Featuring Jen Lumanlan of Your Parenting Mojo

Research-based ideas
to help kids thrive

PODCAST GUEST APPEARANCES
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PREGNANCY PODCAST
Learn about evidence-based parenting on some of the most important things for the first year. This episode covers topics like attachment, sleep, and play. Plus, some research-based tactics to make sure you are nurturing yourself as a parent and meeting your own needs as you build a relationship with your baby.
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FUTURE FOCUSED PARENTING
How Research Can Help You Be Future Focused with Jen Lumanlan of the Your Parenting Mojo Podcast
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CURIOUS NEURON
Many of us have been homeschooling our children because of Covid. We might have the idea that homeschooling means sitting at a desk for hours and hours on end. We might feel that a child doesn’t socialize enough if they are homeschooling. Listen to our chat about some of these misconceptions around homeschooling and we dive into interest-led learning. 
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THE FEMINIST SHOP
If you are a parent, if you ever think of becoming one, or if you know any parent at all that could do with some extra reassurance and tips regarding respectful parenting Jen is your woman. She knows lots and what she doesn't yet know about she researches! 
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BLENDED FAMILY PODCAST
They say 'the more you tell, the more you sell' which is true... but only if people actually read what you write. People read text that's punchy, interesting and helps them make a good buying decision.
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PYSCHOLOGISTS OFF THE CLOCK
Parenting is stressful right now. This is because we are educating our kids at home while juggling work with limited childcare. We are also navigating difficult, important conversations about racism, the pandemic, and world events. How can we regain our sanity and parent in a way that is meaningful? Join us for a conversation with Jen Lumanlan
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MINDFUL MAMA
Have you ever wondered if you are parenting the “right” way? Our podcast guest Jen Lumanlan did and decided that she would go to the research to figure out how to parent her child. She discovered what was worth paying attention to and what wasn’t, and it allowed her to let go of some core tenets of parenting.
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ONE BAD MOTHER
Biz and Theresa ponder the age old concept: “It’s cute, till it isn’t.” Be it singing or asking questions or adorable bedtime routines, it’s all cute…till it isn’t.  Does it stop being cute with time? When we’re out of patience? When a friend stops by and we notice they don’t think it’s cute? Plus, Biz brought the fudge, Theresa makes some changes and we talk to Jen Lumanlan of the podcast Your Parenting Mojo.
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THE HARDCORE SELF-HELP PODCAST
This episode features an interview with Jen Lumanlan from Your Parenting Mojo. In her own words, "I don’t have much in the way of parenting instinct but I make up for it with outstanding research skills." Interestingly, by way of analyzing the research on parenting and starting her own podcast, she has been able to develop a true intuition and ease for parenting.
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THE WELLNESS MAMA PODCAST
They say 'the more you tell, the more you sell' which is true... but only if people actually read what you write. People read text that's punchy, interesting and helps them make a good buying decision.
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AUTHENTIC PARENTING
Keeping Cool When Your Kids Push Your Buttons
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EXPECTFUL
Respect, Love & Science-Based Parenting with Jen Lumanlan. What if you could use science to help you create a respectful and loving relationship with your children?
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NEWBIES
We all want our children to do what we tell them to do. But even the most obedient children fall short sometimes. So, when is it time to discipline your child? What systems seem to work best? And how do you make this transition when your child is just now learning right from wrong?
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EXPLORING UNSCHOOLING
In this episode, we’re going to dive deep into the journey surrounding your decision that homeschooling, and ultimately unschooling, was going to be the path for your family. So, let’s start at the beginning. School is definitely the conventional path for children and learning. What sparked you to even consider that that path might not be for you guys?
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PRESCHOOL AND BEYOND
They say 'the more you tell, the more you sell' which is true... but only if people actually read what you write. People read text that's punchy, interesting and helps them make a good buying decision.
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FIND THE MAGIC PODCAST
So many of us are facing a big decision this Fall, will we be teaching our kids at home? Or maybe we have no choice at all. So many of us are being thrown into the role as teacher and parent. This week Felica is interviewing Jen Lumanlan of Your Parenting Mojo
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DISCOVER YOUR TALENT, DO WHAT YOU LOVE
We are so invested in our children. It’s as if our children are a reflection of ourselves. If our children don’t succeed then we haven’t succeeded as parents. But we can’t think of our children that way. They have to have their own lives, their own paths, and be able to figure things out for themselves. So the number one principle is ‘just back off a little bit
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THE SHAMELESS MOM ACADEMY
A lot of Jen’s friends think it’s pretty ironic that she never thought she would be a parent because she didn’t have an inkling of a motherly instinct in her body.
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ENGINE MOM
There are more differences between any two boys or any two girls than there are between boys and girls how gender 'norms' are a social construct, and begins at a very young age how children form and understand social groups and learn to expect certain interactions through routines three things to do when addressing gender with your children and why it's important to correct ideas / gender stereotypes every time if you're goal is to break those stereotypes
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MOMPLETE
Meet Mom In Business, Jen Lumanlan, host of the Your Parenting Mojo podcast, suitable for parents of toddlers and preschoolers. Jen is a firm believer in research-based parenting and to this end, she holds an M.Ed and an M.S. in Psychology (Child Development). Jen lives in California, USA with her husband and daughter.
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GUEST POSTS
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How to tame your triggers around your kids
Why Kids Test Our Limits & What to Do About It
5 ways homeschool is better than Zoom school
How to make it through the rest of summer and keep your cool
News Flash: Being Away from Your Baby Won’t Break Them
Parents, We Need to Talk about White Privilege
Opinion: Babies Are Never Too Young To Give Consent

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