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I’m so glad you clicked that link. Here’s the exclusive link – only for YOU, this download is a paid product everywhere else – that I mentioned in The Healthy Mama Podcast episode:
I’m sure you’re looking for more of the ways that I can help you with your mom-mindset, why else would you be here?
Hi, I’m Brittni, a mom who’s determined to share my light, wisdom, and joyfulness with every mom. My desire is that every woman knows she is worthy of ease and joy and finds the encouragement and motivation to pursue her best life possible.
I live in rural Oregon with my husband and 3 sons. I never dreamed of being a boy-mom, but now I can’t imagine life not surrounded by toy dinosaurs, race cars, and fart noises.
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Last week I was asked “how are you liking being a stay at home mom?” On paper I’ve described myself as a SAHM for the last 5 years, even though I worked part time for most of it. There was something about having it said out loud to me that didn’t sit right. My first…
You see, as frustrating as that mile long to-do list is, I want you to realize those are things you WANT to do. There is no one forcing you to do them, and even then, you’d have a choice. You always have a choice.
Burn out is real and it fricking sucks. I’ve shared a lot of tips for preventing the burn out, letting life be easy, and letting go of the stress of the little things, but I haven’t shared much about getting through the burn out when you’re deep in it. It might be hard to take…
Being a good mom isn’t about the perfect house or knowing where everyone’s soccer uniforms are, it’s about showing up and supporting your family by creating a home atmosphere where everyone can relax and enjoy time with one another. Most of us lose sight of that on the regular. It’s okay, we’re gonna get realigned…
Motherhood is hard, but it’s only as hard as we let it be. Watching our kids struggle, learn the hard way, or be in pain should be the hard parts. The daily duties of maintaining your home, entertaining your children, and feeding your family should not be the hard parts of “motherhood.”