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Best Iffy Chukwu podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Iffy Chukwu podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A sweet mother. The mum who puts the cereal box in the fridge and the milk in the cupboard. The mum who longs to be meaningfully connected to herself and her family. The mum who loves God. The mum who doesn't have all the answers. The mum who hears the voice of guilt. Most of all, the sweet mother is doing an amazing job better than she even thinks! Join Iffy Chukwu, a mother of four, children's author and a Nigerian mum in London, as she provides "nod along" moments, while unpacking what re ...
 
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Gratitude is a powerful tool for finding joy, happiness, peace and success in many areas of our lives. In this QUICK TALK, I talk about what I'm grateful for everyday and how gratitude makes me see life. I also share one simple way we can incorporate gratitude into our everyday lives, to connect better family, friends, business, jobs and to God. Fo…
 
This week in the guest chair, we have Detola Amure. Founder of Super Working Mum (SWM), an organisation dedicated to helping Christian mums who are overwhelmed, maximise their time so that they can manifest their God-given dreams. This amazing wife and mother is also a Productivity and Transformational Coach, Mentor, Author and International Speake…
 
On today's episode, I discuss mummy guilt and how people's expectations of us is the topmost reason we are burdened with guilt. I shared how terrible I felt when my daughter had her first tooth at 22 months! I also highlighted how some mums feel when they have a C-section. I don't know why, but as a Nigerian mum, I've heard people asking this quest…
 
As a mum of four, whenever my child was starting a new school, I felt quite anxious. In today's episode, I share five concerns that mothers/parents have when their child is about to start BIG school or a new school altogether. I also share tips of how you can remain calm and confident in this new phase of your child's life. Thank you for listening.…
 
Today in the guest chair, we have Chinyere Erharuyi but I call her Extraordinary Chichi. She's an amazing mum of two, who lives in the UK. She shares her journey and the battle she faced with infertility, the stigma attached to it, her complicated pregnancy, the doctors’ death sentence and much more! The song she sang at the 23rd minute brought it …
 
I did not plan to take a break from podcasting but one thing led into another and time just flew by. As a mum of four, I had a lot to sort out before the holiday. Thanks to those who sent me emails asking if I was okay. I was touched. In today's Voicenote, I talk about KidStoryTime with Iffy, my other YouTube channel. Here is the link KidStoryTime …
 
Today, we are back with another Voice Note, responding to a question I saw online- Is Motherhood Overrated? I decided to share my views here. As a mom/mum/mamma/parent/carer or if you are an amazing listener, what do you think? These Sweet Mother Voice Notes are ways of sharing my thoughts, observations and experiences in nuggets. Listen on Apple P…
 
On today’s episode, we learn how Phinnah Chichi Ikeji, mother of four and an accountant found her passion in coaching and mentoring today’s teenagers. We also dive into the recent increase in knife crime among teenagers (boys) in London, social devices and boundaries , talking to your teens about sex and African parents and their teenagers in the d…
 
This week, Iffy records a little voice note and shares her reaction to the news about a 73 year old Nigerian nanny sentenced to jail in the U.S for force feeding a baby under her care. Force feeding is an ancient practice. But I wouldn't say common, especially in 2019. Forcing a baby to eat against their will, especially when the baby is positioned…
 
On today’s episode, we sit down with Izzy, my ten year old daughter, to talk about some of her favourite things. She excites us with what she calls a Nigerian accent and shares her take on bullying and making friends in a new school. On a personal note, I’ve realised that bonding meaningfully with our kids, whether young or old is one of the keys t…
 
Voice Notes - From time to time, ‘Sweet Mother’ host Iffy Chukwu will record short audios that just can’t wait until the next episode. It’ll be a place to share an observation or a thought. Basically to get connected and touch base. In this bonus episode, Iffy shares a book recommendation. Show Notes Heart & Hustle, written and narrated (in audible…
 
Can you imagine waking up very early tomorrow morning, like, actually getting out of bed, one or two hours before your usual waking up time? Are you panicking at the thought? Are you thinking, “Well, I’m not an early morning person” “I work through the night so that’s impossible.” “I’m up at night cleaning the mess in my house.” “I always catch up …
 
Dear Friends, today I’m introducing you to my amazing, fabulicious mother! My mum is a rare gem. A mother of four (all girls...beg your pardon...all ladies!) Grandma to fourteen! (I doubt if there’s anymore on the way!) Lol! She was married for about 5 years. Became a widow at age 34. She’s been a nurse for over 35 years and specifically a senior m…
 
Hello and welcome to Sweet Mother podcast. Thank you for tuning in. I’m your host, Iffy Chukwu, and this is an introduction to the podcast. In this episode, I'll tell you who I am, why I created this podcast, what my goals for it are, and what you should expect from listening to it. Show Notes My name is Iffy Chukwu, mum of four, a children’s autho…
 
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