Hi, I’m Brittni, author, podcaster, motivational speaker, and a mom of 3 boys, passionate about helping moms overcome the overwhelm and actually ENJOY MOTHERHOOD. Thanks for visiting!
How can I help you?
If you’re a busy, burnt out mama.. I see you. That was me, too. Sometimes I still have a tendency to slip back into that identity, honestly. I’ve spent the last several years ruthlessly committed to balancing mental health with motherhood – I’d say I’ve learned a few things. I’m here to share this journey of finding joy and peace in motherhood. It doesn’t have to be a one way ticket on the hot mess express – you can get off that train of thought anytime you wish. I’m here to guide you when you do.
I’m the host of I Get To: the podcast, where I teach women like you all the mindset tricks and life hacks I’ve learned that make this mom-life FUN and enjoyable. Being a mom is the best thing ever, not just because it’s a magical connection and the responsibility of raising up the next generation, but because it’s actually something we can feel fulfilled in and have fun doing – kids know how to have fun, pay attention.
45: Is Your Mom-Life Ready for a Season of Change? – Meant to Bloom: I Get To
Read personal stories in these posts:
I always had this idea that you couldn’t quit something that wasn’t destroying your life. I think mommy-wine culture can be incredibly toxic to those who struggle with addiction. If you’re good with a glass of wine at the end of the day, that’s awesome, more power to you. But if you feel like thisContinue reading “41: It’s Okay to Quit While You’re Ahead (the real reason I don’t drink anymore)”
The truth is: life gets to be easy, if you let it be easy. When we choose to let it be easy, we free up our time and energy to elevate in other areas of our life. We can lean more into our true purpose and grow deeper in our relationships. Life gets better when we let it be easy.
22: How to Start Being Happier (where to begin when you’ve been stuck in your unhealthy cycles for so long)
I used to be a bit of a jerk – like, I was the kind of person who liked to whisper comments to my sister about other people, tearing them down, making fun of them. I now know that I was projecting my own insecurities onto others. I was miserable, and I was making myself miserable. It took a lot of discipline to break free from the patterns that kept me there. I had to break free from the cognitive distortions, the negative thinking, and the habits that weren’t helpful. That freedom has changed my life.