Book Giveaway! The Empowered Mama by Lisa Druxman

I’m SO excited for my friend and colleague Lisa Druxman! The founder of Fit4Mom and creator of Stroller Strides, Fit4Baby, and BodyBack programs has a new book out and it’s all about keeping your sense of self while raising a family. As someone who spent the last 20 years working on building a company that would allow her to work and be there for her family, while helping other moms to the same, Lisa is a professional I’ve looked up to for years. I’m proud to call her my friend.

Although I’m not technically a full-time mom, I will be one day I think it’s ridiculously smart to listen to those who’ve come before you. Listening to and reading about the struggles moms face every day is hard. It often leaves me wondering if I’ve got what takes to do the job.

I was originally planning to give away my copy of this book after I finished reading it, but once I dove in, I realized I didn’t want to give it up. There are so many useful pages to fill out and reflect on that I feel like I will NEED this book in my life down the road, perhaps to come back to time and again.  So I’ll be buying another copy and shipping it out to one of you!

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Giveaway ends at midnight December 7th!

If you want your own copy now, order it here & check out her podcast Motivating Mom

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  1. Laura says:

    I am very interested in what she has to share and your thoughts after readying. Their are few things more challenging then finding the balance of maintaining and filling up ones self while constantly giving to others.

  2. Jenn says:

    I would love to gift this to a working mama down in Zion 🙂 she just took the time to write a letter and commented how she wishes to figure out how to get off work by 530 get a hike or a bike ride in and take that time for herself! This would be perfect!

  3. Lindsay says:

    This is something I struggle with daily, weekly, monthly…and so on…plus if I do get a mommy mental break I feel guilty or like I should be taking that time to spend with my littles and not on myself…its a constant struggle… I am wondering what this book can bring to that mindset and how I could possible work around it 🙂

  4. Veronica Herst says:

    This book sounds perfect for my life right now!

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