When you're a parent, every day brings a "fresh hell" to deal with. In other words, there's always something. Think of us as your funny mom friends who are here to remind you: you're not alone, and it won't always be this hard. We're Amy and Margaret, both busy moms of three kids, but with completely different parenting styles. Margaret is a laid-back to the max; Amy never met a spreadsheet or an organizational system she didn't like. In each episode of "What Fresh Hell" we offer lots of laughs, but also practical advice, parenting strategies, and tips to empower you in your role as a mom. We explore self-help techniques, as well as ways to prioritize your own needs, combat stress, and despite the invisible workload we all deal with, find joy amidst the chaos of motherhood. If you've ever wondered "why is my kid..." then one of us has probably been there, and we're here to tell you what we've learned along the way. We unpack the behaviors and developmental stages of toddlers, tweens, a... more
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After listening for well over a year now, I often find myself wondering what would Amy & Margaret do when I encounter life’s daily surprises & hiccups. This podcast is one of those rare gems - a true, entertaining delight, combined with valuable & productive insights. Listening to them chat about topics that are also on mind feels like a great & meaningful gab sesh with girlfriends. I feel seen, heard…and most importantly, not crazy! Thanks for doing what you do ladies - please know you are a br... more
This is the perfect parenting podcast—interesting and informative topics, great dynamic between the hosts, and fun to listen to. I always come away feeling like I just hung out with two friends who totally get it, and I appreciate the new perspectives and humor they infuse into the topics. Also, if you’re looking for a gift for yourself, I highly recommend subscribing! The show’s ads aren’t bad, but it’s so satisfying to listen to episodes without interruptions (at least from ads—kid interruptio... more
One of my fav parenting podcasts.
WFH makes me laugh and provides great advice each episode. It feels like catching up with girlfriends!
My favorite podcast-these ladies are funny!
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