Join A Community of Inspired Moms

There are a lot of ways to be a part of this amazing community of inspired moms:


The Inspired To Action Facebook Page


Kat’s Twitter account.

Join us each morning for some encouragement and accountability. Just search for and use the #hellomornings hashtag. (This is my FAVORITE stream on Twitter, all you amazing women inspire me every morning…) Even if you don’t use Twitter, this is a great reason to start. ๐Ÿ™‚

(Learn more about what #hellomornings is here.)

Here’s a glimpse:



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  • My name is Jessica. My blog is Coffee and a Cookie and it started as a food/recipe blog and has become a little bit of everything I find interesting. I am a wife and stay at home mom to a 6 month old little girl named Adeline, and enjoying every minute of it. I’m always looking for inspiration to improve my routine and make life smoother so I can enjoy the special moments and relax with my family.

  • Hi Kat,

    I absolutely love your blog- I’m so excited you started this community gathering!

    I stay at home with my three children (3 1/2 year old son, 22 month old daughter and 2 months old son) I’m a holistic health and nutrition counselor and teach classes and workshops around inspired nutrition and healthy living. My blog is The WellGrounded Life, where I post articles that help busy moms take great care of themselves and their families.

    I’ve just recently begun writing and preparing online classes, books and courses so I can work with folks outside my physical living area. My first eBook is about using real foods to cleanse and detox.

    Looking forward to meeting other moms and learning more from you through this community!

  • Alisa says:

    My name is Alisa, and I’m just a mom of two preschoolers who is always striving to give them a good example of a life well lived, which is why I LOVE THIS BLOG. It is everything I’ve been aspiring to, but you give me the freedom to admit that I do actually need a daily and weekly retreat (and I don’t know if I can pull off the yearly one, but we’ll see!) to be healthy, whole and sane enough to have a chance at being a successful mom and wife. I named my blog (that I post off and on at) Becoming The Kind Of Woman I Want My Daughter To Be. It’s kind of my mission statement in a sentence. ;^)

    • Kristi says:

      When I click on your name it doesn’t take me to your blog!!! I’d love to check it out!!! (I love the blog title anyway!!!).


  • Amy says:

    My name is Amy and I am a wife, mom, and teacher. One of my many aspirations is to post more regularly on my blog. The blog itself has no huge plans or aspirations of its own. ๐Ÿ™‚ I enjoy writing and teacupteachermom is simply a place for me to talk, share some of the funny and cute things my kids do, and just a few of the many amazing things God does for me all the time.

  • Kristi says:

    I’m Kristi and I blog at On My Mind…. (it’s my mommy blog with recipes, garden stuff, scrapbooking, prayer requests…general mom stuff.

    I also blog at Double Trouble (it’ll need a name change when baby 3 gets here)
    I blog about learning activities for the boys and fun stuff they’re up to!!!

    I’m so excited about this community!!!! I’ve be craving a community like this!!!

  • Mary says:

    Hello! I’m excited about your community! I’m Mary, and I write at ..blur.. as Vindiciti. I’ve been a busy stay at home wife, home school mom, as well as an Army dependent. Two of my four children have autism, which keeps me on my toes as well as all of the volunteering that I phase into and out of as we PCS (that means Army move!) from place to place. Your blog has inspired me to get God back to where he belongs which also gives me quiet time without children. Without it, I start to lose my sanity! Thanks so much for inspiring me to action!

  • Rusheika says:

    Hi! I have just found this community and I have been inspired already. I am a mommy to 3 with one more due in about 2 months. I started homeschooling last fall so I have a lot on my plate and need help and support and this looks like the help I need!!! I have a “mostly homeschooling adventures” blog with other stuff thrown in at

    I hope to be around here as much as I can!

  • Erin says:

    Hi! I’m Erin, and I’m a homeschooling mom to 5 boys, ages 9 down to 1. Life is always adventurous in our house! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I mostly blog about day to day things, with some helpful or encouraging posts thrown in here and there, when I can find the time. My blog is

    I really appreciate Inspired to Action because of the helpful hints and motivation you provide for me! I’ve now been getting up regularly and finding time for my exercise and devotions for almost 3 months! Hooray!

  • Mindy says:

    I’m a stay-at-home mom of 3 great kids and I love to bake, exercise, organize and take care of my family. I have loved reading your blog and your ideas are very inspiring!

  • Sonia says:

    I’m a stay-at-home mom of two wonderful teenage daughters. I found your blog a few weeks ago and I have really been impressed by it and have shared quotes and ideas with my family. Thank you so much for your inspiration and dedication to making life a little better.

  • Amanda says:

    Hi my name is Amanda and I’m a new stay at home mom of a 9 month old baby girl. I recently made the decision to put my former career as a high school guidance counselor on hold to be a full time mommy. I blog about the random events of our family (mostly my daughter Ansley) and some of my other interests (crafts, homekeeping, gardening, etc.). I love this site and am glad to have joined the community!

