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A woman’s journey through breast cancer and chemotherapy is often shrouded in mystery. What happens after I’m diagnosed? What toll will this take on me mentally and physically? What is Chemo really like? How can I surround myself with other inspiring women throughout this process? In Chemo Stories, Tina Zaremba seeks out those answers, and invites you to process them with her. Chemo Stories is a heartbreakingly honest, up close and personal account of a woman’s battle with breast cancer. Wit ...
 
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Today’s guest is money expert Rachel Cruze. She’s daughter of the legendary Dave Ramsey (“I’m debt FREEEEEEE!!!!!!”), three time author, speaker, money educator, and mom of three under the age of 5! We’re chatting about her upbringing, her own tendencies towards money, how she’s teaching her kids to have financial literacy and peace, and her new bo…
 
As hard as 2020 has been, I have seen significant growth in myself and my family as we have strived to adapt to this very different year. I’m proud to say that where negative thoughts began, some really beautiful clarifying thoughts emerged. Today I’m sharing with you three of my biggest lessons I’ve learned in 2020 and I’m throwing in some Christm…
 
My guest today is a repeat. It’s Charity Lighten, and the last time we spoke she was caring for her husband who was suffering from cancer. Dan passed away in the summer of 2019, and since then, Charity has continued to navigated the waters of loss, finding her purpose again, finding new love, and more! She spills it all today. It was so wonderful c…
 
We started a new tradition in our home for Giving Tuesday. I gave each of my kids $20 and then presented them with 7 options for donating to different organizations. It was so cool to discuss these various options and ultimately they got to decide how they wanted to donate. You can email you the Powerpoint I made. For the Individual contact info: R…
 
At this time of year when everyone is sharing how grateful they are, we can respond one of two ways: We love and are grateful for the blessings of others. We learn more about our fellow man through their gratitude. It can be a massive shift from the negativity that bombards our social media, and uplift our feeds! We might be in a hard space, and se…
 
My guest today is Tiffany Huff-Strothers. Tiffany Huff-Strothers is a Wife, Mother and woman of faith. She was called to minister and mentor women and passionate about helping women reinvent themselves following their worst setbacks, find their voices and build businesses with their stories, after she left an abusive relationship after being shot b…
 
My son Parker had to do a multimedia project for his 5th grade class. He wrote a story and then had to present it in a multimedia medium. He is my son after all, so he chose to create a podcast. So we interrupt the mom topic episodes with this two-minute podcast from my son Parker called “The Universes Collide.” We will return to regular programing…
 
My guest today is the extraordinary Holly Christine Hayes. Holly has a really unique starting with getting into an abusive relationship in her teens and then eventually that evolved into being trafficked by her abuser. She is celebrating 20 years of breaking free from that life, and she’s sharing about her experience being trafficked, how she got o…
 
Today my guest is Tina Zaremba. She’s a mother to Jack, voiceover actor, and a breast cancer survivor! Today we’re covering the full gambit talking about her career, her son’s experience with dyslexia, virtual learning, and her experience battling breast cancer. She’s a powerhouse who is full of wisdom! Show Notes: https://www.chemostories.com http…
 
A lot has happened in the 4.5 years I’ve been podcasting. We’ve had some in remission from cancer who had cancer return, we had some survive even harder challenges than they spoke of on the show, and some who left this earth shortly after recording. There are a few episodes I wanted to highlight today that are in the archives that you may be intere…
 
Today my guest is the extraordinary mom and Cystic Fibrosis warrior Mandie Sherman. We talk about her health journey with Cystic Fibrosis, how her parents helped her to shape her narrative of having this disease, how motherhood happened for her (against doctors’ advisement), and most importantly, what it’s like to live with terminal disease during …
 
If you’re feeling like your life is in disarray and you are constantly overbooked or stressed about fitting in all your to-dos, this episode is for you. Toni–Ann Mayembe is a wife, mother, dentist, reservist in the Navy, and owner of her online business Real Happy Mom (with her blog and podcast) More about Toni–Ann here. We’re chatting about what h…
 
Hi Friends - Happy Thursday. Today I'm introducing you to my dear and talented friend, Sherri Pullum, founder of Pullum Productions. I asked Sherri to be my guest since she will be moderating an upcoming conversation on VO Stories titled "Racism in Voice Overs and Beyond". I feel you should get to know her and hear her intention - both for the epis…
 
1 in 4 women experience a miscarriage, and yet there’s no playbook for how to get through a pregnancy loss, how to grieve, how to talk about it, etc… It’s an incredibly isolating experience, and yet it’s so common. So my guest today Daisha Johnson is sharing her own experience of having 5 miscarriages, in addition to having 8 children. Those losses…
 
