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Molly

Molly
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Molly Chanson is a writer and entrepreneur, inspired by motherhood, yoga, and the female intuitive spirit. Molly is a Wisconsin native and UW Madison graduate - Go Badgers! While living in Chicago and having babies, Molly founded and designed a clothing line for pregnant and breastfeeding moms. Molly writes for her own blog, www.soulma.com on motherhood, business, and her recent divorce. Now back in Wisconsin, Molly lives with her two boys, 8 and 9, and their brand new puppy, Shadow! Stay in touch via email, [email protected] and sign up for Molly's inspiring Monday Mantra!

Motherhood, Body, and Yoga: How Motherhood Brings Us Closer to True Self and Why...

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I write about motherhood as an access point to the soul. Motherhood was the thing that cracked me open for the first time and exposed all my vulnerabilities. There was no hiding the unfamiliar,...

The Crippling Guilt of Being a Perfectionist Mother

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I didn’t know I was a perfectionist until I became a mom. Before kids, my perfectionism paraded itself as healthy ambition. I graduated college, secured a worthy career, exercised, partied, dated. I always dressed...

Parenting After Divorce: Co-parenting Strategies That Will Make Anyone a Better Parent

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Divorce or separation is not something you wish or intend for your children, but it is a reality for over 50% of marriages, which means a lot of children experience the effects. I’ve watched...

Summer Swim Guide: 10 Classy, Sexy Suits for Mamas – Really!

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Swimsuit season is upon us! And it doesn’t need to be another tortured experience where we cut ourselves down as women. The key to rocking a swimsuit, like any personal style, is to embrace...

Smashing Fears and 3 Strategies for Breastfeeding Success

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The first time I nursed in public I was on a busy Chicago roof deck in July. We had just taken the baby to his 6 week check-up with the pediatrician, and we hadn’t...

Motherhood Opens Your Heart – and why you should keep it that way

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My husband and father-in-law talk downstairs about the score of the baseball game. The baby and I have retreated to the rocking chair in the nursery and I finally get him to stop screaming...