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Positive Parenting Benefits the Whole Family w/Shari Medini

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As moms, we know how unpredictable life can be, so it’s normal to have some bad days. However, they should always be in the minority, and if they aren’t, it may be time to take a look at our parenting strategies.

Could our present approach be making us more susceptible to an endless cycle of ‘off’ days? Where are we going wrong? 

Can we switch it up so the good days outnumber the bad?

In this episode, co-author of Parenting While Working from Home and co-owner of AdoreThemParenting.com, Shari Medini shares how to implement positive parenting.

“No one should have to just “survive” until bedtime. There are bad days, but they should not be the majority.”

Shari Medini

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • Why we need to be mindful of what we’re taking in
    Parenting isn’t always glamorous, and that’s what makes cynically funny blogs so relatable. However, while it’s important to validate our experiences, getting too caught up in the negatives will only add to our frustrations, so we have to remind ourselves of the good, too.  
  • How to create a more positive dynamic with our kids
    ‘Because I said so’ is often a go-to response when our kids question us, but it’s not the most conducive to their learning. By explaining to our children why they need to do something, we can open up a conversation, rather than issue commands. 
  • Why positive parenting isn’t lax parenting
    Positive parenting isn’t about giving our kids free rein to do whatever they want: in fact, it’s a way to give them more responsibility, while setting boundaries. This gives them the space to make their own decisions with our guidance, instead of our micromanagement.

Guest Bio- 

Shari Medini is the co-author of Parenting while Working from Home and co-owner of AdoreThemParenting.com, alongside her business partner, Karissa Tunis. With six kids between the two of them and over a decade of work from home experience, both Shari and Karissa love sharing strategies that help fellow parents minimize the overwhelm while trying to juggle it all.

To find out more, visit her: FacebookAdore Them Instagram |Personal InstagramAdore Them TwitterPersonal Twitter


More about Parenting while Working from Home – A Monthly Guide to Help Parents Balance Their Careers, Connect with Their Kids, and Establish Their Inner strength:

Parenting in December is very different from parenting in July―especially while working from home!

As more parents work from home than ever before, there are unique challenges when it comes to meeting the demands of their job, helping their kids thrive, and finding even five minutes to take care of themselves. Parenting While Working from Home offers tips, strategies, and reflections to help parents balance their careers, connect with their kids, and establish their inner strength over a year.

Parenting experts and founders of the popular website, Adore Them Parenting, Karissa Tunis, and Shari Medini share actionable tips, heartfelt insight, and planning strategies to help you enjoy your parenting journey while working from home. Building on the authors’ own experiences and the most common challenges they hear parents voicing today, Parenting While Working from Home encourages parents to make intentional changes that will result in happier families and thriving careers.

This practical guide will teach you how to:

  • Manage your time so that both your kids and your job get the attention they need
  • Build a professional network and maintain your productivity from home
  • Create a kid-friendly environment that encourages independence and strong sibling bonds
  • Consistently tune in to your own needs so that you can meet your true potential
  • And so much more

While it isn’t always easy, working from home while raising a family can (and should) be an incredible experience. Parenting While Working from Home offers comfort in shared struggles, new solutions, and calmer days ahead!

Get your copy  here.


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She is a mother, author, speaker, messaging strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She believes that too many brilliant moms are struggling to figure out how to grow their business while balancing all that is required to be a good mom, partner, and woman. So many moms are trying to grow their business using trends that feel inauthentic and aren't realistic for their inconsistent schedules. She has helped thousands of women become known for their brain and not their dance moves

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