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Mint Arrow Messages is a podcast from blogger and content creator Corrine Stokoe who's best known for her fashion and deal blog Mint Arrow. In Mint Arrow Messages we talk to influencers you know and love about the REAL grit that made them who they are, the hidden stories of struggle, challenge and triumph. We're sharing their stories in hopes to create more awareness, compassion, kindness and understanding in a world that's starving for more goodness.

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Volunteering with death: firefighter nurse Kris Jenkins' story of helping in NYC during the height of the pandemic

Kris Jenkins works for the Salt Lake Fire Department as a firefighter, paramedic and as a registered nurse for a Salt Lake hospital Emergency Room. Kris and I went to high school together and I found out on our 2003 facebook reunion page about his heroic effort to leave his family for a month and volunteer during the height of the pandemic in New York. Today Kris shares his inspiring story of why he felt compelled to go volunteer in New York as a nurse, what it was like to work every single day for a month straight with only ONE day off, how he was reassigned immediately upon arrival from the ER to the ICU where every single patient he cared for was fighting for their life with Covid-19. I came away from this interview with so much gratitude and a deeper appreciation for all the health heroes who have been on the front-lines of fighting coronavirus this year and I hope you will too. www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off an annual subscription plus a FREE thermometer! Show Notes: Chris’ blog about his experience as a Nurse in NYC https://krisjenkins7.wixsite.com/website?fbclid=IwAR3lGRvIzcBrbj5vR77HZcZCmR3cbNjddN7azWTlh974qVR0AFcmlJHzKZg Produced by Dear Media

44 MIN21 h ago
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Volunteering with death: firefighter nurse Kris Jenkins' story of helping in NYC during the height of the pandemic

Cancel culture, second chances and forgiveness

Do you know what “cancel culture” actually means? It’s okay if you didn’t, we didn’t either until recently. Today we discuss cancel culture, some recent examples in the media and talk through the dynamic social media plays in our world on whether people should have second chances. This leads us to talk about forgiveness and Neil opens up about his feelings toward the people who shot and killed his brother Dave 18 months ago, and what he’s doing to process and work through that situation. We conclude with some thoughts about how cancel culture can be a good thing when done in the right way, and how to move toward forgiveness if you’re struggling with that too. www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off an annual subscription Plus a FREE thermometer! Show Notes: Morgan Scalley article https://www.si.com/college/utah/football/what-were-the-details-of-the-morgan-scalley-investigation James E. Faust talk on the atonement and forgiveness https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2001/10/the-atonement-our-greatest-hope?lang=engS Produced by Dear Media

48 MIN1 w ago
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Cancel culture, second chances and forgiveness

Tim Ballard of O.U.R. Rescue: what you can do to HELP SAVE KIDS from human trafficking

Tim Ballard serves as the co-chair of the White House Public-Private Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking, and is the CEO and founder of the nonprofit organization operation Underground Railroad which saves kids from human trafficking. Tim’s mission in life is to end human trafficking and allow victims to receive the treatment necessary for healing. Human trafficking or modern day slavery, is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, it’s a 153-Billion-dollar industry. Today Tim sits down with me to talk through this issue and share some of the ways you can be involved in saving kids from human trafficking. He shares stories of faith and miracles and what the ONE THING is he believes would completely change the world for better, and his answer might surprise you. He talks about how you can get loud to help save the kids on July 30 for world anti human trafficking day. You can learn more about what Tim and OUR rescue are doing by going to ourrescue.org or by texting HELPTHEM to 51555. Show Notes: Operation Underground Railroad website ourrescue.org Instagram @ourrescue https://www.instagram.com/ourrescue/?hl=en Tim’s personal Instagram @timballard89 https://www.instagram.com/timballard89/?hl=en Text “help them” to 51555 for current updates from O.U.R. Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN2 w ago
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Tim Ballard of O.U.R. Rescue: what you can do to HELP SAVE KIDS from human trafficking

Schooling in a pandemic: homeschool, online and distance learning options and advice from a Utah State Board of Education member Laura Belnap

