Ever met a real, human firecracker? You're about to. Rachel Davis is a high-vibe full-time single mama whose journey back to life from being totally lost to herself happened through music. The change was so powerful that it swept away all the cobwebs and...read more
Julie Creffield is a powerhouse. Her ability to smash seemingly "big, fat, stupid goals" (as she calls them) is inspiring. Take yesterday, for example. Yesterday she completed her first-ever olympic distance triathlon in Paris, having begun training only...read more
EP017: Rita Waddell on life-changing interventions for children with learning differences (and supporting parents too)
Today’s conversation is a pretty emotional one for me because what we’re talking about is still raw. A few years ago we knew our oldest daughter was struggling, but we couldn’t figure out why. She’d been a bright and sparkly child whose light had begun to...read more
Today I'm thrilled to introduce you to a woman whose deepest expression of her truth is a little unusual. Leela Bunce is a professional clown, a laughter yoga teacher, and actress and a burlesque performer. She's an exquisitely beautiful, wildly talented...read more
Gemma Went is a shepherdess of overwhelmed entrepreneurs, a master at finding her way out of challenging situations, and a woman of clear sight and immensely generous heart. She’s also a being of exceptional talent and resources who found herself single,...read more
EP014: Kristina Kuzmic (The Truth Bomb Mom) on sandwich puzzles, boxes of joy & mama shaming (DON’T DO IT)
Ever wondered what it would be like to talk to someone who lives in the public eye? Today you've got ringside (or earbud-side) seats for my conversation with Kristina Kuzmić (also previously known as The Truth Bomb Mom). She's a truth-teller, a BS-buster,...read more
You might find today's guest and her family pictured beside the word "globetrotter" in the dictionnary. Chantal Patton and her husband have travelled a LONG way from her native Kingston, Ontario, Canada and have so far visited 90 countries. Their goal? To...read more
Sometimes along a mama’s path, there are wise women to show the way. This week’s guest is just that. Karolyn McKinley is a friend, a single mama of a now grown (and newly married at time of publishing) son, and a wise soul with some serious professional...read more
Ever talk to someone and feel like they can see inside your brain? Today's guest kinda can. Or at least she can tell us why we behave in certain ways, often lose things and generally feel overwhelmed at different points of the mothering journey. Edye...read more
EP010: Charlaine Jannerfeldt on the power of Nature to build confidence, healthy relationships & beautiful memories
My guest today is a nature enthusiast whose passion for the outdoors determines where and how she lives, what she does every day and how she and her husband raise their children. Charlaine Jannerfeldt is a Canadian transplant to Switzerland who can most...read more
We need to have more brave, honest conversations about the challenges, surprises, frustrations, pains and celebrations of life as women and as mothers. We need to talk about it all without shame, blame or guilt. So we all know we’re normal. That our struggles aren’t ours alone. That we’re seen and held. That’s why I created MamaFuel: The Podcast — to make sure there’s no mama left behind.
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