Prior to her diagnosis, Tina was literally seeing signs to get checked for breast cancer. She saw a slew of “get your mammogram” signs plastered all over the NYC subway on her morning commute. After dropping her son off at camp she saw another sign, this time on the back of an old phone booth. “Get your mammogram.”…
 
In part 2 of episode 1, Tina processes the dreaded call from her doctor. The lump in her breast was cancer. Early stage, but still cancer. Now what? Tina explores the struggle of telling family and friends, and the flood of responses that come with sharing this kind of news, some of which were well-intentioned, and some a little tone-deaf and obliv…
 
Tina openly ruminates on her biggest fear: Am I strong enough for this? She begins to examine everything about herself, things she didn't even know existed. What does it mean to be strong? She doesn’t feel strong. But why? Tina digs into her childhood, remembering all of the mixed messages she received as a woman. Do these messages early on affect …
 
How do you even begin to prepare for Chemotherapy? How do you keep your mind and body as healthy and trauma free as possible during the process? Tina gives tips on some of the more practical and natural alternatives that have been making the process of preparing for Chemotherapy smoother, including “microblading” her eyebrows, creating a “hair halo…
 
With one week left to go until her Chemotherapy begins, Tina continues to dive deep into alternative, holistic ways to prepare, including medical qigong and acupuncture. In this episode, Tina hilariously retells the story of participating in a unique exercise class, which tests the benefits of exercise on women going through Chemo. Let’s just say i…
 
The day finally came. Chemotherapy Round 1. For those wondering what the first day is like, Tina gives a play-by-play: What is the process? How long does it last? What exactly do the doctors and nurses do? What can you do to stay calm? https://www.mskcc.org Sandy Ames HypnotherapyBy Tina
 
Chemotherapy can wreak havoc on your body, but what does it do to your mind? If you’re someone who naturally craves control, what happens when you’re suddenly placed in a situation where you have absolutely no control? In episode 6, Tina reflects on the mental impact of Chemo and breast cancer, openly discussing her “inner demons.”…
 
In episode 7, Tina shares the best advice she received from another survivor and how it prompted her to dig deeply into herself. She also continues her quest for alternative medicine with a visit to a “medical intuitive,” who opened Tina’s eyes to the struggles of the women in her lineage, as well as the power of her own voice.…
 
In this week’s episode, Tina talks about the need to “find the funny,” even when it’s downright terrifying. Tina shares some of the strangest/funniest realizations she’s made along this journey, including a moment out in public where she realizes she may no longer have a filter. Tina also shares some of the podcasts, t.v. shows, books and music tha…
 
What is “Chemo fever”? And what can I expect to happen if I get it after a round of treatment? In this episode, Tina describes a bout with “Chemo fever” that lands her in the emergency room. Like many other times during her journey, this experience reveals the goodness in people – in this case, a good friend who doesn’t leave her side.…
 
Tina discusses the strength of female friendship, and shares stories of all the strong “warrior” women who have shown up for her in different ways throughout the Chemo process. For those going through Chemo, or those wondering where to look for support and tips along the way, Tina shares her recommendations. Resources: In Kind Space Manhattan Birth…
 
Five months out of treatment, Tina describes life after Chemotherapy, and a completely unpredictable twist to her story—a global pandemic. Just as she thought she was ready to begin healing, Tina, along with the rest of the world, is now in quarantine. Oddly enough, she realizes that going through breast cancer and Chemotherapy truly can prepare yo…
 
Today I’m bringing you up to speed on my life since we haven’t chatted in a while. I’m sharing about my pregnancy, how I felt about the gender, how school is going, and my favorite recent reads. This Show is Sponsored by… “Will you Be My Friend” is the second book (25 years later) following the beloved “Guess How much I love you.” Little Nutbrown H…
 
My guest today is Marielle Melling. We are going to be discussing how to talk to your kids about health education and pornography. It’s a vital topic that needs to be covered in every home, and yet so many of us feel embarrassed or ill-equipped to talk to our kids about this topic. Her work is so important and she really helps you feel more comfort…
 
Hi friends! Happy Thursday! VO Stories is back! This episode was recorded back in May, but this episode is still so relevant in these strange times of COVID. I'm talking with the down-to-earth and super smart Marc Scott, voice over talent and founder of the VO-preneur. As you listen to this episode ask yourself these questions: 1. How am I adapting…
 
Lisa Qualls is the mom of 12 through birth and adoption, and the co-host of The Adoption Connection Podcast. Lisa has co-written a new book The Connected Parent with the late renowned child psychologist Dr. Karyn Purvis – her final written work. The Connected Parent includes insights from Dr. Purvis’ decades of renowned clinical research devoted to…
 
