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Celebrating Motherhood Series It Takes A Village Podcast

063 // Stepping Out of Survival Mode – Jenni Van Winkle, Lynne Patti, & Kristin Vanderlip

This episode covers the realities of leaning on a village in a time of need, how to ask for help, and ways to step out of survival mode. Featuring Jenni Van Winkle, Lynne Patti, and Kristin Vanderlip, creator of Life Worth Living: A Daily Growth Journal. (affiliate link)
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About Host Emily Sue Allen:

Emily Sue Allen is the founder of Kindred Mom, and she hosts/produces the Kindred Mom podcast. Emily is also a member of several communities for writers (including Hope*Writers and Rise Up Writers, among others) and she is a regular devotional writer for Joyful Life Magazine. Soul care for moms and helping women find joy in the midst of their motherhood journey are among her greatest passions. Emily is a contemplative, creative soul who celebrates the beauty of a humble, handmade life and deeply values the power of encouragement. She lives with her husband and seven kids in the Pacific Northwest, and personally blogs at emilysueallen.com. Find Kindred Mom on Instagram and Facebook, and follow Emily on Instagram to see her most recent family adventures.

 

Guests on this Episode

Lynne Patti

Lynne Patti is a stay at home, homeschooling mama of 5 vibrant children. She is an editor and contributor to the Kindred Mom blog and podcast. Kindred Mom serves as a fulfilling break for Lynne from the every day mom-tasks of Cheerio pouring and fixing “funny socks.” She enjoys singing weekly with a professional choir, Lego building, and most importantly, connecting with good friends over good food. In her adulthood, she has found that God is real, gracious and abounding in love. Lynne and her family live in Los Angeles where, after 16 years, big city living has become their jam.

Read some of Lynne’s writing:
A Grief Experienced / Learning How To Breathe As A New Mom / Prevailing Strength

 

Jennifer Van Winkle

Jennifer Van Winkle is a fun-loving and intentional-but-casual minimalist. She is an editor of and regular contributor to the Kindred Mom Blog and Podcast. Currently, she writes from home with kids underfoot on her personal blog Pepper Sprout Home. She is passionate about squeezing the most fun out of life in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and 3 children. She is always in search of truth and what it looks like to live authentically and if that surrounds a plate of delicious food shared with good friends and family, then she’s pretty much in the happiest place she can imagine. Find Jenni on Instagram.

Read some of Jenni’s Writing:
Poop Mountain  / Go Get Him, Tiger  / Speed Boat : Ocean Liner

 

Kristin Vanderlip

Kristin considers herself an ordinary woman who has known the depths of suffering and despair and knows what it’s like to struggle after experiencing the deaths of her first child and father as well as through her daily life as an Army wife. She writes to help women find hope and live in expectation of God’s promises in the midst of unexpected pain and suffering. She is the author of Life Worth Living: A Daily Growth Journal (affilate link), writes regularly at www.kristinvanderlip.com and has had her words featured on (in)courage, For Every Mom, Women Encouraged, and iola magazine. She lives with her husband, two boys (ages 4 and 7), and calls home wherever the Army sends them, which is currently in TN.

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