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We're all entry level mom's, with no prior experience. However everything we need is within our DNA. In this podcast, I discuss different topics with friends and experts. We share vulnerable, and honest tales. The goal is to grow and learn, and hopefully to encourage and uplift along the way. This is connected to my book, "Entry Level Mom" available at booksbybonnielippincott.com (or Barnes & Noble & Amazon!) Please remember to be kind to yourself! -Bonnie Lippincott
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This is a podcast about all those jobs we've had that sucked. Each episode Brooks will interview a guest and find out what garbage they had to put up with before they got to the position they're in now. Plus if you have any hellish jobs of your own you want to share email entrylevelwithbrookswheelan@gmail.com
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The Entry Level Left Podcast

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With your hosts Matt, Nathan, and Jared, The Entry Level Left podcast is an effort to bring critical thought back to history, politics, and culture through approachable discussion and science-based reasoning. With each episode building on prior concepts, our goal is to help people understand the failings of hyper-consumptive, class-based-society so that they can reclaim their own power in their communities and especially their workplaces. On a planet hurtling toward climate disaster, we must ...
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Summary In this episode, Katie Elise (a mom of twin boys, and a military wife) joins me to share her journey of motherhood and how she has learned to thrive while surviving challenging circumstances. She challenges the notion that we can only thrive when all conditions are perfect, that is not her experience (nor mine!) Katie discusses her experien…
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Summary In this episode, I am joined by Kara Leeper, Kara is a speech and language pathologist. Kara shares her personal journey of motherhood and the different experiences she had with each of her four children. Kara also talks about her passion for speech therapy, and discusses speech and language development in children. Kara emphasizes the impo…
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In this episode, I am joined by Dr Kruttika Bhat. We discuss the topic "culture change" or of raising children in a country different from the one you grew up in. According to Wikipedia, culture can be defined as all the ways of life including arts, beliefs, codes of manners, dress, language, religion and institutions of a population that are passe…
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In this episode, I am joined by the incredible Krista Cannon. Krista has a podcast "Coloring Outside the Lines" and is a Mindset Coach. We discuss the power of mindset as a mother. Krista shares her personal journey of becoming a mother and how it shifted her mindset. We explore the importance of committing to curiosity and challenging negative tho…
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In this episode, I am joined by Tonia Swanson, she is a mother, graphic designer and a medium. We discuss all things "woo woo". Summary In this conversation, Tonia and I discuss Tonia's journey as a medium and how it has influenced her experience as a mother. Tonia shares her personal experiences with pregnancy and delivery, as well as her discover…
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I am joined by Susie and Vicky, mothers, grandmothers, and identical twins! They share their unique insight growing as best friends, and still share a beautiful friendship to this day. Twins run in their family, which all started with their great-great grandfather, who was a twin. His twin brother and him married a set of twins! They share their le…
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Summary In this episode, I am joined by my friend Peace. We discuss the topic of Parenting and Psychology. Peace went to school for psychology and has a passion for understanding the mind and behaviors. She is the perfect person for this topic because I watched her understand my children's behavior once during a playdate in a gentle, intentional an…
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Chris Fairbanks (Comedy Central/Conan/Last Comic Standing/Jimmy Kimmel) and Brooks are about to do some shows in Brooks' favorite state that happens to be Chris' home state so they talk about it! Get tickets to the shows here: brookswheelan.com/datesتوسط All Things Comedy
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Summary I am joined by Taysha Nacaida, who is a professional home organizer. Taysha shares her journey into home organization and how her background in fashion and space management has influenced her work. She explains the benefits of having a clear space and the negative impact of clutter on mental capacity. She provides tips for overcoming mental…
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Summary In this episode, I am joined by an eco-warrior, my cousin Francesca! Having grown up together, and sharing family traditions (like Christmas, Hannukah, Thanksgiving and Scottish tea's), we discuss traditions, the challenges of motherhood, and loving mother nature. Francesca discusses what she wish she knew, and how raising her son has been …
