Himalaya-The Podcast Player

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

Becoming Mum

Nicole Joy

24
Followers
365
Plays
Becoming Mum

Becoming Mum

Nicole Joy

24
Followers
365
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Helping first-time mums, mums-to-be and mums-who-want-to-be feel supported with real, honest and vulnerable information throughout their conception, pregnancy + motherhood journeys. From IVF and morning sickness to sleep habits and hypno-birthing, this is a resource for women (and their partners!)Find out more at www.nicolejoyinspire.com

Latest Episodes

Rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story with Dr Libby Quinn

Making a return to the podcast this week is the principal psychologist of the Women's Psychology Clinic, Dr Libby Quinn. With extensive training and clinical practice, Dr Libby is hands down the best therapist I have ever seen (and why I continue to see her regularly) She just gets us ladies! Dr Libby is across all the evidence based tools used to enhance our psychological wellbeing and today we get into understanding how our core beliefs can run our worlds (and what we can do to stop that from happening!) and the process involved in rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story. After this chat you'll learn that it is just a story - and all stories can be rewritten! Listen to her previous interview here: https://apple.co/3gggYWw Follow Dr Libby on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thewomenspsychologist/

75 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story with Dr Libby Quinn

Hormone imbalances, endometriosis and the importance of finding the root cause with Dr Nat Kringoudis

Returning to the podcast this week is Dr Nat Kringoudis, doctor of Chinese medicine, Acupuncturist, Author, Speaker, co-host of the Period Party podcast and the Wellness Collective podcast, put simply - an all-round natural fertility expert! This episode is a recording taken from my Becoming Mum Live Virtual Event series and in today's episode we chat about: • understanding our unique hormonal imbalances, • endometriosis + painful periods, and • why it's so important to get to the root cause of these conditions. Follow Nat on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/natkringoudis/

60 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Hormone imbalances, endometriosis and the importance of finding the root cause with Dr Nat Kringoudis

Solo mama life, dating again and speaking your truth with Leila Stead

ESolo mama to her little girl, Leila Stead, a talented writer and photographer, is the incredible woman behind the blog Ever the Daring and podcast We are the Daring. She's passionate, authentic, brave, vulnerable and she's not afraid to talk about controversial topics. Today we dive into life as a solo mama, how it happened, how she moved through it, starting to date again, parenting, the lessons she's learned along the way, how important it is to take care of you first and standing in your truth and speaking it (even if it makes people uncomfortable), dealing with online trolls and the process of caring for her terminally ill mama. This is one jam packed episode! Follow Leila on Instagram here Check out her photography here Listen to her podcast here

77 MINMAY 25
Comments
Solo mama life, dating again and speaking your truth with Leila Stead

Why mothers will not continue to do everything all of the time with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Today's episode is brought to you by Amy's newest online offering, Returning Home, a 6-month membership for mamas to support them as they find their 'new normal'. *CLOSES SUN MAY 10* Our global situation has forced a change in so many of our lives. On top of the everyday mum duties, mothers the world over are trying to simultaneously educate their children, run their own businesses, work from home and keep everyone fed, clean and clothed. For some it has been a wonderful opportunity to slow down, however for others, the pressure dial has just been turned up a whole lot more. According to Amy Taylor-Kabbaz, a former journalist and matrescence activist, a spotlight has been shone on motherhood like never before, and two things have become very clear: We will not continue to accept we have to do everything all of the time, and together, we can honour motherhood differently. Find out more about the program here Listen to the previous interview with Amy here

54 MINMAY 5
Comments
Why mothers will not continue to do everything all of the time with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Meltdowns and Tantrums, what's really going on? with Katie Crosby

H ow do you feel when your little one has a meltdown, or when you get triggered by their behaviour and you snap? I've been there and to be honest it feels awful and I've often wondered why I am so quick to be triggered. Today's guest, Katie Crosby, a paediatric occupational therapist, is an expert in the emotions and behaviours of kids (and inner kids) In this episode, Katie shares with us some incredible information on understanding what it is ourselves AND our kids need in a "meltdown" moment and additionally, how our experience as children will determine how we typically react in those moments. Parenting it seems, is about what we need AND what our children need and I absolutely loved this perspective with Katie and hope you do too. Find out more about Katie here:https://www.thrivinglittles.com/ Her courses here:https://thriving-littles.mykajabi.com/meltdownscourse Follow on Instagram here:https://www.instagram.com/thrivinglittles/ On Facebook here:https://www.facebook.com/thrivinglittles/

