read my story.


Women receive a lot of messages about what motherhood is and what a "good mom" looks like. Culturally, societally, religiously, and socially, there is no limit to the number of places these thoughts and attitudes can come from. After finding out I was pregnant with my first baby (surprise!) and instantly breaking down in tears of DREAD, I realized just how much I needed to unpack when it came to my thoughts about motherhood.

6 years and 5 kids later I have figured out how to feel expanded rather than restricted by motherhood. In the process I've completely eliminated "mom guilt" from my life and figured out the tools required to help other women do the same!

No matter if you are a full-time Stay at Home Mom, you work outside of the home full-time, or you're somewhere in-between, if you're ready to stop feeling like you can't, shouldn't, or have to do something in order to be a good mom, I'm here to help.

redefine motherhood.