Hi, I’m Nicole Carpenter…
And I know that this is not an easy thing to do. I know you are overwhelmed and, on some days, losing your mind! I’ve been there. I know what it’s like to love your kids to pieces but be unhappy with yourself (and even your life). I know what it’s like to FAKE HAPPINESS and be TOTALLY DISCONNECTED from your kids. I even know what it’s like to WISH FOR DIFFERENT even when others would say what you have is pretty great.
Do you feel this way? It’s OK, there is a way out! Out of disconnect and out of overwhelm. MOMentity is here to help moms lost in motherhood realize they can both love themselves and their family and teach them a process that can make it happen.
I love those kiddos and my husband too. And even though I felt very blessed, I still struggled with the idea that “being a mom” was it. I knew there were other dreams (the ones burning a hole through my heart) I could accomplish and still be a good mom. I quickly realized there were other moms just like me, struggling with the same battle between nurturing personal dreams and nurturing family. Phew — I wasn’t alone!
What would you do with an extra hour each day?
We all only have 24 hours each day but I love helping women find more time anyway! My time-management program helps you find more time, balance your life and get more done. I love speaking and teaching these principles to groups of all sizes.
More about me.
Years and years ago I graduated from Weber State University with a B.A. degree in Communications, Public Relations. I founded MOMentity in 2012 and we have reached out to moms in over 7 different countries! I’ve been a columnist since 2011 and published my first book 52 Weeks to Fortify Your Family: 5-minute messages in 2015. I serve on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Leadership Institute of Utah and serve Utah’s First Lady, Mrs. Herbert, on the Uplift Families Communications Task Force.
Some conferences I have presented at are: RootsTech, Pinners Conference, MECCA Conference, the Girls Scouts of Utah, New Money Mama WorthShop, and the Utah Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (in June 2015).