Stay At Home Mom? Yeah Right!

Sarah Smith

Hey friends! My name is Sarah Smith and I like to call myself a Stay At Home Mom? Yeah Right! I’m a married mother of three (and a dog!) and a homemaker who rarely finds herself at home! I’m sure my fellow stay-at-home moms out there can relate. On this podcast I will be speaking candidly with my fellow parents and non-parents alike about the ups and downs and ins and outs of their personal journeys. Join me as we connect and converse about the highs and lows of being a parent, or (as the case may be) for whatever reason having never been a parent. Together we will learn all about how our guests were parented and how they parent - because every parent can stand to learn and a thing or two, am I right? And of course we will delve into the duties of the most under-appreciated member of the workforce - the stay-at-home moms! So please check us out every week for fun, honest, thought-provoking, challenging, and occasionally difficult conversations about the best "hood" there is - the parenthood.

This Mom Is Helping Women Overcome Their Insecurities And Regain Confidence: A Chat With Latoya Stevenson
Nov 8 2022
This Mom Is Helping Women Overcome Their Insecurities And Regain Confidence: A Chat With Latoya Stevenson
Latoya Stevenson is a Certified Confidence & Mindset Coach who specializes in empowering women to fully love and accept themselves. She is the author of the Best Self Journal, MindsetPlanner, and The Self-Love Workbook for Black Women, which are available on Amazon. She works with individuals who want to fully love and accept themselves so they can put themselves first and make decisions that will lead them to success, happiness, and fulfillment. She does this through empowering her clients through her coaching practice, as well as through writing about self-love, self-care, and mindset. LaToya has overcome her own insecurities from childhood, so she understands how hard it can be to feel confident in yourself when the world tells you otherwise. She loves coaching about confidence, self-love, intentional self-care, and mindset because she sees so many people who have never been taught, and as a result, they end up sabotaging themselves in many ways: from their careers to their relationships, to the way they treat themselves physically.On the podcast we chatted about:- The positive things that came out of the pandemic for her and her family.-What led to her career path as a confidence coach.-Ways parents can work to build confidence in their children.-Steps to get confident and maintain confidence.And so much more!You can follow Latoya at: www.latoyastevenson.comFollow me:www.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahrightwww.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahrightPlease rate & subscribe to my podcast! Thank you!
This Mom Didn't See A Cryptocurrency App for Moms and Women So She Created One: A Chat With The Crypto Mom, Kendra Cole
Nov 1 2022
This Mom Didn't See A Cryptocurrency App for Moms and Women So She Created One: A Chat With The Crypto Mom, Kendra Cole
Kendra Cole is a mom of three kids, wife, IVF warrior and CEO of The CryptoMom App ( a cryptocurrency investment platform designed for those who identify as women and moms. As a mom to two daughters, her mission is to empower the next generation of female investors to leverage cryptocurrency as part of their wealth-building journey.  She created The CryptoMom App after realizing that current exchanges do not cater to the technology and lifestyle preferences of women and moms. Unlike any other investment platform that exists, her platform will allow users to buy and sell coin, allocate coin to college funds and other practical products, and give the gift of crypto for special occasions, like birthdays, graduations, and baby showers. She’s so proud that her platform has captured the attention of Amazon, who selected us to participate in its Impact Accelerator for Black Founders, a prestigious program that supports underrepresented startup founders with the goal of building a more diverse cloud. Throughout her journey to launch, she has juggled two full-time jobs, multiple rounds of IVF, nursing a newborn, and a life-threatening sickle cell diagnosis for her daughter – all while pitching investors, securing funding, and building her startup from the ground up. Despite these trying experiences, these challenges have given her the grit, foresight and agility needed to succeed as a female founder in a heavily male-dominated tech industry.On the podcast we chatted about:-Her daughter who received her sickle cell donor from her sister with a 17% chance of her being a match.-What cryptocurrency is.-How and why she go into cryptocurrency.-Why women and moms should get into cryptocurrency now.-What women and moms will get from the cyrptomom app.And so much more!To find Kendra goto: www.instagram.com/thecryptomomappFollow me:www.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahrightwww.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahright-
How This Elementary School Principal Successfully Managed Through The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Chat With Dr. Reilly
Jul 12 2022
How This Elementary School Principal Successfully Managed Through The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Chat With Dr. Reilly
Dr. Anissa Reilly has been in education for over 30 years. For just under the last 15, she has been the principal of an elementary school in a large urban school district. Dr. Reilly received her undergraduate degree from Morgan State University in Baltimore, her Master's Degree from Bank Street College of Education, and her doctorate from The Sage Colleges of Albany. She is the President and Owner of Giant Step 6 LLC, where her primary goal and passion is to develop both national and global leaders so they can effectively lead their perspective organizations. She is the loving wife of Gordon Reilly Jr. and the mother of four amazing young people. Dr Reilly recently received proclamations from New York State Senator Jose Serrano and New York City Council Woman Vanessa Gibson for her assistance with improving the lives of the people in her community. The first book in her leadership series, “5 Buckets of Leadership: Speaking in the Moment” was released in May 2021. Additionally, she is the host of The Ask Dr. Reilly Show, which can be found on FOX SOUL weekly. On the podcast we chatted about:- What the pandemic has been like as a principal. The challenges she faced and the support that she received through it all.-The unfortunate inequities her school faced due to the pandemic.-Issues she's seeing among children since the pandemic's inception.-Her trauma to triumph story.- How she parented through her trauma and what she suggests you do if you are as well.-How others can attain their triumphant story.And so much more. You won't want to miss this!You can find Dr. Reilly at: www.askdrreilly.com-----Follow me:www.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahright.comwww.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahright
This Mom Provides The Postpartum Help You Need So You Can Thrive: A Chat With Dr. Jessica Daigle
Jul 5 2022
This Mom Provides The Postpartum Help You Need So You Can Thrive: A Chat With Dr. Jessica Daigle
Dr. Jess Daigle. She is a board-certified pediatrician with a focus in neonatal medicine. She received her Doctor of Medicine at Louisiana State University, completed her pediatrics residency at Morehouse School of Medicine and received extra training in neonatal-perinatal medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She now proudly serves as a Neonatal hospitalist and the former Medical Director for the Level 2 NICU at Wellstar Spalding Regional Hospital in Griffin, Georgia. Dr. Daigle is a mom of 2 prior preterm infants and due to her own postpartum journeys, she founded Mom & Me by Jess Daigle MD, an in-home/virtual postpartum care service designed to ease the transition from birth to home for new moms & NICU moms and their babies. She helps these moms adjust to being home with their new babies and reduce the overwhelm, anxiety and guilt that comes. She provides real time counsel, education, and reassurance so moms can THRIVE not just survive during their postpartum journey.On the podcast we chatted about:-Why she chose to go into medicine.-How she has managed as a doctor and parent through the pandemic.-Why she founded Mom & Me.- The importance having a postpartum plan and  having your 911 crew - a village of friends/family you can count on when you need a break.-How moms can get rid of mom guilt.-Why you must schedule self care into your schedule.You will not want to miss this episode!To find Dr. Jess goto: www.instagram.com/momandme_md------Follow me:www.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahright.comwww.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahright.com