Good job, Mama.
You made it to (or through) the toddler years!

Welcome to Ritual Care! I’m Kelly, and I believe that every mother can feel more supported, confident, and resilient, with the right self-care rituals. And when you’re raising little people (with big tantrums), you’ll need this skill set more than ever.

This stage is a[nother] roller coaster, and a constant struggle figuring out how to meet our babies needs without sacrificing our own. It’s work… but it doesn’t have to feel so hard.

For over 10 years, I’ve helped women feel more resilient in early motherhood (and marriage, career, endless laundry, etc.). I’ve seen mamas thrive through challenges and give themselves grace — by making self-care a non-negotiable, normal-as-teeth-brushing part of their life.

So, what exactly is self-care? This is what you’ll learn and practice here. But for now, know this: it’s not just baths, exercise, and quick feel-good fixes (that seem to fade in 5 minutes). There are different layers of self-caring that help the benefits kick in quicker, last longer, and give you the resilience that you need throughout motherhood. I created this website to help you get started on your self-care journey.

Here are 3 ways to begin…

(1) Sign up for free rituals each week, in our weekend newsletter (below) (2) dive into the Sanctuary, our online self-care studio for programs and private coaching with me, or (3) read and listen to the latest Trends & Topics.

Wherever you choose to spend your precious me-time moments, enjoy your self-care session on the site today. You’re not alone, you can do this, and your care is the key.

Big love,

SELF-CARE ONLINE

Our online self-care studio has mom-approved programs and products, including our Free Library of birth, postpartum, and mom resilience-building resources.

GET NEW RITUALS, FREE!

Every weekend, you’ll get a new Ritual Care practice or other motivation, from favorite mantras that train your mindset, to taking care of yourself with a crying baby.

PPD 101 MINI-COURSE

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