stay in our little bubbles, where is the village we all so desperately crave and need as we go through this journey called motherhood?…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Gabriela Rosa is a mum of two and one of Australia's leading fertility experts. With over 20 years of experience in this field, Gabriela helps couples all over the world overcome fertility issues and miscarriage through her F.E.R.T.I.L.E Method, a specifi…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Jessica DeLuise runs an integrated medical wellness practice that helps people make practical nutrition and lifestyle changes to improve their health and wellbeing. Like me, when it comes to healthy habits around diet and everyday life, Jessica believes i…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. This week I have something a little different for you. This solo episode is not only the last one of this season and of 2018 - it also represents a final chapter in the Yorks' life. In this episode, I - Lisa York - talk about our family's journey of beati…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Clarissa Hughes is a Mindfulness Coach, an author, and a speaker. After being forced to leave a corporate job she loved in a large Australian multi-national, Clarissa came face to face with the reality of juggling being a single mum and working for a smal…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Let's Conquer Motherhood member Tanya Cunningham is a mum of 2 boys and a Life Coach based in Canberra. Having struggled in the past with her own sense of identity and with negative self-talk, Tanya now works passionately with mums to equip them and empow…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Dr Emma Svanberg (a.k.a. The Mumologist) is a clinical psychologist specialising in pregnancy, birth, and parenthood. Having always been fascinated by mental health, and how our mental and physical health is influenced by our histories and environment, af…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums. Fifteen years ago, Amy Rasdal left her corporate job to start her own consulting business. Today, through her brand Billable with Baby, she helps other working mums leave the corporate world and start their own successful consulting businesses. Amy makes …
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietician and author based in Connecticut, where she runs a busy private practice. Over the years, Esther has coached thousands of women to help them eliminate the need for medication, lose stubborn belly fat, reverse chronic illness, …
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program Lore Earley-Goldstein has a gift. She can read people at soul level. Originally a teacher, Lore re-trained in traditional psychotherapy after realising that something just wasn't adding up for her. Feeling lost, inadequate, and often 'broken', she struggled for a l…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Business Coach and Let's Conquer Motherhood member Jessica Fearnley is a healthy mum of two young boys and runs a successful business around her and her family's needs. But getting to where she is today wasn't always easy. About 8 years ag…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Mum-of-two and Let's Conquer Motherhood member Stephanie Myerscough has recently packed her bags and her whole life and moved to Italy with her husband and young children. While she's still busy getting used to a new country, culture, and …
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Mum-of-4 Rhonda Melogy runs a successful 6-figure business and a busy household. If that wasn’t enough, she also homeschools her four children. Having started her first seasonal business as a side-hustle while she still worked in her corpo…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Soon after becoming a mum, Vicki Dawson learnt an important lesson the hard way. Newborn babies don't sleep very well. But in Vicki's case, her son's challenging sleeping patterns continued for a number of years. Needless to say, this left…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Newly married, pregnant, and in her twenties, Emily Hodge received a devastating cancer diagnosis that would change the course of her life in many ways. One of which was losing her baby and being unable (so far) to conceive again. That was…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. When Janine Esbrand became pregnant with her first son, she started questioning her high-flying career as a busy corporate lawyer. Working late into the night with a nanny looking after her son full time no longer seemed like the perfect s…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Mum-of-two Renee Avis has the life-altering job of helping women who are struggling with body image, post-partum depression and anxiety, and eating disorders. As a Licensed Professional Counsellor she helps clients recognise their conditio…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. When Zoe Blaskey's daughter was born everything changed. Despite being a trained meditation and yoga teacher and having a strong self-care practice, Zoe abandoned the daily habits that had given her so much inner strength over the years. S…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Fiona Murden is a psychologist, bestselling author, speaker and mum of two girls. She's passionate about helping others fulfil their own potential and works tirelessly with her clients to encourage them to uncover their strengths and disco…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Dr Pragya Argawal is an academic, designer, writer, business owner, and the busy mum of three girls. Born and raised in India, she moved to the UK as a young single mum to complete her Master's Degree and PhD. Pragya is no-doubt a very acc…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. Soon after Melissa Brujin had her first child, she realised that things weren’t quite right. Struggling to bond with her baby, wracked with anxiety about her abilities as a mum, and experiencing a general loss of confidence, she wondered w…
 
This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York. If you suffer from niggling symptoms and never quite feel in best health, you probably put it down to your busy life, reach for the painkillers, and try to get on with your day as best you can. But did you know that your body is giving you…
 
