As working moms, we’re all looking to uplevel our systems and routines, and today’s guest helps us do just that!
Jenna Worthen is the author of Mom Who Works and founder and chief curator for an online, global organization of the same name. Exhausted by the label “working mom” and all the things that come with it—unnecessary bias, mom guilt, lesser pay and career mobility, and more— Jenna sought a new identifier for women who work. Thus, the phrase “mom who works” was born.
Three things you’ll learn in this episode:
- Setting the rhythms & routines that work best for you.
- The big difference between mom who works vs. working mom & why it matters.
- Follow your intuition and discover what’s right for YOU.
To connect with Jenna, head to:
Book: Mom Who Works
“That’s part of our problem with receiving, right? It’s like, I have to do all of this and I have to do it right. Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. But what I know is that you have to define what “all” is just for you. Because your “all” is different from my “all”. If I’m only looking at your “all” and trying to match your “all”, I literally am never gonna be able to be that. But if I can get really clear about what my “all” is, then I’m going to open this space to receive. I’m going to open a path to abundance. I’m going to get really clear about the things that I’m going to take up and the things that I’m going to let go.” – Jenna Worthen