Thursday, October 6, 2016

Tour Kick Off: Finding Mom by @MyKoalaPouch #giveaway

Non-fiction, parenting, self-help, personal growth, mom self-care.
Date Published: October 6, 2016
Publisher: My Koala Pouch publishing

Vitality. Passion. Tranquility. Do any of these words currently describe you?
Finding Mom will reawaken your dreams and help you to find and reinvent yourself.

Sometimes we love being a mom, but get frustrated when motherhood takes over our life. You are a mom and so much more. That’s why it’s important to start your journey to find your purpose beyond just being a mom. Learn the secrets to finding “me time” in even your busiest days. Uncover and recover your unique mom personality with a personality quiz. Create a sustainable and effective plan for your future that your family will support. No matter how busy you are, how many kids you have, or how young your children are, this book makes finding fulfillment possible for you.

What are you waiting for? Make a difference in your life and start finding yourself today!

Amanda Mawhinney is an author, trainer and family relationship coach. Her professional passions are helping women to develop themselves and helping families to connect and build stronger bonds. Her blog, My Koala Pouch is where she writes about creating healthier families and fun activities for kids and adults. 

Amanda holds a degree in Psychology from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She was an HR professional at a company with over 11,000 employees worldwide. She designed, created and implemented many developmental courses and an orientation program. She trained management, developed employees, facilitated mentorship programs and strengthened interdepartmental teams. Before having children of her own, Amanda worked with children with behavioral issues and their families. As an AmeriCorps volunteer she taught disabled and at- risk youth about giving back to the community and the environment.

Amanda currently homeschools her two delightful daughters and spends her days enjoying the great outdoors, reading, writing and doing fun activities with her family. Visit her website, My Koala Pouch at

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  1. The parenting aspect intrigues me the most about this book!

  2. Love a self-help book that helps you grow. Looking good.

  3. Sounds like a good philosophy

  4. I find the concept of finding fulfillment and having this read help with making it possible intirgues me.

  5. I like that this book targets the demands of motherhood. I feel like my wife would love this!

  6. Yay, louv self- hel book. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. :)

  7. It intrigues me because many times mom's forget to have a purpose and goals outside their children. Its important to remember and try to find time to develop your own goals and self.

  8. Self-help and personal growth are intriguing about the book and always beneficial reads

  9. The parenting aspect. Thank you.

  10. I like how helpful this book can be to moms

  11. Im intrigued by uncovering and recovering my unique mom personality with a personality quiz.

  12. I can't wait to read this book. I love the title and the cover. I bet it will be made into a movie.

  13. I think we can all benefit from an outside perspective. The cover is nice also.

  14. Even though I am a man, I like the fact you can learn the secrets to finding “me time” in even your busiest days