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Whitney Port talks breastfeeding, sleep deprivation and how she learned to tame her mom guilt

Whitney Port rose to fame in 2006, co-starring on the hit reality TV series, "The Hills." Since then, she's had her own TV show, a fashion line, and most recently has become the Chief Brand Director of Bundle Organics—a company that makes snacks and drinks that help with fertility, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.
In 2016, Whitney became pregnant with her first child, and shortly thereafter she and her husband began documenting their journey through parenthood through a YouTube series called "I Love My Baby, But…" The videos are candid, and Whitney is courageously open about sharing her parenting fumbles with her followers.

In this episode, Whitney chats with Liz about learning to deal with mom guilt, and the surprising support she's found from being an open book online.

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Liz is an award-winning journalist and editor, and the co-founder of Motherly. A former Washington Post editor, she thrives on all things digital community + social media strategy. She's passionate about helping to provide women with more support, (and way less judgment), on the journey through motherhood. This podcast is an extension of her commitment to hosting honest conversations about modern motherhood. Liz resides outside NYC with her husband, two sons, one daughter and one amazing au pair.

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