Come as you are. No make-up? No problem. No fancy outfit? No problem.
Kids still in PJs at 5pm? Absolutely no problem!
Overwhelmed and unsure you are even doing this mom-thing right? Welcome!
Being a mom is wonderful and messy, overwhelming and mega-satisfying. I like to think of it as beautiful chaos. Within the crazy and stressful moments where we are pushed to the brink of our insanity, there are so many breathtakingly beautiful moments if we slow down and take notice.
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What can I expect from this book?
Mom to mom honesty and humor about some of the best and worst parts of motherhood and how to not only survive but to thrive as a mom. When you read Embracing the Beautiful Chaos of Motherhood, you’ll learn how to let go of unrealistic expectations and unnecessary stress to become a better version of your already incredible self.
Moms are doing so many things right, but can easily lose sight of it and of themselves in the day-to-day craziness of motherhood. This is a book offering fresh perspectives to help you identify what may be holding you back from an easier and more peaceful life.
Whether you are the busy mom of a newborn or toddler, have children in preschool through high school, or young adults heading off to college, you’ll find tips, stories, and strategies for the stage you and your kids are in.
Get started on uncovering your path towards more fulfillment as a mom. The steps to finding your joy in the midst of chaos are likely to surprise you.
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