Guest Blogger

Rachel Martin

Rachel Martin

Rachel Martin is the writer behind the website Finding Joy is a site focused on intentional living and motherhood. In three years it has reached millions of readers and at times has posts that have had over 100k fb likes.

She is the author behind the successful “Dear Mom Letters” Ebook and is currently working to complete several other hard cover books based on the success of her site.

Besides writing and speaking, you can find at her at home teaching her seven kids, drinking coffee, and learning to appreciate the little things in life that truly matter. Connect with her on her site, on her busy facebook page findingjoyblog, on twitter at @finding_joy or on instagram.

Some of her articles have been published in The Huffington Post, the Salt Lake City News/Deseret, Home Educating Family Magazine, London/Ontario Baby Magazine, and many numerous publications. Articles have been syndicated on Blogher, Circle of Moms, Home Educating Family, Power of Moms, Florida Parent Guide, Life Your Way, National Foundation for Celiac Disease Awareness and more.

She is a passionate speaker and speaks both nationally and locally on motherhood, intentional living, blogging, and on Celiac Disease/gluten free living. She is also a regular columnist for Homeschooling Today, an advocate for Celiac Disease Awareness, and part of the Udi's Gluten Free Blogger Panel.

Connect with Rachel on:
Facebook - FindingJoyBlog
Twitter - @Finding_joy
Instagram - Finding_Joy


Blog Posts by Rachel Martin

  • The Moment

    The Gift of the Moment

    Sweet mothers, have you had these days? Those moments when you get just a breath of perspective about the tenderness found in the motherhood days? I make it a point to celebrate the little things – the simple moments in life. Here’s a story about a night last year when I realized the gift found in the moment of […]

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  • Four Things to Remember on a Hard Day

    Four Things to Remember on the Hard Days

    Those hard days happen. Yesterday I wrote about the throw in the towel days and why they’re inevitable in the spectrum of motherhood. Sometimes they string together to form a hard week which strings together to form one of those seasons that becomes harder than we imagined. And yet, even in those moments where life […]

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  • The Truth About Throw in the Towel Parenting Days

    The Truth About Throw in the Towel Parenting Days

    You’ve had those days. I know it. I’ve had them. They’re the days when the clock has barely hit 8:10am and you’re already feeling like you’d love to throw in the hypothetical towel of parenting. You know that towel? The towel that has already dealt with kids that don’t want to get up, kids that […]

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  • You Are Enough Moms

    You Are Enough Moms

    Over the past several years I’ve written dozens of letters and articles to mothers. They’ve been open letters talking about our fears of failures, our worries, our wonderings if what we’re doing really matters, our successes, and our giving of self. These simple notes, filled with words of bravery, encouragement, and we’re in this together […]

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