47 MINAPR 25
Comments
Meltdowns and Tantrums, what's really going on? with Katie Crosby

The organisational Queen on life's biggest lessons with Steph Pase

EIf you're anything like me and probably a million other women, chaos and mess makes you feel anxious and overwhelmed, and today's guest sums it up perfectly - "it's not about having the perfect pantry or having the cleanest house it's about feeling in control and not being a slave to your home and your life". Steph Pase (aka @justanothermummyblog) is an Aussie mum of two beautiful girls and the creative and organised genius behind Steph Pase planners, but today we move beyond schedules and to-do lists and dive deep into where life schooled her with some big lessons including growing up with a non-verbal sibling, a 25kg weight loss journey and how it took becoming a mum to break the damaging relationship she had with food and her body. Find out more about Steph here: https://justanothermummyblog.com/ Purchase her products here: https://www.stephpaseplanners.com.au/ Follow Steph on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/justanothermummyblog/ Watch Steph on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/3eqWWIO

42 MINAPR 13
Comments
The organisational Queen on life's biggest lessons with Steph Pase

Managing Anxiety with Nicola Laye

Nicola Laye has helped thousands of women with her background in Palliative care, Pilates teaching and more recently in her role as breath workshop facilitator and pregnancy coach. In today's episode we dive into how the breath can help us out of anxiety not only in pregnancy but in everyday life. You can find out more about Nicola here: https://www.nicolalaye.com/ Follow Nicola on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nicola_laye/ Listen to her Meditation track here: https://www.nicolalaye.com/meditation-track

43 MINMAR 27
Comments
Managing Anxiety with Nicola Laye

#mumtiptuesday Finding calm amidst Coronavirus with Nicole King

I have heard from so many mothers who are experiencing anxiety, fear and overwhelm with what is happening in the world right now due to Coronavirus. So I decided to sit down with meditation teacher and founder of the Momi Method, Nicole King to get some great practical advice on how to deal with these feelings, not only for ourselves but to model for our children as well. We go through simple breathing techniques for you and your family as well as activities you can do with your children should you be in a quarantine situation. You can find out more about Nicole here: https://nicolekingwellbeing.com/ Follow Nicole on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nicolekingwellbeing/

26 MINMAR 17
Comments
#mumtiptuesday Finding calm amidst Coronavirus with Nicole King

Birth is not the finish line, why mums need more support with Dr Oscar Serrallach

If you're a mum, fatigue, loss of libido, brain fog (mumbrain), thinning hair, sagging skin and softer nails are all things we just accept as common and normal after giving birth. However, common doesn't necessarily mean normal and our next guest chats to us about his work in identifying a syndrome all mothers experience to some degree, called Postnatal Depletion. I first heard of Dr Oscar Serrallach when I was pregnant, he has written a book called The Postnatal Depletion Cure which I started to skim through when I was pregnant, however I didn't really start to look at it properly until a few months postpartum. (If I could go back to when I was pregnant I would have read his book from cover to cover twice - just to make sure I didn't miss anything!) We put so much emphasis on the birth and the baby, and like he says in the interview, birth is not the finish line. His article on Gwyneth Paltrow's website GOOP received world wide attention and in addition to practicing integrative medicine at The Health Lodge in Byron Bay, Dr Oscar has grown a real presence of social media and is a big advocate for restoring mother-centred care in our communities. Mamas you are going to love this episode. Find out more about Dr Oscar here: http://oscarserrallach.com/ Follow Dr Oscar on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/droscarserrallach/

71 MINMAR 12
Comments
Birth is not the finish line, why mums need more support with Dr Oscar Serrallach

#mumtiptuesday 5 items that made my life easier

So there's actually 7 items that I talk about, but 5 items sounded so much better! #1 The Mumsie Genius creation by Sunshine Coast mama Janneke. Overalls that carry your baby! #2 Mummy Backpack - Goodbye handbag... There are so many of these available, just make sure you get one with bottle compartments and lots of pockets! #3 Formula Dispenser - I can't believe it took me months to know these existed. Again so many available, choose one that suits! #4 Sophie the Giraffe Entertaining and incredible for teething! #5 Terry Towelling Nappies - I have these all over the house to wipe up all sorts of spills. Great burp cloths too for when they are little. #6 Overhead bibs - For when your sassy 8 month old thinks she can take them off! #7 Hard Books - For when your baby thinks they can turn the pages of a regular book, but just end up scrunching them up! Where is the Green Sheep? It's Time to Sleep my Love are two of our faves

