The Empowered Mama is a practical and interactive workbook full of simple, powerful tools to help moms reconnect with themselves on the journey through motherhood.
Moms often try to juggle the roles of wife, mother, and homemaker while also being professional, competent women. Many moms feel like they can't take time to replenish their bodies and minds, despite their many roles. There's just not enough time in the day, and it seems selfish to take time when families and work still demand more.
The Empowered Mama is a practical workbook full of simple, powerful tools to help you reconnect with yourself on the journey through motherhood. Author Lisa Druxman uplifts, inspires, and takes moms on a journey not just to rediscover themselves, but to fall in love with motherhood again. Whether you are a working mom or a stay-at-home mom, this book will add balance to your life.
Since there will never be more hours in the day, The Empowered Mama will help you maximize the hours you do have to accomplish what matters most. This guide focuses on all parts of a mom's life—work relationships, built-up stressors, cleaning up your diet, even going green and being more mindful about the environment—all with the intuitive understanding that getting the rest of your life in order will only reap huge dividends for your family.
About the Author
Lisa Druxman has created an empire around healthy motherhood. She is the founder of FIT4MOM, the leader in fitness and motherhood. FIT4MOM offers Stroller Strides, Fit4Baby, and Body Back, the country's largest fitness program for moms, with 2,000 locations and nearly 300 franchises around the country. Lisa is the creator of the DVD workouts Mama Wants Her Body Back and the author of Lean Mommy by Hachette Books. Lisa has been featured numerous times on the Today Show and has made guest appearances on Montel, CNN, Inside Edition, and more. Lisa's articles and her story have been in parenting magazines such as Pregnancy, Parenting, and Baby Talk; fitness magazines from Fit Pregnancy and Shape to Self; and business magazines from Entrepreneur to WorkingMother.