Welcome to Encouraging Moms at Home – I’m so glad you’re here!
Inspiring Moms to love Home again. Bringing moms fun and motivating resources and encouragement, tips and tricks for the win.
Encouraging Moms At Home exists to bless moms with encouraging words, tips, tricks and tools to help Moms win at parenting, homemaking, and life.
Since it’s beginning in November of 2013, my website (formerly known as Homeschool Encouragement – now Encouraging Moms at Home) has seen continuous and substantial growth each month in page views, unique page views, newsletter subscribers, and social media followers.
Readers are excited about the content and community of Encouraging Moms at Home! Our readers love posts about all things Mom, and especially love our series of free LEGO® printables, our Essential Oil content, our free printables, our product giveaways and everything we post about the Instant Pot and Pressure Cooking.
Encouraging Moms at Home is pleased to bring your brand to our loyal, engaged audience of moms who are excited to learn about any product that could make life easier or more fun.
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Amy is first and foremost saved by Jesus and seeking to follow Him. Married with six children, Amy loves to take her family on hikes, museum trips and amazing “vacations” during military moves.
As a Mom of seventeen years, Amy is thrilled to be blessing others on the same path through the outreach that is Encouraging Moms at Home. Amy also owns HomeschoolCopywork.com
Amy grew up in Southern Indiana, the daughter of a preacher and a teacher. She has four siblings and lived on 2.5 acres next to a woods. Amy attended public school and was heavily involved in choir and drama. After high school, Amy attended Kentucky Christian College (now University) where she met her husband and was married in 1993. Amy homeschools six children while managing Encouraging Moms at Home and other business endeavors as a work-at-home-mom and entrepreneur.