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Jennifer Tracy interviews moms she admires about how they straddle the jobs of motherhood, entrepreneurship, and womanhood in general. These moms are breaking the molds of motherhood past and trailblazing a new path for us to follow.

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052 - Courage to Start with Cathy Ladman
<p>Jennifer welcomes writer, actor, and comedian, Cathy Ladman. Cathy started her illustrious career as a standup comic being mentored by longtime friend and colleague Jerry Seinfeld. Since then, Cathy has appeared on <em>The Tonight Show</em> nine times, has guest-starred on television shows such as <em>Pretty Little Liars, Curb Your Enthusiasm,</em> and <em>Everybody Loves Raymond</em>, and has served as a regular panelist on Bill Mahar and Scott Carter’s <em>Politically Incorrect</em>. In 1992, she was awarded the American Comedy Award for Best Female Stand Up Comic. Cathy’s comedy focuses on family, growing up, relationships, and real life from a very personal perspective.</p> <p>In this episode, Cathy reflects on her long and arduous road to becoming an actor and comedian. Growing up in a family with minimal support of her dream of being a comic, Cathy faced heavy adversity from the start. Cathy takes the audience through her journey to motherhood through a lengthy international adoption process. She opens up about the difficult transition she experienced becoming a mother later in life. Cathy also speaks to her struggles with anorexia and depression. Finally, Cathy discusses her current project, <em>Does This Show Make Me Look Fat?</em></p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/52">https://milfpodcast.com/52</a></p>
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051 - Unwavering Love with Tembi Locke
<p>Jennifer welcomes actor, writer, and advocate, Tembi Locke. Tembi started her onscreen career with the iconic comedy, <em>The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air</em>. Currently, she can be found in roles on <em>The Magicians, Proven Innocent, NCIS: LA,</em> and <em>EUReKA</em> to name a few. She discovered her love of the written word at a very young age, writing short stories, journaling, and taking writing classes to grow her skills. After the loss of her husband, Saro, Tembi’s writing took on a completely new meaning. She began putting together the outline of what would eventually become her memoir, <em>From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home</em>. Today, Tembi works as an advocate and speaks on topics such as loss, resilience, and connection. Together with her daughter Zoela, Tembi enjoys cooking, connecting, and traveling to Sicily to take in the gorgeous Mediterranean landscape and eat ridiculous amounts of gelato.</p> <p>In this episode, Tembi reflects on the enormity of the love she had with, and still has for, her late husband, Saro. She opens up about the emotional journey that eventually led to writing her memoir. Jennifer and Tembi talk about their own writing processes and the importance of writing freely and without restrictions. Tembi speaks to her latest project, The Kitchen Widow, a digital forum that’s a modern take on the age-old kitchen table conversation. Finally, Tembi recalls the call she received from Reese Witherspoon letting her know that her memoir had been selected as the Hello Sunshine Book of the Month.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/51">https://milfpodcast.com/51</a></p>
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050 - Zero Fucks Given with Jennifer Tracy
<p>In this very special edition of MILF Podcast, Jennifer is switching roles to become the interviewee. Jackie MacDougall, host of the Forty Thrive podcast, interviews Jennifer about her background, creative spirit, and passion for writing. Jennifer opens up about her struggles with alcoholism and the steps she took to get sober. She shares stories from her early life that shaped her into the woman she is today, including a moment of realization in her early thirties that gave her clarity on life. Jennifer and Jackie discuss Jennifer’s latest project, a novel about a mother-turned-dominatrix entitled <em>Honey Pie</em>. Finally, Jennifer reflects on the importance she places on kindness, compassion, and empathy.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/50">https://milfpodcast.com/50</a></p>
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049 - Leave it all on the Field with Emily Ziff Griffin
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast film producer and author, Emily Ziff Griffin. Emily co-founded Cooper’s Town Productions with Philip Seymour Hoffman, a production company she ran for ten years in her early career. While there, she produced the Academy Award-winning film, <em>Capote,</em> along with Hoffman’s directorial debut <em>Jack Goes</em> <em>Boating</em>, and John Slattery’s film <em>God’s Pocket</em>. She is the author of the critically acclaimed <em>Light Years</em>, a novel for young adults that was recently optioned for television. Her writing has appeared in Refinery29, Rookie, Self, The Culture Trip, and Modern Loss, among others. When she’s not writing or producing, Emily frequently guest lectures at high schools and universities across the country and offers private instruction on how to find and build on the essence of a creative work. Emily currently resides in LA where she writes, produces, teaches, daydreams, and mothers two children.</p> <p>In this episode, Emily talks about the inspiration behind her novel, <em>Light Years</em>, and the arduous process of getting the novel written and published. Emily discusses her experience working with the legendary Philip Seymour Hoffman up until the time of his death. She opens up about how she handled this loss, as well as other losses over the course of her life. Finally, Emily shares the uniquely beautiful love story of how she met her husband, Nicholas, as well as the emphasis she places on living a life of balance.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/49">https://milfpodcast.com/49</a></p>
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048 - Finding Magnificence with Helen Rothberg
<p>Jennifer welcomes author, consultant, and professor of strategy, Helen Rothberg, Ph.D. Helen bartended in New York City throughout her academic career and gained invaluable experience that she was able to transfer to a career in business consulting. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, small technology start-ups, and nonprofit organizations. Dr. Rothberg is a professor of strategy at the School of Management at Marist College, senior faculty at the Academy of Competitive Intelligence, and president of consulting firm HNR Associates. She is also a contributing author for <em>Money Magazine</em> and Money.com. She currently resides in New York with her husband, dog, cat, and several part-time goats. Her book, <em>The Perfect Mix</em>, includes numerous stories from her bartending days, lessons learned, and even a few cocktail recipes!</p> <p>In this episode, Helen talks about the delicate balance of relationships and the importance of empathy. She tells stories of growing up in New York City and overcoming the challenges of being a woman in the male dominated field of business consulting. Helen also opens up about her nontraditional yet beautiful journey to motherhood and the lessons she learned along the way. Finally, Helen discusses her mission to help her family, friends, colleagues, and students grow and find the joy in their lives.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/48">https://milfpodcast.com/48</a></p>
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047 - Fierce Love with Haize Hawke Rosen
<p>Jennifer welcomes healer, birth coach, and ceremonialist, Haize Hawke Rosen. Rev. Haize Hawke is a proud mother of three and Mama Haize to her own community. She is a world traveler, educator, and mentor to those looking to be strong, loving, grounded and powerful beings. Haize leads a heart led life through meditation, dance, prayer, and emotional, fulfilling work.</p> <p>In this episode, Haize shares her positive and exuberant outlook on life, from the beauty of love to the synchronicity of birth and death. She talks about the work she does as a healer, birth coach and ceremonialist and why she chose to become a doula. Haize and Jennifer discuss the concept that we are constantly giving birth to ideas, books, music and other forms of creativity. Finally, Haize and Jennifer discuss the importance of understanding your worth as a person.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/47">https://milfpodcast.com/47</a></p>
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046 - Let Love Rule with Alexis Artin
<p>Jennifer welcomes speaker, author, and master teacher of female empowerment and embodiment, Alexis Artin. After spending nearly a decade working with industry leaders and celebrities in television and film, Alexis transitioned her passion and skillset for fostering potential and obtaining results to the world of self-development. More recently, Alexis's work has been solely focused on personal empowerment and transformation. With awareness, strategy, energy and tools to advocate for self-love as the cornerstones of her approach, she believes true empowerment is possible for every woman to achieve in body, mind, heart, and soul.</p> <p>In this episode, Alexis talks about her decision to become a pole-dancing instructor and the revelation that ensued as a result. She talks about her goal to empower women and inspire a worldwide community of women that thrive in deep, authentic connection. Alexis also opens up about her experience with postpartum depression and the methods she used to overcome it. Finally, Alexis discusses the importance of awareness, allowing love to drive your life, and following your truth.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/46">https://milfpodcast.com/46</a></p>
