Hi, I'm Wendy :)

I'm a podcaster, life coach and woman trying everyday to live with mojo, more joy. I have a Masters of Divinity degree (pastor's degree, Methodist tradition) with training in counseling and spiritual direction, am certified in the science of happiness, and have a research background at Duke University helping hundreds of participants through depression.

But mostly, I'm a mom. We probably have a lot in common.

Your kids deserve a confident, mentally-fit 

and joyful mom.

You deserve to be her. 

It's my core belief that when moms own their power and influence, everyone benefits. Being the best version of you is the greatest gift you can ever give your family.

It's why I do what I do. I once was where many moms  are: second-guessing, playing small, wondering if I'd missed out on something everyone else knew or if I was enough. At a few pivotol lows, I asked Spirit for healing, guidance and help.

Spirit showed up in truly miraculous ways and led me to seminary to study my mind, emotions and soul. Out of my own transformation I created a tool called T.E.A.M. Work, which is the basis of everything I teach. It's like a mental chiropractic adjustment that aligns our thoughts to manifest more joy in our lives. Today I believe in myself. I believe in my extraordinary power as a mom. I'll teach you exactly how to get there, too. 

Contact me: wendy@mojoformoms.com

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Ep. 45 Foreboding Joy

Do you ever entertain a fear of joy? The fear that if you allowed yourself to feel pure, glorious, fully saturated joy, the other shoe would drop? Or that somehow your happiness should be a source of guilt in a world of suffering? This fear and guilt is very common, and there's a name for it: foreboding joy. We'll dive in and examine it in this week's episode.


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