Work from home Mama

Hi! I’m Sarah Langner. Together with my husband, Ryan, we have 4 children. I’m sure you’ll understand when I tell you they’re amazing, wonderful, and the most stressful part of my life. Don’t get me wrong, they’re amazing people and they try so hard to help and be good. But even while they try to help and be good, we’re faced with the dilemma of actually getting things done today, or letting it sit for a week (or 2 years) while they help or have a million other needs that must come first. 

As a mother I’ve worked as a registered nurse, been a stay at home mom, been a mother that volunteered hours per week, I’ve followed one idea after another. For a while I created stuffies and art dolls. I then moved onto creating wire sculptures (I still do this because I love it so much). I’ve taken classes and courses off and on, and have homeschooled our children at the same time. 

In other words I know how busy you are. I know the many different directions you’re pulled, and I know how hard it is to both give yourself permission to care for yourself as well as actually caring for yourself. And I went 5 years without having a date night with my husband. After becoming a mother, the first night I spent without a baby in the bed with me was because I was having surgery and had to stay overnight in the hospital. 

I really do know how hard it is to give yourself space without feeling guilty all the time. I get it. But I also know that it’s possible. 

I believe all mothers deserve Possibilities. I believe all mothers deserve MORE.

When you’re ready to give yourself MORE. When you’re ready to open yourself to the possibilities available to you. When you’re ready to make the changes necessary to live a full, happy life, I’ll be here, ready to support you and help you see the many possibilities open to you. 

My Mission is to guide women to define and reach their goals in a way that empowers them to take action, lifts them so they can commit to caring for themselves, and connects them with their family, friends, and community.

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