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Redefining Balance for Working Mom Podcast by Your Life Rocks

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Redefining Balance for Working Mom Podcast by Your Life Rocks

A kids & family and religion & spirituality podcast from Jenny Stemmerman, fellow working mom and founder of Your Life Rocks
Website: http://yourliferocks.com

Working mom life is full of blessings! The Your Life Rocks podcast is for Christian moms looking for practical strategies to grow in all areas of life they are trying to balance. You will learn how to reach your goals in your faith, marriage, parenting, career, health, home, finances, and friends and fun. Yes, we believe balance is possible because we believe you can define balance to be whatever you want.

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