Monthly Archives: April 2016

‘Why I’ve Got A Placenta In My Freezer’ | Inside Voice 13


Glynis Ratcliffe from The Joy of Cooking (for Little Assholes) reads her fantastically funny essay ‘Why I’ve Got A Placenta In My Freezer.’

Glynis Ratcliffe is a singer and writer by trade and a creative soul by birth. Together with her husband, they negotiate parenting a teenager, a fournado and a sweet toddler who doesn’t know how the hell he ended up in this mess. Hilarity ensues. So do the meltdowns. Glynis’ writing can be found on The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, The Mid, BluntMoms, and on her blog, The Joy of Cooking (for Little Assholes).

Links Mentioned In This Episode

The Joy of Cooking (for Little Assholes)

Glynis Ratcliffe | FB

Twitter

‘Why I’ve Got A Placenta In My Freezer’

BLUNTmoms

Romper

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‘Self-Made Wellionaire’ | Inside Voice 12


Jill Ginsberg is an author, speaker, health coach and mother of three wild little humans. She combines her offbeat humor with her wellness and business knowledge to teach busy people everywhere how to run their lives like a boss. Jill’s wellness articles and parenting humor have been featured on The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy and TODAY Parents, among other notable sites. Her entertaining self-help book titled Self-Made Wellionaire is being published by Flower of Life Press on May 1st. She’s also the voice behind thejillist.com, an irreverent parenting and lifestyle blog that helps moms lose their shit and get it together – all at the same time. You can also follow her on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.

Jill reads an excerpt from her hilarious debut book Self-Made Wellionaire. Are you ready to finally get your shit together? Pre-order your copy today!

In this hilariously entertaining self-health book, author, speaker and health coach, Jill Ginsberg, offers a compelling new system for implementing wellness change.

Utilizing strategies and tools that have become gold standard in companies around the world, Jill helps busy people become the CEO’s of their own lives. With simple exercises, comedic insight and a no-holds-barred style, she shows you how to:

  • Take charge of your life so you can start making wellions
  • Set yourself up for real success
  • Stop feeling crappy and start feeling radiant

If you want to know what it really feels like to be rich, read Self-Made Wellionaire. Because nothing is more empowering than feeling good—and nothing feels better than laughing your ass(et) off.

Links Mentioned In This Episode:

Self-Made Wellionaire | Book

selfmadewellionaire.com

jillginsberg.com

Jill Ginsberg, Author, Speaker, Coach | FB

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‘The Piercing Incident’ | Inside Voice 11


Amy Hunter from The Outnumbered Mother reads her laugh out loud essay ‘The Piercing Incident.’ Labor and delivery is chock-full of surprises but it usually doesn’t entail bolt cutters on the operating table. Hold onto your vaginas, this is one wild ride!

Amy grew up in the suburbs of Long Island singing Barbara Streisand hits into her hairbrush.  When she’s not writing her hilarity fueled parenting memoir as The Outnumbered Mother, she’s a Florida living, butt wiping, soccer team carting, gourmet chef attempting, tennis skirt wearing, non-tennis playing, self-proclaimed bad mamma jamma to 3 sons and a very understanding husband.  Find her on her blog, The Outnumbered Mother, on Facebook and Twitter.

Links Mentioned In This Episode:

The Outnumbered Mother | Blog

The Outnumbered Mother | Facebook

It’s Really 10 Months Special Delivery: A Collection of Stories from Girth to Birth

Scary Mommy

The Happiest, Healthiest City in The US is Naples, Florida

Toddler vs. The Water Fountain

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‘What My Mother Taught Me About Being Poor But Getting Things Done’ | Inside Voice 10


Sarah Cottrell from Housewife Plus reads her heartwarming essay ‘What My Mother Taught Me About Being Poor But Getting Things Done.’ She talks about the life lessons learned from her tenacious mother and how she manages her own family in rural Maine.

Follow Sarah Cottrell on Facebook where you can keep up with the fun! As a Maine-based writer, Sarah is the voice behind Housewife Plus at the Bangor Daily News and is a regular contributor to Scary Mommy. She is a co-author in several books including I Still Just Want To Pee Alone from the New York Times Bestselling series.

Links Mentioned In This Episode:

Housewife Plus | Bangor Daily News

Housewife Plus | Facebook

Scary Mommy

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