Welcome to Perelel Lives, a podcast where we learn about the tireless yet vibrantly challenging role the women we admire most live in parallel to their careers and personal pursuits: becoming and being a mom.
We live in a society that glamorizes and celebrates women‘s careers, the companies they’ve built, and the movements they’ve created. But, what we’ve failed to highlight is a facet of their lives that is far more personal—a side that presents perhaps the hardest, but most rewarding job of all—a job with no PTO, no holiday breaks, no sick days, and no salary. Oh, and it also lasts a lifetime: motherhood. Here, we have real conversations about motherhood. (Not another parenting podcast.)
Which brings us to today's conversation...
Today’s episode is with Trinity Mouzon Wofford, the founder of the superfood wellness brand, Golde. She shared how her mother's autoimmune was a catalyst for her mission to democratize wellness for all, how she became her own health advocate as an expectant Black mother, her experience getting married at 5 weeks postpartum, how she’s embracing her new role as a mom and bringing that into how she shows up as a leader, and how she’s embraced spontaneity along the way.
We hope you enjoy the conversation.
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