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34: How to Restore Your Inner Calm as an Overwhelmed Mom with Dr. Sindy Shin
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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Restore Your Inner Calm

34: How to Restore Your Inner Calm as an Overwhelmed Mom with Dr. Sindy Shin

How do you restore your inner peace, joy, and energy as an overwhelmed mom?


My guest in this episode, Dr. Sindy Shin, has the answers. She has helped so many women do this after she was able to do it herself.


Sindy Shin is a naturopathic doctor and self-care strategist who helps overwhelmed mothers cultivate meaningful self-care and restore inner calm. Sindy’s signature style nurtures and guides women with a calm and mindful approach to revitalize mental, emotional, and physical well-being for a radiant inner, outer, and higher self. Her authenticity uplifts and inspires others, helping women across the world reconnect to their innate healing power and reclaim authentic joy, peace, beauty, and vitality.


Sindy received her Bachelor of Science from McMaster University and graduated with a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has run a thriving private practice for 12 years, coaches clients through her signature programs, and leads restorative self-care retreats.


Sindy has been featured in magazines, blogs, and podcasts as a trusted leader in women’s wellness, mindfulness, mindset, and emotional well-being. She lives in Toronto with her husband and three young children.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • What happens when you try to “do it all”
  • How to choose what to prioritize
  • What it means to personalize what self-care means to you
  • Defining what connection looks like post-pandemic
  • Why you shouldn’t judge your connection points
  • Working on not judging yourself
  • Releasing the comparison game
  • Getting help becoming the best version of yourself
  • Going on solo retreats


I hope that you know that if you are feeling the pressure of motherhood, you are not alone.


Make sure that you are paying attention to what your body is telling you and not putting too much pressure on yourself. These solutions sound so simple, but they can make all the difference in your well-being.


For help overcoming the overwhelm, reach out to Dr. Sindy Shin and get on her mailing list. She is available to help you no matter where you live in the world! You can find her website and Instagram linked below. 


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