Katie and Heather from Mommypotamus.com sit down for the first ever SaunaCast. Why the name? They recorded this episode from inside a sauna (in the thirty minutes before they tapped out from the heat!).
In This Episode, They Discuss:
- Why they are recording inside a 153 degree sauna in the first place
- What their kids got for Christmas (hint: experiences as gifts)
- A fun way to give experiences with a physical gift
- What they think is the most important skill to teach children in today’s world
- The reason Katie isn’t making any goals or resolutions this year
- The value of experiments over goals for certain personality types
- Why they both have (and love) saunas
- The benefits of Sauna Therapy
- 6 tips for starting sauna use
- When fasting is a good thing
- Katie & Heather’s recommend infrared sauna
- Kids Cook Real Food Course
- Low EMF Saunas
- 23andMe testing
- Udemy Courses (on every topic imaginable)
- Sewing Machine that Heather got her kids
- Archery Sets for Kids
- Article: Giving Experiences Instead of Stuff This Year
- Article: Benefits of Sauna Use
- Clearlight Saunas
- Sunlighten Saunas
- Traditional Barrel Saunas
- Creatrix Tent Saunas
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