Distance learning, homeschooling, online education oh my! All of the facebook mom groups I belong to are exploding right now with questions and discussion threads with hundreds of comments from other parents panicking about their options for this fall, what to do, what their options even are and how to decide what's best for their children and their schooling this fall. Today I'm interviewing a dear friend of mine, Laura Belnap, who is the MOST qualified person I know to speak on this subject who will be able to break all of this down for us parents. Laura Collier Belnap has her bachelor's and master’s in education, is a pioneer in homeschooling and online education in the state of Utah, where she helped establish online education in 2002, working as the director of Utah Online Academies for three different school districts. She is currently the director of Utah Online Schools which serves over 10,000 students with 102 teachers and staff. She has served on several different nonprofit boards and received the Soccer Mom of the Nation Award, the “Innovation in Education Award,” and most recently the Jon M. Hunstman award for Innovation. She schooled her children at home for more than 14 years which changed her life and her relationship with her children. Laura is active in legislative, community and religious causes. Laura is the proud mother of six children and 10 beautiful grandchildren and is married to her high school sweetheart Eric Belnap. On a personal note, she has been a lifelong mentor to me and each of my siblings and has had an enormous impact on each of our lives. She was elected to the Utah state board of Education in 2014 where she serves as the finance chair. www.naturalcycles.com/mintarrow for 20% off your annual subscription and a Free thermometer! Produced by Dear Media

45 MIN3 w ago
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Schooling in a pandemic: homeschool, online and distance learning options and advice from a Utah State Board of Education member Laura Belnap

Civility in unrest: why we desperately need more kindness and awareness in times of trouble

Have you noticed that during the most crazy year that any of us have ever seen in our lifetime, we’re also seeing common courtesy and civility fade, especially in online interactions? Today Neil and I discuss why civility, kindness and respect are SO KEY to making progress and surviving all the challenges we face in this world. We talk about why it’s vital that we pay attention to what we’re saying in front of our kids, and the tone we’re using to express our opinions, putting ourselves in the shoes of others before criticizing, and just offering more grace and kindness to others as we navigate our families through uncharted waters. Show Notes: “Standing for Something” Gordon B. Hinckley https://amzn.to/2ZaVp3X “Songs Sung and Unsung” Jeffrey R. Holland https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2017/04/songs-sung-and-unsung?lang=eng “How to Win Friends and Influence People” Dale Carnegie https://amzn.to/3fbA2VP “The Virtue of Kindness” Joseph B. Wirthlin https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2005/04/the-virtue-of-kindness?lang=eng Produced by Dear Media

38 MINJUL 13
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Civility in unrest: why we desperately need more kindness and awareness in times of trouble

Dr. Aliza Pressman on Raising Good Humans: my questions and Aliza’s answers on teaching kids to be good humans

Dr Aliza Pressman is a developmental psychologist, parent educator, asst. clinical professor, and co-founder of both Mount Sinai Parenting Center and SeedlingsGroup. As a mother of two, she also hosts the podcast Raising Good Humans where she shares her parenting advice from a clinical, academic and mom perspective. Today Aliza and I have a conversation all about my most recent parenting questions like how to teach kids good work ethic over the summer, applying choices and consequences appropriately in parenting, using time-out effectively, teaching kids to respect adults, and how to talk to your kids about all the complex issues going on in the world. This interview was incredible and I can’t wait for you guys to listen to and learn from Aliza today too. Show Notes: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/raisinggoodhumanspodcast/?hl=en Raising Good Humans Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raising-good-humans/id1473072044 Aliza’s Private Practice Instagram https://www.instagram.com/seedlingsgroup/?hl=en Produced by Dear Media

47 MINJUL 6
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Dr. Aliza Pressman on Raising Good Humans: my questions and Aliza’s answers on teaching kids to be good humans

