Review: Mindset for Moms

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Have you ever had one of those days when you felt like a failure as a mom? Or one of those weeks? Or, even, one of those months?

Jamie Martin, who blogs at Steady Mom, was having one of those days when, desperate for help and hope, she visited the library looking for a book she’d heard about online – a book whose concept would change her thinking and give her a new outlook on life, The Power of Positive Thinking.


Fast-forward a few years to find Jamie releasing her second eBook, Mindset for Moms: From Mundane to Marvelous Thinking in Just 30 Days, in which she shares wisdom and insight to help you transform your thinking.

Broken down into 30 easy-to-read, short chapters, Mindset for Moms offers thoughtful insight and practical tips to help you focus on the positive aspects of motherhood.

Most of us would agree that motherhood is a blessing that we wouldn’t trade for anything, but we would probably also agree that those in-the-trenches days can be rough. Jamie’s encouraging words will help you to see past those moments of drudgery to the joy that is your child.

Even though Jamie’s children are much younger than mine, I picked up some tips that, although I’ve not used them long enough to see real, lasting results, have me feeling hopeful. For example, telling the kids what I want them to do, rather than all the things I don’t want them to do.

It sounds simple, but it really makes you think about how much negativity you’re putting out there on a daily basis when you stop to think about rewording what you’re about to say into a positive rather than a negative. It’s harder than it sounds.


The Martin Family

With 30 short chapters, you can read Mindset for Moms over the course of a month, paying attention to making small changes each day, or you can read the whole thing in one or two sittings and focus on the specific changes you’d like to make. Each chapter even concludes with an inspiring or thought-provoking quote that encapsulates the idea for that day, giving you a focus for the day.

In Mindset for Moms, Jamie covers such ideas as:

  • Your expectations for yourself and your children
  • Your mission
  • Your thought process
  • The principal of “good stuff in/good stuff out”

Whether you’re a new mom or a mom to teens, you’ll be encouraged and inspired by Mindset for Moms, which you can purchase in the following formats: Kindle, Nook, iTunes, or PDF file.

From now until March 31, when you purchase Mindset for Moms, you can get Jamie’s original ebook (PDF copy), Steady Days, for free. Just email Jamie with the subject line, “I bought Mindset for Moms” and she’ll send you Steady Days, a $9 value.

I received this product free for the purpose of reviewing it.  This post contains affiliate links. The thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Your experience may vary.  Please read my full disclosure policy for more details.

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