Sometimes it can seem impossible to juggle motherhood and entrepreneurship.
Especially if you are pregnant and wanting to launch before your baby arrives. What it told you that you can be awesome in your business and at home as a mom. But you have to get help!
Too many times moms feel like they have to walk around in a cape and do everything themselves. But we are not meant to do this alone.
That’s why I’ve got my guest today, Cait Scudder. In this episode Cait shares:
- Her story of going from a private school teacher to an entrepreneur (and wasn’t an overnight success)
- How she was pregnant and manage to have a half-million-dollar launch before giving birth
- The things that she did in her business to ensure success without having to work more
- Why moms aren’t getting the support that they need
Check out the full episode learn how to ditch the guilt and get the support you need now.
Cait Scudder is a TEDx speaker, internationally recognized success expert, and multi 6-figure business coach. Her mission is to empower one million driven, bold-hearted women to tap into their genius and create profitable, purpose-driven businesses that change the world. Cait’s work has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Thrive Global, among several other publications. She is the host of the Born to Rise podcast and free Facebook community for female entrepreneurs, The Radiant Entrepreneur.
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Episodes in the Mompreneur Series
Episode 131 with Tiffany Huff-Strothers – The Way a Broken Single Mom Became Successful Mompreneur
Episode 132 with Kate Doster – Guaranteed Email Marketing Tips for the Win Without Feeling Sleazy
Episode 133 with Chloe McKenzie – The Secret to Showing Up Better at Home and In Your Business
Episode 134 with Cait Scudder – Here’s How to Ditch the Annoying Guilt and Get Support Now
Episode 135 with Katie Kahvo – This is How to Have Success Without the Exhausting Hustle
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Real Happy Mom 0:02
Hey there, I’m Tony and I have an overwhelming passion to help moms navigate motherhood without the overwhelm. I went from struggling with motherhood and losing my identity to be a productive and living out my version of being a happy mom. On the Real Happy Mom podcast, I interview real moms and experts to help you navigate raising children self care, time management, and so much more. So if you’re ready to get rid of the overwhelm, and start being a Real Happy Mom, join me inside the Real Happy Mom podcast. No, just be quiet. Alright. Hey there. And welcome back to another episode of the Real Happy Mom podcast. This is the mompreneur series. And I am super excited to have my guest today, Kate, kay is going to be talking to us about why we need support because Hey, Mom, like you can’t do it all by yourself. So you definitely want to check out this episode as we are talking about a couple of different things. One in particular, she shares her story about how she felt the doubt creeping in at the end of her pregnancy, when she was actually getting ready to launch. And she actually had a really big lunch. And I’m so glad that she didn’t get into the doubt. Now, she also talked about how she is not the overnight success. And it did take her a while to get to where she is now and actually figure things out. She talks about her story about being a teacher and how that led to where she is now. As well as how we can do better about getting support that we need at home and in our business. Okay, he also shares with us some of the things that she did during her pregnancy that helped her to actually generate more income, but work less. And then lastly, she gives us a lot of encouragement and support. When it comes to figuring out what we need to do now that is actually going to help us with our business to move it forward as far as making more income, because let’s just be real, we don’t want to be working and not making any money. So definitely want to stay tuned to this full episode. Kate is amazing and really gave some awesome tips. And I want to make sure that you get all of it. So definitely stay tuned to the end because this is a real good one. So let’s go ahead and jump on into this week’s episode. All right, welcome to the podcast. I am super excited to have you.
Thank you so much for having me. Now,
Real Happy Mom 2:29
I am super pumped to jump into hearing about your story and just getting some tips from you. But before we get into that, I want you to share a little bit about you and what you do.