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In this (very short) episode, I read the ABC's of self love. I wrote it for my inner child, as well as my own children. These are hard earned lessons, that I believe lead to more self love. It was only when I accepted myself "as is" that I truly started to grow and change. The ABC's of self love is available on Amazon, and is a picture book. The im…
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Summary In this episode, my friend for 20 years and counting, Mel and I discuss what our kid's interests can teach us. Mel is an encouraging friend, a wonderful mother, and has a beautiful mind. We discuss dinosaurs, and questions about dinosaurs, and our kids interests are an invitation to learn alongside them! For example, I used to think legos h…
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Summary In this episode, I am joined by Jill Apperson. Jill and I discuss intuition and ease as it relates to motherhood. Growing up, Jill was part of my family's village, and I grew up playing at her house with her two lovely daughters. Growing up, I always noticed Jill's ease and calm energy. I think of her often when I see my friends interacting…
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In this episode, my friend Gabi and I discuss travelling with kids. She shares her birth experience and shares her preeclampsia story. Gabi and her husband are just amazing. They are raising a trilingual son (Portuguese, Spanish and English), and she shares how her son entered the preschool not speaking not very much English. The preschool teachers…
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In this episode, I read Chapter 12, the final chapter in Entry Level Mom. Motherhood is a mind game, and for me, it all starts with the way I talk to myself inside my head and my core beliefs. In this episode, I share what I've learned. I hope you enjoy! Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott Ti…
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Summary Janna and I met in a new mom's group after becoming mothers and have shared vulnerable shared ups and downs through the years. Janna shares the lesson of accepting help, and the lesson of "letting go." She discusses how our responses to situations can be clues, and the beautiful lesson to replace shame with grace. We discuss how we both lea…
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Summary In this episode, I am joined by Sari Karplus. Sari is a storyteller. She is children's book author, director and comedian. We discuss how we want to write books that teach valuable and relevant lessons to our kids. We discuss logistics of writing children's books, our journeys, and the surprises. Sari shares motherhood taught her to learn t…
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This is a bonus episode, one I recorded and uploaded on the fly. It is a 2023 Recap. I want to say thank you for listening, to share that my vision is to connect, empower and uplift. Mothers have a lot on their plates, and I want this to be helpful but also a reprieve. Please remember to be kind to yourself. Support the show Website: booksbybonniel…
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In this episode, I am joined by the AMAZING Shelly Ehler, a clinical hypnotherapist. Shelly helped me personally get passed my own subconscious limited beliefs (and programs that were no longer helping me). Shelly taught me that the subconscious mind is 88% of our mind's power; it's hard to believe our conscious mind is only 12%! We discuss core be…
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In this episode, my kind friend Amy and I discuss the topic of self talk, and how our self talk has changed since becoming mothers. Amy shares her fertility journey, including her losses, how it taught her about joy and how our self-worth is not tied to what we can do, our self worth is not tied to having another baby or being a mother in general. …
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Summary The topic for this episode is pregnancy (or prenatal) and postnatal massage. I am joined by a massage therapist and expert, Robyn. Robyn is a licensed and certified massage therapist & instructor, and a mom of 3 (grown) children. Robyn shares her personal experience of pregnancy and delivery, including the unexpected news of having twins an…
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Summary In this episode, my guest Arianna and I discuss all things working motherhood. Arianna is a fellow working mom. She is married mom to a daughter, and she shares her pregnancy, delivery and returning to work journey. She shares the lessons of working motherhood: presence and letting go. We discuss expectations versus reality, and the many le…
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Joe Pera (Joe Pera talks to you) comes on to discuss being a paperboy, becoming welcomed into the world of brick laying, and working on advertising for Dog The Bounty Hunter. Check out Joe's new special: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_97zE4GRZk Check out Joe's MTV pancake show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDI8ULxJYOU&t=50s See Brooks on the …