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045 - Fourth Time’s A Charm with Andrea Abbate
<p>Jennifer welcomes comedian, television writer, and mother, Andrea Abbate. Andrea started out as a stand-up with a dangerous sense of humor. In fact, one review of her comedy stated, “Her jokes are like sugar coated bullets. She turns difficult experiences into piercing, original comedy.” She has performed on numerous television shows as a comedian and has sold dozens of pilots to MTV, AMC, Showtime and HBO.</p> <p>In this episode, Andrea talks about her childhood, as well as her experiences with eating disorders and drug addiction. While any one of these might devastate the average person, Andrea is a different breed. Her ability to overcome adversity through determination and perseverance is second to none. Andrea and Jennifer talk about suicide, smoking, and writing. They talk about Andrea’s household, one that consists of four sons, four dogs, four chickens and one supportive husband. Yet with all this chaos in her life, she still finds time to give back to her community. One of her passion projects includes devoting herself to helping others get off drugs.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/45">https://milfpodcast.com/45</a></p>
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044 - Stop Should-ing On Yourself with Jen Pastiloff
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast author, yoga teacher and inspirational human, Jen Pastiloff. Jen’s forthcoming memoir, <em>On Being Human: A Memoir of Waking Up, Living Real and Listening Hard</em>, chronicles her incredible journey in a way no other medium could. In addition to being an accomplished author, Jen runs a unique workshop, a hybrid of yoga-related movement, writing, sharing aloud, and the occasional dance party. Jen is a frequent contributor to SHAPE Magazine and has been featured on Good Morning America, New York Magazine, Health Magazine, CBS News and others for her unique teaching style. She also runs global retreats where she aims to help women to heal, connect deeply, and find peace.</p> <p>In this episode, Jen opens up about her struggles with depression and the impact of losing her father at a young age. She talks openly about how these trying experiences shaped her into the person she is today. Jen’s mission in life is to spread love to those in need of love. It is in that spirit that Jen raises funds for scholarships to her retreats so women who are struggling can find a moment of respite. Jen also opens up about her deafness and the challenges she faces every day. Finally, Jen speaks to the importance of having a good sense of humor and the power of paying it forward.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/44">https://milfpodcast.com/44</a></p>
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043 - Let’s Get Dirty, Ladies! with Wendy Miller
<p>Jennifer welcomes television producer, comedian, speaker and ACS Sexologist, Wendy Miller. After spending years as a television producer at NBC, Wendy accepted the role as Head of Programming for Playboy TV. It was that career choice that changed her life dramatically. There, she learned incredible lessons about sex, judgment, and acceptance. She also has enough ridiculous stories that guarantee her the title of most interesting person at any dinner party!</p> <p>In this episode, Wendy talks about her time at Playboy and the way that it changed her preconceived notions about what it would be like working there. Jennifer and Wendy share stories of how they have broached the topic of sex with their children. They discuss the importance of starting this conversation and education about sex early and without shame. Wendy tells the origin story of her podcast, <em>Sex Ed The Musical</em>, and shares some of the sex-themed jingles she has written for the show. Finally, Wendy tells the hilarious story of how she got married on a game show</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/43">https://milfpodcast.com/43</a></p>
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042 - Cool Case: Queen of Ice Cream Disrupts the Patriarchy with Natasha Case
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast architect, entrepreneur and ice cream connoisseur, Natasha Case. Natasha founded Coolhaus in 2009 with business partner and now wife, Freya Estreller. They launched their unique ice cream sandwich company from a barely drive-able postal van at the Coachella Music Festival and established a fiercely loyal following practically overnight. After going viral, Coolhaus built an incredible social media following among an eager foodie audience. Since then, Natasha has garnered praise and accolades from <em>Forbes</em>, <em>Food & Beverage</em>, <em>Zagat</em>, and <em>Food & Lesiure</em>, among other publications. Her products have been featured on multiple television shows, such as Food Network’s <em>Chopped</em>, <em>Barefoot Contessa</em>, <em>Unique Sweets</em>, and <em>Good Morning America</em>. Coolhaus is the leading women-owned ice cream business and its products can be found in over 7,500 gourmet grocery stores in every state across the U.S.</p> <p>In this episode, Natasha tells the origin story of how she came up with the concept for Coolhaus. Natasha has always been self-motivated and hard-working, traits that have served her well as a successful entrepreneur. She tells the story of how she met her wife, Freya and how their relationship has evolved over the years. Natasha opens up about their decision to start a family and the impact that had on their work-life balance. Natasha also talks about other projects she and Freya are working on, including Freya’s company, Future Gin. Finally, Natasha speaks about the future of Coolhaus and her desire to expand and make it the premier household brand of the millennial generation.  </p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/42">https://milfpodcast.com/42</a></p>
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041 - Rebellious by Nature with Rachel Rodgers
<p>Rachel Rodgers is a woman of color, a mother of four, and a seven-figure business owner – in that order. After beginning her career as a lawyer for non-profits, federal judges, and Hilary Clinton, she realized that changing the world is easier when you have some cash in your bank account. Through hard work and dedication, Rachel built a million dollar business focused on coaching other women entrepreneurs how to do the same. Rachel is the creator and host of the Million Dollar Badass Podcast, the founder of Glow Up, Hello Seven, and the Million Dollar Badass Mastermind. Her visionary guidance for female entrepreneurs has been featured in <em>Time</em>, <em>Forbes</em>, <em>Entrepreneur</em>, <em>Fast</em> <em>Company</em> and the <em>Washington</em> <em>Post</em>. </p> <p>In this episode, Rachel talks all about her background as a lawyer, business coach and entrepreneur. She opens up about the struggles of building and growing a business, maintaining relationships, and simultaneously raising a family. Rachel speaks to her passion for helping women entrepreneurs, especially women of color, achieve their goals. However, Rachel’s sentiments towards making money are not limited to her clients. Rachel has instilled in her daughters the importance of making money and not being ashamed of it. Finally, Rachel discusses her role as a business coach and how the Million Dollar Badass Podcast has become her passion project to help women everywhere scale their business in order to become millionaires.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/41">https://milfpodcast.com/41</a></p> <p> </p>
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040 - Red Suits and Badass Bosses with Allyson Fanger
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast costume designer, fashion guru, and proud mother of three, Allyson Fanger. Originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Allyson became obsessed with fashion and design at a young age. By age six, she was creating alternative creative outfits for her Barbie dolls out of any fabric scraps she scavenged from her mother’s sewing table. After getting her education and traveling to Southeast Asia, Allyson returned home to Minnesota where she began a career as a commercial stylist. With a few commercials under her belt, she headed West to Los Angeles and never looked back.</p> <p>While in Los Angeles, Allyson merged her love of fashion and design with a natural talent for understanding character to build the foundation of a successful career in costume design. She is best known for her work on the popular Netflix series, <em>Grace & Frankie</em>, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Her other television credits include, <em>The Fix, Nobodies</em>, <em>Hollywood Heights</em>, <em>The Nine Lives of Chloe King</em>, <em>Melissa & Joey</em>, and the feature film, <em>Fun Mom Dinner</em>. Now a three-time Emmy Nominee and three-time Costume Designers Guild Nominee, Allyson still considers her greatest achievement to be mothering her three entirely gorgeous daughters.</p> <p>In this episode, Allyson talks openly about embracing motherhood and the joy of raising three daughters. As a working mother, Allyson talks about the importance of finding a harmony between work and family. Allyson has always made her children top priority and lets them know that on a daily basis. As Allyson puts it, she has truly immersed herself in ‘mom life.’ Allyson provides an inside look at her role as a costume designer, including how she manages to bring characters to life through the magic of wardrobe. Jennifer and Allyson share stories of raising their children and the joys that come from motherhood. Finally, Allyson talks about the incredible experience and memories she made while traveling the world with her family.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https:milfpodcast.com/40">https://milfpodcast.com/40</a></p>
