At That Mama Glow, our mission is simple: to support and empower mothers so they can balance motherhood with their personal life. We accomplish this by creating a space that supports women during the struggles they face. We provide a variety of online workshops which allow women to explore their own journeys in a unique way.
That Mama Glow is a website dedicated to all aspects of motherhood - but in particular the often difficult transition women take into becoming mothers. It’s so common see websites dedicated to helping mothers take better care of their families. But it isn’t often that we focus on the women who have these wonderful children.
If you feel like “this is not how I thought motherhood would be”, you’re not alone. If you’re reading this feeling burnt out, weighed down by the overwhelm, or just counting down the seconds until it’s baby’s bedtime, it doesn’t have to be this way. Let us help you to create a life that supports YOU in your beautiful motherhood.
As a certified health coach, mama, online blogger and long-time entrepreneur, Andi has dedicated this entire website to giving women the tools to help them go from tired mama to inspired, glowing, happy and healthy mama. The best part is that these don’t have to be drastic lifestyle changes. In fact, the smallest tweaks can make an incredible difference.
Here you’ll find the Define Your Motherhood Journal and vision exercise that will help you gain clarity on your true desires of what you want your role as a mother to look like. We also create printables for moms that helps you declutter and simplify your life.
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My first year of motherhood was really hard.
I was struggling. I had a hard time keeping it together. I didn’t know how to manage this new role and how I felt about being a mother.
I had a traumatic birth. My daughter was a colicky newborn. And the transition into motherhood left me in a dark fog of depression.
I looked at my friends on instagram that seemed to have it all together. Their babies were sleeping. They looked so well rested. They looked happy. I felt so different. I was exhausted, I didn’t like being a mother yet, and this wasn’t how I thought it would be.
I was afraid to talk to anyone about it. I was afraid of the judgment. I was afraid of what people would think. So I searched online for something, anything that I could relate to. I found nothing. Instead, I found more stories glorifying this new role of motherhood. Didn’t anyone else feel like I did? This made me feel even more alone and isolated than I already did.
It took two years for me to almost fully adjust to the transition. Slowly, one step at a time, things got better. After the dark clouds lifted I felt called to share my experience with other mothers going through the same thing. I wanted to tell them that they’re not alone and it’s okay to feel the way they’re feeling. It doesn’t make them any less of a mother.
Looking back, I spent the first two years completely miserable in motherhood. I wish I could have changed that by finding women who were in a similar situation.
If you’re feeling like this right now, I hope That Mama Glow will help you on your own journey of motherhood. You’re not in this alone. We are here as a reminder that taking time to nourish yourself is one of the best things you can do for your whole family.
I’m so glad you’ve found our little space on the internet.