Free Guides and Checklists for new and expecting Moms
Learn creative ways to start taking care of you and allowing your overflow to provide for everyone else.
The Warrior Moms Daily Checklist
Learning to incorporate yourself in your daily to-do list will increase your effectiveness as a mom
After becoming a mother you cannot simply return to your old routine and habits. They no longer support the person you have become and the journey you are embarking on. People describe mothers as soft, caring, and compassionate, and while I agree with that, I have experienced many times where I had to channel my inner warrior to overcome PPD or PPA and manage other challenging parenting situations. Creating new habits, a new lifestyle, and establishing a new identity can be overwhelming, especially in the fourth trimester. Fill out the form below and get access to this checklist, other related resources, and my free emails with specialized offers. The checklist will be emailed to you upon submission of this form.
Daily Checklist for the New/Expecting Mom
Begin creating a new routine that also involves you
When you begin to prepare for motherhood you might find yourself overwhelmed with the number of resources and information there is, and all of the people who mean well but haven't simply been there (at least for a while). There are tons of books on preparing your body and your home, but very little related to preparing you and your emotions, mind, and daily routine. I developed this free checklist to assist new moms throughout this transition by having a road map of sorts to follow. A lot is going to change when you bring your new baby home, so beginning to conceptualize that and make some mental shifts will make things just a tad easier in the fourth trimester, and that will go a long way for you and your family. Fill out the form below and be on the lookout for an email from me with your checklist so you can get started.
Your Guide to Birthing Her
Learning to Nurture and Love the Woman You are Becoming
Congratulations on taking the first step to prioritizing your mental and emotional health along this journey. Pregnancy leads to the birth of the child and most of our education and efforts focus on how to prepare the body and environment to support that process. What we have begun to see is there is an increased need to support of the birth of the mom. Whether this be your first or subsequent child, a new version of you is being born and we want to focus on bringing her into the world in a way that will nurture her and support her development and growth. This is exactly what we are going to prepare for here.