Guest Blogger

Shawn Fink

Shawn Fink

Shawn Fink is a mom of twin girls and the founder of The Abundant Mama Project and the author of The Playful Family e-book. She is on a mission to inspire busy mamas around the world to slow down and start being more present, playful and peaceful.

The Abundant Mama Project is a 4-week e-course designed to help frazzled mamas see the good in their lives -- and in taking really good care of themselves.

Website:

www.abundantmama.com/

Blog Posts by Shawn Fink

  • childs quirks

    3 Ways to Love your Child’s Quirks

    My daughter has a big, powerful voice. My other daughter likes to do things better than everyone else. These are personality quirks that are often the source of conversations around our house. Conversations about trying harder to not upset others. Once I realized that these “issues” we were constantly addressing were really just interesting ways […]

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  • Coping

    Coping with the Crying

    She’s not fine, I thought. She keeps crying. I’m doing something wrong. I have no idea what to do. These are the things I remember thinking in the first few months of my twin daughters’ lives. Motherhood was instantly not at all what I thought it would be. I thought my children wouldn’t cry that […]

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  • mom melt

    Avoiding a Mommy Meltdown

    We’ve all been there. A really, really long day. The children haven’t been listening or they have been fighting or crying non-stop. And we haven’t had a chance to take care of ourselves. The little things that poke at our patience start to add up. We start to question what we’re doing wrong. We start […]

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  • Mom Burnout

    3 Causes of Mom Burnout

    It’s not just all that hard work and those daily battles wearing you out. You NEED time for yourself. You know you do. And sometimes, you even get a little — but not nearly as much as you wish or need. Mostly you are just really busy being that person everyone else relies on so […]

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  • Happy Mornings

    The Art of Happy Mornings

    I really love mornings. I love the newness of the day, the opportunity — the chance to get it all right, for once. And I love the coffee. But what I don’t love is when the really early alarm goes off — and by alarm I really mean just a tap, tap, tap on your […]

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