What is a Manifesting Mom?
When I became a mom in 2007 I had no idea of the ride I was in for with my children or my life. I had no idea that my son would be diagnosed with a rare and incurable genetic disorder. I had no idea that shortly after the birth of my second child the economy would collapse, and we would be some of those who were hit hardest. I had no idea that my health would completely side swipe me and leave me feeling helpless and scared about the future. I had no idea of the many things that have occurred over the last nine years, but I wouldn’t trade any of it.
I go back to the original question. What is a manifesting mom? A manifesting mom is the woman who gets up out of bed and faces the day everyday, knowing that it will be filled with immense challenges. A manifesting mom has the ability to love all those around her, even though she has given every ounce of what she has left inside her. A manifesting mom will cook a meal for her family with love, even if it is made with limited resources in a tiny kitchen. A manifesting mom sticks it out with her partner when times get rough, faced with the unknown she still stays strong like a rock. A manifesting mom takes her health into her own hands, she takes back her life even when the doctors tell her it’s a forever diagnosis. A manifesting mom can be any mom, single or married, old or young, rich or poor. She is in charge of her life. She is inspired, she creates, she loves, and most importantly she lives.
Are you a manifesting Mom?
Rachel Pastiloff is a native of Philadelphia/South Jersey. After years of living on the West Coast, she transplanted to Atlanta, Georgia from Berkeley, Ca in 2006. Rachel is a mother with 2 young boys, ages 6 and 8 years old.. In 2009 Rachel’s oldest was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Prader Willi Syndrome. The following year her son was diagnosed again with Autism. Both of these events would help shift the direction of Rachel’s life. She began her path with health and wellness to create a better life for her family. It then became her passion. Rachel became a certified yoga teacher in 2012 and is a graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Health and Wellness Coach. A life long lover of food and cooking, Rachel helps her clients get back in the kitchen and enjoy it. She is helping people have a new relationship with not only food, but also their personal health and wellness. Her work can be seen here on the site and on Positively Positive. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org to work with her.