For sure. Well, thanks so much again for having me, Tony. And it’s so great to be here. So Hello, everybody. I am Kate scoter, I am a seven figure business coach and my entire business is built on supporting other women to start and scale profitable businesses that change the world. I started my company back in Gosh, reaching here 2017 it was May of 2017 I was actually living in Bali at the time. And I was not that you know overnight success, like have an idea to start a business and immediately make a million dollars. No, no, no, I hate moved to Bali, actually in the beginning of 2016. And I sat on my idea and my vision and my desire to start this coaching business like for the better part of a year and a half and you know, battling all the things that I now support clients with at every stage of business, which is like that imposter syndrome, this self doubt, there’s already so many people doing this, blah, blah, blah. And it really held me back for a while. And it wasn’t until I you know decided okay, my fear of failure is no longer like my strongest fear my fear of just like sitting on my ass not doing anything like is way stronger. So let’s just put myself out there. Let’s just go for this. And I did scale to six figures in my first year multiple six in in 18 months, and now three and a whatever that is now three and a half, almost four years. And we’re at the seven figure level. So it’s been such a joy to really step up and serve women who are ready to create more financial abundance for themselves who are ready to monetize their gifts and passions who thought maybe previously they had to give them away or give the best part of them to an employer. I just my my greatest joy is supporting women and now that I’m a mom, in particular moms to create the lives and businesses that they love.
Real Happy Mom 4:37
Yes, definitely. Now Kate one thing that I love about your story is before all of this success that you are having now you were a teacher, and you’re actually not so happy doing that and you actually gave that all up so I was just wondering what made you give it up in actually want to start your own business?
Oh my god, it’s such a good question. Well, I can tell you the story. Got, I still remember exactly where I was when I sent in my resignation letter I was shaking in my boots, I was so afraid. I so yeah, long story short I, I went right from undergrad to get my master’s in teaching. So I graduated with that when I was 23 years old, I went right into a teaching job at a private school, you know, thought I was just absolutely crushing it, making you know, I’d never had a career job before. So when they offered me $38,000, to basically teach more classes than anyone in the entire school, I was just like, thank you so much, it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me. Little did I know, I was being just worked to the absolute bone for very, very little pay. And, you know, being asked to stay away and do all these extra things. And anyone out there who’s listening as a teacher, you know, that like your job doesn’t, it’s not like, you’re an accountant, where you shut the books and you go home. And you know, after 5pm, you don’t think about work, like you have to grade papers and plan lessons. And it’s just, it’s just never ending. And so I did that for two years. toniann. And then I, I remember distinctly like driving into work, I my school was 45 minutes away from where I live. So I also had a really long commute. And I remember thinking like, okay, when I’m up here, when I’m in front of the classroom, like when I’m standing in front of people, and you know, delivering a lesson that’s impactful. That’s the thing, that’s the kind of thing I want to be doing. But I don’t want to be teaching Spanish anymore. That’s what I was teaching at the time. And my work is a lot bigger. And there was part of me that almost felt guilty for feeling that you know, like talk myself into bouquet, like, there’s nothing wrong with teaching or, you know, just get comfortable or be happy, like with the impact you are making. And I think for a lot of us, we can almost downplay our dreams and desires by making ourselves telling ourselves that narrative of like, Oh, we should just be grateful for what we have. Or we should just be happy for what we have. And my invitation for anyone who’s listening, who’s done that is like, let yourself feel what you actually feel and let yourself dream as big as you want to go. And so it was after two years of doing that, Tony and I was I was leading a high school trip abroad in Spain, with a good friend of mine at the time. And we were somehow the adults on the trip like leading all these high schoolers. God knows how it was. She was like my best friend at the time. And we were in Spain in Barcelona, about to take all of these kids out. And I remember we were just getting ready. And I had this, this resignation letter up on my computer. And I was like, You know what, I have to send this and I hit Send and it went off and we were out with all these kids. We were actually taking them to like a music festival. God knows how we got it approved in Barcelona and like David Guetta comes on and the music drops. And we’re in this like Doom Doom job. And I just remember feeling like, Oh my god, what did I just do? I’ve add a rave in Barcelona, I just quit my job. I have no idea what I’m going to do for money. I was 26. At the time, I’m like, my health insurance is gone. And what’s gonna happen and sure enough, you know, I fell on my feet as as one does. When you decide that you’re ready for something else. I got a job at a restaurant, I went back to doing some consulting for a nonprofit, I was teaching yoga, like, I just cobbled it together until the next right thing appeared. And for me that was moving to Bali. I went for a yoga teacher training ended up saying because I met my now husband, but that’s a whole other story. But anyway, my point is, like, when you listen to what you actually want, and you’re brave enough to let that guide your life, freaking magical things happen.
