Lauren Mixon: Sleep Training, Getting Out of Survival Mode, and Building Healthy Sleep Habits
Summary: Mama needs her sleep! Can I get an Amen? You guys, I am so excited for you to listen to today’s conversation with baby sleep trainer Lauren Mixon as we chat about all things sleep training, as well as what it looks like to get OUT of survival mode and into a place of THRIVING. Whether you’re still in those early newborn days or are further along in your motherhood journey, I believe this episode offers some great encouragement and practical wisdom on how us moms can start to get more rest and better sleep! In today’s episode, Lauren and I chat about: - the heart and backstory behind her work as a baby sleep trainer - common sleep-related struggles moms face - the importance of having good rest and how sleep training can help moms get out of survival mode and into a place of thriving - confusion and controversy surrounding sleep training - practical wisdom and encouragement for the mom who is currently sleep training or thinking about sleep training - sleep training resources, including her Better Sleeping Baby Course Resources Mentioned: Better Sleeping Baby Course: https://www.bettersleepingbaby.com/baby-sleeping-course Better Sleeping Baby Mom Squad Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/442740976572024/ Lauren’s Website: https://laurenamixon.com/ Follow Lauren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurenamixon/ Get my FREE 10 Declarations for the Anxious Mama, your go-to guide for taking your anxious thoughts captive and replacing them with CONFIDENCE and PEACE: http://www.soulcareforthenewmom.com/declarations Learn more about my Mom Empowered coaching program and how I empower moms with the mindset + strategy to ditch their anger and break free from anxiety: http://www.soulcareforthenewmom.com/coaching I want to hear from you! Don’t forget to leave a review and share how Soul Care for the New Mom has been an encouragement to you! Pssst… this also helps more moms discover the podcast so they can be encouraged, too!