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When you’re a new mom it’s hard finding time for yourself isn’t it! You hardly have a minute to breathe! Many of the moms I speak with yearn for opportunities to get out and enjoy the great outdoors again and they often reminisce about hiking and other adventures.
Those with family either interstate or overseas also face the logistical challenges of finding the time and coping with the cost associated with visiting them.
Today’s guest, Jodi Fried who is an empowerment coach for women, is no stranger to these challenges! Jodi lives in the United States but is originally from South Africa and with four children and a 30 hour flight to contend with, to visit great grandparents and other family, she’s had some challenges to overcome!
In this episode Jodi shares some great tips and insights for helping moms to find that spark again and to build that adventurous life they crave with their family.
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Links Mentioned in the Episode
- Love Adventure Mom website.
- Jodi’s To (Mom) Life Podcast.
- Jodi’s Complimentary Family Travel Journal.
- Love Adventure Mom Facebook page.
- Love Adventure Mom on Instagram.
About Jodi Fried
Jodi is a mom of 4 and is an empowerment coach for women, speaker, and podcaster who is committed to helping moms live to the fullest while managing the challenging, wonderful, and messy journey of motherhood.
Many people remark that Jodi’s superpower is connection – her intent connection with clients and friends, as well as her ability to help women connect deeply to themselves. Born in South Africa and having moved to the States as a child, Jodi has a unique perspective which influences her work today. Hobbies include skiing, hiking, baking, making jewelry, and snuggling with the kids under a thick, soft, blanket to read on the couch! Tune in to the To (Mom) Life Podcast for insights, and tools for motherhood.