Hey momma! I'm Emilie and I'm a mom of too. I have four young kids, a husband, a stubborn terrier puppy, never-ending laundry, and big, "unreasonable" dreams. Once I stopped being the mom I thought I should be, I could finally be the woman I actually am. Turns out, no one knows what's best for me, better than me.
And here's the crazy part, when I stopped denying the woman I am, I became more of the mom I wanted to be.
No more mommy martyrdom, no more hustling, grinding and proving, no more self sacrifice.
If you want MORE than motherhood, if you want it all, guilt and apology free WITHOUT working harder, I've got you. It took the long way so you don't have to. Trust me when I say you can have it all, and at the same time, but only if you're willing to do it totally differently. Are you ready? Check my 2 best selling offers designed to help you step out of overwhelm and into badass.
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How to Get Out of Overwhelm, Fast 3 powerful questions to take back control when life feels out of control
“What matters most is not what these obstacles are but how we see them, how we react to them, and whether we keep our composure.” Ryan Holiday, Just like that I’m drowning again. I’m thrashing against the current of my life, feeling consumed by the torrent of daily demands on my time, energy, and attention. My kids’ ever changing schedules (oh, practice is starting an hour later, in a different places, and requires a piece of clothing that is undoubtedly at the bottom of some stanky laundry pile? Cool) The dog’s bullshit (what’s that? She’s hyper-reactive and now needs expensive […]
“What if the reason we feel so lost has little do with motherhood and everything to do with the fact we never really knew ourselves to begin with?.” Emilie Karun At 12 years old I woke to an alarm before dawn. I hopped off the top bunk, quiet not to wake my younger sister as I dressed in jeans, thick socks, and an oversized flannel. I rode an old, dirty school bus caked with mud an hour out of town to a massive corn field in the middle of nowhere. We’d arrive just as the sun was breaking the horizon, […]
“When something is missing in your life, it usually turns out to be someone.” Robert Brault I’m not sure when I started to slip away, when I started to fade from my own life like the Kodachrome in an old photograph, but slip away I did. Perhaps it wasn’t motherhood that stole my existence. Perhaps I never really knew myself at all. I I didn’t see it then, we can’t really. I didn’t know my life wasn’t my own. I didn’t know with every step towards the life I thought I wanted, I became more of who the world expected […]
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