Strengthening marriage: tips and takeaways that have changed our marriage

“Does anyone stay together anymore?” And “is anyone actually happy in their marriage, or is it all smoke and mirrors?” These are some of the comments I saw on social media a couple weeks ago after the announcement of Dave and Rachel Hollis’s divorce. While we obviously have no idea what happened there, it sparked a lot of conversations in my life and even between Neil and me about what really keeps people together and what the makeup is of a happy marriage. Today we’re sharing some of the tips, advice and actionable takeaways that have greatly helped strengthen our marriage that we hope will help you too. Show Notes: Talk “In Praise of Those Who Serve” Dieter F. Uchtdorf https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2016/04/in-praise-of-those-who-save?lang=eng Talk “Eternal Marraige” F. Burton Howard https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2003/04/eternal-marriage?lang=eng Talk by President Gordon B. Hinckley https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/ensign/1997/03/a-conversation-with-single-adults?lang=eng “There seems to be a superstition among many thousands of our young [men and women] who hold hands and smooch in the drive-ins that marriage is a cottage surrounded by perpetual hollyhocks to which a perpetually young and handsome husband comes home to a perpetually young and [beautiful] wife. When the hollyhocks wither and boredom and bills appear the divorce courts are jammed. … “Anyone who imagines that bliss [in marriage] is normal is going to waste a lot of time running around shouting that he has been robbed. “[The fact is] most putts don’t drop. Most beef is tough. Most children grow up to be just people. Most successful marriages require a high degree of mutual toleration. Most jobs are more often dull than otherwise. … “Life is like an old-time rail journey—delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. “The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride” (“Big Rock Candy Mountains,” Deseret News, 12 June 1973, A4). Produced by Dear Media

43 MINJUN 29
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Strengthening marriage: tips and takeaways that have changed our marriage

Elle Rowley’s advice for moms: a candid convo about covid survival, PPD, and being intentionally positive in uncertainty

Elle Rowley is the founder of Solly Baby, a wildly popular baby wrap company that’s now expanded to swaddles and crib sheets and baby clothes and beyond. Elle is a mom of four, entrepreneur and a leader I look up to so much for advice on everything from motherhood to marketing, and she really has a gift for being calming and reassuring and connecting with women. Today I sit down with Elle (virtually) and have a conversation about her best advice for new moms and seasoned moms about the current times we’re living in and how to be intentionally positive during the pandemic and as things move forward. www.kiwico.com/MINTARROW to get your first month FREE! Guest: Elle Rowley Show Notes: Instagram @sollybaby solly baby website https://sollybaby.com/ Elle’s personal Instagram @ellerowley Produced by Dear Media

50 MINJUN 22
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Elle Rowley’s advice for moms: a candid convo about covid survival, PPD, and being intentionally positive in uncertainty

C section birth story: Corrine and Neil talk about baby Harry’s birth and what it’s like to have a c-section delivery

Baby Harry is here and we’re sharing his birth story today! If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to have a c-section, today we talk about it from both the mom and dad’s perspective. We share what it feels like, looks like, what to expect and some of our tips for having the best experience on delivery day if you’re having a scheduled c-section. www.sakara.com/MINTARROW for 20% off your order! www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off your annual subscription, plus a free thermometer! Produced by Dear Media

42 MINJUN 15
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C section birth story: Corrine and Neil talk about baby Harry’s birth and what it’s like to have a c-section delivery

Jennifer Borget on Black Lives Matter: how to be part of REAL changes in anti-racism

After an emotional and historical day, watching the nation and even the world come together to amplify the message that Black Lives Matter in response to George Floyd’s death, I reached out to my friend Jennifer Borget on blackout Tuesday and she graciously agreed to come back on the podcast and discuss anti-racism with me. She also has an incredibly unique perspective as a black woman in an inter-racial marriage, married to a white police officer, so we talked about her experiences and suggestions on uniting instead of dividing people during this time. She explains why the phrase “all lives matter” isn’t helpful and what IS helpful and productive in supporting this message, how to stand up and say something tactfully when someone makes a racist comment, and what to do if you’ve messed up in the past and want to make it right. I’m so thankful to Jennifer for sharing her voice today and for the positive influence she is in my life and so many others. www.drinkhydrant.com/mintarrow for 25% off your first order! Show Notes: Cherish 365 blog https://cherish365.com/ Diversity and inclusion posts/info https://cherish365.com/category/diversity-inclusion/ Jennifer’s blog posts explaining “black lives matter” https://cherish365.com/your-fear-is-killing-my-family-why-are-you-supporting-my-white-cop-and-not-my-black-son https://cherish365.com/listen-you-dont-know-everything-about-cops-and-black-lives-matter/ Jennifer’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jenniferborget/ Jennifer’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherish365Blog/ https://cherish365.com/no-youre-not-colorblind-thats-ok/ Produced by Dear Media

