Motherhood presents challenges that are often unpredictable and unforeseen. Mommy Brain helps new moms navigate the toughest parts of motherhood by providing support through accessible experts and judgment-free community.
Connect with other mamas, learn, grow, and level up, so that we can be the best version of ourselves. This is the place to share experiences, ask those burning questions, and talk about the parts of motherhood that never get talked about.
Every month there will be a series of live video chat group discussions and Q&As that are led by various guest speakers, including career coaches, therapists, doulas and MDs, entrepreneurs, relationship and intimacy coaches, lactation consultants, and fitness coaches, among others. Topics include: postpartum life, relationships and intimacy, career growth, mom guilt, wellness, etc.
Raising kids takes a village. Sometimes your village is the people who have been in your life from the very start and sometimes your village is the stranger who lets you know, “Hey, it’s going to be okay, because I’m going through it or have been through it too.”
Hi, mamas! I wanted to share a little bit about myself and why I created this space for women like you and me. I’m a mom to a 4- and 3-year-old and just had my third. When my son was 6 months, my husband and I moved from New York to Phoenix and then a year later Los Angeles. As a first-time mama, with no clue and no village, I quickly realized just how isolating motherhood can be. Between juggling my responsibilities as a writer and editor, plus that mom-life, I was burnt out and feeling like I was failing across the board. As I connected with more moms (thanks to social media) I found that there were so many women going through the same things I was.
Mommy Brain is for all of you. It’s important to have a place to openly talk about the tough stuff. A place to connect with moms like you, where you can ask the hard questions and share about the the highs and lows of motherhood. This is the space to learn, grow, and level up, so that we can be the best versions of ourselves. Thank you for being a part of our community!