Moms, do you ever have a morning when you would just rather hide under the covers than get out and face the world? In The Brave Art of Motherhood by Rachel Marie Martin, Rachel reminds us that hiding under the covers or crying in the closet isn’t an option. We have to face motherhood all the good, all the bad and she shows us how to make a life we love.
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Be true to yourself
The Brave Art of Motherhood is a book for moms. For moms who feel discouraged, who feel tired and overwhelmed, and who feel they aren’t being true to themselves or their families. Rachel Marie Martin of Finding Joy shares with candidness and openness her struggles during her marriage and difficulties of being a single mom.
As you read The Brave Art of Motherhood, you feel like there is another mom walking with you on the path of motherhood. While the journey isn’t always easy, it’s worth the cost.
The book starts by reminding us of the masks we wear. While Rachel shares deeply personal stories from her life, we can all relate to wearing masks and trying to be someone we aren’t to the world. We realize sometimes it can be very hard to be ourselves when the image we want to show isn’t reality.
While we each have our own unique story, we struggle with many of the same problems.
Yet, there’s more to each of our stories.
Remembering who you are
Sometimes as moms we forget who we are and who we hoped to be.
In The Brave Art of Motherhood, Rachel Marie Martin gives you the steps to take to make the changes you want to make. She shows you how to overcome the challenges and fears that are stopping you from being the person you want to be. But it’s not a 1, 2, 3 self-help guide book either, it’s very personal like a friend giving you advice.
Throughout The Brave Art of Motherhood, Rachel Marie Martin encourages us that even though we are moms, we don’t have to let circumstances stop us. Life might not be exactly what we planned, but we can still make an amazing life. I love this quote from the book, “Today is not defined by your past. It is your clean slate, your start. Be fearless and tomorrow will be different.”
Why will you love this book?
It’s a heart to heart book for moms.
As you read it, you will be nodding your head in agreement. You’ll smile as you relate to the experiences and stories shared in this book.
You will dare to take the next step. You will stop wishing and dreaming and start doing.
Get your copy of The Brave Art of Motherhood today and be inspired to live a life that’s more than you ever imagined.