San Francisco-based Meghan Litchfield is a former e-commerce executive turned entrepreneur who was fed up with clothes that didn’t fit. After having two kids, her proportions had naturally changed — as had those of most of her friends. Rather than blame her body, she asked the radical question, “WTF is wrong with clothes?” First, Meghan grilled designers and manufacturers to figure out how sizing really works and why it fails women. Then, she threw herself into a year of R+D to re-imagine the traditional supply chain. The result was RedThread: the first apparel company that creates custom-fit garments to each…

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Today’s guest, Hannah Williams, is the delightful (and super down-to-earth) host of the newest digital series, Mom In Progress. A writer and producer of food segments for BuzzFeed for several years, Hannah uses her innate on-camera skills to give folks a glimpse into her life raising her adorable two young boys, Jackson and Wyatt. Seriously, this woman is a riot, and you’re gonna love hearing about her adventures as a mom trying to make it all work — and having fun, too. In this easygoing chat, Hannah talks about how the series came to be and the effect it has had…

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When I became a mom, I found a deep inner strength that I didn’t even realized I had. Because having a baby is hard. And raising a kid is even harder. via GIPHY And I’m not the only one. Based on the results of a national study done by Planet Fitness, 79 percent of moms feel stronger after having a kids. And! A whopping 74 percent of the population says that their mom is the strongest person they know. But, despite all that awesomeness, 92 percent admit that they accept their partner’s body better than their own. Which isn’t surprising —…

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Siri Daly is not only the creator of the Siriously Delicious food blog, author of Seriously Delicious: 100 Nutritious (and Not So Nutritious) Simple Recipes for the Real Home Cook, and the spouse of Today and The Voice co-host Carson Daly, but she is also the mom to three active kids. This woman knows what it means to be busy! In this fun, breezy discussion, we chat with Siri about how the self-taught “passionate home cook” manages so many meals and schedules in her day while remaining (relatively) sane.   Siri spent years working in television production before embracing life as…

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