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039 - This Is Normal with Cobie Smulders
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast model and actor Cobie Smulders. Cobie is perhaps most known for her portrayal of Robin Scherbatsky on the hit show <em>How I Met Your Mother</em>. Additionally, she has worked on numerous Marvel Cinematic Universe films, including <em>The Avengers</em>, <em>Captain America: The Winter Soldier</em>, <em>Avengers: Age of Ultron</em>, and <em>Spider-Man: Far From Home</em>, among others. She currently stars in the Netflix series <em>Friends from College</em>.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Cobie talk about Cobie’s fascinating career path from model to eventual television and film superstar. Cobie opens up about her diagnosis and subsequent battle with Stage 4 ovarian cancer. She talks about the stigma that has surrounded female sexuality for years, made even more evident when Cobie learned of the history of ovarian cancer. Cobie discusses the emotional toll of being told she would never have children after cancer and the joy she felt when she got pregnant so quickly. She chronicles the struggle to balance health, a career, family and friendships. Cobie is a master of this balancing act as a constantly working mother of two! Finally, Cobie talks about the fulfillment of living out one of her childhood dreams: starring in a play on Broadway.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/039">https://milfpodcast.com/039</a></p>
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038 - I Feel Rad with Aseem Batra
<p>Jennifer welcomes television producer, writer, and actor, Aseem Batra. Aseem is best known for her work as a writer on <em>The Cleveland</em> <em>Show</em>, <em>Scrubs</em>, and as the creator of the NBC show, <em>I Feel</em> <em>Bad</em>. A small-town Georgia girl, her transition to a force in the world of television writing has been nothing short of inspiring. </p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Aseem talk about her entertainment career, from performing standup and writing her first spec script to working on a female-focused show with the legendary Amy Poehler. Aseem discusses the expectations she had going into her pregnancy and the harsh reality of what actually happened. Aseem talks about the issues she experienced postpartum, including depression, anxiety, and coping with her newborn son’s feeding disorder. Therapy was an incredible resource for Aseem during this trying time. Finally, Jennifer and Aseem discuss the support system that working mothers are sorely lacking and the double standard that comes with motherhood.</p> <p>Full show notes: https://milfpodcast.com/38</p>
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037 - Will Work for Story with Carla Hacken
<p>Jennifer welcomes Hollywood producer, Carla Hacken. A true badass, Carla has held a multitude of roles within the entertainment industry and has the war stories to prove it! From representing premier actors to telling a young Brad Pitt that he should consider acting lessons, Carla has brought a no-nonsense and fierce approach to her career. Carla is best known for her work producing the critically acclaimed film, <em>Hell or High Water</em>, which earned her an Academy Award nomination in 2017 for Best Picture. Today, Carla serves as the co-President of production at Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Carla talk about Carla’s background, from growing up in a tight-knit Jewish family in Savannah, Georgia to producing an Oscar-nominated film. Carla chronicles her career path through the entertainment industry, from working as one of the youngest talent agents, to becoming a producer and, eventually, a studio executive. Carla shares her journey to sobriety and the difficult challenges she faced while doing so in an industry and time where the use of drugs and alcohol was the norm. Carla discusses the difficulties she faced while trying to start a family late in life, including the multiple miscarriages she experienced. Jennifer and Carla talk about the guilt that working mothers experience and the affect it has on work-life balance. Finally, Carla discusses how women’s roles in production have changed throughout the course of Carla’s career. In short, there is still a long way to go for women to overcome the challenges they face in this industry.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/37">https://milfpodcast.com/37</a></p>
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036 - The Kids Are Alright with Kathleen Robertson
<p>Jennifer welcomes actor, writer, and mother, Kathleen Robertson. Kathleen is best known for her roles in <em>Maniac Mansion</em>, <em>Beverly Hills, 90210</em>, <em>Boss</em>, and <em>Murder in the First</em>. However, Kathleen is involved in so much more within the entertainment industry. She is an active movie and television show writer/producer, working on multiple projects. She actively seeks out opportunities to option books into television shows. All of this is in addition to raising her two children with her husband, Chris. She is an incredibly brilliant, talented and lovely woman who brings a lot of depth and insight to life.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Kathleen talk about Kathleen’s acting career, which started when she was just ten years old. Kathleen describes the surreal experience of getting a bodyguard assigned to her while she was working on the hit show, <em>Beverly Hills, 90210</em>. She also discusses her decision to start writing and how that was a transformative moment in her career. Kathleen discusses her pregnancies and the tragic miscarriage she experienced. The emotional trauma and journey that followed was nothing short of devastating. Jennifer and Kathleen talk about the importance of creating a forum for women who have experienced miscarriages to express themselves. Breaking this stigma and educating women of the inherent risks of late-life pregnancies is one of Kathleen’s top priorities as she moves forward. Finally, Kathleen lists the current projects she is working on, including a new show premiering on Netflix this March entitled, <em>Northern Rescue</em>.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/36">https://milfpodcast.com/36</a></p>
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035 - MILF Intuition with Nimisha Gandhi
<p>Jennifer welcomes holistic nutritionist, certified Ayurvedic counselor, and Yoga Nidra teacher, Nimisha Gandhi. Nimisha believes that holistic nutrition and lifestyle changes are the foundation of deep healing. Her integrative approach focuses on providing therapeutic nutrition and lifestyle counseling services to cultivate a healthier, happier, and thriving life. Nimisha currently works as a fertility and women’s health nutritionist. Through her company, Moon Cycle Nutrition, she combines ancient wisdom with modern medicine to provide her clients with individualized plans to help meet their needs. Nimisha is dedicated to helping people find their truth through lifestyle, nutritional, and mindful work. She believes that health is a balance between our environment, body, mind, and spirit.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Nimisha talk about Nimisha’s extensive background in healthcare and nutrition. Nimisha discusses the postpartum anxiety she experienced shortly after the birth of her son. She felt an intense amount of pressure from work, her marriage, motherhood, and everyday life. Nimisha talks about different remedies she utilized to combat these feelings of anxiety, including exercise, therapy, and cannabis. Nimisha talks about the genesis of her nutrition practice and the work she does with women struggling with fertility. Finally, Nimisha talks about her passion for working with young women. She gives workshops, talks, classes, and webinars regularly to empower them to feel confident in their bodies.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/35">https://milfpodcast.com/35</a></p>
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034 - Feeling Fuckin’ Better with Dr. Sarah Sarkis
<p>Jennifer welcomes psychologist, writer, and performance consultant, Dr. Sarah Sarkis. Originally from Boston, Sarah and her husband moved to Honolulu, Hawaii just two years after giving birth to her son. There she runs a private practice where she works with adults who are looking to achieve long-term change and growth in their lives. Sarah also provides performance consulting for executives, organizations, and other small businesses. In addition to her psychology background, Sarah has studied and implemented the use of mindfulness, functional medicine, and other tactics within her practice. She believes there is an evident connection between food, medicine, and mood. Sarah employs a unique style that blends psychoanalytic theory, positive and existential psychology, and neurobiology to achieve a fully integrated approach to wellness.</p> <p>Jennifer recounts a truly vulnerable moment she experienced recently after sustaining a bad head injury. Jennifer talks openly about her history with depression and mental illness and implores anyone who needs help to ask for it. You are worthy of help and love. In today’s episode, Jennifer introduces Dr. Sarkis, an expert in psychology. Sarah talks about her integrative practice and her goal to provide her patients with the best standard of care. Jennifer and Sarah discuss the psychopharmaceutical epidemic in this country, as well as the lack of mental health resources available. Sarah discusses the inspiration that led to her starting her blog, <em>The Padded Room</em>. Her love of writing and platform have provided her with an opportunity to influence and impact an entirely new audience of people yearning for help.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/34">https://milfpodcast.com/34</a></p>
