I never thought of becoming a mother as a, “new start”. For me, becoming a mother was always a continuance—a New Chapter.
I’m still the same protagonist with a different plot and new characters. Some days I understand my new role and others I’m baffled. What would the old me do in this situation? Who is the new me, will the old me ever resurface? Is this a New Chapter or an entirely new book?
Join us this month as Über Moms discuss what their idea of a New Chapter is.
Julie Leonard gives us professional tips on becoming a Mompreneur. Monica Bock, holistic nutritionist paves the road with good intentions, while new contributor Mallika builds the foundation for a happy mid-life. Lisa Davidson becomes a mother of 2 in her new chapter and Pia Johansson, makes a big move. Katie Rössler finds a new love. Julia Seidl, loves fashion but admits to being unprepared to dress for the new role. Abbie Casper, Über educated, over-worked and missing her nest, explores a new profession find out how here….continue reading.
We’d like to welcome some new writers contributing this month and thank everyone for their efforts and support. Particularly Georgia Chapman who has spent the last 3 years providing us with tech and moral support. Without her contributions and lovingly diligent focus we wouldn’t be able to produce a newsletter every month for the community. Thank you Georgia for all the time you have dedicated to making this group successful.
Jordan Sapir, mother of 2 glitter laden girls, 1 and 3, studied Journalism and International Political Science in NYC, a place she once called home. She can slaughter 5 languages fluently. She has worked in a newsroom or 2, walked a catwalk or three, and is all for an impromptu adventure. Having traded in her Prada for Preztels, the founder of Über Moms, lives in Munich, while being a stay at home mom, and studying to become a certified nutritionist. She is a mommy on a mission and wants to help fellow mothers stay healthy, raise happy families and beat a PR here and there.