7 MINMAR 10
Comments
#mumtiptuesday 5 items that made my life easier

Latest Episodes

Rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story with Dr Libby Quinn

Making a return to the podcast this week is the principal psychologist of the Women's Psychology Clinic, Dr Libby Quinn. With extensive training and clinical practice, Dr Libby is hands down the best therapist I have ever seen (and why I continue to see her regularly) She just gets us ladies! Dr Libby is across all the evidence based tools used to enhance our psychological wellbeing and today we get into understanding how our core beliefs can run our worlds (and what we can do to stop that from happening!) and the process involved in rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story. After this chat you'll learn that it is just a story - and all stories can be rewritten! Listen to her previous interview here: https://apple.co/3gggYWw Follow Dr Libby on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thewomenspsychologist/

75 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Rewriting the 'I'm not good enough' story with Dr Libby Quinn

Hormone imbalances, endometriosis and the importance of finding the root cause with Dr Nat Kringoudis

Returning to the podcast this week is Dr Nat Kringoudis, doctor of Chinese medicine, Acupuncturist, Author, Speaker, co-host of the Period Party podcast and the Wellness Collective podcast, put simply - an all-round natural fertility expert! This episode is a recording taken from my Becoming Mum Live Virtual Event series and in today's episode we chat about: • understanding our unique hormonal imbalances, • endometriosis + painful periods, and • why it's so important to get to the root cause of these conditions. Follow Nat on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/natkringoudis/

60 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Hormone imbalances, endometriosis and the importance of finding the root cause with Dr Nat Kringoudis

Solo mama life, dating again and speaking your truth with Leila Stead

ESolo mama to her little girl, Leila Stead, a talented writer and photographer, is the incredible woman behind the blog Ever the Daring and podcast We are the Daring. She's passionate, authentic, brave, vulnerable and she's not afraid to talk about controversial topics. Today we dive into life as a solo mama, how it happened, how she moved through it, starting to date again, parenting, the lessons she's learned along the way, how important it is to take care of you first and standing in your truth and speaking it (even if it makes people uncomfortable), dealing with online trolls and the process of caring for her terminally ill mama. This is one jam packed episode! Follow Leila on Instagram here Check out her photography here Listen to her podcast here

77 MINMAY 25
Comments
Solo mama life, dating again and speaking your truth with Leila Stead

Why mothers will not continue to do everything all of the time with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Today's episode is brought to you by Amy's newest online offering, Returning Home, a 6-month membership for mamas to support them as they find their 'new normal'. *CLOSES SUN MAY 10* Our global situation has forced a change in so many of our lives. On top of the everyday mum duties, mothers the world over are trying to simultaneously educate their children, run their own businesses, work from home and keep everyone fed, clean and clothed. For some it has been a wonderful opportunity to slow down, however for others, the pressure dial has just been turned up a whole lot more. According to Amy Taylor-Kabbaz, a former journalist and matrescence activist, a spotlight has been shone on motherhood like never before, and two things have become very clear: We will not continue to accept we have to do everything all of the time, and together, we can honour motherhood differently. Find out more about the program here Listen to the previous interview with Amy here

54 MINMAY 5
Comments
Why mothers will not continue to do everything all of the time with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Meltdowns and Tantrums, what's really going on? with Katie Crosby

H ow do you feel when your little one has a meltdown, or when you get triggered by their behaviour and you snap? I've been there and to be honest it feels awful and I've often wondered why I am so quick to be triggered. Today's guest, Katie Crosby, a paediatric occupational therapist, is an expert in the emotions and behaviours of kids (and inner kids) In this episode, Katie shares with us some incredible information on understanding what it is ourselves AND our kids need in a "meltdown" moment and additionally, how our experience as children will determine how we typically react in those moments. Parenting it seems, is about what we need AND what our children need and I absolutely loved this perspective with Katie and hope you do too. Find out more about Katie here:https://www.thrivinglittles.com/ Her courses here:https://thriving-littles.mykajabi.com/meltdownscourse Follow on Instagram here:https://www.instagram.com/thrivinglittles/ On Facebook here:https://www.facebook.com/thrivinglittles/

