ITA #53 – No More Mommy Brain – Finding the Time for Learning – An Interview with Stephanie Langford and Erin Odom

By September 5, 2014Podcast

Motherhood can be an incredible season of learning and it doesn’t have to just be about motherhood related topics. Today, I’m chatting with Stephanie Langford and Erin Odom – the amazing (and wonderfully humble) women behind about how they have made time for learning about all kinds of things, ranging from cloth diapering to traveling around the world, all while raising a crew of little ones.

Grab your headphones, join us for a chat and keep reading to learn more!


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  3. Click here to visit Erin’s blog.
  4. Love the song in the outro? It’s called God Day. It’s by Jen Stanbro and you can get it on iTunes by clicking here and check out Jen’s site by clicking here.

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  • Amanda says:

    I really liked this podcast too (even though I love all of them). Podcasts are the easiest way for me to learn right now, because otherwise I usually only have 10 minute bursts to read here and there, but I’ve been amazed at how fast you really can go through a book just 10 minutes at a time at a consistent pace. More than any other season of life, motherhood has taught me how important it is to be intentional about my growth, otherwise it just won’t happen! Thank you for all the great inspiration you provide,

  • Amanda says:

    Great podcast! I hate to be repetitive about John C. Maxwell, but I’m reading his book the, The 15 invaluable laws of growth, and the first law is the law of intentionality (growth doesn’t just happen). His premise being If you do grow “by accident” it’s just because you’re around others who are growing so you’re being fertilized and watered by them. He said out of everything the number one reason for his success (apart from Jesus) was investing in his own personal growth. He never tried to be the best in his field, he just tried to be his best version of himself. Anyways, it makes me happy to hear I’m not the only one with a podcast on in the background; it’s the easiest way to learn in this season of motherhood. And I love reading at night. Sometimes I read in the day ten minutes here and there for a mental break. I’ve been surprised at how quickly I can read a book just by consistently putting in ten minutes a day. It adds up.