Welcome to my little corner of the internet where I help stay at home moms lighten the load of motherhood and create lives that feel more fun, easeful, relaxed, and aligned. It's time to do mom life on your terms and start showing up for yourself the same way you do for your kids.
hear my story
As a stay at home mom (SAHM), you have such a beautiful and important role in your family's life. I know you love your kids to the moon and back, and you want to love life at home with them as much as possible. And it's freaking hard sometimes. The overstimulation and busyness, having so little alone time, feeling guilty doing things for yourself, feeling isolated and missing parts of your pre-mom life...
Plus, there's this belief kicking around.
It says once you become a mom there's no time for you, everyone else comes first now, and your needs don't matter. It says you have to be constantly exhausted, stressed, and overwhelmed. That the more burned out and run down you are, the bigger medal you receive. And if you're not feeling that way, you're not doing enough. Go, go, go, give, give, give.
well i say,
Mentor, writer, Mom, HSP/EMPATH, personal growth-obsessed, holistic health nut, lover of fall and comfy clothes.
I used to feel shame about not "loving every minute" of motherhood, wanting more time for myself, and feeling stuck at home and in my life. I'd wake up some mornings already feeling overwhelmed by the day when it hadn't even started. I wanted to be home with my kids so badly but I wasn't loving my days and I knew something needed to change.
After some major shifts in my energy and practical strategies throughout the day, I learned it's absolutely possible to make space for yourself in your own life - no matter how spread thin you feel right now. And it's so freaking worth it. The more you unsubscribe from the belief that it's not possible or you don't deserve it, the more ease and joy you can bring into your life. It's your time to do SAHM life unapologetically in a way that seriously lights you up.
I always used to feel that radical self-love was way out of reach, but what I realized is that there's just some myths about it that need to be debunked.
Staying home with a baby can be a phenomenon of both of these at the same damn time. It may sound like a paradox, but I assure you it's possible to feel this way!
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