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The Mommas Pearls Radio Show/Podcast

Strings it Together & Brings it on home... 

The Mommas Pearls Show & Blog strings together the most beautiful pieces of life through the lens of generational wisdom, popular culture, societal norms, community and a happy dose of spirituality. We polish the pearls with the help of insightful, inspirational, creative and entrepreneurial guests, many of them are local businesses, some are uber successful Hollywood Producers, best selling authors and sometimes even my parents, the funniest & wisest people I know.

 

This show is for infotainment purposes. Yeah, our hostess Cynthia Litman is a lawyer but please don’t take what we say as gospel or as legal advice. It’s a show people.

 

But do enjoy, subscribe, follow, leave a review & binge listen to our 80+ archived episodes. 

Show Episodes...

Charlotte Kerpen, age 14

In the aftermath of the Parkland shootings, local student Charlotte, felt it necessary to channel the darkness into something good. She produced a benefit concert of 17 local student acts in honor of the 17 victims to support Parkland families & the Sandy Hook Promise, proving the future is in very good hands.

Nitika Chopra, Wellness Entrepreneur

Self Care isn't just a trend.

It's a lifelong dedication to your well being. Living with a Chronic Illness does not and should not impede your self care practice. Knowing where you are in your journey is the first step. Meet yourself wherever you are.

RJ Palacio, Best Selling Author of Wonder

RJ grew up in a loving and supportive home. Her mother always believed in her talent as a writer and this helped RJ achieve her greatness of telling the story of Auggie Pullman, a 10 year old homeschooled boy with a facial deformity who is about to enter Middle School, categorically the most unkind place on earth. She and Auggie inspired the #ChooseKind movement.