Today my guest is Lila Francese. After losing her sister to cancer, Lila took over a significant mothering role to her nephew, in addition to being a mom to her own daughter. We’re talking all about her relationship with her sister, why she took on such an intimate caretaking role, and what she’s learned along the way. It’s a beautiful story about …
 
Today is for all the boy moms out there (or if you are curious about how boy moms feel or might differ from you:)). Monica Swanson takes pride in being a boy mom and as a fellow boy mom, we had a great chat about what it means to be a boy mom, how we’re trying to raise strong young men, etc… It’s a super fun and insightful conversation. So excited …
 
How are you feeling about the school year so far? While we are all experiencing our own specific challenges when it comes to schooling our kids this year due to Covid-19, I wanted to give you one more resource to really help you feel like you can help your kids (and yourself) be successful during this unprecedented time. Anne Cross is a homeschool …
 
In The 6 Needs of Every Child: Empowering Parents and Kids through the Science of Connection, Amy Olrick and her husband invite parents to stop treating parenting as a job, and to instead embrace it as a journey. They draw from psychological research, neuroscience, and their own stories as parents to identify 6 relational needs for human growth tha…
 
Today my guest is Elisa Morgan. Elisa is the former President of MOPS, and an incredible mom. Growing up in a family of divorce and then living through her mom’s alcoholism, she dreamed of having the “perfect family.” While she did end up marrying her prince of 41 years, they also had their share of challenges in the form of her daughter’s teenage …
 
Today my guest is Janine Reid, mom of three, including a son with an inoperable brain tumor. Janine has been through a lot in her life and she reflects on the lessons she’s learned throughout her life and how it has transformed her motherhood journey. She’s such a warrior for her kids and now she’s written a book to share more about her struggles, …
 
Today my guest is Dr. Heather Maguire, educational psychology professor and mom of two. She also founded Prism Behavior, which helps parents deal with behavior issues with their kids. I love her approach and we cover a lot of practical examples that we both are facing in our homes. Show Notes: Check out www.prismbehavior.com Free Parenting Guide: h…
 
Erin Weidemann is the founder of Truth Becomes Her, a brand that equips moms and women with resources to help them step into their unique leadership roles. A sought-after homeschool consultant, certified teacher, coach, and nationally-recognized speaker, Erin’s personal mission is to shift the conversation around feminine values from being beauty-d…
 
My guest today is founder of Routine and Things, Ashley Brown. I LOVE ASHLEY! We think so similarly about our pursuit to live a productive, thriving life, and she has created a whole business around it. She is a master at honing in on routines that work and is the first to say that if a routine isn’t working, something has to change! She’s amazing …
 
My guest today is Alex Evjen. She’s an incredible single mom with two kids. After an unexpected divorce, her identity and worth felt shaken. She never dreamed this would be her reality, but Alex bravely picked up the pieces, took a full-time job, and started to own her power. She’s a power house and it was so inspiring hearing her story today. Show…
 
I really enjoy going to therapy. I don’t always go consistently, but I have found that in addition to my anxiety medication, going into see my therapist every 2-3 months really helps me stay on top of current challenges and sharpen my tools. I had a phone call appointment with him last week given the current pandemic and it was just what I needed. …
 
Hi friends! Happy Thursday! Here's something I've been thinking about lately (and I know we're probably all doing A LOT of thinking in quarantine): redo's. If you think we need a redo in 2020, I should tell you about my 2019. So...with a little hesitation...here goes. In this week's episode of VO Stories- I get real and share how my own personal pa…
 
Caitlin Crosby and I are chatting all about her incredible company, the Giving Keys, her new book, and her motherhood journey. She’s raw, positive, self-aware, and we have the best chat! Show Notes: Here’s a sample of the audio book to get you started!: https://soundcloud.com/harperaudio_us/you-are-the-key-by-caitlin-crosby-chapter-one Insta: https…
 
Today my guest is Halle Tecco. Halle’s company Natalist is committed to helping women in their fertility journey. She also personally struggled with infertility and we talk about that and all she has learned along that path. Show Notes: Check out Natalist.com This Show is Sponsored by…. Do you ever struggle with finding toys for the little one in y…
 
Hi friends! Happy Thursday! Wait - it is Thursday right? Today, I've got on a great guest for you. If you don't know him, you should! His name is J. Michael Collins. He's been at voiceovers for over 25 years, so he was the perfect person to talk to about how to navigate being a voiceover talent during this strange time. Many of you have questions -…
 
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