How mama got her mojo back

By | July 9, 2012 | Lifestyle & Personal Growth

How mama got her mojo back
79 Shares 79 Shares ×

Moms need to find that place where they can be happy with their decisions. Often times as a mom, we give up our hobbies and passions. We need to be vital and replenish ourselves the way we did before we had kids.

Raising a family and having a business or career can be overwhelming. It’s important for Moms to understand there will be times when both your family and your work need you. You have to be flexible to prevent losing your mama mojo – that part of your personality that loves life and takes time out to care for yourself.

We all have challenges, but it’s also important to spend time with other women. Women need women in order to feel successful, supported and to find their true potential.

Being a Mom has made me more creative. When my second child was born, I established my business as The Go-to Mom. I believe Moms need to continue to find the time to do the things they love to do.  It’s so important for our kids see us happy and fulfilled.

What can you do or have you done to get your mojo back?

79 Shares Twitter 67 Facebook 5 Google+ 0 LinkedIn 0 Pin It Share 4 Buffer 3 Email -- 79 Shares ×

Kimberley Clayton Blaine

Kimberley Clayton Blaine, MA, MFT, is the executive producer of the Go-To Mom series and the producer of the branded entertainment show www.MommytoMommy.TV. She is the author of The Internet Mommy & The Go-To Mom's Parents' Guide to Emotion Coaching Young Children. In September 2011, Kimberley was named one of the most powerful moms in social media by Working Mother Magazine. Currently, she has been a spokesperson for Lego Duplo, Disney Consumer Products, Schick Intuition, and Sony Electronics digital imaging. Kimberley is also a national parenting expert and a licensed Family and Child Therapist specializing in working with children newborn to seven years old.

tell us what you think

0 comments