Mom Tribe – There’s Room At Our Table
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It’s a time to show gratitude and reflect on all the things that we appreciate. When I think about my day, how busy it is, and all that is placed in my online planner, there is nothing more comforting than the thought that I’m not going through this alone. You see, there is this spectacular group of women, momprenuers, rising tide society members, believers in community over competition, and all the other million positive ways I can describe them… there’s this group of FRIENDS, my mom tribe, that have collectively supported and encouraged me whole-heartily.
It’s important to surround yourself with positivity, and to my mom tribe ladies, I am forever grateful. So, continuing in my celebration of Thanksgiving, I want to extend the invitation to other moms out there. We have room at our table. Continue reading this post to learn more.
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Have you ever needed someone that gets you?
For starters, the reason mom tribes are important is because they prove that you do not have to do it all by yourself. It’s a special bond of the business, sort of speak, where we learn about each other’s lives. By sharing the most precious aspects of our thoughts, we have open, candid discussions about EVERYTHING. For example, I said before that my daily online planner was jammed packed. However, before continuing further, I had a few questions that need answering. I’m so happy that I can pop whatever topic from my head, and I’m going to get back sound advice from someone who understands me.
Need advice about burnout? Got it. SEO or writing for others? Yep. Of course, some of the most inspiring conversations have occurred within the realms of the mom tribe. And, with that, let’s move on to my next point.
We actually talk and help each other.
Explaining things further, I really stink at opening up. And honestly, this is why I think God made diversity. I acknowledge the fact that, if everyone was just like me, things probably would not revolve. Hence, it takes our collective group of creatives, tinkerers, and experiences to keep the pot boiling and the meal going forward.
Besides, when you network with a group of people that are working to improve the next set of generations (coincidentally their children), the commonalities for good intentions sky rocket through the roof. It feels wonderful to talk with others that share your dreams.
Furthermore, I remember clearly, when I was first approved to be an affiliate for Corelle. I was pretty ecstatic. The tribe joined in the celebrations and helped promote all the articles related to the endeavor. Pretty much, anyone they knew, who wanted some fabulous plates like the ones featured in this article’s photo, they told them to click here. For this reason, the mom tribe rocks.
Our mom tribe has room.
Before we conclude, are you a blogger that focuses on family and parenting? Come have a seat with us. See what we’re about and how we can help you. Besides, we’re all #MomingInThisTogether, right? Personally, I can’t wait to see you around.
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