086: How to Have More Sex (Even When You Don’t Think You Want To) | Isiah McKimmie

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082: Break Through Your Stress to Feel Patient, Confident and Energised | Giselle Monbiot

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080: How to Become Unstoppable as a Boss Mom, and a Family Mom | Dana Malstaff

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079: Why Thriving Mums are More Likely to Have Thriving Children | Clare Crew

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067: Edit your Life, the Key to Minimalist Parenting | Christine Koh

Minimalism can seem like a ridiculous dream when you’re up to your eyes in kiddy paraphernalia. But Editing Your Life doesn’t mean having a spartan home or a frugal lifestyle.

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066: Stop ‘Doing’ and Start ‘Being’ (At Least for a While) | Michelle Dawson

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064: What I Learned from Childhood about the Importance of Embracing Change | Lisa York

Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end
[Robin Sharma]

I don’t think I’ve ever reflected on my own childhood as much as I have since becoming a mum myself. I expect you feel the same.

Your childhood experiences shape and mould the things you do as a mum. You’ve bought your rituals from a time when you were a kid yourself into your own family today.


All the fun stuff. Like having pizza and a movie on a Friday night.
But there are also the things that you’ve decided never to do with your own brood. Because you don’t want them to feel the way you did growing up.
I hadn’t realised until I became a mum why I’m so pro change. Why I’m all for taking control of your life. And why I’m a firm believer that you have the power to shape your own future.


Turns out, it stems from my own childhood.

This week on High Five Friday, I talk about the importance of embracing change. Because if you don’t, it can cause a whole heap of problems that you didn’t bargain for.

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Do you embrace change or do you bury your head in the sand like an ostrich? Does taking steps towards creating a different life fill you with fear?

Tell me what you think about todays show. I’d love to hear from you in the comments

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

QUOTE AUTHOR: Robin Sharma

PREVIOUS EPISODE: 051: Change your Food, Change your Mood, Change your Life | Bel Smith


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Lisa York

Lisa believes a happy mum brings up happy kids who become happy adults. With four children aged 7, 6, 4 and 2, finding time for herself is an ongoing challenge. But she’s trying.

Lisa lives with her family in Canberra, Australia.

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