About Kate Martin
I’m here for one reason and one reason only – because I want to make your mom life as spectacular as possible.
As far as I’m concerned, every mother has the following rights:
- The right to be comfortable and content in her home.
- The right to be happy and connected with who she is as an individual, not just as a mother.
- The right to enjoy her family and this precious time raising her children as much as possible – even in hectic, busy seasons.
These are things that every mother should be achieving on a daily basis – so why are so many of us having trouble with that?!
Whether you’re stressed out because you’re in a season of life where there is just too many things going on, you’re feeling overwhelmed because your house is chaotic and you don’t know how to make it stop feeling like that, or you remember that person you used to be before you had kids, and you miss her and want to get back to her – I’m here for you.
If you’re tired of wearing leggings and T-shirts, you’re tired of not feeling like any of the cleaning you do makes a difference, you’re tired of wondering when you last showered or did your makeup or had a date night out with your husband – I’m here for you.
And if you’re tired of being embarrassed to have people over, scared when the doorbell rings because what if it’s someone you know, or diving down another aisle when you encounter someone you recognize at the store – I’m here for you.
I’ve been there. I get it.
When my dad asked me, while I was in the hospital after having just given birth to my daughter, if I was having problems at home because my house was a mess, I was mortified. When my mental health spiraled after her birth and I was dealing with anxiety and intrusive thoughts on an hourly basis, I didn’t know how to dig myself out of my hole. When I felt like a frumpy mess, covered in spit up and baby poop, wearing things that didn’t flatter me because that was all I had, I didn’t have a clue how to change.
So I learned. I decluttered my home. I learned about mindset and how to change my own. I cleaned out my wardrobe and carefully curated what I added. And I felt called to teach others to do the same thing.
Because being a mom is hard. Being a homemaker is hard. Being a wife is hard. But nothing is more important.
We are shaping the world’s tomorrow. We are raising children that will make a difference. We are raising them to be the people we need. We need to start by modeling that for them.
We need to teach our children to love themselves by letting them see how we treat ourselves. We need to show our children how to respect their possessions by treating ours right. We need to model love and compassion and kindness to our children so they can show those to others – and I believe it begins with their mother.
Are you ready to get yourself in order? Are you ready to make your home an oasis of calm in a world of chaos? Are you ready to show your children how to care for and respect themselves?
If the answer is “yes,” please stick around. Because I think it’s truly the most vital thing we can do as mothers.