This conference is genius! It offers ALL moms a FREE opportunity to gain insight and inspiration in the comfort of their own home!
That’s worth repeating:
- In the comfort of your own home – NO DREADFUL BABYSITTER SEARCH NEEDED
- A conference of knowledge and insight for the hardest and most important job in the world!
I always think it’s so interesting how as moms, we feel guilty to spend time away for ourselves, or to spend money on ourselves, and why would we need a conference? We JUST stay home. I dare any mom to say at least one of these scenarios doesn’t apply to them. It’s just the way it is. There are so many places to spend our money – our kids that are struggling, or have needs, our spouse that has hobbies, it’s just natural for us to put their needs first…which is admirable and that’s what makes women so amazing, self is often last, but we have to take care of ourselves too!
With the Mom Conference we can do it all! Finally something where we can actually do it all! We can still spend our tight dollars and time on our family and in the meantime be inspired to do our hardest and most important job in the world!!
This is how it works:
- They offer the conference live for FREE! From October 13-15 they will be streaming videos and podcast from a variety of experts – last year, every single one I heard I loved! I wanted to hear them all!!
- If you miss the free live session and are totally bummed, you have the option to pay a minimal price for a rebroadcast.
- If once wasn’t enough and you want to have the talks as a reference, you can pay for a full package of every talk at the conference.
Is this not genius?? Click our affiliate link to sign up! It’s free and there is nothing to lose! This is my kind of conference.
Thank you to the Saren from Power of Moms and Desi from Unconventional Kitchen, for spending so much time and effort finding inspiring experts to teach us and for the countless hours of putting it all together so we can enjoy it for FREE!
Here is a video of what you can expect!
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