A holistic approach to thriving in work life motherhood
Momiculture is my own little take on horticulture. Horticulture is the art of cultivating plants. I believe motherhood is also an art, one that takes cultivating through the many seasons of motherhood. Mothering is a journey and one not meant to be traveled alone.
I started my journey in motherhood while working in finance for a Fortune 500 healthcare company. I naively thought my new working parent identity would be just as easy to navigate as all of the other life goals I'd checked off my list up to that point. How surprised I was when I found myself completely conflicted (and exhausted) with the dual passions I had in motherhood and my career! I became ardent about discovering how to do both in a way that met my own definition of success, and through that exploration, I started establishing resources for other mothers in the workplace, and ultimately all parenting identities.
Today, through Momiculture, I support mothers in the workplace directly through my own coaching practice, and working parents indirectly through providing finance, strategy and sales consultation to start-ups in the parenting support space. I am impassioned to blaze a trail to empower the motherhood and working parent journey to be one that is supported, not lost or isolated.
For me, thriving in work life motherhood means an eyes-wide open, values driven and action-oriented journey. It is not passive or static or generalized. It is an intentional and active pursuit that iterates throughout our lives and is individualized.
Holistic approach, centered around your unique circumstances
All moms have a lot to balance, and your unique circumstances inform the type of support that is right for you. The age of your child(ren), whether or not you work outside the home, your values and other factors all play a part.
When we become a mother and as we grow into different seasons, our routines and identities shift. We can lose ourselves in those changes. Ever wonder if you should quit your job? Find a job? Wondering why you feel guilt? Feel like you are on the hamster wheel? Wrestling with anxiety? My content is crafted to meet you where you are and help you get clarity on some of these tough questions many moms face. Stop churning. Get grounded.
(coming in 2024)
Moms are often the Chief Medical Officer of their family, the Chief Executive Officer of their household and the Principal Planner for their family calendar. Those roles and responsibilities shift through different seasons, literally (summer versus winter) and figuratively (the age of your child(ren)). I've often wondered why we all have to reinvent the wheel. Through the Momiculture roadmap, you know what to expect after you've expected.
If you're looking for that next level of support, my coaching services can help you assess your current situation and charter a path forward that feels right to you. Completely optional and here for you if you need it. Available in a week-long bootcamp format where you get the benefit of learning and growing side-by-side with your peers, and also get a 1:1 deep dive with me.
Tune into this podcast to join me on the work life motherhood journey. You will hear personal stories that normalize the motherhood experience, learn from experts about some of the science behind many of the common themes in that experience, and become familiar with tools and resources to empower yourself in your work life motherhood.
We're in this together
Humans are pack animals. It is in our nature. We aren't meant to mother alone.
I invite specialists in the women's health and parenting support spaces to share their expertise through updated content for you (primarily through my podcast).
There is an important ecosystem that exists to support mothers and I aim to bring the best of it to you.
Research and feedback from the Momiculture community helps us all understand the collective mothering experience, normalize the journey and support each other and ourselves. This is a big part of what informs the Roadmap, and is a formative part of the bootcamp experience in my coaching.
A survey respondent
“A lot of us feel alone and don’t know how to ask for help, especially if we don’t have family in town. I’d love to see a group development of moms who can lean on each other and know they’re in good company."
A leader in the maternal wellness space
“Your work at momiculture is addressing so many gaps that we hear from moms all the time.”