Jan 19
Hot Mama MoJo
What happens when you have a baby and how can you best work on understand your new life and get your body back in shape? Joining us today is mother and author of One Hot Mama: The Guide to Getting Your Mind and Body Back After Baby, Erin Cox to talk about that and more!

We're discussing it all with Erin - the challenges of managing your new life once your baby arrives, how to tackle getting your body back in shape, the introspective questions that happen for many new moms about who they are in their lives now that the baby has come.

Going through her own journey through motherhood, Erin realized there really wasn't anything out there to help new moms with the kinds of issues she wanted help with and she's used the tools that helped her to pass that information and help forward.  It's an engaging, honest, uplifting and empowering conversation that you won't want to miss!

For more information about Erin, please visit www.erincox.com and you don't want to miss out on her book! Find more information on that and the wisdom it contains at www.onehotmamabook.com.

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