Real Happy Mom 8:34
Yes, yes. I was just listening to all that, like, yeah, Been there, done that, and I love that you say just like listening into that, and definitely want to pay attention to that more. And one of the things that I really love about your story is, you know, part of one of the big sorry, one of the big things that happened actually was when you’re getting ready to have your baby and you were you know, getting ready to learn something here really big and you’re thinking like oh, you know, how can I do it I don’t know if I can do it all that kind of thing. And I know that that runs through a lot of my listeners minds is like how can I do this all and I just wanted you to talk about you know how that doubt was creeping in and how you’re actually able to make it possible to actually have a half million dollar right?
Yes. Oh my gosh, this is I’m so happy to Jim about this. So when I got pregnant Well, I found out I was pregnant in January of 2020. I remember coming back from a run and I was so tired like I was that girl Tony and every morning would go for like a five mile run I had my morning routine all the things I like joke with all my mom friends now. It’s like what morning routine the morning routine of your baby crying and like they’re being spit up or whatever, everywhere poopy diapers. That’s my new morning routine. But my old morning routine I was like very much that go getter. And I remember being on a run, and feeling like, Oh my god, I am exhausted, like, why am I so tired and thinking this something is up here, I’m going to just stop and get a pregnancy test. And I had like half an hour into my next call. And so I stopped, got the test brought, brought it home, peed on that stick. And when it immediately had those double lines, I was like, Oh, that’s why. And so my immediate response, of course, was just like sheer elation and joy. So, so, so happy. And then I remember feeling like all of this doubt creeping in all of this, oh, no, well, like, I’ve been able to scale my company up until now, but shoot, like, now I’m really gonna start to suffer, now, it’s gonna get really hard. Now, I’ve come to the end of the line, and just not going to be able to be successful anymore. And just like all of that self doubt of, you know, not being able to do both things. And I just, I mean, that was one of the things with my mentors that I really had to work through in my pregnancy mindset was was just like, letting go of the story of I’ve built the wrong business or, you know, I’m not going to be able to keep going and whatever. And I mean, we could talk about all the different things that I did during my pregnancy to to continue to increase my income while decreasing my working hours. Um, you know, strategically speaking, like streamlining my offers, making sure that I had, you know, more support coaches, who were facilitating my programs, there were a lot of strategic shifts with the real inner work was the mindset shift of like, letting myself expand to the possibility that actually, my income gets to keep increasing, even as I you know, start to scale back my hours and becoming a mom. And so, when I launched my year long mastermind, the rise mastermind it was right at the end of my pregnancy, it was I did, I went into pre launch in September. And we already had nearly $300,000 launch before I left for maternity leave. And I structured the launches such that I finished it, when I came back from maternity leave in November, my daughter was due at the end of September. And coming back from maternity leave was literally just opening my computer in the upstairs guest room. It wasn’t it wasn’t, you know, crazy, insane working. And we’ve we finished the launch at $512,000. And I, you know, that was a real watershed moment for me of realizing Wow, like, I truly can do anything that I put my mind to, and having the you know, the support in my corner in order to do that both from you know, my husband, support it home support with Ella, our beautiful daughter, and just supporting the business, my amazing team, like, it’s truly, truly possible to achieve extraordinary things when you have the right help in your corner.
Real Happy Mom 12:49
Absolutely. And that’s one thing that I have been advocating even more now, just for myself, because I know personally that I tried to do too much. I am that mom that does too much. So I have to tell myself, you don’t have to do everything. So I love that you brought up having the support at home and in the business. And I’m just thinking about the mompreneur, who is, you know, kind of the solopreneur? Honestly, who’s just doing it all herself? Like, what are some of the things that you were doing during your pregnancy, so that you could work less, but also still generate some of that income that you’re talking about?
