Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Conservation of Momentum

It's official: there will never be enough hours in a day to stay caught up with everything I want to do. That's a stressful thought but also a relief in a way. Coming to this conclusion gives me permission to draw the line each day, to say that it enough for now.

Work will still be there tomorrow.

So, as I have spread myself as thin as the last glob of peanut butter trying to eke out one more sandwich, I haven't been blogging as much as usual but I have been working on The Mojo Mom Podcast. We have GREAT guests lined up for the next few shows. Later this week I'll post a new episode with Elizabeth Irvine, author of Healthy Mother, Healthy Child, a beautiful book about creating balance and wellness in everyday life.

Then next in the lineup we have Gail Evans, author of She Wins, You Win and Leslie Bennetts, author of the controversial new book The Feminine Mistake. I hope I have built up my SAHM-credibility enough over the years to say that even if you don't like Leslie Bennetts' message you owe it to youself to at least listen to her interview. I haven't spoken to her yet, so I don't know how it will turn out, but I am confident that a two-way conversation will be enlightening and revealing. I have to say that even though I disagree with her on substantial points, I have learned something important from her book and the intense reaction to it.

The Mojo Mom Podcast is in search of an ever-expanding audience, and we are thrilled to be partnering with MotherTalk, Miriam Peskowitz, Andi Buchanan and Stacy DeBroff's brainchild that connects Moms and authors through literary salons, blog tours, and more. Elizabeth Irvine is our first podcast guest who has come to us through MotherTalk. Stay tuned for more news about our partnership.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Shawn said...

Amy, I am an avid listener of your podcast, so I am so excited to see the upcoming guests of the show! You always do amazing interviews, and I can't wait to hear them!

9:35 PM  
Blogger PunditMom said...

Congrats! I love the women at MotherTalk and have enjoyed being part of their book tours and aslons!

11:10 AM  

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