EPISODE 08: On Being and Growing in Motherhood with Jill Snell
Welcome to Episode 8 of the Streamlined Motherhood Podcast! In this episode, I share a dynamic conversation I had with Jill Snell, founder of House of Huckleberry magazine. We chat about her motherhood journey, the way she gets so fired up about community and including people of all abilities, and a particularly helpful analogy she uses to navigate the balance of being a working mom. I know you all are going to love her and all of her wisdom as much as I do, and I have to say this was one of the best conversations I’ve had on motherhood and creative work in a quite awhile.
In this Episode
Jill shares her motherhood journey, how it has shaped her views on life, work, and balance
We chat about her long-term vision for a community in which everyone, of all abilities and backgrounds, would feel welcomed.
She shares a particular experience in Target that changed her path and showed her how there is still a need for education and community surrounding families with differently-abled children.
We talk about the lessons we’ve both learned in motherhood and how we’ve been shaped by them.
She also shares an analogy for that elusive work-life balance that’s a game changer.
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