As the mum of a small baby and a two year old, Liz Sergeant knows first hand how much of her energy her kids use up. But unlike the rest of us, Liz has a sneaky advantage. She's a registered nutritionist and understands that what you eat not only affects your energy levels, but also your sleep quality, mood, concentration, digestion, body shape and…
 
At seven months pregnant, Nicky Clinch is the picture of radiance. Looking at her today, it's hard to believe that during her teens she was gripped by drug addition and suffered with anorexia and bulimia. It took many long years of learning, growing and changing for Nicky to take her difficult past and turn it into a brilliant future. Today she sha…
 
With kids comes clobber. The toys, the clothes, the special equipment. Bigger car. Bigger house. More storage. It goes on and on. But what would happen if you decided not to buy anything new for a year? I loathe shopping, but even I gasped in shock. What nothing? For a whole year? Impossible. Well not for Jen Gale. In 2012/13 when her two boys were…
 
Dr Kate Dow (PhD) grew up surrounded by anxiety, it was inherent in her home life as a child and seemed to be an integral part of who she was. Not surprising then, that when she became a mum at the age of 35, anxiety hit her hard. It was understandable. Her children were born just 13 months apart and she was caught in a difficult marriage which lat…
 
It's easy to look at Anna Parker-Naples' hugely successful life and think that some people were born lucky. Many times has she walked the glittering red carpet of Hollywood during her Voice-Acting career. She's also an Award-Winning Audiobook Narrator and has worked with hundreds of best-selling titles and authors. To top it off, she now runs a thr…
 
Since she was a young girl, Alex Miles always had a passion for writing. Before having children, she worked as a script writer for Neighbours; was a ghost writer for Zac Power, the popular secret-agent series for boys; and published her first book under her own name, Sixty Secrets for a Happy Bride. Alex landed a dream contract for her Starring Oli…
 
Like many mums, Lucy Parsons didn’t want to return to her full time job as a high school teacher once her children came along. But she also couldn't find a fulfilling part time job that fitted around her kids, aged 8 and 6. So she looked at the online world. As a straight 'A' Cambridge (UK) graduate, Lucy decided to pursue the thing that she was be…
 
Motherhood hit Stacey Ogden like a ton of bricks. Her baby was premature and the first months of her life were spent in hospital. Several years later, the attachment she had with her daughter, who is now 7 years old, was so strong that she completely gave up everything in her life for her. The stark reality dawned on Stacey that she was so consumed…
 
Mum of 3 and founder of Gumptious, Naomi Light has always had a fascination with psychology. She loves learning about the inner workings of the mind, but it wasn’t until things in her life went horribly wrong did she realise how important the theories she’d learnt would become. When Naomi and her husband found themselves in a failed management buyo…
 
Brianna Berner is a professional organizer, productivity coach, and automations specialist. She's also founder of SpikedParenting where she hands busy parents the tools they need to organise their homes and businesses, to be more productive, and, as a result, to have more time for the important things in life. Now, call me a nerd, but this stuff ge…
 
Entering motherhood brings about great change. The life you had before kids no longer exists and sometimes it's hard to figure out who you are in all of this. Sometimes you wonder if your identity has been buried under a pile of dirty laundry. Monica Kade is a communications expert whose work focuses on how you can express who you are and become a …
 
Former financial services professional and mum of two, Rebecca Ryan is a yoga and meditation teacher and the published author of Mindfulness for Mothers, a book that teaches you how to stay calm and present while caring for your child. My own interest in meditation was completely lost under piles of laundry and screaming babies when I entered the f…
 
Motherhood comes with a raft of challenges. I've never been pushed to the limit as much as I have since becoming a mum. I thought I was a pretty tough cookie, but motherhood can hit you like a ton of bricks. The biggest lesson I've learned is the importance of reaching out and asking for help. That's why I invited Dr Rebecca Moore onto my show toda…
 
From third grade onwards, Elisheva Schwartz struggled at school. The differences in the way she learned didn't match that of the school system and it landed her in trouble. That's not to say she didn't achieve a lot in life because she has. But like a lot of children, she had to find a different way. Mum of two small children, Elisheva become a dys…
 
In the late '80's a horrific earthquake flattened Armenia killing thousands of people and leaving a trail of devastation. Anna Seewald was 13 at the time and, although she lost her mother, was left to deal with a world turned upside-down by herself, while the rest of the country tried to do the same. The experience shaped and changed her, and she d…
 
Sara Bussandri is an Italian mum of 3 boys aged 9, 6, and 3 and lives in London, UK. Throughout her pregnancies and around maternity leave Sara continued her career as Business Analyst. But by 2016 the heavy pace of holding down a career, raising three boys and running a household took its toll. The stress and overwhelm of being on the hamster whee…
 
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