Chaos N' Cookies

Following the crumbs in the chaos is a full time job. As a busy mom of three and keeping it weird in Austin, Texas, it’s safe to say that my life is never boring. In addition to running my coaching business as C’N’C’s CEO, I’m a certified coach for a premier virtual fitness and nutrition program helping others feel better while sustaining a healthy lifestyle. My mom and dad are thrilled that I’m putting my Exercise Science degree to good use. Along with my experience training pro athletes, S.W.A.T. members, and a high school football team, I gained 10+ years experience as the Director of Marketing building multiple court reporting companies. Lastly, I am a published writer, Content Coordinator, and Account Executive for a publication by Best Version Media. They even gave me a monthly “How to” column where I teach others how to be more self-sufficient with common household tasks. Every woman should know how their home functions and what to do if something malfunctions, man or no man. With my husband on the road, searching “How To” on the internet has transformed me into a “Mommy MacGyver”. “I don’t know how you have the time...

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 33m. Bisher sind 73 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 16 hours 4 minutes


episode 71: Finding Self-Love with Eva Rodriguez

After facing back-to-back losses Eva Rodriguez, founder of the Uncomplicated Weight Loss Podcast and Eva Fit, literally hit the floor. She knew that she needed to make the changes to be able to see her worth! She went on the journey to better herself not just for her son but for HER! Eva found that loving herself and changing her habits was something that she could give back to other women and moms so that they too could see their worth while staying healthy and fit.



episode 70: Entrepreneur Finance with Danielle Hayden

Finances are a part of our everyday lives, both professionally and personally. As entrepreneurs we focus on our zone of genius within our business but if your business isn’t finance, do you have someone in your corner to help? Danielle Hayden, owner of Kickstart Accounting, Inc, and her team are the people that you want in your corner to help with all your bookkeeping, finance, and tax questions...



episode 69: Science Matters with Valerie Tripp

Do you have a book from your childhood that makes you smile? For me, it's the American Girl Doll series! I had the pleasure of sitting down with American Girl Doll author Valerie Tripp to talk about her previous publications and her newest book, Izzy Newton and the S.M.A.R.T. Squad: Newton’s Flaw. Valerie’s newest series inspires girls and boys to explore, invent, and challenge themselves in order to learn and grow through science.



episode 68: Family and Fitness with Jeffrey and Stephanie Fleck

Finding the right business partner is a crucial part of any business. For certified FASTer Way to Fat Loss Coaches and married couple, Jeffrey and Stephanie Fleck, going into business together was an obvious choice. They have been able to turn their experience in the fitness industry, family, and marriage into a successful health and wellness business. We had the opportunity to talk about how to incorporate fitness, nutrition, family, and even baking into our everyday lives.



episode 67: Makeup and Motherhood with Lauren Vena

Makeup and glamour is Lauren Vena’s business. As a celebrity makeup artist, business owner, and mother of two, Lauren came to a realization that her children see past the makeup when they look at her. Her latest book, My Mom...The Best Mom Ever, dives deep into the beauty that children see in their mother...



episode 66: Podcasting with Melissa Guller

Podcasting has become a booming business and platform for entrepreneurs and business owners. I had the opportunity to chat with Melissa Guller, owner of Wit & Wire, to discuss the ins and outs of podcasting. We discussed how hosting a podcast can be beneficial to your business, the power of being a guest, amazing ways to recirculate content through podcasting, and more. Whether you're just starting out or have 50 episodes these tips will help grow your podcast and business!


 2021-12-14  27m

episode 65: Finding Freedom with Lauren Golden

After bringing home two babies within two years Lauren Golden, founder of The Free Mama Movement, found that she wasn’t showing up as the mom she wanted to be while working her traditional 9-5 job. She has taken her experiences and created a community and business where she helps other moms succeed at both motherhood and financial stability.


 2021-12-07  40m

episode 64: The Throwback List with Lily Anderson

Growing up as a biracial kid in Northern California, author Lily Anderson, finding books that featured people that were like her were hard to come by. As an author Lily has been able to bring those characters to life in the books that she writes and in her newest young adult novel, The Throwback List, she writes not only about the diversity of people but of experiences as well. We chat about her newest book, musicals, and what it takes to see a book from start to finish.


 2021-11-30  35m

episode 63: Content Creation with Katrina Aronson | CNC63

Being an entrepreneur comes with so many layers that have to be worked through and thought out, with a common layer being marketing and content creation. Katrina Aronson, online business coach and entrepreneur, has worked through and mastered using marketing. We sat down and talked about the experience and lessons you can learn from both successful and unsuccessful reactions to content and marketing.


 2021-11-23  41m

episode 62: The 21st Century Chaos Collection with Susan Goldberg

Could you imagine having some of the best photos from around the world at your fingertips? It’s possible! I had the pleasure of sitting down with Susan Goldberg, National Geographics editor-in-chief, to chat about Nat Geo’s biggest book, The 21st Century: Photographs from the Image Collection. The book displays some of the most amazing photos reflecting on the first 21 years of the 21st century.


 2021-11-16  17m