51 MINJUN 8
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Jennifer Borget on Black Lives Matter: how to be part of REAL changes in anti-racism

Latest Episodes

Volunteering with death: firefighter nurse Kris Jenkins' story of helping in NYC during the height of the pandemic

Kris Jenkins works for the Salt Lake Fire Department as a firefighter, paramedic and as a registered nurse for a Salt Lake hospital Emergency Room. Kris and I went to high school together and I found out on our 2003 facebook reunion page about his heroic effort to leave his family for a month and volunteer during the height of the pandemic in New York. Today Kris shares his inspiring story of why he felt compelled to go volunteer in New York as a nurse, what it was like to work every single day for a month straight with only ONE day off, how he was reassigned immediately upon arrival from the ER to the ICU where every single patient he cared for was fighting for their life with Covid-19. I came away from this interview with so much gratitude and a deeper appreciation for all the health heroes who have been on the front-lines of fighting coronavirus this year and I hope you will too. www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off an annual subscription plus a FREE thermometer! Show Notes: Chris’ blog about his experience as a Nurse in NYC https://krisjenkins7.wixsite.com/website?fbclid=IwAR3lGRvIzcBrbj5vR77HZcZCmR3cbNjddN7azWTlh974qVR0AFcmlJHzKZg Produced by Dear Media

44 MIN21 h ago
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Volunteering with death: firefighter nurse Kris Jenkins' story of helping in NYC during the height of the pandemic

Cancel culture, second chances and forgiveness

Do you know what “cancel culture” actually means? It’s okay if you didn’t, we didn’t either until recently. Today we discuss cancel culture, some recent examples in the media and talk through the dynamic social media plays in our world on whether people should have second chances. This leads us to talk about forgiveness and Neil opens up about his feelings toward the people who shot and killed his brother Dave 18 months ago, and what he’s doing to process and work through that situation. We conclude with some thoughts about how cancel culture can be a good thing when done in the right way, and how to move toward forgiveness if you’re struggling with that too. www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off an annual subscription Plus a FREE thermometer! Show Notes: Morgan Scalley article https://www.si.com/college/utah/football/what-were-the-details-of-the-morgan-scalley-investigation James E. Faust talk on the atonement and forgiveness https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2001/10/the-atonement-our-greatest-hope?lang=engS Produced by Dear Media

48 MIN1 w ago
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Cancel culture, second chances and forgiveness

Tim Ballard of O.U.R. Rescue: what you can do to HELP SAVE KIDS from human trafficking

Tim Ballard serves as the co-chair of the White House Public-Private Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking, and is the CEO and founder of the nonprofit organization operation Underground Railroad which saves kids from human trafficking. Tim’s mission in life is to end human trafficking and allow victims to receive the treatment necessary for healing. Human trafficking or modern day slavery, is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, it’s a 153-Billion-dollar industry. Today Tim sits down with me to talk through this issue and share some of the ways you can be involved in saving kids from human trafficking. He shares stories of faith and miracles and what the ONE THING is he believes would completely change the world for better, and his answer might surprise you. He talks about how you can get loud to help save the kids on July 30 for world anti human trafficking day. You can learn more about what Tim and OUR rescue are doing by going to ourrescue.org or by texting HELPTHEM to 51555. Show Notes: Operation Underground Railroad website ourrescue.org Instagram @ourrescue https://www.instagram.com/ourrescue/?hl=en Tim’s personal Instagram @timballard89 https://www.instagram.com/timballard89/?hl=en Text “help them” to 51555 for current updates from O.U.R. Produced by Dear Media

43 MIN2 w ago
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Tim Ballard of O.U.R. Rescue: what you can do to HELP SAVE KIDS from human trafficking

Schooling in a pandemic: homeschool, online and distance learning options and advice from a Utah State Board of Education member Laura Belnap

