How to Deal With Mom Brain, Trap Yoga Moves, Plus More Highlights From #CreateGood 2018 Night 4
Welcome to wellness night! Following incredible panels on creating your own future, art, and hustle, Brit + Co hosted #CreateGood Wellness on Thursday, October 18, featuring Daphne Oz and Hilaria Baldwin, co-hosts of #MomBrain podcast; Marie Kondo, founder of the KonMari Method; and Trap Yoga Bae, yoga instructor. The panel was streamed live from New York City’s Build Studios at 7pm ET. But if you missed it in real time, you can watch the entire thing below, or catch up on all the highlights in our recap. And don’t forget to tune in Thursday and Friday at 7pm ET for more can’t-miss guests and panels.
Mom Brain is nothing to be ashamed of.
Daphne Oz and Hilaria Baldwin, hosts of #MomBrain podcast, shared their best advice on how to juggle kids and life with Brit + Co founder and CEO Brit Morin. “There are only 24 hours in the day. The day doesn’t get any longer; you just have to push more into it,” Oz said. To learn how they make time for themselves and their partners, watch the video above.
Marie Kondo shared the trick to keeping a tidy home with kids.
It may seem impossible, but Marie Kondo, founder of the KonMari Method, said that, yes, it’s possible to have an organized home even with small children. “I used to be very set with a theory that all day long my house had to be organized. Now, during the day, it can be untidy,” she said. “In the evening, my children and I have this tidying up game together so we make it fun.”
Trap yoga is our latest obsession.
If traditional yoga classes make you feel a bit out of place, you might want to add trap music to your practice. Say, what now? “If you ever had chicken and waffles, those two things don’t seem to go together, but if you’ve ever had it before, it’s amazing,” Britteny AKA Trap Yoga Bae and founder of Trap Yoga said. “That’s what we’re doing here. We’re bridging two really awesome things to have self-care.” Still not sure? Just know that whatever you do is the right way to do it. “We are in the business of doing what works for us,” she said.
Tune in tomorrow for #CreateGood Style, live-streamed here on Brit + Co and on the Brit + Co Facebook page.