Yes. So I would say for that Mama. I mean, and even for if you have like a seven person team, like, focus on doing the things like that I really simplified and streamlined my focus. I was like, how can I keep serving my clients and students really, really well, that was a non negotiable? And how can I prioritize content and sales? Like those are literally now in the business? Other than like, you know, monthly and quarterly high level kind of strategic visioning and planning? Those are the only things in my business that I do. And I think that one of the things that is just a really helpful guiding, you know, North Star is like, really ask yourself, what in the business like am I doing, but I don’t, that is not actually moving the needle, I think we can get really caught up in, you know, fumbling around with like Canva graphics, and there’s just all these things that drain our attention and focus. And the question is, I just did a little mini training Instagram on this the other day, but like, what are you prioritize what makes you money and for most of us, that’s showing our face to our audience, adding value to our audience, like nurturing our people. selling something giving an opportunity for people to experience a deeper transformation with us by giving them a pathway to buy. And that is the most important things I would say. If you are a solopreneur in your business, or even if you have a large team, really make sure that you are focusing the precious time that you have to work on your business to actually move the needle. forward and sell. And you would be so surprised I work with so many women toniann who are like, I’m not, you know, hitting the numbers that I want, or I really think I can, you know, make more money. And I’m like, cool. Are you prioritizing sales as an everyday activity? And it’s like, oh, well, no, it’s like, Okay, well, there we go, there’s the first thing that we have to look at is are you getting in front of people every day and selling and that does not contrary to popular thought, have to be like a skeezy used car salesman vibe, it literally can look like delivering an amazing LA, live stream and having a call to action. At the end, it can look like delivering mini trainings on Instagram stories, and, and upselling to whatever pay to offer you’re offering at the time, it can look like, you know, so many different things for so many different business models. But the point and the non negotiable of a profitable business is making sales a priority.
Real Happy Mom 15:48
Absolutely. I am totally there. Because I know when you said that, x that question, you know, are you doing something every day? No. definitely got to work on that one. But I’m just thinking about the the moms that know that they need the support, but they’re not getting it. So I’m just wondering, why aren’t working moms getting more help and support that they need? Like, what do you think is one of the roadblocks are that?
I think do you mean at home in the business are both both? Yeah. But yeah, I think I think that honestly, a really, really big one that I my hope and prayer is that we can all grow out of as women is this idea that there’s somehow like there’s something shameful about or like admitting defeat in air quotes by asking for support. And I think that’s a really outdated notion and mindset, I think it’s just absolutely not the case. You know, when I look at my idol, Wilson icons in business, like the Whitney wolfhard, who just became, you know, the youngest billionaire at 31, the CO CEO of Bumble or I look at Sara Blakely, you know, also a billionaire, the founder of spin banks, I look at these women who have extraordinary lives who have, you know, in Whitney’s case, you know, a two year old and just took Bumble public on you know, the stock market and and became a billionaire literally a couple of weeks ago, or Sara Blakely, he’s got four kids like, the there is no doubt in my mind that like the the women who are absolutely crushing it, in the business world are women who are allowing themselves to receive support. And I knew that Well, before I had my daughter that, you know, letting more support in was going to be the secret to my success. I mean, even in this moment, you know, our amazing nanny arrived an hour ago or so, and is watching Ella, like, if I had to be worried, you’re watching my daughter out of the corner of my eye, I wouldn’t be present for this conversation, I wouldn’t be able to drop in, I wouldn’t be able to do that with my clients, when I’m on the phone with them or my team when I’m on the phone with them. Like, I think we really have to let go of this idea that we are made to do all the things extremely well all the time. It’s like, there’s always going to be a ball that gets dropped somewhere. And I think really letting yourself a be okay with that and be get support to pick them up. is just It is so so essential. Like I think that there is there’s just no, there’s no there’s no like badge of honor by needing to do it all ourselves. And I think that the the biggest thing, honestly, that stops women from getting help is is the story of I have to do it all. And I really think that that’s a toxic, outdated narrative that we all need to work to let go of.
Real Happy Mom 18:41
Yes, I could not agree more. Now. Okay. I wanted to switch things up a little bit, just because I’m thinking about the mompreneur, who or the mom that actually wants to be the mompreneur, who is wanting to get started with something and you mentioned something in your story earlier about how you quit your teaching job. But you did a couple of different things and ended up getting to this place that you’re at now. So I’m just wondering, what were some of the things that you did? or How were you able to figure out okay, this is going to be my jam, like this is going to be the business for me. And this is what I’m going to stick with and actually got you to this point that you’re at at this point now.
