About Stephanie

Stephanie Hirsch has run multiple businesses online varying from weight loss and fitness to finance and personal development. Her passion is to take her years of running companies online to help mothers free themselves from the demands of traditional jobs to prosper in flexible, at-home jobs that they love to do.

The Secret to Hotter Sex For Moms In 6 Mind-Blowing Steps…

Are you feeling stuck in your sex life? It's a common joke that moms don't have time nor energy for sex any longer. And to be honest, facilitating elaborate romantic weekends with your lover or going on lavish dates can be a LOT harder. Let's face it: we're moms.  Few of us have either the [...]

2019-03-25T06:48:41+00:00By |Sex|0 Comments

Why Feeling Love is Our Birthright…

Is Your Sex Life Stale? I was totally shocked... ... when I admitted on camera in Superwoman School that marriage, for me, was sexual trauma. Dr. Diane Kobrynowicz, a social psychologist and sex therapist who specializes in wellness and women’s issues for 30 years, spent some time with me on camera really digging into why [...]

8 Videos To Help You Identify Your Life’s Purpose

When I became a mom, I was desperately lonely for an inspiring tribe. During that time, every mom I met said the same thing. “I feel like I’ve lost my purpose in life. I feel like my days have no meaning. I’ve lost myself in motherhood. I miss the woman who used to ______” I [...]

2019-02-05T15:16:44+00:00By |Purpose|0 Comments

A Mom Inspiration Story That Will Make Your Jaw Drop…

Andra Liemandt became a mom and felt the burden of having lost her identity, purpose, passion, and mission in life. Like the Superwomen reading this, Andra took the bull by the horns... in a BIG way. It started when some friends asked Andra to join them in music lessons. Before she knew it, Andra found herself [...]

Single Moms Should Never Say This Word

A friend once suggested that I reconsider using the prefix “ex” to describe my son’s father and it changed my life. Currently, I’ve changed my language from using “ex-husband” to “my son’s dad” or more regularly: “my coparent”.   These words have radically altered the way I feel energetically and emotionally towards somebody I am [...]

How Postpartum Depression Almost Landed Me In Jail… (Pt 2 in PPD Series)

Pregnancy was one big frat party to the indefinite hangover that was postpartum. Unlike pregnancy, there weren’t any concise go-to books to help me get through postpartum.  During pregnancy, there’s one goal: to deliver a living baby.  In postpartum there are more issues than you could ever write a single book about.  Just a few [...]

The Shocking Truth About Baby Einstein & The Mozart Effect

Thinking I would have some profound effect on my nieces and friends' babies brains, I spent an inordinate amount of money on "Baby Einstein" DVD's over the past decade or so. It wasn't until I began reading books as a new mom that I realized two things:  I didn't want my own child watching TV [...]

The 100 Best Songs To Jam To With Kids

I've searched high and low for great kids' playlists and, frankly, they all kinda suck. So I've taken it upon myself to share with you the ultimate kid-friendly playlist of songs that won't drive you crazy. You see, when I was pregnant, I went on a music fast that involved removing all non-religious music from [...]

2018-04-19T15:28:16+00:00By |Family|0 Comments

5 Tips For Choosing The Best Sitters on Care.com

There are few things more exciting than imagining some much-needed "me-time" after you have a baby. But sadly, there are few things more horrifying than the thought of leaving your child with a "stranger". I'm constantly asked how I found care I trust in a town I just moved to with no family or friends. [...]

2018-04-23T14:35:51+00:00By |Family|0 Comments

How Smart Women Drive Hoards of Traffic To Their Businesses…

Whether you have a Mom Blog, a clothing shop, a dental practice, or a goal of speaking from stage at Ted with your story or expertise... You need to write a book. But you're a mom.  Who has time for that?! YOU. I'll explain how in a minute... But first, I'll remind you of why YOU need [...]

The Truth About Birth Weight and IQ

When I was pregnant, I spent inordinate amounts of time reading, singing, playing music, and reciting poems in several languages to my fetus.  He's pretty smart... but it turns out my efforts probably have nothing to do with it. I've recently learned a lot about what actually helps your baby's brain develop in the womb... [...]

Cultivating Your Lioness Pride

As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.  Proverbs 12:26 As you've seen this weekend with millions of women marching all over the country, women are putting up with being second class no longer. We're tired of basing our self-worth off of our beauty; thereby sinking every professional, financial, and emotional resource into [...]

How I Beat The Winter Blues…

"Life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating."   This quote is taken from one of my favorite century-year old short stories, The Gift of The Magi by O. Henry.  The story [spoiler alert] takes place in in the early 20th century and involves a woman selling her most prized possession, [...]

2018-04-18T14:22:19+00:00By |Recovery|0 Comments

The Ultimate Family-Friendly Resort Guide…

The joy of all-inclusive resorts or family-friendly hotels with a baby can't be overstated. Imagine walking out of your hotel room door every day to flower gardens, birds, beautifully manicured lawns, pools, theme parks, dozens of events aimed at kids (if you choose a family-friendly resort), fine dining or fun buffets, shows, lights, and even [...]

2018-04-18T14:22:55+00:00By |Travel|0 Comments

The Gateway Drug To Eating Disorders?

Theodore Roosevelt said that comparison is the thief of joy. Is it also the gateway drug to eating disorders? Have you ever heard of a placebo effect? It's when somebody experiences the effects of a medicine or treatment that they don't actually receive. For instance, if you take water pills but think it's a special [...]

2018-04-18T14:23:45+00:00By |Recovery|0 Comments

50 Signs You Might Be A Mom…

You Might Be A Mom If...  You reserve the hashtag #worstdayever for when your kid doesn't nap.  Car crash?  Puh-lease.  #firstworldproblems You wear snot, spit-up, and drool with dignity because, well, you have no other choice. You sacrifice hundreds of dollars in makeup a year to the groping, clumsy hands of your toddler just so [...]

2018-04-18T14:23:56+00:00By |Family|0 Comments

What’s More Valuable Than A Yacht Full of Diamonds?

I'm going to tell you this straight up: I'm the last person to ask about relationship advice. There is a 99.999995% chance I'll never give relationship advice, except to illustrate the numerous errors I've made via this very therapeutic and self-deprecating act of blogging. You see, in the only two relationships I've had in my adult life, I've [...]