Motherhood is the most amazing experience and incredible journey imaginable, but it is also one of the hardest and often THE hardest thing you will ever do. In recent years the definition of motherhood being hard has been warped into the image that motherhood is bad. We are constantly bombarded with negative images of motherhood and it’s just not true. Motherhood is hard, but it can also be positive.
Super Mum Society is here to help you enjoy YOUR motherhood, YOUR way. We wanted to create a community of like-minded mums, who embrace self-development and want to get the most out of their lives. Women, who want to feel strong and motivated in their roles as mothers. Who aren’t afraid to ask for help and learn the skills they need to be the mums they want to be. Together we can keep the image of motherhood real and honest, but still positive, an amazing journey that we love. Without having to “wing it” all the time.
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Latest News Updates
Our online shop is open for business with our first product Positivity Postcards. Perfect for Mother's Day! Click here to check it out.
You can now get on our retreat waitlist. 3 days of life-changing workshops, talks, fitness and relaxation. By joining the waitlist you'll hear about the dates first, get special early bird rates and special bonuses when booking. Click here to check it out.
Our aim is to provide you with one destination for all your motherhood needs. Making motherhood better, easier and happier. We also work with outside experts to make sure you're getting the best content.
What Super Mum Society is about:
Supporting your journey to be the mum you want to be. Feel good about yourself as a person and as a mum. Make your life feel full and satisfying, without just being “busy”. Aspiring to be our best selves, helped by our willingness to learn new skills and embrace new ideas.
What Super Mum Society is NOT about:
Saying we should all be perfect, 1950s housewife dolls. Easy fixes, with no effort required. Accepting ourselves as unwashed, sweary, alcoholic messes now we are mothers. Feeling rubbish if we aren’t matching up to other mothers we know or see in the media. Belittling others' success.