Yeah, that’s such a great question. So when I look I did not have like the full clarity. When I left and went to Bali. I went, like I said, for yoga teacher training. And I knew I love teaching. I knew I knew I loved speaking I knew I loved uplifting and empowering others but I didn’t know anything about the coaching industry whatsoever when I left. And so when I stayed in Bali after the training, and started to see all these digital nomads and people working from co working spaces and a lot of you know online service providers, whether that was consulting or you know, web development or coaches. I was like, hang on So you’re telling me I can work from wherever, make my own schedule and make amazing money. And then I started, like really diving into the coaching industry. And I was like, hang on, you’re telling me I can put a brand on my face, and develop a really strong voice and solve problems for people and get paid for basically being myself. Like, that’s a thing. And sure enough, it is. And that’s what I do now. But it’s, you know, I just remember my mind being absolutely blown. And so, but I, you know, Tony and I did not I do not come from a wealthy family, I did not have like a sizable nest egg or like a rich uncle to kind of bail me out if it all went sideways and actually involved in in 2016. I read the year before I started my business, it was like a very dark night of the soul. I basically ate through all of my savings. And my relationship with Toby as a result was like, really on the rocks. And I actually bought a plane ticket to come home, I left my engagement ring at his villa. And I was like, on a plane, going to get on a plane the next day, had my ticket booked. And then I realized, like, Kate, why are you running? Like, what are you actually afraid of, and I was like, Oh, shit, I really have to lean in here and like, do my own inner work. And, you know, that’s probably a topic for another day. But anyway, I decided to stay and figure it out. And that was really hard. Because there were not, you know, as a foreigner on a tourist visa, I couldn’t just like get a waitressing job in Bali, I had to find online work to kind of tide me over her and literally helped me be able to eat and pay for rent. So I was writing user manuals for a software company back in the states doing technical writing. The point is that I decided that I was going to make this business work. And I knew that I needed money to live and money to then invest in the business in order to do so. And so I did something else. For the meantime, and my you know, I am just such a firm believer that when we want something like there are infinite channels of possibility to getting that thing when we decide that that’s what we want, we commit to moving forward with it and we figure it out. And that’s exactly what happened. For me, I was able to save up a little bit of money, I hired somebody to build a website for me, I hired a couple of coaches, I put myself inside of a mastermind that actually got my button gear and finally had me launch my business in May of 2017. And that’s when I started to sign my first clients, I had a, you know, five figure launch for my first group program. And I was like, You know what, here we go, like, let’s freaking do this, but it you know, I did not. And this is another thing, I think it’s really, really easy to listen to interviews like this or to look at people like you know, where I am at my journey now and think oh my god, she just hasn’t made and it’s been so easy for her along and like that is just so not the case, like I started with only being able to see the next right step in front of me. And the point is guys, like when you trust yourself to go for it and get support to guide you along the way you will figure it out. I started off what I called radiant living coaching. so empowering women to step into their most radiant selves. And now that’s that’s and really actually after six months of doing that, that changed shape to business coaching and supporting women, yes to step up into their full radiance without apology and to use their gifts to build a business and to scale that business. And now I work with you know, a lot of established, you know, already six figure business owners who are looking to scale up to multi six and seven. And my point is that all of that kind of refinement of my offerings and who I serve has really changed over time. But the point is, I would have never never gotten to where I am today if I didn’t just give myself permission to start.
Real Happy Mom 23:43
Yes, I love that and I love that you brought up to about you know, just looking at where you are now and thinking like oh, it must have been easy. Good job, Kate. But I’m just thinking about, in particular if there’s anything that you remember or something that stands out from your journey that got you to this point now that was really challenging for you but once you were able to get over that challenge really either helped propel you to where you are now or you look back and was like man I’m glad that happened.
