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This is the beginning of an ongoing series of monthly recommendations. Each month I will showcase different blogs, books, organizations, brands, and really anything that calls to me to share it. These recommendations are all coming from a place of focus around finding oneself, and the idea that to find yourself you must discover other things. To read more about that, you can check out my post, How To Move Past Feeling Lost and Begin To Find Yourself Again.
Our featured blog this month is: MuchnessMama.com
Emily Smith at MuchnessMama.com is a wonderful stop for anyone trying to rediscover their “Muchness”. Which is a perfectly fitting reference to a Mad Hatter line in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. She openly discusses that which, a lot of us as moms have felt at one point or another; feeling empty. Maybe even feeling like a shell of oneself, when focusing on being mom. Even with eight kids, she has found time to figure out what she wants, who she is, and how to find joy in the journey.
Through her blog Emily shares her direct sales business and her artwork. Along with tips to help find who you are and rediscover your muchness. She also features stay at home business tips, and wonderful tips and stories on being mom.
You may also like: My Simply Comfortable Life: How and Why I got into Direct Sales and The 6 Direct Sales and Networking Tools You Should be Using Daily
Her blog is beautifully designed with empowering graphics, and colors that inspire feelings of calmness, intention and clarity. Overall, it is quite aesthetically pleasing.
I suggest starting with “What is Muchness, and Where Did It Go?” Then continuing on to spend some time perusing all of her articles and also her art. Especially if you are a mom trying to find yourself again in a sea of motherly duties, take some time with Emily at MuchnessMama, to explore and get inspired!
Keep going to the next August recommendation in our discovery series: When it’s Time to Pick Your Path: The Crossroads of Should & Must