What if, you joined a community that was able to inspire you, help keep you motivated towards achieving your goals, or be that mom who doesn't feel shame about being a single mother. The doors for the Rockin' Single Motherhood Community are now open for registration. You might think you are already doing okay now.
But are you wanting motivation to complete a simple daily task? Are you wanting to start feeling better about yourself? Start feeling more like yourself?
I know just how it can feel with struggling to be the best mom you can be, while also struggling with finding the time and motivation to take care of YOU!
When I was diagnosed with severe depression, I looked for alternative ways of healing besides prescribed medications. So I've turned to yoga and writing in a journal. Now, from writing in a journal to posting here on the blog. But with starting up my blog has come to some backlash about the topics I have chosen to write.
Never fear, I will continue to post what I feel you may have also experienced. Not for the sake of drama, but because my struggles with single motherhood, may also be yours or other moms. Our struggles need to be heard. I also realized that so many single moms are having trouble navigating single motherhood with little to no support and I realized that there was something I could do about it.
So I put together a FREE exclusive membership community called The Rockin' Single Motherhood Community. Why the name rockin' motherhood? The decision of not being a victim of your situation. Embrace this life. Deciding to be more than a number on a chart that has tried to define you and your child's future.
It takes a powerful woman to get even half the things done that we do. Not everyone is built for this life, hell, I'm not built for it. But here we are, getting shit done! And that's what makes you a rockin' mother.
In this community, you can share your wins, roadblocks, long-term/short-term goals, or any tips you may have with other moms like yourself. Never feel ashamed or stupid for any questions you may have or setting smaller goals than other moms. It's a good thing to start with bit sized goals that are realistic then work your way up to the big ones.
I am a full-time single mom, and I don't get a lot of alone time, and mostly by choice. I use to feel like I had to do it all. That if I couldn't, then I failed as a parent. It is true what they say; it does take a village to raise a child.
Are you in need of some mommy friends? How about some single mom friends. Connect with people who understand your situation. If you are a newly single parent, then hanging other with non-single parents can be a downer.
It will make you resent the shit out of your kid’s other parent and maybe your current situation. Find comfort in new friendships. Talk about your children, talk about something other than your kids, or a new hobby that you want to try. Get out and do something that is non-parent related.
Single parents are one of your biggest supporters and will listen to you vent about anything. They will have proper responses instead of the unhelpful, "Damn that sucks," because they've either been there or are in your shoes. Just remember not to be too negative. Look for the silver lining in your situation.
In The RSM Community, I am creating challenges that promote self-care and giving you daily prompts within our group. Prompts that help motivate you, hold yourself accountable for achieving your goals with other awesome moms like yourself, and opportunities for other moms to share tips that tips that help other struggling moms.
If you’ve been struggling with self-care accountability or finding a community that you feel connected to and making you feel inspired. And wish you could start accomplishing goals for yourself that you've been putting on the back-burner, then this community is perfect for you.
This community is here to help single moms everywhere with a support system, a safe space, and information for every day overwhelm. A lot of your time is spent managing your family budget, taking on all the responsibilities of parenting, planning meals and running low on resources.
Do you want to be apart of a community that gives you the resources to start taking back your life? Well, here it is! Register today. I would love for YOU to become a member!
Hello there! I'm Daisha Renee; single mom of 3, Netflix binger, foodie and lover of yoga. Here on the blog I provide practical solutions for single motherhood.
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