Whew! We made it to a whole year as a mom podcast! In this episode I go over why I started Mommifaceted, what were some of the biggest episodes and top themes of black moms that emerged, and where Mommifaceted is going.

I dreamed for Mommifaceted to be a podcast for black moms which highlights mothers not featured in mainstream media. It is created to provide inspiration and encouragement for moms that don’t want to just thrive, but to excel, and to let moms know they aren’t alone. And this has happened! As a result of the podcast, moms are starting their own blogs, starting their own podcasts, and finding joy and comfort in knowing they think like other moms and experience some of the same things.

I’ve become a think tank on all things black motherhood – so here are the recurring themes that black mothers are feeling and dealing with:

  • We feel so many things – and are more than just moms
  • We are constantly trying to get better
  • We love and desire community
  • We are more intentional and focused on our priorities
  • We still deal with comparison, impatience, fatigue and feeling unorganized

If you want to re-listen or catch up on the biggest episodes of the past year, here they are!

Intimacy and Marriage as a Busy Mom and Entrepreneur with Phylicia Masonheimer

Real Feelings about Motherhood with Rachel Pierre

Refusing to Be Dimmed with Julee wilson (Essence Magazine)

Finding Your Mom Tribe with Kimberly-Chloe Wilson (The Butter Bar Skincare)

Managing a Family as Life Pivots with Courtney Caldwell (ShearShare)

Creating Space Where it Doesn’t Exist with Patrice Cameau (CAMPspace)