The Juna Women Podcast is a weekly discussion where Juna Founder, Sarah Kuhn, talks to Moms about their health, work, parenting, and all the different ways they’re keeping it together.

This is Episode 84, Modern Mom Problems with Tara Clark

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On this episode Sarah chats with Tara Clark from Modern Mom Probs.

Modern Mom Probs is a parenting humor and lifestyle Instagram account developed by Tara Clark, where she presents realistic issues facing modern parents in a humorous, heart-warming light.

Tara  is set to release her first book – A survival guide for 21st Century Mothers, on April 19th, 2021.

In the episode Sarah and Tara talk about some of the common issues facing the Modern Mom, including:

• the breastfeeding/formula debate
• feeding toddlers / kids
• screen time
• self-care with a twist
• mom shaming and social media trolls

If you’re a Mom attempting to navigate the modern world, this episode is for you!

Meet Tara:

Established in 2017, Modern Mom Probs is a parenting humor and lifestyle Instagram account developed by Tara Clark.

Tara got her start in social media while working at Nickelodeon, where she oversaw the social media accounts for Nick Jr. and Nick@Nite. Via Modern Mom Probs, Tara’s work has been featured on BuzzfeedTodayParents.comHuffPost and Romper.

Tara holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Villanova University and an MBA from Metropolitan College of New York in Media Management. She currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and son.

Tara creates content for the parenting powerhouse website Scary Mommy and was featured in (201) Magazine as an Influencer to Watch. Tara is a frequent guest on podcasts discussing modern parenting.

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