Author: Nicole Carpenter

Live Launch Party!

We launched MOMentity with a Google+ Hangout Live Party. We chatted with some great moms! Now your newest friends:  Sarah of Confessions of a Slacker Mom, Lisa of Lose With Lisa, and Lindsey of The R House. Take a look! (My favorite part starts about 6 minutes...

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MOMentity on TV!

On May 24, 2012 MOMentity debuted on television when I was interviewed by Tanya Papanikolas on KSL Today, the local NBC affiliate. I am so excited to spread the MOMentity Process to the world and help as many moms as I can find their unique identity, love their life, and become a Mother of...

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MOM Resolution #6: Everyone Needs Playdates

Years ago I remember a phone conversation I had with a long-time friend. We were at two very different stages in life. She had four children and had just gone back to school. She had new friends and new adventures in her life. She had just told me about some of the new, extreme sports she had taken up like paragliding and rock climbing. Then she asked me, “so what do YOU do for fun?” I sank in my chair. I had no idea. I had nothing to say. At the time, my second child was only a few...

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MOM Resolution #5: Cherish My Children

Now I that I had specific times for Working Me, I wasn’t sneaking off to my laptop every chance I got.  It was time to spend quality time with my children. I wanted to cherish my children. I wanted to live fully in each moment. We cuddled on the couch. We made tracks for Matchbox cars, built play dough stations, drew hopscotch on the sidewalk. We played Ring-around-the-rosie and Hide-and-seek. Have you played Hide-and-seek lately? I don’t mean let-them-hide-while-you-pretend-to-seek-and-fold-laundry. You hide! Pick a really great spot. Get there and stay quiet. When their little feet pass you by, wait...

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MOM Resolution #4: Leverage My Time

Once you have decided your most important roles, it’s time to make time for them! I know this is tricky. It seems there is never enough time. When I was first learning to Leverage My Time, my twin toddlers had just gone from two naps a day to one. Losing that extra two hours a day was already sending me spinning! I could hardly find time to shower! But my new goals were important to me. Joy from living at my full potential was important to me.  It was time to control my time, not allowing my time (or...

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