The number one lesson I have learned in my decade of parenting is that we cannot do it alone.
As mothers we lean into other women in lots of different ways — we ask for help with child care, we read books, magazines, and blogs, we listen to podcasts, we watch videos, etc. Each of these action demonstrate a deep desire to feel like we are not alone and to glean wisdom to be better in our many roles.
Today I am excited to offer a free video series called The Thrive Series: Conversations About Working Motherhood, which I created to be a resource to encourage working moms. In the series, I ask eight intelligent, vibrant, kind, working moms about the practices they use to thrive everyday. The videos are very conversational and will make you feel like you are joining us for a cup of coffee.
When you sign up for this free series you will get two videos in your inbox every day for four days. The conversations are short, but rich. If you don’t have time to watch the videos you can download the MP3s for your listening ease. This series was made with busy moms in mind and is perfect to watch/listen to in the morning, on the go, or while you are catching up on the laundry that never does itself.
This is a project I have been working on for months and I believe that the insights shared have the possibility to be truly transformative. In talking with these women, I felt understood and not alone. Moreover, I was SO inspired. I know you will feel the same way.
Will you join me for this series? You are going to love it.
Also if you know other working moms who could use some encouragement please consider sharing this series with them! You can forward this blog post post, share a link on social media, or even send a text message. The best way to thrive in working motherhood is to not go at it alone. I hope this series will be an encouragement to know that I and the other women involved stand with you. We are just like you. And together we can thrive.
For more on thriving as a working mom, preorder my new book: Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive.