As a mom, sometimes it’s hard to just accomplish taking a shower. But we have to much potential we can tap into. So many goals we can achieve, and dreams to reach. 

In this episode of the MomUp Show, I chat with Christina Johnson all about living your purpose and how she is a published author of not one, but TWO books. (One of which is a bestseller!)

Though one thing Christina reminds us of is to also honor where you are at, and that self-love is an important component of staying empowered along the way.

Christina Johnson A.K.A. Classy Chrisy or The Purpose Pusher, is an Educator, Writer, and an Empowerment Advocate.

She is all about spreading positivity, promoting sisterhood, and encouraging love and respect for self as well as others. With her solo book Who Am I Not to Shine? Christina’s number one goal is to encourage others to reach for their purpose through their pain. She is a #1 Best Selling Author of the book collaboration 30/30 Rules: What I Wish I Knew in My 20’s. She is also the Creator of Shine, a multi-cultural greeting card, apparel, and accessory line that uplifts girls and women.

Christina holds a BA in Mass Media Communication, from the University of Hartford and an MFA in Media Design from Full Sail University. With a desire to serve, Christina has just begun. When she is not working or writing, Christina enjoys painting, dancing, reading, relaxing at the beach, and spending time with her husband and two amazing daughters. Christina’s greatest mission is to inspire others in finding or strengthening their level of self-awareness, self-love, class, and walking toward purpose.

Find Christina’s books on Amazon:

Forgiving Yourself for Parenting Mistakes

We’ve all thought it at least one, right? The question: “Am I screwing up my kids?” The truth is… yes. To some extent. We all are. Because we can’t do this job perfectly and it’s time we learn that forgiving yourself for parenting mistakes is not just ok, but essential.

Weight Loss for Busy Moms: How to Start Your Healthy Journey

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How to Enjoy Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

For a lot of moms (and dads), being able to stay at home with the kids and ditch the 9-5 sounds like a fantasy. But once you’re actually at home with those kids 24/7, it can get a little monotonous (and chaotic) to say the least. It can be hard to actually enjoy it. So here are our 10 best tips on how to enjoy being a stay-at-home mom.

25 Inspirational Mom Quotes

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Are Royal Births Different Than Ours?

Have you seen this meme? It's a glowing Meghan Markle with Prince Harry and the newest royal baby, Archie on one side. On the other side, is a typical family at the hospital after a birth, with mom rockin' some of our fav mesh panties.   There is no doubt that...