47 MINAPR 25
Comments
Meltdowns and Tantrums, what's really going on? with Katie Crosby

The organisational Queen on life's biggest lessons with Steph Pase

EIf you're anything like me and probably a million other women, chaos and mess makes you feel anxious and overwhelmed, and today's guest sums it up perfectly - "it's not about having the perfect pantry or having the cleanest house it's about feeling in control and not being a slave to your home and your life". Steph Pase (aka @justanothermummyblog) is an Aussie mum of two beautiful girls and the creative and organised genius behind Steph Pase planners, but today we move beyond schedules and to-do lists and dive deep into where life schooled her with some big lessons including growing up with a non-verbal sibling, a 25kg weight loss journey and how it took becoming a mum to break the damaging relationship she had with food and her body. Find out more about Steph here: https://justanothermummyblog.com/ Purchase her products here: https://www.stephpaseplanners.com.au/ Follow Steph on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/justanothermummyblog/ Watch Steph on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/3eqWWIO

42 MINAPR 13
Comments
The organisational Queen on life's biggest lessons with Steph Pase

Managing Anxiety with Nicola Laye

Nicola Laye has helped thousands of women with her background in Palliative care, Pilates teaching and more recently in her role as breath workshop facilitator and pregnancy coach. In today's episode we dive into how the breath can help us out of anxiety not only in pregnancy but in everyday life. You can find out more about Nicola here: https://www.nicolalaye.com/ Follow Nicola on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nicola_laye/ Listen to her Meditation track here: https://www.nicolalaye.com/meditation-track

43 MINMAR 27
Comments
Managing Anxiety with Nicola Laye

#mumtiptuesday Finding calm amidst Coronavirus with Nicole King

I have heard from so many mothers who are experiencing anxiety, fear and overwhelm with what is happening in the world right now due to Coronavirus. So I decided to sit down with meditation teacher and founder of the Momi Method, Nicole King to get some great practical advice on how to deal with these feelings, not only for ourselves but to model for our children as well. We go through simple breathing techniques for you and your family as well as activities you can do with your children should you be in a quarantine situation. You can find out more about Nicole here: https://nicolekingwellbeing.com/ Follow Nicole on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nicolekingwellbeing/

26 MINMAR 17
Comments
#mumtiptuesday Finding calm amidst Coronavirus with Nicole King

Birth is not the finish line, why mums need more support with Dr Oscar Serrallach

If you're a mum, fatigue, loss of libido, brain fog (mumbrain), thinning hair, sagging skin and softer nails are all things we just accept as common and normal after giving birth. However, common doesn't necessarily mean normal and our next guest chats to us about his work in identifying a syndrome all mothers experience to some degree, called Postnatal Depletion. I first heard of Dr Oscar Serrallach when I was pregnant, he has written a book called The Postnatal Depletion Cure which I started to skim through when I was pregnant, however I didn't really start to look at it properly until a few months postpartum. (If I could go back to when I was pregnant I would have read his book from cover to cover twice - just to make sure I didn't miss anything!) We put so much emphasis on the birth and the baby, and like he says in the interview, birth is not the finish line. His article on Gwyneth Paltrow's website GOOP received world wide attention and in addition to practicing integrative medicine at The Health Lodge in Byron Bay, Dr Oscar has grown a real presence of social media and is a big advocate for restoring mother-centred care in our communities. Mamas you are going to love this episode. Find out more about Dr Oscar here: http://oscarserrallach.com/ Follow Dr Oscar on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/droscarserrallach/

71 MINMAR 12
Comments
Birth is not the finish line, why mums need more support with Dr Oscar Serrallach

#mumtiptuesday 5 items that made my life easier

So there's actually 7 items that I talk about, but 5 items sounded so much better! #1 The Mumsie Genius creation by Sunshine Coast mama Janneke. Overalls that carry your baby! #2 Mummy Backpack - Goodbye handbag... There are so many of these available, just make sure you get one with bottle compartments and lots of pockets! #3 Formula Dispenser - I can't believe it took me months to know these existed. Again so many available, choose one that suits! #4 Sophie the Giraffe Entertaining and incredible for teething! #5 Terry Towelling Nappies - I have these all over the house to wipe up all sorts of spills. Great burp cloths too for when they are little. #6 Overhead bibs - For when your sassy 8 month old thinks she can take them off! #7 Hard Books - For when your baby thinks they can turn the pages of a regular book, but just end up scrunching them up! Where is the Green Sheep? It's Time to Sleep my Love are two of our faves

7 MINMAR 10
Comments
#mumtiptuesday 5 items that made my life easier

More from Nicole Joy

Show

Playlists

pre conception
kateapellow
Birth pregnancy breastfeeding
Jessiejane48
to listen to
kateapellow
To listen
Brigitte.kelly
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.