Jill Savage is an amazing woman. But not just because she speaks, writes, shares goodness and leads thousands of people around the world. It’s because she’s real. And she knows how to look at motherhood with a solid, beautiful perspective that can’t help but inspire you.
In today’s episode of Power of Moms Radio, we discuss some great topics that can help you better care for your family:
– How to catch ourselves before we go down “the rabbit hole” of frustration and comparison.
– How to transform the challenges of marriage and use them as growing opportunities.
– How to recognize when we’re unfairly comparing our children—to each other, to kids we know, or to those “imaginary perfect kids” that we’re sure exist somewhere out there.
P – Perception (parenting individuals, but not “the herd”?)
– How to fill our wells and take care of ourselves—because all this work we’re doing to emotionally support our families require energy that must be replenished.
We hope you enjoy this conversation with Jill!
Jill’s Bio: Jill Savage is an author and speaker who is passionate about encouraging and empowering others. A graduate of Butler University in Indianapolis, IN, Jill holds a bachelor’s degree in music education.
After founding Hearts at Home, a non-profit organization for moms, Jill moved from teaching music to teaching mothers. Today she travels all over the world as an author and speaker. Called one of today’s most exciting female speakers, Jill’s honest, engaging communication is strengthened by her ability to make her audience laugh while they learn.
Jill is the author of seven books and the co-author of five including the bestselling No More Perfect Moms, No More Perfect Kids, and her newest book co-authored with her husband No More Perfect Marriages. She and her husband Mark have five children, three grandchildren, and a whole herd of barn cats.
You can find Jill online at www.jillsavage.org.