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My Three Year Old Will Now Reply To All Of Your Emails

I've given my three year old my laptop to reply to your incoming emails right now. My one-year old might also be chiming in. I'm having a hard time keeping them away from the keyboard. Don't worry, I've invented a magical device that can also translate their thoughts and actions into words. As of Sunday, they are now responsible for my inbox. You can consider them my new personal assistant.

The post My Three Year Old Will Now Reply To All Of Your Emails appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

Potty Training In A Pandemic? My Incomplete Notes (From Memory) — Episode #157

My friend has an almost-two-year old and she asked me "So when do I need to think about potty training?" Yeah, as though you needed anything else to consider in the pandemic. Well, I took a few minutes to brain dump everything I remembered about potty training in a quick dash Voxer message to her, all while doing dishes and cleaning up the boys' room in our house. We both thought that these might be useful memos for you, especially if you happen to be in a similar situation. Consider this an unofficial, scrappy overview of Potty Training that will help you do a good enough job ... for now.

The post Potty Training In A Pandemic? My Incomplete Notes (From Memory) — Episode #157 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

Recess: 5 Minute Resets For Sanity and Calm — Episode #154

One of the hardest things for me is finding a way back to myself amidst the clawing of children, the demands of home, the projects at work, and the to-do lists piled extra high. You know the days—when doing anything longer than 15 minutes seems impossible. Here's a free series of short, five-minute guided audio meditations for everyone who wants them. No catch.

The post Recess: 5 Minute Resets For Sanity and Calm — Episode #154 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

Stuck? Overwhelmed? Getting Out Of A Rut — Episode #156

How do you push the reset button—that ability to feel like you've had a fresh cup of coffee, a good night of sleep, and you're ready to go at work? While we're all clawing at sanity and sobbing quietly into our fourteenth cup of coffee, it's really hard to find the capacity to work and keep your head above water right now. Today's episode is for anyone trying to find a semblance of sanity amidst all of this. If you're stuck, feeling overwhelmed, feeling like you're in a rut—here are a few things that are working for me.

The post Stuck? Overwhelmed? Getting Out Of A Rut — Episode #156 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 
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