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In this episode, I am joined by the co-president of a Montessori preschool. Ms. Amanda opened her preschool over a decade ago with co-president Ms. Rajani, and she shares her biggest surprise, why she loves children so much, and what she would tell her younger self. Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, respect for a…
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In this episode, my guest joins me from across the Atlantic Sea! Granny Margo joins me from Scotland! Margo and I are related on our maternal sides, and she graciously shares the joys of being a grandmother. She shares what delivery was like in the mid 70's, lessons, how she loves being an involved grandmother, and how it's ok not to be ok. Margo i…
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In this episode, Shelly shares her home birth story! She shares what she's learned since becoming a mother: namely not to be so afraid and to trust her mom instincts. Please remember to be brave and to trust yourself! Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott TikTok: @entrylevelmom Email: booksbybo…
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Summary In this episode, my childhood friend Amanda and I discuss the topic of motherhood as it relates to asking for help. We discuss why we think it's hard to ask for help, and how it takes a village to raise children. Amanda gives great motherhood advice and share about her experience asking for help during her C-section recovery. We also discus…
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In this episode, I interview Jen and Julie, who are mom friends. To me, they are the ultimate #momfriendgoals. Jen and Julie are partners in business and have support each other through the stages and ages of motherhood. Jen and Julie discuss how important it is to have support, how their friendships have changed over the years, and the importance …
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My friend Marisa and I discuss when we each decided with our partners when our families were complete. We discuss the transition from 0-1, 1-2 and for her 3 and beyond kids! I hope you enjoy! Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott TikTok: @entrylevelmom Email: booksbybonnielippincott@gmail.com…
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Summary In this episode, my dear friend Brandy and I discuss our most and least favorite stage. We share how we've grown as individuals and in our marriage, and how motherhood changed our outlook. Brandy is my wise, honest and hilarious friend, who is a mom of twins! In this conversation, Brandy Mabin discusses her experiences with pregnancy, deliv…
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In this episode, my dear friend Sharon and I discuss how motherhood changed us spiritually and opened us to the present moment. "The present moments are the most beautiful and magical moments." - Sharon Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott TikTok: @entrylevelmom Email: booksbybonnielippincott@…
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Summary In this episode, my dear friend Rebecca and I discuss the post-partum period, nursing, baby blues and preparation. We swap vulnerable and honest stories about this pivotal time in a mother and baby's life. Overall, the conversation emphasizes the need for support, rest, and self-compassion during the postpartum journey. Rebecca's agency is:…
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In this episode, my sweet friend Brooke and I discuss her birth. She shares her two birth stories, which included C-sections. We also discuss being our own advocate, trusting ourselves and being grateful for modern medicine! Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott TikTok: @entrylevelmom Email: bo…
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In this episode, my sweet friend Chrissy and I discuss all things pregnancy. She was my yoga teacher turned friend, and our sons are 2 months apart. Chrissy is brave, kind, powerful and smart, and moved to New Zealand with her family last year! Support the show Website: booksbybonnielippincott.com Instagram: @books_by_bonnie_lippincott TikTok: @ent…
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This is the introduction episode for the Entry Level Mom Podcast. My dear friend Jenae and I discuss pregnancy preparation, pregnancy symptoms, building a community, and fun belly bump photos. We encourage each other through honest and vulnerable conversation! Jenae and Amanda's Podcast is "A Wee Bit Obsessed!" Support the show Website: booksbybonn…
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Caitlin Cook (Off Broadway play "The Writing on the Stall") talks about going to kindergarten with Nic Cage's son, being a camp counselor, and wanting to leave LA for a small city. Check out Caitlin's play: http://www.thecaitlincook.com/ Join the patreon: https://www.patreon.com/entrylevelwithbrookswheelan…
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Will Angus (Almost Friday) talks about growing up doing nothing in Dallas, switching back and forth between business and theater, then graduating exactly as the pandemic hit giving him nothing to do but make sketches. Check out Almost Friday: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCgK6peZI5-FKDCWzMIFk2A Join the patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/ent…
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