  • Meagan says:

    Hi there! I’m Meagan and I have introduced myself TWICE already (on the “About” page and the “Join the Community” post earlier this week) so I’ll spare you from reading it again! ๐Ÿ™‚ I just wanted to leave a link here to my blog, which is oft neglected, but a place I enjoy sharing bits and pieces of my life and the things God is doing in my heart. You can find me at

    I look forward to getting to know you all! Thanks, Kat, for giving us all a place to be encouraged and hopefully to be an encouragement to others as we seek to follow Christ and become the women, wives, and mothers He created us to be!

  • Sarah says:

    Hi everyone!! I’m Sarah, aka, Island Mom. I am a wife, a stay-at-home mom of three, and a frugal gal at heart. My family lives on an island in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and is living and thriving on one income in a two-income world. God has been so good and so faithful to us.

  • Rebecca says:

    Hi everyone, I’m Rebecca, wife to the Marines and SAHM to a 33-m.o. boy and 15-m.o. girl… I blog about the trials of mommyhood and my attempts to rekindle my artistic fires (not to mention keep the “other fires” burning as they should be!). I am also about to embark on a home reorganization (not a remodel or anything structurally drastic), which I will be blogging about. I’m looking at the intersection of young family, artistic pursuits, and running an efficient home that can pack up and move cross country every few years (at best).

    This group could not have come along at a more perfect time for me! I’m really excited to get to know the members better and participate in some really useful and IMPORTANT work.

  • Brianna says:

    Hi Kat and Everyone!
    I’m Brianna (Bria). I blog at I’m a mom who stays home for my two little girls, aged 8 and 5. My youngest will start all-day kindergarten in the fall, so I am in a year of transition as I figure out how to be a “stay-home-mom” when no kids are home all day. ๐Ÿ™‚ My blog is about finding the “more” life that Jesus said He came to give. I love figuring out what that life looks like for me as a mom, a wife, a woman. I recently started the “Vigilant Wives Club” linky party on Mondays, where we write about how we will serve our husbands for the coming week. And I am becoming very inspired by this blog. Thanks, Kat, again. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Jenn says:

    I’m Jenn and I’m a mostly stay at home Mom of three children, two boys aged 12 and 9 and my 7 year old girl. I started blogging as a way to chronicle the building of our house and now it’s just become a good way to write down some of our family adventures. I really struggle to keep it current but want to keep it going as a kind of scrap book.
    Loving this blog Kat! Very inspiring!!

  • Ashley says:

    I haven’t been around as much lately… life’s had priority… but I LOVE this blog and the community it represents. It’s definitely inspired me to “get up and get going”!

  • Kelly Cook says:

    I started blogging in January at the suggestion of an online friend. I don’t think she knew she was starting an addiction! I just wanted a place to write-didn’t want it to be specific to any one thing, hence the title Some-Thing’s Cookin’. Our last name is Cook, I thought it was cute. I’m enjoying reading your posts!

  • Amy says:

    Hi! I just recently downloaded your free e-book, and I love it! I love to be organized, but I have found it more and more challenging to get up early (which I realize is the ONLY time I can get much done). I’m a SAHM to an almost 4 year old boy and 8 month old daughter. Thank you for such wonderful, practical info. on your site!

  • Natalie says:

    Hi Kat!

    I found your blog recently and love it! I am wife to a hard working man and loving dad and a SAHM to 2 boys (9 and 6) and one princess (almost 4). My blog is mostly about my walk with the Lord and things he is growing and teaching me. However, I also throw in book reviews (a result of my rediscovered love of reading) and my Summer of Purpose planning progress (inspired by I2A). I have always loved to read and write but haven’t done so much since before I became a mom. I am learning to rest and take care of myself so I can be focused and refreshed to take care of my loves.

  • Christie says:

    Hi! My name is Christie and I am an associate pastor’s wife and the mother of a 5 month old baby boy! My current blog is but with the help of a web designer friend I will soon be moving to (so keep checking that one!). Currently there is not a whole lot on my blog, but I am wanting to add nutrition, organic food/recipe info, homeschooling, pregnancy/breastfeeding info… basically an all-things-mom site to encourage other “life-long learners” like me! I don’t believe that we should ever stop learning, we should continue to learn and ask why and be open to God’s leading and teaching in our lives!

    Thank you!!!!

  • Ellen says:

    I think that is the biggest mistake mothers make, putting the children first and neglecting their husbans, their needs, making their children so dependent on them that it is unhealthy. God is loaning our children to us and it is our job to grow them up to the best of our ability, to be independent, healthy, Godly young people. I have a friend with a 17 yr. old that still crys everytime her daughter goes away more than a night or two. Can you imagine what is going to happen to her when her chold goes off to college. Will her child know what to do with out mom right there. I have raised two independent, Godly, happy and healthy young adults. Yes I miss them when they are gone, but it is the way it is supposed to be!

  • hill says:

    i love jesus. i also believe that every day should be photo worthy. i’ve got three kids; a 4.5 year old boy, a 2.5 year old girl and a 1 year old boy who was born with a brain abnormality.

