Where Mothers (Finally) Find
Because you can be a roaring success — and raise a family.
Welcome Home, Mama!
You’re in the right place if you’re ready to:
|Design Motherhood on your own terms, so it works for you & and your fam.||Boost your confidence so you never settle for less (or sell out) when it comes to your ambitions & talents.|
|Find time in your sched for self-care, biz development, and hobbies (without feeling guilty).||Discover what you’re capable of, & watch the ripple effect of your success positively impact the people you love.|
|Never again second guess what you want in business and life.||Strengthen your resilience, so whatever doesn’t kill you had better start running. Wink.|
Hint: We’re all about you, not your children
School For Mothers Is
Fuel & Fortification
For Women Who Want More.
Let’s change the cultural contract that says being a Good Mother and Your Own Person is impossible.
Instead, we’re about both. We’re about and. We’re about YOU.
Have a Mother of a Conversation
Women (who happen to have children) are defining & redefining themselves — instead of letting our noisy culture define their identity for them. Yeah, it’s pretty #revolutionary.
NOISE: A Manifesto Modernising Motherhood
THE BOOK THAT ANSWERS:
HOW CAN I BE A MOTHER AND STILL BE ME?
“Danusia makes motherhood political – giving tangible steps to help shift our societal views on motherhood and make a change.” —Eve Rodsky, author of NYT Bestseller FAIR PLAY
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Hey, I’m Danusia Malina-Derben, and I’m a mother — just like you.
And I know you love your child(ren) and want the very best for them, always. That’s a given, right?
So let’s agree — shall we — to set the subject of love for our kids aside. After all, just because you’re craving fulfillment and MORE as a woman doesn’t mean you want to be less of a mother.
And yet this is what we’re told day in and day out. It’s either the welfare & happiness of our children — or ours. Their wellbeing and big dreams — or ours. Their fulfillment. Or ours.
Being a mother of ten kids and a successful business woman, I’m here to say that it doesn’t have to be like this. Isn’t it time to explore a life that lets you have your cake (and kids), and follow your dreams, too? (Why yes. Yes, it is.)