For the past few weeks I’ve been working on my newest baby. I have had the website Right Hand Mom up for a while but in it’s first incarnation it was a business site for the Maternity Concierge work I was doing. From day one, something about it wasn’t a fit.
I realized that my passion is more than just helping people find the right car seat. My passion lies in sharing my stories and experiences in hopes that they inspire someone, or at least help them see they’re not alone in the madness of life.
My dream has always been to open a physical space where women would go to rejuvenate and be inspired. My dream “house” is a place where people would always know they were safe. They could trust the various service providers there to move them in the right direction be it a path for fitness and nutrition, job searching, education, new parent advice or good old fashioned therapy-my house would be full of exactly the right women to get each job done-women with killer smarts and spirits of sharing. Women who aren’t about charity, but are about empowering their fellow sisters on their journeys.
So far, I haven’t figured out a way to open this dream house yet so in the meantime I’m hoping Right Hand Mom can become a virtual home for a community of women that need a place to “land”. There are recipes, financial tips, product and event reviews and suggestions, and of course there will still be a sprinkling of wacky stories so no one thinks I believe I’m an expert at anything. Right now I’m the only writer but my vision is to have lots of moms contributing their genius so that we’re a group of Right Hand helpers.
Right Hand Mom is designed to be the safe place for all women and even men to go to learn and share.
I sure hope you’ll stop on by and tell your friends.
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