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Miriam Slozberg is a Canadian mom, a freelance writer, an astrologer, and a blogger, and is the host of The Expressive Mom Show.  The Expressive Mom Show covers the unconventional side to parenting and to anything else in life that needs to be put out there. The key is that only off-the-wall and unconventional topics will be covered with unique guests sometimes. Other times she will be chatting it up solo if she has something passionate she wants to share. Boring doesn’t fly, which is not a surprise since Miriam is a Type 4 on the Enneagram model and has a Leo sun in the 8th house, which is not synonymous with anything ordinary. Go and have a listen, and be prepared to be blown away with what you will be learning.
 
The Expressive Mom Show will air on Wednesdays at 1 pm PST or 4 pm EST. 
 

You can follow my mom blog at:
http://www.expressivemom.com

My main blog at:
http://www.miriamslozberg.com

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