Distance learning, homeschooling, online education oh my! All of the facebook mom groups I belong to are exploding right now with questions and discussion threads with hundreds of comments from other parents panicking about their options for this fall, what to do, what their options even are and how to decide what's best for their children and their schooling this fall. Today I'm interviewing a dear friend of mine, Laura Belnap, who is the MOST qualified person I know to speak on this subject who will be able to break all of this down for us parents. Laura Collier Belnap has her bachelor's and master’s in education, is a pioneer in homeschooling and online education in the state of Utah, where she helped establish online education in 2002, working as the director of Utah Online Academies for three different school districts. She is currently the director of Utah Online Schools which serves over 10,000 students with 102 teachers and staff. She has served on several different nonprofit boards and received the Soccer Mom of the Nation Award, the “Innovation in Education Award,” and most recently the Jon M. Hunstman award for Innovation. She schooled her children at home for more than 14 years which changed her life and her relationship with her children. Laura is active in legislative, community and religious causes. Laura is the proud mother of six children and 10 beautiful grandchildren and is married to her high school sweetheart Eric Belnap. On a personal note, she has been a lifelong mentor to me and each of my siblings and has had an enormous impact on each of our lives. She was elected to the Utah state board of Education in 2014 where she serves as the finance chair. www.naturalcycles.com/mintarrow for 20% off your annual subscription and a Free thermometer! Produced by Dear Media

45 MIN3 w ago
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Schooling in a pandemic: homeschool, online and distance learning options and advice from a Utah State Board of Education member Laura Belnap

Civility in unrest: why we desperately need more kindness and awareness in times of trouble

Have you noticed that during the most crazy year that any of us have ever seen in our lifetime, we’re also seeing common courtesy and civility fade, especially in online interactions? Today Neil and I discuss why civility, kindness and respect are SO KEY to making progress and surviving all the challenges we face in this world. We talk about why it’s vital that we pay attention to what we’re saying in front of our kids, and the tone we’re using to express our opinions, putting ourselves in the shoes of others before criticizing, and just offering more grace and kindness to others as we navigate our families through uncharted waters. Show Notes: “Standing for Something” Gordon B. Hinckley https://amzn.to/2ZaVp3X “Songs Sung and Unsung” Jeffrey R. Holland https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2017/04/songs-sung-and-unsung?lang=eng “How to Win Friends and Influence People” Dale Carnegie https://amzn.to/3fbA2VP “The Virtue of Kindness” Joseph B. Wirthlin https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2005/04/the-virtue-of-kindness?lang=eng Produced by Dear Media

38 MINJUL 13
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Civility in unrest: why we desperately need more kindness and awareness in times of trouble

Dr. Aliza Pressman on Raising Good Humans: my questions and Aliza’s answers on teaching kids to be good humans

Dr Aliza Pressman is a developmental psychologist, parent educator, asst. clinical professor, and co-founder of both Mount Sinai Parenting Center and SeedlingsGroup. As a mother of two, she also hosts the podcast Raising Good Humans where she shares her parenting advice from a clinical, academic and mom perspective. Today Aliza and I have a conversation all about my most recent parenting questions like how to teach kids good work ethic over the summer, applying choices and consequences appropriately in parenting, using time-out effectively, teaching kids to respect adults, and how to talk to your kids about all the complex issues going on in the world. This interview was incredible and I can’t wait for you guys to listen to and learn from Aliza today too. Show Notes: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/raisinggoodhumanspodcast/?hl=en Raising Good Humans Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raising-good-humans/id1473072044 Aliza’s Private Practice Instagram https://www.instagram.com/seedlingsgroup/?hl=en Produced by Dear Media

47 MINJUL 6
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Dr. Aliza Pressman on Raising Good Humans: my questions and Aliza’s answers on teaching kids to be good humans