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033 - Resilience and Love with Elissa Goodman
<p>Jennifer welcomes holistic nutritionist, lifestyle guru, best-selling author, and general badass, Elissa Goodman. Elissa’s story is one of beauty, tragedy, resilience, and love. A successful marketing executive with a loving husband, Elissa seemed to have the perfect life. Her world changed when she received a diagnosis of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at just 32 years old. That’s when it all changed. She made a promise to herself, her husband, and her future family that she would beat this disease and start to prioritize her mental and physical health through nourishment and love. Elissa left her job and began pursuing alternative paths to healing. She started managing her stress, doing yoga, juicing, and eating a more plant-based diet. As a result, Elissa began to heal and went into remission. Today, she runs a holistic nutrition and lifestyle organization. Her mission is to educate and encourage healthy, mindful living by helping others embrace the concept that we are a product of what we eat and how we treat ourselves.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Elissa talk about Elissa’s background and roots. They discuss Elissa’s early career as an ad salesperson and marketer, skills that transferred perfectly to her current career. Elissa discusses her battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and the way it affected her life. She also discusses her husband Marc’s cancer diagnosis and tragic death. Not one to succumb to hardships, Elissa made it her goal to help others through holistic nutrition and healing. Finally, Jennifer and Elissa talk about her book, <em>Cancer Hacks,</em> as well as the many other projects she is currently working on.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/33">https://milfpodcast.com/33</a></p>
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032 - Chief MILF in Charge with April Uchitel
<p>Jennifer welcomes fashion leader, business expert, CEO, and mother of two, April Uchitel. April always knew she wanted to climb to the top of the fashion industry. After moving to LA, she quickly began a career in sales working for Karen Kane. Since then, she has held roles at BCBG, Prada, and Diane Von Furstenberg. After nine years at DVF, April began to see the digital trend that was evolving within the industry. She took a risk and started working as an advisor to the start-up company, Spring, Inc., where she got exposure to the beauty industry. As April fell in love with the business side of this budding industry, she was offered the role of CEO at Violet Grey, widely considered the go-to source for all things beauty.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and April talk all about her career path as she worked her way from college drop out to CEO of Violet Grey, The Industry’s Beauty Edit. April talks about the difficulties she faced balancing her incredibly successful career with her family life. Jennifer and April discuss the importance of prioritizing self-care, including getting enough sleep, having proper nutrition, and meditating. April shares the value she places on culture within an organization and how her methods align with a culture that fosters curiosity and freethinking. She discusses the changes she has seen within the fashion and beauty industries, especially within the digital space. Finally, they talk beauty products and share their preferred lipstick of choice.</p> <p> </p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/32">https://milfpodcast.com/32</a></p>
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031 - Rebel with Applause with JoAnne Astrow
<p>Jennifer welcomes a very special MILF, JoAnne Astrow. JoAnne is the mother of actor Claudia Lonow, who also appeared as a guest on a previous episode. With a career in show business spanning over 50 years, JoAnne has proven to be the true embodiment of a rebel and pioneer. Raised in a household of humble means, JoAnne didn’t receive much support from her family when she decided to pursue acting. However, that did not deter her from blossoming into a hilarious stand-up comedian and actor over the course of her career. JoAnne has faced many challenges along her journey and always seems to combat them with a lively personality and an unparalleled love for life.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and JoAnne talk all about her career as an actor, stand-up comedian, and talent manager. A lifelong New Yorker, JoAnne recalls how difficult it was to make the move to Los Angeles. However, it proved to be one of the best things that could have happened to her and her daughter, Claudia. JoAnne speaks to the positive and negative impacts of living through the women’s movement and sexual revolution of the ‘60s. She discusses what life was like for women before the landmark Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade. JoAnne talks about her love of comedy and the struggles she faced as a woman doing standup in the 1980s. Finally, JoAnne tells the story of how she met and fell in love with her husband of fifty years, Mark Lonow. In addition to being life partners, JoAnne and Mark also work together in the entertainment industry. They now invest in plays, one of which, The Prom, recently opened on Broadway and is getting rave reviews.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/31">https://milfpodcast.com/31</a></p>
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030 - Eff This, I Have a Voice with May Lindstrom
<p>Jennifer welcomes free spirit, entrepreneur, skincare formulator, and fellow mother, May Lindstrom. May’s epic story is that of a woman trying to find meaning in life through travel, love, and taking leaps of faith. After growing up in relative poverty in a small town in Minnesota, she decided to leave to pursue art school. From there, she began a journey that would span from Los Angeles and Mexico to Las Vegas and New Orleans with multiple stops in between. Through it all, she has worked as a cook, model, and makeup artist. However, she found her true passion in skincare, providing women with the world’s most nutritious and efficacious plant-based skincare formulas.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and May talk all about May’s fascinating life, from humble beginnings in a conservative Minnesota town to living with a vampire cult in New Orleans. No, we’re not making this up! Jennifer and May have a deep conversation about the importance of finding one’s voice and using that full voice to be true. They talk about love, sexuality, and the importance of self-care. May discusses the genesis of her company, May Lindstrom Skin, and her mission for all women to connect back to their skin while recognizing their unique beauty. Finally, she talks about the importance of shutting it down from a work standpoint in order to spend time with those who matter most—her friends and loved ones.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/30">https://milfpodcast.com/30</a></p>
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029 - Swimming with a Mermaid with Kimberly Muller
<p>Jennifer welcomes film producer, children’s author, entrepreneur, and mother of three beautiful daughters, Kimberly Muller. Kimberly is the true embodiment of a renaissance woman. Everything she touches turns to gold, as Jennifer discovers in today’s episode. Kimberly began her career in the film industry, working in publicity and promotions and, eventually, starting her own production company. After successfully producing two independent films, Kimberly retired to start a family. Since then, she has pursued a new dream, one that has been a passion of hers since early childhood—becoming an author of children’s books. Inspired by her daughters, Kimberly wrote her first book, <em>The Adventures of Fifi & Noni</em>. Since then, she has gone on to write a second book and is currently working on a third, which is being adapted into a children’s television show.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Kimberly talk about Kimberly’s roots and background. We learn about Kimberly’s family and the inspiration they provided for Kimberly to pursue her dream of becoming the next Judy Blume. Kimberly talks about her second book, <em>Last Night I Swam with the Mermaid</em>, which has inspired a mission to help saves our oceans. In fact, Kimberly has partnered with Philippe Cousteau’s EARTHECHO International, a company that engages and challenges youth to shape the future of our planet. Kimberly also discusses other business ventures she’s involved with, including building a new concept in family dining called Au Fudge. Finally, Kimberly talks about her hopes for the future, including writing books for her children that teach and challenge them as they continue to grow up.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/29">https://milfpodcast.com/29</a></p>
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028 - Hit the (Pelvic) Floor with Alicia Willoughby
