Sep 19, 2019
Jennifer welcomes meditation and yoga teacher, life coach, best-selling author and mother of five, Rebekah Borucki. Rebekah truly is a powerhouse in her own right as her journey has been one filled with extremes. After a rough childhood where she was raised as a white child, Rebekah began her adult life at the young age of seventeen. What followed next was a journey of self-discovery where she learned about her background as a bi-racial woman, entered motherhood, and began working as a yoga and meditation teacher, author, life coach, and advocate. Rebekah’s pure passion and joy for life cannot be rivaled. She currently resides in New Jersey with her husband, children, and a gaggle of rescued farm animals.
In this episode, Rebekah talks about her journey to self-discovery, from learning the truth about her heritage to starting a family of her own. Jennifer and Rebekah bond over their shared experiences navigating motherhood. Rebekah discusses the inspiration to write her children’s book, Zara’s Big Messy Day (That Turned Out Okay). She discusses the importance of encouraging self-advocacy within children, especially those in minority groups that are often marginalized. Finally, Rebekah reflects on her latest project, which involves becoming more active in the black community and advocating for representation of people of color in all forms of media.
Full show notes: https://milfpodcast.com/65
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