Momnipotent

Momnipotent: 8 Feminine Strengths to Help You Find Peace, Balance, and Joy

A Movement to Reclaim a Vocation

Is being a mother what you thought it would be? The exhaustion, monotony, mounting unfinished projects, a loss of a sense of self... Too many moms, especially young and new moms, do in fact feel disillusioned. Maybe you feel you've been sold a bill of goods, that success and happiness are not possible through the vocation to motherhood. Many moms quietly resign themselves to the idea that success, happiness and fulfillment are things they will need to find in spite of motherhood, not because of it.

In Momnipotent, Danielle Bean understands all this first-hand and meets women where they are. With great wit, wisdom, and compassion, she provides much-needed encouragement to all women and beautifully resonates with their feminine hearts.

 

An 8-week Experience for Moms

Momnipotent brings together Danielle and a guest expert with women of all experience and walks of life. Through real and honest conversations, this group of women journey together through the concerns, challenges, joys, and unique experiences that all mothers share. Join Danielle in this opportunity to share, challenge, and encourage each other in motherhood and momnipotence.

In Momnipotent You Will:

  • Rediscover and reconnect with your unique, beautiful, and powerful feminine gifts
  • Learn ways to encourage and support other women in their vocation to motherhood
  • Find out how to make time to take care of yourselves
  • Understand what it means to be called to motherhood - biologically and spiritually
  • Learn how to become Momnipotent by using your feminine gifts in your home, family, and community

 

 

Momnipotent: Feminine Strengths to Help You Find Peace, Balance, and Joy

About the Author

Danielle Bean, mother of eight, is editor-in-chief of Catholic Digest. She is also author of My Cup of Tea: Musings of a Catholic Mom, Mom to Mom, Day to Day: Advice and Support for Catholic Living and (with Elizabeth Foss) Small Steps for Catholic Moms: Think. Pray. Act. Every Day.