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How to Add Meaning to the Mundane

Cheri Strange

How to Add Meaning to the Mundane

Podcast #24

This episode of the She Yearns Podcast is the newest installment in the new series, More Than a Blur–Making Motherhood Matter. Let’s face it. Mom life can seem boring at best and, well, we’ve all experienced the endless cycles of dirty laundry, messy floors, and saying the same thing a thousand times to a seemingly deaf and defiant audience. How do you and I live past all the mundane endeavors of motherhood and parent beyond ordinary? In this installment of the series, More than a Blur, Cheri brings three helpful steps to the forefront for moving toward attaining this goal. This series continues to be real, raw, and absolutely hope-filled.

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Cheri

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