Be Love. Do Good.

Latest Episode : May 10, 2023

Ep. 86 : Creating Personal and Family Rhythms for the Summer

Summer is coming! My kids are pumped- and I am a little nervous because I work full time outside the home and I want to make sure I have things scheduled out for the summer. No matter if you are full time stay at home parent, or working parent, summer can be amazing, but also can be challenging. Many times, we think of things we want do to as a family, what camps the kids need to go to, or vacations we want to take. But have you thought about the personal rhythms you need to make sure stay in place to keep YOU healthy. Bedtimes change and school activities are no longer which means working out, or getting your quiet time in, will also change. This podcast reminds us and gives us some tools to help not only get our personal rhythms in place before the summer, but also helps us have a daily rhythm for our kiddos as well.  Read More

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Ep. 9 : Raising grateful kids

November 10, 2021

About Be Love. Do Good.

Ever notice how a simple thing can change your life? A simple lunch box note changed ours. A few years ago, my husband wrote a timely message to our son that said: BE STRONG, PROTECT THE WEAK, LOVE EVERYONE. Those words have become our family mission to the world. Each week on Be Love. Do Good. podcast, we will be sharing practical ways to live out this message. 

You’ll hear tips and ideas, encouraging words, and stories of others who are being love and doing good in their communities in hopes to inspire YOU and your family to love in your own ways!

Each week we will be challenged to get out of our comfort zones and love others who are different from us. We truly believe knowing others helps us love well and that any act of love can change the life of another. Join us as we take practical steps to teach our children and families to be love and do good!

About Kristi Hayes

Kristi is the wife of Grant, and mom to Holden and Carter Mae. She is the founder of Be Strong Story a company dedicated to helping others Be. Love in their communities. Her passions include helping families love and serve the most vulnerable. She is the author of her first children’s book called, The Lunchbox Note: A Story of Loving Others, based on her family’s true story, and hosts a weekly podcast called Be Love. do good. She is a frequent contributor with Today Parents, and loves walking alongside other parents. She has worked with families and youth for over 15 years. Other fun jobs have included working on Capitol Hill and the White House Press Advance office during George W Bush’s Presidency. Her family currently resides in Waco, where you can find them hiking, mountain biking, or carpooling both of their kids to soccer and gymnastics. 


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