Lose the Cape is a place for encouraging busy moms and providing tips, tricks, and resources to make life easier for ALL moms.
The Lose the Cape podcast is all about real talk from life experienced women… celebrating, empowering, and encouraging the woman behind the kids, marriage and business.
We shouldn’t have to be! You are a SUPER mom without having to be a superhero!
We want to help you LOSE THE CAPE! Empower yourself by recognizing your strengths and being happy with who you are and the decisions you make as a mother.
Contact us at email@example.com
Check out our books, available on Amazon!
Hope you’ll check out our blog, and listen to our Podcast Series – There’s Just Not Enough Time in the Day – where we interview busy moms about their daily routine and find out how other moms get it all done!
About the Creators
Alexa Bigwarfe is a freelance writer, wife, and mother of three children and a dog. In addition to raising her children, managing her home, and writing, Alexa’s heart is in advocacy and raising funds to support nonprofit organizations involved with infant, children and women’s issues. Alexa launched her writing with her personal blog No Holding Back, (katbiggie.com). Here she chronicles topics including health and wellness, living with autoimmune diseases, and most importantly, her grief after the loss of one of her twin daughters to complications from Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS). Alexa took the experience from that painful life event and channeled it into a compilation book for grieving mothers entitled Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother. She has also been published in two anthologies, The Mother of All Meltdowns and The HerStories Project. Alexa enjoys writing articles about parenting and children’s health and wellness topics for regional parenting publications and online magazines. In her “spare” time, you can find Alexa enjoying time with her girlfriends or hiding in her closet for some “alone” time.
Aubrey Mathis is the mother of two little cowgirls. When she’s not blogging from the rodeo bleachers you can find her obsessing over red lipstick and changing the way we acknowledge grief with her business Today May Suck, a comfort company providing gifts that offer compassion blended with comedic relief to your peeps going through the suckiest of times.
Kerry Rivera is a full-time working mom of three kids with a to-do list that stretches to “infinity and beyond.” Between a demanding corporate gig, the nightly homework and kids’ activities, and managing a household with her full-time working husband, she blogs about the “juggle” at BreadwinningMama.com. Her career journey started in the newsroom trenches and has since transitioned to working for one of the largest global automotive companies. She additionally writes for corporations, government agencies and brands in her “spare” time, and especially enjoys sharing the joys of modern parenthood around the web. Her love for content creation is only trumped by her love for content consumption. Her Kindle and nightstand are equally full, and a stack of magazines can be found in every room of the house. As a Southern California native, she takes advantage of the outdoors, enjoying both the beaches and mountains with family and friends, and loves to caffeinate with Starbucks Refreshers and Coke. She aspires to perfect a handstand in yoga, but is still working on touching her toes.
Join the Mom Squad!
Get our Ebook: Simple and Fun Goal Setting Strategies for Busy Moms! Think like a CEO and Get More Done for FREE when you sign up for our Mom Squad Newsletter
Latest posts by Alexa Bigwarfe (see all)
- Big time giveaway in Celebration of 50th Podcast episode - January 25, 2017
- When your baby dies - October 15, 2016
- The Terrible, No Good, Rotten First day of Kindergarten - September 19, 2016