Episode 5: Lori's Miracle Baby


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In this episode, my guest Lori opens up about having a challenging pregnancy and unexpected cesarian, the relief she felt when switching from exclusively breastfeeding to formula feeding instead, and dealing with her son's speech delay. She also describes her transition from being a new unsure mom to feeling more grounded and confident, despite pressures from the ever present “mommie wars” around her.


Lori Rochino is based in the greater Philadelphia area where she lives with her family. Her work has appeared in both local and national outlets, such as SUCCESS, Huffington Post, YFS Magazine and Examiner. She’s the author of Fifty Shades of Simple: How to Prioritize in the Age of Information Overload and host of The Simply Designed Life Podcast Series. As a Declutter Coach she helps empower women entrepreneurs overwhelmed with physical clutter in business and life by organizing them from the inside and out.

Her website is www.lorirochino.com. Follow her @LoriRochino on Twitter and Instagram.

*** Special Musical Shout Out: Flight of the Conchords, "Business Time"

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