Turn your life from BLAH to BRILLIANT!
I’m Terrin, I am new to the blogging world and momblah.com! What I’ve really noticed about being a mom is that your sanity can go out the window pretty quickly. Being a mom can be really rewarding, but also very taxing, draining, emotionally exhausting and hard on your nerves.
Can you relate? Being a mom isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, but when you feel isolated it’s not really all that fun. If you’re an introvert like me, it can feel even lonelier.
What if I told you that there are thousands of other moms out there who feel the same way? What if we all banded together to take those blah days and make them brilliant???!??!?!
It’s really hard to keep your momsanity in check when it comes to raising kids. Lack of self-care time, tight finances, adding new babies to the mix and dealing with difficult pregnancies can really take their toll on your life.
That’s why I’ve created this little space on the internet. It’s for you, me and other like-minded moms. I want to help you restore your momsanity.
As I continue to build my blog, I’d really love to develop and cultivate an army of moms who understand each other and help bring some sunshine into those days where all the coffee in the world just isn’t doing it.
Soon we’ll be launching a Momblah Facebook group! Join my mailing list to grab an invite as soon as it launches!
This blog is all about momsanity, good mental health practices, #momhacks and lining up your finances to feel less stress. I hope you’ll join me every week!
Hi, I’m Terrin! I love coffee more than any healthy person should. I also loathe bananas. They shouldn’t exist.
I’m a mom of two delightful kiddos. I did the stay-at-home thing for a year when my first was a baby but went back to work for a few years in-between pregnancies.
I don’t particularly think I suffered from Postpartum Depression, but I did have my days of loneliness and felt in a funk for several months before I really got into the groove of motherhood.
Because of my introvertedness, I was able to find community online through birth boards and Facebook groups. That’s what I want to do with this blog!