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State of a Mother- Empowered Women Unite

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State of a Mother- Empowered Women Unite

A kids & family and health & fitness podcast from Kate Dalton

State of a Mother is where empowered women unite. It’s a place to talk about how to deal with this newfound state as “Mom”. That state where you are simultaneously the head of the family, and completely at the whim of the family. It’s for women who want to unload the mental weight, reclaim how they think, and become clear and decisive in their actions in order to live an intentional life. In this podcast we will go deep on the power of your mind, and how it impacts everything from body image to keeping your life organized. Each episode aims to help you clean up old thoughts and beliefs and instill new strategies to level up your life and create what you most want.

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