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast orthopedic and women’s health physical therapist, and mother of two, Alicia Willoughby. In her work, Alicia specializes in working with women during pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond childbearing years. She has made it her goal to treat and advocate for mothers who are suffering from orthopedic discomfort and injuries sustained during and after pregnancy. Alicia’s treatment approach combines orthopedic skills and pelvic floor training to treat the whole body. As she can attest from personal experience, no mother should ever experience pregnancy-related injuries that are completely preventable with proper care and attention.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Alicia talk all about the pelvic floor of a woman’s body. While men also have pelvic floors and muscles that need attention, it is more common for women to experience trauma and require rehabilitation, especially postpartum. Alicia recalls her own ordeals with pregnancies, including an unplanned pregnancy shortly after the birth of her first child and the miscarriage that ensued. </p> <p>Alicia defines the terms ‘pelvic floor’ and ‘abdominal separation’ and explains how each are different. She provides exercises and routines that every mother can follow to achieve pain relief and become in tune with their sexuality again. Jennifer and Alicia share their unique experiences with sexuality postpartum and the difficulties they faced. Finally, Alicia urges listeners who are suffering from pain or discomfort to seek help and provides them with a list of what to expect from women’s health specialists.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/28">https://milfpodcast.com/28</a></p>
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Love Big or Go Home with Jennifer Tracy
<p>In a very special edition of the MILF Podcast, Jennifer reflects on her year and all that 2018 brought with it. Over the past year, she experienced great joy, as well as great pain. However, there has been one constant in her life that she is beyond grateful for, and that constant is love. Love is the great connector that binds us all together and affects our lives in profound and indescribable ways.</p> <p>Jennifer takes the audience through her journey of romantic heartbreak, the loss of a dear friend, and the key to self-love. She is a true believer that everyone loves differently and that is not a bad thing. We all love in ways that are specific to our own unique experiences and personalities. Finally, she talks about the amazing journey she began when she decided to launch this podcast. Jennifer is a staunch proponent of the healing power of story. Her goal in starting the MILF Podcast was to provide a safe forum for mothers to share their stories. As she so eloquently states, the healing power of story is essential, not only to the MILF Podcast, but to life. As we enter the New Year, Jennifer gives a genuine and heartfelt thank you to the audience and everyone in her life that have shared in her love. Cheers to 2019 and what lies ahead!</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "https://milfpodcast.com/nye18">https://milfpodcast.com/nye18</a></p>
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027 - One Podcast, One Family, One Meal with Catherine McCord
<p>Jennifer welcomes to the podcast, author, actor, former model, current entrepreneur and fellow mom, Catherine McCord. Catherine is the founder of Weelicious, a cooking blog turned lifestyle movement that has become popular amongst parents as a forum to discover wholesome, delicious, homemade food. Catherine is also the founder of One Potato, an organic home meal delivery kit service, focused on meeting the needs of families everywhere. As all moms know, it’s not always easy getting children to eat the right foods. Catherine is here to debunk that myth, showing that it’s not just possible, but plausible and fun!</p> <p>In this episode, Catherine shares her backstory, from former actor and model to current foodie and entrepreneur. Jennifer and Catherine discuss their common love of motherhood and all the worries and joys that come with it. Catherine chronicles the genesis of her company, Weelicious, and speaks to her upcoming projects, including her new book, <em>The Smoothie Project</em>. Jennifer and Catherine also discuss their personal family rules on technology, video games, and cell phones. Finally, Catherine touches on the incredible success of her new company, One Potato, and defines what success truly means to her.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/27" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/27</a></p>
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026 - You are You and That’s Enough with Jen Schwartz
<p>As we enter into the month of December, Jennifer announces her new initiative to donate to a different charity each month. How can listeners help? By reviewing the podcast, of course! This month, Jennifer will be donating $3 to the charity Every Mother Counts for every review written on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe and write a review. Jennifer welcomes to the show Jen Schwartz, founder of Motherhood Understood, a blog aimed at supporting mothers, teaching self-care, and promoting real, honest, and open conversations about the not-so-glamourous side of motherhood.</p> <p>In this episode, we talk about the emotional and physical toll that postpartum depression and anxiety can have on new mothers. In fact, one in seven new mothers experience mental health issues post-childbirth. Jen speaks openly about her journey through postpartum depression, from her diagnosis and treatment to how she is doing today. She recalls the moment she felt the need to start a forum of support and understanding for mothers everywhere. Through Motherhood Understood, Jen’s goal is to educate and prepare women for the emotional complications that sometimes accompany childbirth by creating a community of empathetic and compassionate mothers.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/22" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/26</a></p>
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025 - Let’s Get This Over With with Claudia Lonow
<p>Jennifer welcomes actor, comedian, and TV writer, Claudia Lonow. Her career began at the tender age of fifteen and, as a result, Claudia has lived most of her life in the limelight. As a result, she understands all too well the trials and triumphs of a career spent in show business. She is most known for her work as an actor on <em>Knots Landing</em> and as a writer/producer for <em>Rude Awakening, Accidentally on Purpose,</em> and, most recently, <em>I Feel Bad.</em></p> <p>In this episode, we talk all about Claudia’s background in acting, writing, and producing. Claudia discusses the difficulties she encountered throughout her career, including a particularly stagnant and long stretch of time that Claudia equated to wandering in the desert for fourteen years. According to Claudia, however, something incredible happens to her every fourteen years. Claudia discusses her passion for the arts and her experience sharing that passion with both her mother and daughter. Claudia takes us through her creative process when writing a TV show, from character development to emotional conflict and plot. She talks about her career influences, including the classic film, <em>Postcards from the Edge</em>. Finally, Jennifer and Claudia share their theories on hair, failure, and the importance of abiding by your own timetable.</p>
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024 - Skye’s the Limit with Ione Skye
<p class="p1">Jennifer welcomes author, artist, actor, and mother, Ione Skye. As the daughter of a singer-songwriter and a model, Ione grew up in the spotlight and eventually became an actor herself. She is most notably known for her roles in <em>Say Anything, Wayne’s World,</em> and <em>One Night Stand</em>. Ione is also mother to two beautiful daughters, Kate and Goldie, whom she speaks of glowingly.</p> <p class="p1">In this episode, Ione and Jennifer talk all things motherhood. They touch on topics ranging from teenage hormones and single motherhood to childhood anxiety and bedtime. Ione discusses her interesting upbringing and background. She was conceived in Scotland, born in England, grew up in Los Angeles and has had unique family dynamics throughout her life. Ione discusses her decision to leave school, become emancipated, and start her acting career at the tender age of 15. Her current projects include starring in the HBO dark comedy, <em>Camping</em>, and authoring multiple children’s books, including <em>My Yiddish Vacation</em></p>
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023 - Sexy Mother with Brooke Christian
<p>Brooke Christian is a brilliant, fun, and sexy entrepreneur who runs the successful Flirty Girl brand. Through her company, Brooke aims to improve the sex life of women everywhere by turning it from a chore into a pleasurable experience that women want to take part in. To quote her daughter, Brooke “makes other mommies feel really beautiful and helps mommies and daddies love each other more.” It really is as simple and beautiful as that. Brooke’s goal is to provide a voice to an entire generation of moms who feel they have lost their voice.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Brooke talk about sex and the importance of maintaining a healthy and satisfying sex life. They discuss the antiquated notion that motherhood and sexuality are mutually exclusive entities. Feeling sexy and being comfortable with that sexiness is something to which every woman should aspire. Brooke shares her own personal struggles with postpartum depression and bipolar disorder. She describes the toughest moments of her depression and how she has worked her way back to a healthy mental state, crediting her work as a form of therapy. Finally, Brooke reveals her sources of motivation to continue doing great work.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/23" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/23</a></p>
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022 - Everybody Plays with Aliza Murrieta
