Being a mom is hard, but you don’t have to feel like you’re struggling to keep your head above water. If you want ongoing support without having to plan it all yourself, read more to see if the Coaching Cohort is right for you.
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Do you feel like you’re in survival mode? Is it hard to remember what day it is, what you last ate, or what’s for dinner? Do you constantly feel like you have 973 browser tabs open in your brain?
Is self-care just another item on a never-ending to-do list that adds stress to your life? Are you afraid to be honest because someone will invariably chirp that you’re supposed to “cherish every moment” and you might punch them in the kidney? Did you try to share one of those “mental load” articles with your partner and they got defensive because it’s so true but you hadn’t been able to articulate your resentment effectively?
I get it. And you’re not alone. So often we fall into the trap of thinking, “Once the baby sleeps through the night…” or “Once the baby is done teething…” or “Once the baby starts kindergarten…” THEN we’ll start doing whatever it is that will make us happy and fulfilled. We just have to slog through the swamp of these first five years, AND THEN….
Why not now?
I know, I know, you’re too tired to think about it. You bought that book that will change your life, but you don’t have time to read it before the baby wakes or you fall asleep and drop your phone on your face while scrolling through mom groups on Facebook.
You just want to feel in control of your own life again.
You don’t have to be a Super Mom and do it all to be worthy. You can focus on your needs AND your child’s needs without getting lost in the shuffle.
You are enough, mama, just as you are, but we aren’t meant to do this alone. So don’t. Find your village. Get perspective.
I’ve been a coach since 2011, and after having my first baby in 2013, I felt like my whole life derailed. I assumed I would take 6-12 weeks off then ease right back into running my own business. (You can laugh.)
It took me 2 years to emerge from the fog of a high needs baby, no family support, and a partner with long work hours. And I didn’t do it alone. I needed a village, which was vital, and the real change came when I hired my own coach.
You feel like you should just be able to figure this out, but it’s hard. That mental load, plus decision fatigue, and you have to feed everyone AGAIN?
My coach helped me sort out my own thoughts and prioritize my needs that had been completely subsumed by my child. I felt like myself again.
Let me do that for you.
"Being a mom is approximately 12 million times harder than I ever could have expected. I actually worked with Stacy before I had a baby, and it was a huge relief -- even in those dark moments at 3am -- to know I had her support. Once I figured one thing out, something else always came up, and having that outside perspective from someone who totally gets it is invaluable."
- Anni, mom to a toddler
We don’t need more information, we’re already overwhelmed by people telling us what we have to do or our kids will turn into 3-headed purple octopi with no respect for elders who subsist on Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. We need to be met where we are, heard and seen, and supported.
Even on the days we don't have our sh*t together. ESPECIALLY on those days.
"Stacy fixes your brain. I don't know how she does it, but she just fixes all the stuff in my head that's spinning around."
- Jen, mom of 2-5 kids depending on the day
Join the Semi Crunchy Coaching Cohort.
Just show up as you are. Here’s what you get:
- 1 call per month with a special theme to discuss
- 1 group coaching call per month—to tackle what feels overwhelming and break it down so you can move forward and feel a sense of accomplishment that won’t get undone as soon as your kids wake up the next day (laundry, I’m talking about you)
- 1-2 monthly members-only newsletters with a summary of what we talked about in the calls, because mom brain is real
No overwhelming Facebook feed to sort through, no more notifications to check. No having to remember to schedule a call every month - it will show up in your calendar.
(Call times will vary—one daytime and one evening per month. All calls will be recorded because bed/naptime is unpredictable.)
Support, action steps, accountability, and community. Just $37/month.
I see you, mama. I hope to see you in the group.