  • Amber Cullum says:

    I am Amber and I began blogging (Amber’s Articles) more consistently when I became a Stay At Home Mom 15 weeks ago. I desire to follow and serve Jesus with my whole hear and I believe Kat has some ways to make that desire more of a reality in my daily life. Stop by my blog sometime, you never know what you might get.

  • holly says:

    hi there! i’m a full-time working mom with an 11 yo stepson and 16 mo old son. i am completely inspired by everything kat is sharing here!

    my blog (chronicles of a southern scrapper) is a little bit of everything: scrapbooking, parenting, photos, and my musings. i hope you will stop by.

  • Danielle says:

    My name is Danielle, and I am a working (part-time) mom, who just adopted our two daughters from Ethiopia! I love reading your blog (actually I just started doing that!) along with lots of others (there are like a million!!!!) ….and writing on mine! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • I am a full-time employee, but truly enjoy blogging about my faith, Christian book reviews, Children’s Ministry tid-bits and my personal life. I am so blessed and love sharing HIS joy!

  • Shiree says:

    Hi! I’m Shiree! I’m a SAHHM to a my three kids (7, almost 3, and almost 2) and a wife to the hottest man EVER! My days are full of and in need of this very timely message. I love the Lord so much but desire to do more than just live. I want to be intentional with my husband, our children, and my Savior. My blog is made up of random tales from our kingdom, recipes, and pictures of the cutest kids you’ll ever see. Thank you so much for making you resources available to everyone!


  • Kristy Bolte says:


    My name is Kristy! I am a mom to FIVE kids, three on earth and two in Heaven. My blog is Waiting For Happy. I started the blog when I was pregnant with my fourth son, Asher, Happy in Hebrew, he was not expected to live through birth and I wanted to chronicle everything I could. We lost our second son, Isaac six days after his birth and had walked this road once before so we knew we needed to make as many memories as we could with our two boys on earth. Luke 7, and Ben 4. We have since had a baby girl, Hope, who was then diagnosed with Epidermolysis Bullosa, a horrible skin blistering disorder after her birth. The Lord is working a miracle in her and she is doing amazingly well. We re just blessed and thankful and trying to live this life to glorify God, even when it hurts. I am on a quest to be more intentional with my mothering and have found your blog to be a wonderful inspiration! Thank you so much!

  • Hi! I’m Mary Joy. In the craziness of life as wives, mothers, homemakers, writers, bloggers, teachers and students of life…it is easy to get caught up in to-do lists, to-clean lists, our own personal goals and dreams lists and forget about reaching out to others with grace-filled acts of love and seeds of encouragement… God reminds me often through Hebrews 10:24 that we are all called to be “Encouragers” to one another on our life journeys. “Seeds of Encouragement Sewn with Grace”; is my humble attempt to share the “Grace-filled Moments”, lessons and seeds of encouragement that God is teaching me with–in hopes they may touch your heart and encourage you on your journey today. And when you are encouraged…I pray, that you may use your own “Grace-filled Moments” to sew grace in someone along your life journey with acts of love and encouragement. Then we will become “Sister Encouragers”!!! Oh what fun that will be!!!

    I’d be so honored if you stopped by for a visit!

  • I’m just stepping back into blog world. I’ve blogged about for my photography business (now retired) and my experience as a mom going back to college ( My new blog––will focus on faith. I hope to see you there! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hi there!
    I’m Melissa. I live in a nice mid-western neighborhood in a cute little mid-century house. I have one son who’s now in 1st grade. Life is great, but I dream of doing big, great things in far off lands for God. My husband and I feel called to missions… but we consistently hear Him tell us “Wait” and “Get ready”… so I’ve been doing THAT! In my “getting ready”, God has given me a craving for reading materials about social justice. Books like The Hole in Our Gospel, Half the Sky, Not for Sale, etc. The good and the bad of it is my eyes have been OPENED! There is so so so much pain, suffering, evil, and ugliness in the world. It can become overwhelming and feelings of hopelessness can creep in. BUT… I am constantly reminded that the world IS beautiful. It’s all around us. Beautiful people creating beautiful things. My blog, A Beautiful Mission, is about seeking out and celebrating BEAUTY. When I experience beauty, it brings me HOPE… and I want to share that!

    Stop by and say Hello!! It would thrill me! I can’t wait to meet all the beautiful people out there in blogland and make new friends!

  • KellySinging says:

    My vision is to help others grow spiritually. The way we respond to life is affected by the things people have done to us as well as the reaping of our own choices. These are the things that keep us from moving forward with God. An unhealthy tree will struggle to grow.
    I look forward to connecting with you! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Alia says:

    I am Alia and I am an avid hater of the morning. There, now that I got that off my chest… I know God has been convicting me of trying to get up to better serve my kids and my husband but I am a lifelong night owl. This will be great for the encouragement and accountability. Warning: I may be cranky at first. I’ll be blogging about my experience at Look forward to getting to know you all better.

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