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a place to learn + grow + reflect

THINK OF TCM AS YOUR COZY CORNER OF THE INTERNET. GRAB A CUP OF COFFEE, CURL UP ON THE COUCH, AND LET'S TALK ABOUT WORK-LIFE BALANCE, GETTING OUR FINANCES IN ORDER TO LIVE OUR DREAM LIVES, AND LOVING OURSELVES SO WE CAN SHOW OUR KIDS WHAT TRUE SELF LOVE LOOKS LIKE.

Because, LBH… adulting is confusing + overwhelming AF sometimes. Whether we're trying to grocery shop on a budget for all the different food preferences of the fam, googling all the new responsibilities (“how do I stop overspending!?”), or wondering when we’ll feel like ourselves again (does the exhaustion ever go away?)… we are navigating this whole #adulting + #momming thing together.

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Fun Facts

Human design: manifesting generator

When I get stuck on a food, it's all I eat for weeks... currently inhaling cucumbers

I'm a mermaid. Haven't lived more than 3 miles from the beach in over a decade.

Astrology: cancer sun, scorpio rising, aquarius moon

My #1 reason for wanting to work for myself: freedom

about Rachel

my story in a nutshell

I went to college, got my B.S. in Psychology – went to grad school, got my M.Ed  – landed my dream job earning almost $10k more per year than colleagues that had been there for two years – only to feel totally miserable. Sounds messed up, right?

I fell into a full on quarter life crisis; completely lost when it came to my future. In fact, I was such a Debbie Downer that I got fired for being so miserable to work with. Always the Type-A overachiever, the day I got fired, I landed a new job… only get fired again three weeks later (more on that here!)

After that, I decided to go into business for myself and ended up becoming The Confused Millennial for 4 years… earning 6 figures, supporting my family, and living my dream at the time. But after having my daughter, the name no longer felt right… I knew I needed to become The Confused Mom.

I'd worked with kids since I was 13 years old from babysitting to nannying to an ABA research assistant with children on the autism spectrum. I went to a Montessori school and worked with young adults struggling with addiction. I've had a unique background that exposed me professionally and personally to a lot of situations that made my transition into motherhood easier than most. I hope to share that perspective to make it easier for other confused mom's too!

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