Do you want a better mom blogger’s life? Do you want to give your loved ones your all and still find room to breathe and pursue your own dreams and passion?
Because you are more than “Moooooom, where are my socks?”
So you started this little blog as your creative outlet, contribution, and money-making project (hopefully).
- Your budget is tighter than your jeans with Corona pounds
- You don’t know WHEN the heck to get it all done without crying in the shower you have for yourself for 2 MINUTES
- You don’t have a cleaning lady to come over – or a fairy
- Your family does not live next door to step in and help with the kids
- You don’t even know where to get started with a project that is NOT dinner
You want something of your own, a blog you built yourself and you can be proud of!
I got you! Let’s be blogging besties!
Some time ago, I found myself in a dark place. Broke, disillusioned, out of control anxiety. I was feeling helpless and alone.
I wanted to leave this gloomy place and not let a lack of resources get in my way. Life is too precious! But I didn’t know how!
Then, one day, I found a cute little printable online. I was amazed someone created it and gave it away for free! It was a to-do list with candy canes.
I printed it and started using it. All of a sudden, there was hope. I had made a mini-plan and accomplished something.
Today, I’m passionate about sharing with you all that I have learned in the last exciting years to create a beautiful blog of my own with simple means.
That doesn’t mean I have it all figured out!
I still struggle at times, I can’t take pin-worthy pictures of our dinner on any given day, and I hide my unbathed hair in woolen beanies more often than I care to admit.
But I have found some ways to make mom blogger’s life a little easier.
Does simple and easy sound good to you?
This blog is for you! I’ll show you how to use what you have to create a blog you love and can’t stop talking about – instead of keeping it a secret because you’re so scared of judgement.
Are we game? Cool!
What this blog can do for you
I share with you all the things I learned when living in Africa’s 3rd biggest city in financial straits and lacking even the most basic homemaking skills. I know that like me you sometimes struggle with managing your home and finances or bringing dinner to the table each day.
It does get easier with the right hacks. I’m all about making your mom life more relaxed by providing easy to follow instructions and fresh ideas to streamline your blog and breathe easier. You will get more done with less stress and finally feel like YOU CAN DO IT!
You don’t have to go to Africa. Instead, enjoy this blog and learn from my experiences to manage your home better with the means you already have.
My Free Resources For You
I created a cute to-do list for you to take with you right now. Just click the image to download yours in full letter size. This is your start! You can do this. You can create an amazing life! Do it now with what you have, or it will not get done at all.
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If I told you I was a Ph.D. leaving a promising career in science to live in Morocco in financial straits, earning less than 3 Dollars per hour and loving it, would you believe me?
And yet, this is what I did.
The years to come were tough, instructional, full of real-life experiences, joy, and setbacks. I wanted to make the most out of life with whatever means I have to my hands.
What made me a passionate mom blogger?
I now live in the Ruhr district where I was born. So, you probably know by now, that English is not my native language and I apologize for all the little mistakes and big fat blunders. Sorry!
I’m a mom of a little girl, wife, writer, food lover, and servant of God. I am a German Muslim and I have a happy and diverse family of Moroccan and German origin that lives in several countries.
Let’s go to Africa
In 2009, after graduation, my husband and I decided to go to Morocco and live there happily ever after. We had to get by with one average Moroccan salary of 600 $ a month and that what I was making on the side. I worked as a teacher for German and freelance writer (starting with Textbroker).
A homemaker is born
In addition to fighting with the budget, I had to learn homemaking and cooking from scratch. I needed to learn fast because I just would not find all that convenient stuff in the stores that I used in Germany. Unfortunately, I was not prepared or experienced at all. I read the cookbooks I had brought with me over and over again and browsed the web for hours. I learned to clean a filthy bathtub with simple means, to make my own mozzarella or use old flatbread in about a million ways.
And I learned that whatever your situation is, you can always do something.
You want to learn something new to try right now? Go ahead then…
Back to Germany
Well, happily ever after lasted three years. Then, we decided to go back to Germany. But I wanted to share all that I have learned and finally decided to do it in a blog – this blog. And maybe one day, if it is God’s will, we will go back and live happily in that beautiful sunny country again.
The pillars of my life
I am a committed wife and mother. I truly believe that God has given me my husband and we are parts of one soul. In 2014 our daughter was born and despite a stressful first year, she is our joy in life.
My life is around my family and based on my belief in God. I just love to eat and actually I only cook every day to have a delicious dinner to share with my loved ones.
Things I love
I love the magic of every new beginning. Craft something out of nothing. Like a piece of text. When I’m not writing, I read or cook. In addition to that, I love the sun, sweet treats and sitting in a café.
I’m thrilled that you have taken a few minutes out of your busy life to read about mine. I would be glad to hear from yours, too. Shoot me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org, reach out to me on Facebook or check out my Pinterest profile.
Headshot on top: Andreas Ren, andreas ren photography, Bochum.