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Hardy Mom - Help for Health Challenged Moms

With 7 kids ages 10-32 and multiple health challenges, Jen's got a unique perspective on how to live well and get things done, even when it's tough.


How does that help you? She shares her tips and tricks that she's learned over those years - what really works and what doesn’t - because you  want to focus your energy where it makes the most impact. As a Catholic Mom, she’s learned that a focus on faith is important to living a quality life, and it’s important she shares how to incorporate that into daily living.


Whether you’ve got physical challenges, like migraines, diabetes, fibromyalgia etc. or you’re struggling through anxiety or depression, Jen can help you live well. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word Hardy means: "robust; capable of enduring difficult conditions.” And that's what we are, Hardy Moms. Want more? Go to and check out the latest episodes and more!


Welcome and God Bless!

Jun 20, 2018

"If you take nothing else from this (episode), it's recognizing that it's actually quite a radical act of self-respect to allow yourself to rest when you're tired." -Brodie Welch

Brodie helps caring, high-achieving, women put themselves on their own to-do lists so they can trade stress and burnout for energy, joy, and...

Jun 13, 2018

Victoria Lewin is currently working on a book series for schools in the UK called, "Who Cares for Us?" She is compiling contributions from young carers and their families all over the world. It's covering young carers awareness, disability awareness, and anti-bullying awareness. The first book in the series is due to be...

Jun 6, 2018

BIO: Bri Pruitt is a wife, Mom, RN and Certified Health Coach who is passionate about guiding you to a nontoxic lifestyle so that you can experience true wellness.

Bri has eliminated many of her symptoms: brain fog, headaches, etc. by simply eliminating chemicals in her home. Today, she talks about simple ways to change...

Jun 1, 2018

It’s summer, and kids everywhere are saying things like: Are we there yet?  I'm bored, what can I do? I don't want to help clean up, why are you making me?  The same things happen all the time, especially on school breaks & weekends. You can't stop those questions from coming, but you can be prepared with answers!...