worry that you’re going to mess these kids up for life?
feel like you’re not doing enough?
wonder what happened to all the time in the day?
see other moms and feel like they’re doing it better?
wish you could figure out how to balance it all?
I’ve been there!
I had to take a step back and gain a little perspective. So I went back to my own personal toolbox and discovered a new approach to motherhood. Once I did this, I became a happier mom and started to enjoy my children in a way that I didn’t think was possible! It was awesome.
You Can Do It Too!
I decided to write Becoming an A+ Mama (and other notes on intentional motherhood) as a series of letters one mama friend to another to encourage other moms and help them free themselves from some of the mom guilt and mom stress by giving them the same tools that I had. Maybe that’s you!
Becoming an A+ Mama & Promo Code
Becoming an A+ Mama is available now! Click the button below and you’ll be taken to a secure site to place your order. But don’t forget to enter the promo code, “therightmom” for $5 off. This code expires Friday, July 28th!
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Becoming an A+ Mama (and other notes on intentional motherhood)
In this eBook, I point out our greatest enemies as moms and I unpack all the tools that I used to change my perspective and combat those enemies.
The A+ Mama’s Workbook
These 5 worksheets help you free yourself from mom guilt and do motherhood your own way.
Printable Mantras for Mamas
Put these printable mantras from the book wherever you might need a reminder.
I’ve already received feedback from a few A+ Mamas and here’s what they had to say:
“Angela’s ‘Becoming an A+ Mama” is relatable to every Mom in any stage of motherhood. She breaks everything down in a witty and easy to read book.”
– Kimberly blogger at fitdisneymom.com and mom of two boys
“It is Brilliant! I love what you’ve written, it’s real, it’s relevant and it reaches all seasons of motherhood; really, a confirmation in ways that I didn’t totally screw up.”
– Vicki, blogger at vickilmoag.wordpress.com and homeschooling mom of one girl and two boys
“I love it!! I teared up through the whole intro. And I love the flow of the letters. It’s really easy to read and very encouraging.”
Christie Mills, – software developer, blogger at homepartyhacks.com and mother of two boys
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