Workshops

January 11

Returning to Work Without the Stress

The return to work after parental leave is filled with moving parts. The logistics of childcare, pumping at the office, and the increased mental load are enough to make anyone feel stressed. Even parents who love their jobs and want to be working feel anxious, resentful, and overwhelmed by the idea of balancing their old career with their new family. 

 

You’ll create a personalized roadmap to ensure a smooth and easy transition back to work. Learn about the pros and cons of different childcare options, the best tips and tricks for pumping at the office, and communication tools to advocate for yourself as a new parent.

1pm EST

Registration Link Coming Soon

January 11

Exclusive Pumping 101: Maximize Your Supply, Get Control of Your Schedule, and Save Your Sanity

Learn how you can make your pumping experience easier and more manageable in your everyday life. You’ll get realistic and actionable tips and tricks to maximize your supply, create a pumping schedule, and maintain your sanity.

5pm EST

This workshop is in partnership with The Wounded Warrior Project and is open to members only. If you want to learn more about WWP or would like to join the go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org

January 18

Postpartum Planning 

You’ve read the newborn care books, you’ve got a birth plan, and you even attended a breastfeeding workshop. But what about you?

 

Learn what to expect from your body, your mind, and your hormones after you have a baby. You’ll create a personalized plan that will include creating healthy boundaries, feeding options, and getting all the necessary gear for your recovery (ever wonder what a padsicle is?) All with your mental and physical health in mind.

5pm EST

This workshop is in partnership with The Wounded Warrior Project and is open to members only. If you want to learn more about WWP or would like to join the go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org

January 24

Exclusive Pumping 101: Maximize Your Supply, Get Control of Your Schedule, and Save Your Sanity

Learn how you can make your pumping experience easier and more manageable in your everyday life. You’ll get realistic and actionable tips and tricks to maximize your supply, create a pumping schedule, and maintain your sanity. 

 

I exclusively pumped for both of my babies and knows firsthand how overwhelming it can be. But with the right schedule, tools, and support - pumping doesn’t have to suck.

1pm EST

Registration Link Coming Soon

January 25

Prenatal Breastfeeding and Pumping

There’s really nothing quite like breastfeeding. It’s a completely unique experience and unlike anything you’ve done before. That’s why, whether you’re planning to nurse, pump, or both, preparing ahead of time is key. 

 

Get all of the info you need to start on the right foot without being overwhelmed. You’ll learn the basics of how milk supply works, what breastfeeding looks like in an ideal situation, and how to recognize when you might need some extra help.

5pm EST

This workshop is in partnership with The Wounded Warrior Project and is open to members only. If you want to learn more about WWP or would like to join the go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org

January 27

Returning to Work Without the Stress

The return to work after parental leave is filled with moving parts. The logistics of childcare, pumping at the office, and the increased mental load are enough to make anyone feel stressed. Even parents who love their jobs and want to be working feel anxious, resentful, and overwhelmed by the idea of balancing their old career with their new family. 

 

In this workshop, you’ll create a personalized roadmap to ensure a smooth and easy transition back to work. Learn about the pros and cons of different childcare options, the best tips and tricks for pumping at the office, and communication tools to advocate for yourself as a new parent.

5pm EST

This workshop is in partnership with The Wounded Warrior Project and is open to members only. If you want to learn more about WWP or would like to join the go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org