Are you a mom of a tween and/or teen? You’re at the right place…

Being a mom of a tween and/or teen is unique:

-We’re sad our kids are growing so fast, yet we’re also proud of who they’re becoming.

-Our kids REMEMBER what we say.

-More independent kids give moms time to revisit our personal goals.

-Time is moving at warp speed and we hope we’re doing enough right.



I’m Cheryl, a high school teacher of 15+ years, a mom of a 13yo, 12yo and 8yo, and writer of this website. Subscribe to get instant free access to our EMandK’s Freebie Library. Library includes 2 free ebooks, printables and more empowering content.

 
 
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Also published on The Huffington Post and Today Parenting. 

Be an Empowered Mom

Free mini-ebook

Meditations for Moms: Renewal and empowerment in 8 minutes a day

Learn a simple, short meditation practice designed just for moms. This book will walk you through 7 meditations that will help you calm the crazy-mom-brain, hear your inner compass, and be wrapped in God’s peace.

Watch a video of me explaining more about this eBook here. 

Topics Include:

  • Becoming Wise & Strong 
  • Finding Healing 
  • Growing Your Faith
  • Daily Joyful Living
  • Self-Care
  • Working Moms
  • Organization and Your Home
  • Why Moms are So Important

Raise Empowered Tweens/Teens

Topics Include:

  • Building Character in Your Kids
  • Raising Faith-Filled Kids
  • Family Connection
  • Raising Sons
  • Parenting

 

 

 



Help your kids daily see God working in their ordinary lives. This simple, family devotional is powerful and effective. Make it a dinner time discussion or a conversation as you tuck your kids into bed. We’re all crazy busy, so I intentionally created this devotional that will act as a stress-reliever as you and your child connect over the pages. Grab it for free below.

 

 

Watch a video of me explaining more about this eBook here. 


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