Such a good question. Oh my god, well challenging things along the way. I’m like, which one do we talk about? We can talk about 1000s of them there’s there’s been so many moments along the way and it is it’s just absolutely true that you know somebody Instagram highlights or like highlight reel on a podcast interview. You know, I’m not telling you about the the 1000s of tears that I’ve cried on Toby shoulder the times that I thought Oh, we’ve hit this level in the business and now I’m never going to be able to keep going you know, when I was you know, still operating like a solo entrepreneur but making multiple six figures and needing to hire a team and ending up you know, ending going late to dinner on family vacations because I was in the backend of clickfunnels like building shit out. Like there’s just been so many moments where of challenge and struggle along the way but you know, the big thing that I would say is the the continual decision like the there’s a line that I just love so much, Tony and and I say this to all my clients is like, the only way to actually fail is to stop moving forward, that’s literally the only way to fail. So doesn’t matter if you had a failed launch, it doesn’t matter if you had just any amount of quote unquote failure of things not going your way of things not going right. It is not an ultimate sentence of failure and being done. If you stop moving forward, if you don’t stop moving forward, if you keep going, you cannot end up at failure. And all many failures along the way away is just feedback. It’s refinement, it’s information guiding you forward. And when you learn to see it is that that is so so important. One story that’s you know, coming up to be that I’d love to share with your audience is particularly true. And I, I talked about this a little bit in the TED talk that I delivered. But, you know, I think that the fear of we talked about the fear of failure, we talked about the fear of success. But I think one of the big fears that a lot of women struggle with and this was something that I struggled with as well is the fear of losing love or disappointing other people or rocking the boat in our relationships by choosing to take up space. And whether that’s market yourself, use social media differently from your friends who have like more traditional jobs, whatever that may be. I think a lot of women particularly struggle with this fear of like outshining their peers. And so we inadvertently keep ourselves small to not you know, be the tall poppy as it were, and I had an experience, actually of a couple years ago is right around the time of my wedding, I have like many of my best friends basically all coming out and talking about me behind my back and really turning on me and being like, well, who does Kate think she is? And who is she using social media like this and coaching This is such a weird profession. And just like all of this smack talking behind my back, and I was so devastated at the time, I thought about stopping my business, I thought wow, like if this is the kind of judgment that I’m going to receive, you know, do I even want to keep going. But ultimately, I am so grateful for that happening because it taught me a that you really can outgrow relationships. And not all relationships are meant to like last until you’re older than crusty and that’s fine. But also, it really gave me so much like it was such a gift to be able to look at Hang on, do I really believe in what I’m doing? Do I believe that this is like the most impactful work I could possibly be doing in my in my truth and in my alignment? And in my power? And the answer was a resounding undeniable. Yes. And so when I looked at that, I was like, there’s literally like, you know, there’s no way that I’m going to let that judgment stop me from being who I am. And if anything, all it’s doing is making it really abundantly clear of the exact kind of sort of toxic women taking women down because they’re, you know, intimidated or threatened by, you know, someone else shining really brightly, like that’s the exact thing that I stand against. And it was just, it was such a hard moment to go through. But also such a powerful moment of realizing, you know, I, I only want to surround myself with women who clap very, very loudly at other women’s wins, I have done so much in my life to cultivate those kind of and create those kinds of spaces for my clients, for my friends, for the women that I you know, love and support. And if if there are relationships that need to fall away, in order for me to really rise into who I meant to be, then so be it. And so, my invitation for anyone who is you know, afraid of, you know, disappointing their parents or upsetting their in laws or out shining friends or whatever is like be the truth of who you actually are. Do not hold that back and your real people are gonna stay with you.
Real Happy Mom 29:13
Yes, and amen to that when I’m so glad you shared that. Because I think that’s something that we don’t hear enough of, especially when it comes to those relationships too. So thank you so much for sharing that Kate. Now, one other thing that I wanted to make sure is that if there was any other words of encouragement, any tips that you had for us mompreneurs I want to make sure that I gave you that opportunity here before we signed off.
Mama let yourself get help. Do not feel like you have to do it by yourself whether that is hiring the nanny hiring the food prep service, hiring a business coach to support you and your business like all of the help when it comes to support, more is more and you are going to feel So much lighter you hold so much together for your family, for the people that you serve, like do you are worthy of the support that you desire? You are worthy of the support that you desire. You are worthy of the support that you desire tattooed on your forehead, write it in lipstick on your bathroom mirror, just surround yourself with support and watch as you move so much further faster. With support in your corner.
Real Happy Mom 30:25
Yes, definitely. Now, okay, if there is a man that’s listening, that’s like, I want more of Kate in my life, where can we find you online or get connected with you?
Oh, thanks so much for asking Tony. And so I am on Instagram guys. That’s at Kate scoter, CIT Su, Double D er, I hang out there all the time. You can also check me out on my podcast. It’s called the born to rise podcast that served up wherever podcasts are available iTunes, and Spotify. And you can also get connected with me over on my website, Kate CIT. co. co. So those are the best places.
Real Happy Mom 31:05
Awesome, and I’ll be sure to include all of those links in the show notes. Kate, thank you so so much for coming on. This has been so awesome.
Thank you so much for having me. Tanya. It’s a pleasure.
Real Happy Mom 31:16
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