What it Means to be "Just" a Mom"
In this episode I speak to any mom, in any stage of motherhood, who has found herself thinking to herself, 'I'm "just" a mom.
It's true, the day in a life of a mother can have its mundane moments and often we do have a seed of desire in our hearts for more or at times something different than is currently happening, It's then we can come back to empowerment that you get to think and feel about your vocation, no matter what you choose, have chosen or will choose in the future.
This episode includes a special poem by Emily McDermott that sums up beautiful thoughts on what it means to be "just" a mom.
Mentioned in the Episode and Invitations:
Emily McDermott, author of "Just a Mom" poem is a wife, mother to two young boys, and simplicity seeker, chronicling her journey on her blog Simple by Emmy. Emily writes custom poetry and loves dancing and eating peanut butter out of the jar. She is also the creator of Moms Overcoming Overwhelm, an online course that helps moms anchor to their "why", banish decision fatigue, and create the systems to realize their personal vision of success. In her guide 5 Simple Living Experiments to Overcome Overwhelm, Emily shows you how to reclaim your precious resources of time, energy, focus and attention by experimenting with less.
- Experience coaching for yourself for free: Sign up for a free 30 min Catholic Life Coaching Discovery Call and get started with expert help today: DanielleThienel.com/my-calendar-page
- Join the waitlist for my upcoming course launch of The Peaceful Mom's Path: Join by clicking here:
- Don’t miss an episode: follow the show and subscribe via Apple, Spotify, Stitcher or Google Podcasts.
- Please take a moment to rate and review by clicking on Apple Podcasts.
To read or download a written transcript of the entire episode, simply click the link below.