<p>Jennifer welcomes actor, comedy writer, improvisation teacher, friend, and fellow writer, Aliza Murrieta. Jennifer met Aliza years ago at Bang Comedy Theatre, an improv studio that Aliza and her husband used to operate. In addition to being a proprietor, Aliza served as a teacher, artistic director, and ran many of the theatrical shows. Wanting a place where everyone could truly feel welcome, Aliza made it a point to give each student the opportunity to participate in the offered improv sessions. Her mantra ‘Everybody Matters’ perfectly encapsulates this sentiment.</p> <p>In this episode, Aliza and Jennifer recall the story of how they met. Jennifer thanks Aliza profusely for giving her a theatre family at a point in her life where she really needed support. Aliza discusses the stress and difficulties of starting a small business around the same time she got pregnant with her first child. She discusses the complications that ensued from her first pregnancy and her familial history with rough pregnancies. Aliza touches on some of her latest projects, including television development, studio screenwriting, and writing two books: a children’s book and a novel. Finally, fellow writer Jennifer also shares a status update on the books she’s been working on so diligently.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/22" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/22</a></p>
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021 - Very Good Company with Heidi Rose Robbins
<p>Heidi Rose Robbins is an astrologer, poet, podcaster, wife, mother of two, and leader of Radiant Life Retreats. A friend of former MILF guest, Jules Blaine Davis, Heidi opened her home and shared her story with Jennifer. In her astrological practice, Heidi combines science with spiritual healing, helping individuals through major life transitions. She runs Radiant Life Retreats, where she performs astrological embodiments and helps women live more expressive and loving lives. Heidi’s new podcast, <em>The Radiance Project</em>, focuses on her loves of astrology, poetry, and very good company.</p> <p>In this episode, Heidi and Jennifer bond over their love of motherhood. They share their unique stories of how they became mothers and the physical and emotional joys and pains that continue to come with it. Heidi talks about her educational background and what originally inspired her to pursue a career in astrology. She talks about the importance of support and love in her marriage and family life. Finally, Heidi reads Jennifer’s sun, moon, and rising signs, giving her insights from an astrological perspective.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/21" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/21</a></p>
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020 - Meant to be Ours with Lisa Eicher
<p>Lisa Eicher is a full-time homeschool educator and mother of four beautiful children. Lisa’s story is truly a unique and fascinating one. After giving birth to her daughter Ace, Lisa and her husband Joey decided to investigate adopting their second child. From a very young age, Lisa knew she wanted to adopt, and she fulfilled this dream through Reece’s Rainbow, an adoption agency that advocates and finds families for orphans with Down Syndrome and other special needs. Today, Lisa has four children (two biological, two adopted), four three-legged dogs, two pot-bellied pigs, and one wonderfully hectic life!</p> <p>In this episode, Lisa and Jennifer discuss the incredible familial dynamic that comes with adopting two children with Down Syndrome. Lisa discusses the transitional period she and her family went through with each adoption and the impact this had on her biological children. Lisa credits her children’s maturity and kindness for the smooth transition. Lisa also discusses the artistic prowess of her adopted daughter, Sevy, whose paintings they now sell by the hundreds! Finally, Lisa and Jennifer discuss the importance of fostering relationships and finding the time to put work into a marriage.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/20" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/20</a></p>
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019 - Good Enough with Dr. Danika Zivot
<p>Jennifer welcomes longtime friend, Dr. Danika Zivot. Danika is an interactive marriage and family therapist with a unique and beautiful story. After getting married and starting a family, Danika balanced her personal and professional life while going back to school to get her doctorate in behavioral health. Today, Danika uses psychotherapy and coaching techniques to help patients in areas such as addiction, anxiety, lifestyle balance, parenting, relationships, and much more.</p> <p>In this episode, Danika and Jennifer talk all about fertility, infertility, and infertility treatments. Having personally struggled with this issue, Danika discusses the emotional and physical toll this took on her and her husband as they tried to get pregnant for the first time. Danika chronicles the process of searching for a surrogate, including an interesting story involving Jennifer. Finally, they discuss the difficulties of life as a woman, balancing work, motherhood, relationships, and self-care.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/19" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/19</a></p>
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018 - Wisdom of Your Body with Jules Blaine Davis
<p>Jules Blaine Davis is a mother of two and artist in many realms, including painting poetry, performing arts, movement, and meditation. She is also an author, a self-proclaimed awakener, advocate for women, activist and, most importantly, a kitchen healer. Jules utilizes the power of food and community to unite women across all backgrounds to live their most abundant lives. Jules’ interaction with these women, coupled with her belief that we all have a deep inner hunger for more, is what inspired her to become the kitchen healer.</p> <p>In this episode, Jules and Jennifer discuss the importance of deciphering the positive and negative entities in our lives and having the courage to say ‘yes’ to those that bring value to our lives and ‘no’ to those that do not align with our core beliefs. They talk in depth about life, loss, grief, death, and other topics that can sometimes make us feel uncomfortable. They identify the need to break free from the cycle of generations past and name these issues to confront them head-on through open and honest communication. We learn about what it means to live with an awareness that every moment is precious and to appreciate those moments. Finally, Jennifer and Jules discuss living a lifestyle ‘below the neck’ through movement and reconnection to the body’s oldest organ, the heart.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/18" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/18</a></p>
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017 - Hands Open with Claire Stansfield
<p>Jennifer welcomes Claire Stansfield to the show. Claire is an actor, director, fashion designer, former model, and current mother to two young boys, Lucky and Rocco. Born in London, raised in Toronto, and currently living in Los Angeles, Claire is certainly a worldly person. From globetrotting as a model to founding and eventually selling her own fashion line of clothing, Claire’s career truly is a highlight reel of incredible moments.</p> <p>In this episode, Claire and Jennifer discuss Claire’s acting and modeling career. They talk about her engagement to Duran Duran front man, Simon Le Bon and the public heartbreak that eventually ensued. Claire opens up about her struggles with miscarriages and her battle with cancer. Claire reflects on these struggles and talks about how they have produced some of the best outcomes; Claire has learned to slow down, work less, and appreciate family more. Finally, Claire tells the story of how a preschool auction turned into a dream job as a designer of one of the hottest restaurants in Los Angeles.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/17" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/17</a></p>
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016 - There Is More with Kelle Hampton
<p>Kelle Hampton is a mother, blogger, and author of the <em>New York Times</em> best-seller, <em>Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected,</em> which centers on the birth of her second daughter, Nella. Kelle’s story is an inspirational journey that perfectly captures the triumph of the human spirit. After giving birth to a daughter with Down Syndrome, Kelle’s world was forever changed. While this wasn’t what she planned for her life, Kelle realized that the happiness she found in her daughter Nella was more than enough for her.</p> <p>In this episode, Kelle and Jennifer discuss Nella’s birth story and the range of emotions Kelle felt during that week. Kelle discusses her family dynamic and the choice to celebrate Down Syndrome rather than hide or glorify it. Kelle recalls emotionally charged moments of motherhood and the transformation she went through personally throughout this journey. Finally, Jennifer and Kelle advocate for parents to start talking to their kids about Down Syndrome, dyslexia, and other topics that society has deemed taboo.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/16" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/16</a></p>
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015 - No Bras Allowed with Dr. Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz
