It’s been awhile, hasn’t it?
For what felt like decades but was only a year or two or three I came hear to relieve stress and sort my thoughts. Writing to figure out what I think. Writing as therapy.
With each rotation of the Earth I’ve needed this space less and less. I’m proud to have it. But I don’t need it.
I need my family, my friends, hikes in the Sierras, sunshine, travel, time by myself, big ideas, the chance to help others, and a sense of fulfillment. (A housekeeper would be nice also.)
The last three of which I’ve recently put together towards a new business endeavor. One that allows me to use my struggles as a stay-at-home mom to help others who feel just as lonely, sad, stuck, overwhelmed, unfulfilled, and desperate as I once did. I get to be the person, the resource, I wish I’d stumbled upon when I Googled “I hate being a SAHM.”
I get to be The Stay-at-Home Mom Coach.
I have the honor and pleasure of helping SAHMs claim their right to put themselves first for a change, unearth and engage their passions, and live their best lives, so they can be even better mothers.
It’s the ultimate hero’s journey story. And one that, although I’d never want to go back in time, makes me grateful for each of those difficult moments.
I am who I am because of them. No regrets.
If you’d like to find out more, I’m hanging out on this Facebook page and in this Facebook group. I also have a free audio download “5 Secrets to Finding Happiness and Fulfillment as a SAHM While Living a Family-Focused Life.” I encourage you to check them out or share them with stay-at-home moms you know in need of support.