Helping moms achieve their dreams and get what they want without feeling guilty. 

You’re in the right place if you see yourself in any of these scenarios…

·         You’re a Rock Star Mom and your family is your greatest treasure.

·         You have a decent job that pays the bills, but you’re not fulfilled.  You know there’s something more that you should be doing. 

·         You have dreams in your heart that you’ve set aside.

·         That burning desire to do more is screaming for you to let it out.

·         You have gifts and talent that you want to share with the world.

·         You’re tired of making excuses and ready to take action.

 But at the same time,

·         You don’t know where to start.

·         You’re afraid of failure or of being judged by people who don’t get why you’re just not satisfied with your life. In their eyes, you already have it all. How could you possibly want more? 

·         Your life is hectic (filled with working a full-time job, checking kids’ homework, cooking dinner, grocery shopping, laundry, “taxi-ing” kids to sports/activities, just to name a few) and you don’t know if you have enough time to do it all.

·         You have so many ideas that you find yourself feeling overwhelmed and stuck.

·         You suffer from Mom Guilt Syndrome or MGS

What is that? Let me explain it for you.

I define Mom Guilt Syndrome as self-imposed, intermittent feelings of guilt, often experienced by loving mothers who want the best for their children

So how do you know if you have it?  Take this quick assessment:

1.    Do you talk yourself out of doing things that make you happy and use your kids as an excuse? Like, instead of going out with your girlfriends, you decide to stay home because “the kids will miss you”.

2.    Do you beat yourself up for wanting to take me-time?

3.    Do you feel that you need to be with your kids more often than you are because you have a full-time job and don’t get to see them enough as it is?

4.    IF you go out with friends, are you wondering what your kids are doing and feeling like you need to get back home to them?

5.    Do you go shopping for yourself only to end up buying everything for the kids and nothing for yourself because you “don’t really need anything”?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have MGS on some level.

©Here’s the Good News:

You CAN overcome Mom Guilt Syndrome. You CAN get out of your own way.  You CAN start the business you’ve been dreaming, go back to school, write that book that’s been in your head for years AND you don’t have to do it on your own!

When you make the commitment to invest in yourself and in your dreams, you will receive:


·         SUPPORT

·         STRUCTURE


©Moms, now is your time!                                 

You’ve given so much to your kids. It’s time for you to step into your greatness and become the woman you’re intended to be. 


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