<p>Jennifer Tracy welcomes to the podcast friend and physician, Dr. Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz. As an OBGYN, cancer survivor and advocate for women’s integrative health, Suzanne truly is an inspiration to women everywhere. Suzanne is a believer that women can improve their lives and relationships at home and with one another with optimal health in mind, body, and spirit. Her mission is to empower and support women of all ages through health, self-care and community.</p> <p>In this episode, Jennifer and Suzanne talk about self-care and its importance to overall health and wellness. Suzanne opens up about her battle with cancer and the personal freedom she felt once she went through successful treatment and began recovery. They talk about the lies and misrepresentations that the media try to sell to women. Suzanne defines the self-coined term “toxic aspiration,” and how it aptly fits into the misleading nature of social media culture. Jennifer shares a personal story of how Suzanne helped guide her out of the depressive state she fell into for years. Finally, Jennifer and Suzanne discuss wellness retreats, sex, cannabis, and much more! </p> <p>Full show notes: <a href="http://milfpodcast.com/15" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">http://milfpodcast.com/15</a></p>
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014 - Asshole Toddlers Make for Good Memes with Kelly Hoover Greenway
<p>Kelly Hoover Greenway is a TV producer, writer, and mother of two who loves memes and dismantling the patriarchy. After her husband John was diagnosed with brain cancer in February of 2016, Kelly’s world was forever changed. Over the course of the next two years, while John underwent treatment, Kelly found the courage and strength to care for her husband, raise two sons, work a full-time job in Development Production, and start a parenting blog entitled <em>Mommy Dearest Inc.</em> </p> <p>In this episode, Kelly opens up about her husband John’s two-year long battle with brain cancer and the affect it had on her and her two young boys, Cooper and Griffin. Kelly talks about navigating this sensitive topic with her children as well as well-intentioned friends and family. She touches on her career in Television Development and Production and how work provided a much needed break from the daily stress she was experiencing in her home life. Finally, Kelly discusses her blog, which chronicles the absurdities of parenthood with wit, satires and plenty of memes!</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/14">http://milfpodcast.com/14</a></p>
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013 - Anxiety, Orgasms, and Downward Dogs with Claire Bidwell Smith
<p>Claire Bidwell Smith has been through more than most people can even imagine. After losing both parents to cancer at a young age, Claire struggled with grief, anxiety, and depression for years before discovering her calling as a grief therapist. Today, Claire has a beautiful blended family and is a successful author of three books focusing on her experiences with grief and death. Claire has made it her mission to educate the masses about grief and loss and to change the culture of how society understands and views death. Her new book, <em>Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief,</em> covers these topics and provides coping mechanisms for anyone struggling as she once did.</p> <p>In this episode, Claire and Jennifer share personal stories of how anxiety and depression have affected their lives. Claire discusses her painful past and reveals that she is grateful for those experiences because they helped shape the person she is today. She talks about the role technology has played in societal anxiety, especially in children. Finally, Claire discusses her unique family dynamic and how, at times, it can be both a blessing and a struggle.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/13">http://milfpodcast.com/13</a></p>
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012 - The Truth About Truth with Elly Johnson
<p>Elly Johnson’s story is truly amazing. She is an author, entrepreneur, and Australia’s leading truth and lies communication expert. She uses her expertise in truth, trust, and deception to transform the way people and organizations search for, and ultimately discover, the truth. A former police officer, Elly fully embraced becoming a “truth expert” after realizing there were striking similarities when searching for truth. Whether the goal is to solve a crime, hire the right candidate, or enter a new relationship, the search for truth is vital.</p> <p>In this episode, we talk about truth and the role it plays in relationships, business, and everyday life. Elly dissects the psychology of lying and how many of us may not even realize how much we habitually lie. Elly discusses the goal of her company, Truth Ability, and explains her own five pillars of truth. She discusses her own relationships, both past and present, and the importance that genuine trust plays in building strong relationships. Finally, Elly implores us all to become the best versions of ourselves, regardless of who we may disappoint along the way.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/12">http://milfpodcast.com/12</a></p>
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011 - The Amish Got it Right with Kathryn Hahn
<p>Kathryn Hahn is one of the hardest working and funniest women in show business. A comedian and actor, Kathryn is best known for her roles in <em>Bad Moms</em>, <em>Tomorrowland</em>, <em>We’re the Millers</em>, and <em>Step Brothers</em>. Kathryn is also a mother to two children, her son Leonard and daughter Mae. Kathryn describes herself as an “extroverted introvert” and loves nothing more than curling up with a good book.</p> <p>In this episode, Kathryn talks about her family life and maintaining a healthy work/life balance. She debunks the notion of “having it all.” Kathryn reveals what it was like to be in the throes of postpartum anxiety and how she eventually leveled off. Jennifer and Kathryn share their own parenting techniques ranging from discussing religion to simply spending time with their children. Finally, Kathryn shares some of her latest projects, including a Netflix movie, a pilot for HBO called <em>Mrs. Fletcher</em>, based on the bestselling novel by <em>The Leftovers</em> author, Tom Perrota, and a children’s book she recently wrote in collaboration with her daughter, Mae, called <em>My Wish for You: Lessons from My Six Year Old Daughter (Pre-order: scholastic.com; available everywhere September 25).</em></p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/11">http://milfpodcast.com/11</a></p>
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010 - Getting ‘Kinky’ with Blair Goldberg
<p>Blair Goldberg is a woman of many talents. A Broadway actor by trade, she can sing, act and improv rap all while raising a three-year old and keeping her relationship with her husband spicy. A true Broadway baby, Blair began her career at the tender age of nine and has hardly skipped a beat. She and her husband currently live in New York City with their beautiful daughter, Lyla. Blair is currently appearing in the hit Broadway musical <em>Kinky Boots</em>.</p> <p>In this episode, Blair talks about the unique experiences she encountered growing up as a child actor on Broadway. Now 29, Blair describes herself as a young and energetic mother who feels more alive personally and sexually. She tells the wildly interesting story of how she met her husband, Adam. Blair even showcases her improvisational rap skills! Finally, she touches on the ups and downs of motherhood in New York City and the support group of women she discovered along the way. NYC mothers unite!</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/10">http://milfpodcast.com/10</a></p>
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009 - My Porn Name is Better Than Yours with Marni Finkel
<p>Jennifer Tracy welcomes one of her close friends as a guest this week. As a small business owner, fashion expert, entrepreneur, and mother of three, Marni Finkel truly is a modern-day Renaissance woman. With experience in entertainment and fashion design, Marni followed her passion and launched her own business, Wilkens Studio, selling handcrafted, modern jewelry. Today, Marni is a proud mother of three and successful entrepreneur—and she does it all while maintaining her perfect Pantene hair!</p> <p>In this episode, we delve deep into Marni’s life and what made her the woman she is today. We talk about her life pre-children and the struggles early in her marriage. Marni tells us what it’s like to go through three different and unique pregnancies, all with their own problems and solutions. She reveals what it’s like to be in the throes of postpartum anxiety and how she made it to the other side. Marni also shares the story of her business, from the discovery of her love for crafting handmade jewelry to the difficulty of creating a social media presence. Marni tells us how passionate she is about the process of creating jewelry, and how she shares that passion with her father-in-law and all the people at the Tucson Gem Show, where she can gawk at turquoise beads as far as the eye can see.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/9">http://milfpodcast.com/9</a></p>
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008 - Wild Hearts and Crotchless Panties with Christina Grance
<p>Christina Grance shares a special connection with Jennifer Tracy: she was actually Jennifer’s first pole dancing teacher! Christina teaches women empowerment through pole dancing and has even created her own lingerie line, Serpent Lane. The goal of her business is to make women feel sexy for themselves and not others. In addition to being a businesswoman and instructor, she is also an actor, writer, dreamer, and a proud feminist.</p> <p>In this episode, we talk about the empowering effects of pole dancing for women as individuals and the type of bond it creates amongst women. We also talk about wearing lingerie to make you feel good and not anybody else, as Christina speaks about the mission of her lingerie business, Serpent Lane. Christina explains how she became involved with pole dancing, how it gave her a voice, and how it affected her outside of the classroom. She also speaks about her pregnancy and her at-home birth, as well as the best thing for people to say to expecting mothers.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/8">http://milfpodcast.com/8</a></p>