Strengthening marriage: tips and takeaways that have changed our marriage

“Does anyone stay together anymore?” And “is anyone actually happy in their marriage, or is it all smoke and mirrors?” These are some of the comments I saw on social media a couple weeks ago after the announcement of Dave and Rachel Hollis’s divorce. While we obviously have no idea what happened there, it sparked a lot of conversations in my life and even between Neil and me about what really keeps people together and what the makeup is of a happy marriage. Today we’re sharing some of the tips, advice and actionable takeaways that have greatly helped strengthen our marriage that we hope will help you too. Show Notes: Talk “In Praise of Those Who Serve” Dieter F. Uchtdorf https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2016/04/in-praise-of-those-who-save?lang=eng Talk “Eternal Marraige” F. Burton Howard https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2003/04/eternal-marriage?lang=eng Talk by President Gordon B. Hinckley https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/ensign/1997/03/a-conversation-with-single-adults?lang=eng “There seems to be a superstition among many thousands of our young [men and women] who hold hands and smooch in the drive-ins that marriage is a cottage surrounded by perpetual hollyhocks to which a perpetually young and handsome husband comes home to a perpetually young and [beautiful] wife. When the hollyhocks wither and boredom and bills appear the divorce courts are jammed. … “Anyone who imagines that bliss [in marriage] is normal is going to waste a lot of time running around shouting that he has been robbed. “[The fact is] most putts don’t drop. Most beef is tough. Most children grow up to be just people. Most successful marriages require a high degree of mutual toleration. Most jobs are more often dull than otherwise. … “Life is like an old-time rail journey—delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. “The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride” (“Big Rock Candy Mountains,” Deseret News, 12 June 1973, A4). Produced by Dear Media

43 MINJUN 29
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Strengthening marriage: tips and takeaways that have changed our marriage

Elle Rowley’s advice for moms: a candid convo about covid survival, PPD, and being intentionally positive in uncertainty

Elle Rowley is the founder of Solly Baby, a wildly popular baby wrap company that’s now expanded to swaddles and crib sheets and baby clothes and beyond. Elle is a mom of four, entrepreneur and a leader I look up to so much for advice on everything from motherhood to marketing, and she really has a gift for being calming and reassuring and connecting with women. Today I sit down with Elle (virtually) and have a conversation about her best advice for new moms and seasoned moms about the current times we’re living in and how to be intentionally positive during the pandemic and as things move forward. www.kiwico.com/MINTARROW to get your first month FREE! Guest: Elle Rowley Show Notes: Instagram @sollybaby solly baby website https://sollybaby.com/ Elle’s personal Instagram @ellerowley Produced by Dear Media

50 MINJUN 22
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Elle Rowley’s advice for moms: a candid convo about covid survival, PPD, and being intentionally positive in uncertainty

C section birth story: Corrine and Neil talk about baby Harry’s birth and what it’s like to have a c-section delivery

Baby Harry is here and we’re sharing his birth story today! If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to have a c-section, today we talk about it from both the mom and dad’s perspective. We share what it feels like, looks like, what to expect and some of our tips for having the best experience on delivery day if you’re having a scheduled c-section. www.sakara.com/MINTARROW for 20% off your order! www.naturalcycles.com/MINTARROW for 20% off your annual subscription, plus a free thermometer! Produced by Dear Media

42 MINJUN 15
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C section birth story: Corrine and Neil talk about baby Harry’s birth and what it’s like to have a c-section delivery

Jennifer Borget on Black Lives Matter: how to be part of REAL changes in anti-racism

After an emotional and historical day, watching the nation and even the world come together to amplify the message that Black Lives Matter in response to George Floyd’s death, I reached out to my friend Jennifer Borget on blackout Tuesday and she graciously agreed to come back on the podcast and discuss anti-racism with me. She also has an incredibly unique perspective as a black woman in an inter-racial marriage, married to a white police officer, so we talked about her experiences and suggestions on uniting instead of dividing people during this time. She explains why the phrase “all lives matter” isn’t helpful and what IS helpful and productive in supporting this message, how to stand up and say something tactfully when someone makes a racist comment, and what to do if you’ve messed up in the past and want to make it right. I’m so thankful to Jennifer for sharing her voice today and for the positive influence she is in my life and so many others. www.drinkhydrant.com/mintarrow for 25% off your first order! Show Notes: Cherish 365 blog https://cherish365.com/ Diversity and inclusion posts/info https://cherish365.com/category/diversity-inclusion/ Jennifer’s blog posts explaining “black lives matter” https://cherish365.com/your-fear-is-killing-my-family-why-are-you-supporting-my-white-cop-and-not-my-black-son https://cherish365.com/listen-you-dont-know-everything-about-cops-and-black-lives-matter/ Jennifer’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jenniferborget/ Jennifer’s Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherish365Blog/ https://cherish365.com/no-youre-not-colorblind-thats-ok/ Produced by Dear Media

51 MINJUN 8
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Jennifer Borget on Black Lives Matter: how to be part of REAL changes in anti-racism
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