Jennifer Savage

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Jen Iamele Savage is a secondary Montessori educator, Transformational Empowerment coach, and newly self published author. She runs a mastermind program for busy mamas and writes regularly for local and international publications. She also leads virtual and live women’s circles to help her clients work through blocks and connect with their light and their purpose. Check out www.inspirationandbliss.com to find out more.

Mom Rage: From Injustice to Transformation (Part 4)

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“Though her soul requires seeing, the culture around her requires sightlessness. Though her soul wishes to speak its truth, she is pressured to be silent.” ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves:...

Mom Rage and the Need for Sisterhood (Part 3)

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You are tired of hearing the words COVID. Coronavirus. Masks. Remote learning. Stay at home orders. All things pandemic related. This time has been hard. It has been beautiful in some ways and there...

Mom Rage and Unmet Needs (Part 2)

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It is 5 pm and you just got home after picking up both of your children from daycare. Your son cried about going in his car seat and your daughter had a really bad...

Mom Rage and the Permission to Feel (Part 1)

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Let me paint a scenario for you: it’s 10 am on what seems like day # 1 million of this seemingly never-ending pandemic. You are trying to respond to work emails and simultaneously calm...

A Call to the Mamas of 2020

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Hey, Mamas of 2020, it is time to get fired up! It is time to stop being desensitized and quiet and small and complacent. If we want a better world for our children--all children...
Mothering Through Turbulent Waters Charleston Moms

Mothering Through Turbulent Waters

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The world as we know it has shifted and the uncertainty can be overwhelming at times. We are in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is unprecedented in its effect on the entire...
Are You Expecting_ Charleston Moms

A Loaded Question: Are You Expecting?

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“Are you expecting?” A year after having my son, I was asked this loaded question by an innocent coworker. Her question came as both a shock and a confirmation at the same time. She...
From A Recovering OverAchiever Charleston Moms

From A Recovering Overachiever

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I am a self-proclaimed do-er. An overachiever. A person, like many others, who have benefitted from the achievement model. I have always been “rewarded” for being ambitious; therefore, being ambitious is how I have...

From Sleep-Deprived in Survival Mode to Surrender

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It has been a minute since I last wrote. A fifteen month-long, excruciatingly sleep-deprived minute to be exact. Yes there has been some writing here and there (okay to be fair I did write...

Glimpses of Joy: Snapshots of Motherhood

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The days are long but the years are short. Before I had kids this is what I always heard parents say.  And from experience, I can now say no truer words were ever spoken...