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007 - Defining Your Family with Sara Lamm
<p>Sara Lamm is a Los Angeles-based documentary filmmaker and mother of two known for her films, <em>Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox, Gigantic, Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and The Farm Midwives,</em> and her most recent film, <em>Thank You for Coming.</em> She was inspired to film <em>Thank You for Coming</em> at 29 after finding out her biological father was a sperm donor. As a child of divorce and after losing her mother at 10 years old, Sara felt determined to find out who her father is and to answer questions about love and family.</p> <p>In this episode, we talk about her latest film, <em>Thank You for Coming,</em> about her journey to find her biological father. Currently, Sara is working to get the film to a theater near you soon. We discuss the definitions of love and delve into the topic of what binds family together; whether it’s DNA or another factor. We also ask questions about family and how we make sense of our relationships, commitments, and vows and what it means to have connections. In her journey of reflection, Sara deduces the key to family isn’t biology and she explains why.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/7">http://milfpodcast.com/7</a></p>
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006 - Building a Fashion Empire with B. Akerlund
<p>B. Akerlund is a fashion activist from Sweden who started out as a stylist for low budget movies, photoshoots, and small projects and has worked her way up to becoming a world-renowned stylist. However, she calls herself a fashion activist rather than a stylist because she fights for fashion. She has worked with a star-studded list of clients, including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Ghost, Katy Perry, Madonna, Fergie, Icona Pop, Coldplay, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, and more. B. is known for her over the top and eccentric style, which has greatly influenced the fashion industry.</p> <p>In this episode, we talk about B.’s childhood moving from Sweden to Beverly Hills, what it was like growing up, where her love for fashion originated, and becoming independent from an early age. B. states being pregnant with twins was the most surreal feeling of her life because growing up as an only child, she always wished that she had a twin. She also speaks about her experience going on tour with Madonna while pregnant and making the decision to take time off to be conscious about her pregnancy, as well as about the unspoken truths of C-section recovery. B. emphasizes the happiness she feels being a mother to twins and how she handles balancing her dedication to her work, kids, and marriage.  </p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/6">http://milfpodcast.com/6</a></p>
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005 - Don’t Make Me Drive a Minivan! - Redefining Motherhood with Alaine Kashian
<p>Alaine Kashian is an actress, singer, and dancer. She is known for her work on <em>The Nevermore Chronicles, Carmen Sandiego’s Great Chase Through Time,</em> and <em>Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego.</em> After graduating from NYU, Alaine performed the musical, <em>Cats.</em> Currently, Alaine works as a life coach and fitness coach while being a single mother to two boys. As a life coach, Alaine believes in the power of taking risks to build up confidence in yourself.  </p> <p>In this episode, we talk about sex, the power of what you tell yourself and how to lean into that fear instead of scooting away from it, and Alaine’s Broadway career amongst other things. Alaine speaks about how she overcame her insecurity of singing and dancing and how building her self-esteem and confidence helped her book more and more tours. She explains what changed her mind about the fear of pregnancy and motherhood and what her pregnancy was like. Women’s empowerment and teaching her children through leading by example are important to Alaine. She notes that you don’t need to be validated by other people to know yourself and who you are.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/5">http://milfpodcast.com/5</a></p>
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004 - The Truth About Being Honest with Nanci “Candy Girard” Katz
<p>Nanci Katz is a writer who graduated from the American Film Institute and has written for ABC and Lionsgate Entertainment, along with other smaller projects. After taking a hiatus to raise three kids, Nanci was invited to be part of the Writers Lab in 2016, which is supported by Meryl Streep and Oprah Winfrey. Working with a writing partner, Cylin Busby, their comedy/horror script, <em>Rebecca and Quinn Get Scared</em> was a semifinalist in Bluecat and Script Pipeline as well as a finalist in the 2017 Austin Film Festival. Currently, Nanci is back on writing and is working on three projects.</p> <p>In this episode, Nanci talks about her experience with postpartum depression, anxiety, and the self-doubt and insecurity she felt while raising her son. She also talks about creating a platform to talk about postpartum depression so that more people are educated about it and the unspoken difficulties of being a new mother. Nanci opens up about dealing with her eating disorder throughout her teens and young adulthood, which was linked to the stress she personally dealt with of “fitting into the role you’re supposed to fit in.” In expressing her fear of disappointment, Nanci sought help and was eventually able to come to terms with herself, express her true emotions, and recognize her self-worth.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/4">http://milfpodcast.com/4</a></p>
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003 Anna Waronker: The Rockstar MILF
<p>Anna Waronker is a singer/songwriter, composer, producer, and the frontwoman for the band, That Dog. After working with That Dog, Anna continued to work on her solo career and founded the record company, “Five Foot Two Records.” She also composed and scored for various film and TV shows including <em>Josie and the Pussycats, Dawson’s Creek, and Clueless</em> (1996-1999)<em>.</em> In addition, she has provided guest vocals for Say Anything, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Fun. Alongside her sister-in-law, Charlotte Caffey, Anna worked on <em>Lovelace: A Rock Musical</em> in 2008<em>.</em>   </p> <p>In this episode, we discuss Anna’s career in That Dog, her music videos, the evolution of her music genre, and experimenting with her music taste. Anna speaks about finding her own identity and working on her solo career as well as how it felt pushing herself outside her comfort zone while struggling with anxiety as a performer and dealing with panic attacks. She speaks of working with her sister-in-law on the rock opera dedicated to Linda Lovelace as well as the parallels between Linda and Anna. Anna reveals how it felt dealing with her son’s life-threatening disease and talks about compartmentalizing while being a parent, her parenting journey, and parenting out of the box.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/3">http://milfpodcast.com/3</a></p>
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002 Tanya Scheer - Sparky Starfighter Wins!
<p>Tanya is a single mother, currently writing for TV and living in Los Angeles with her daughter and their dog, Wally. She wrote and hosted Lifetime’s <em>Celebrity Buzz</em> and has written for numerous networks including Nickelodeon, A&E, Comedy Central, and Lifetime<em>.</em> She is also a founding member of the improv groups, “The Last Women on Earth” and “Transformerz.” In addition, she has written the book, <em>How to Raise an Amazing Child without Getting Upstaged.”  </em>  </p> <p>In this episode, Tanya talks candidly about her struggle with bipolar disorder, meds, and early menopause. She speaks about her experience living in West Seattle, her experience with separation after 13 years of marriage, and dealing with sobriety all while raising her daughter. Also, she openly speaks about the problems within her marriage, including gaslighting, and how she worked to deal with them to become a stronger, better person.</p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/2">http://milfpodcast.com/2</a></p>
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001 Sabrina Weisz - Motherhood, Pregnancy Loss, and Hot Baby-making Sex
<p>Sabrina Weisz is a mother of two, working as a voice-over actress and a writer. She is known for her roles in <em>3%, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir,</em> and <em>Bottle Fairy</em>. In this episode, Sabrina talks about being happily married while navigating the world of being a mother to two teenagers and finding time to pursue her creative endeavors. She also delves deep into her experience with pregnancy loss and postpartum depression, and how she overcame those struggles through the love and support of her husband, her friends, and even herself. Her strong relationship with her husband, Ezra is one to admire. She reveals the keys to a successful marriage—communication and cherishing your significant other.   </p> <p>Full show notes: <a href= "http://milfpodcast.com/1">http://milfpodcast.com/1</a></p>
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000 Introducing the MILF Podcast
<p>Jennifer Tracy interviews moms she admires about how they straddle the jobs of motherhood, entrepreneurship, and womanhood in general. These moms are breaking the molds of motherhood past and trailblazing a new path for us to follow.</p> <p><a href= "https://milfpodcast.com">https://milfpodcast.com</a></p>
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