Win a ticket to the Mojo 4 Moms Workshop starting soon in CT!

Moms, are you not as hip and happening as you want to be? Want to rediscover your potential? Or simply need some inspiration? Then this workshop is for you! Mojo4Moms is a course that runs over a period of 8 weeks covering a variety of different topics that are aimed at helping moms to rediscover their missing mojo! Sacha Jack started running these workshops to help Moms get advice and gain extra knowledge on all the aspects of their lives.

I just felt that as Moms, we have so much to deal with and juggle, with very little help or guidance sometimes and it can feel overwhelming. We sometimes keep our blinkers on and channel all our energy just into getting through days instead of living a balanced, happy life like we should.

The courses are run as a small group of ladies which allows you to ask as many questions as you want and to interact with the speaker making the set up very personal. The subjects covered each week are thought provoking and relevant and you will leave with the necessary guidance and know-how to holistically navigate the different areas of your life.

The first series of workshops kicked off a few months ago and were fully booked! Here are a few comments from the ladies that attended the first group of workshops:

“Committing to 8 weeks felt like a stretch, but what a great decision. It was beautifully organised, amazing speakers and wonderful delegates. Sacha’s insight and attention to detail is inspiring” S.Bottega

“A thought provoking, varied series of talks that gave me expert advice and the tools to apply new skills in my own life, making it both more effective and fulfilling. I am aware of using what I have learnt each and every day, from the moment I wake up and get dressed, to the food I prepare, to the way I organise my life and interact with people.” J.Potgieter

“I thoroughly enjoyed the Mojo4Moms course and would not hesitate to recommend it to all Moms regardless of your (or your kid’s) age! S.Ressel

“What a feast – you fed my soul, my mind and my body! Thank you!” L.Matthysen

Over the course of 8 weeks you will listen to an incredible line-up of speakers who will be aiming to develop and grow you in all areas of life including topics such as Mental Toughness, Sexuality, Diet, Exercise, Image, Organizing and EQ for kids too!

The next course starts on Tuesday, 30 July and takes place over 8 mornings from 9am to 11:30am (allowing moms enough time to drop and fetch kids!) Why not take some time out to spend 2.5 hours a week learning and developing yourself. Remember you weren’t called to be a martyr but a mother – they are not one and the same!

Becoming you readers stand a chance of winning a space on the next Mojo4Moms course starting on 30 July!

To stand a chance of winning please follow the steps below… (T&C’s below)


1. “Like” Becoming you on Facebook here

2. Email your details via the form below

3. Leave a comment telling me why you need to rediscover your mojo!

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For more information or if you would like to book one of the few spaces still availble on Mojo4Moms please contact Sacha Jack on 071 825 0923 or e-mail sachajack@mojo4moms.co.za

 

 

Competition T&C’s

The prize is one ticket to attend the full series of Mojo4Moms workshops starting on 30 July and running over 8 consectutive Tuesday mornings in Cape Town. Anyone can enter provided they are a mom and live in Cape Town. The prize is transferable should you not live in CT but want to enter on behalf of someone else. The competition ends on Friday 26 July 2013. Entries are via the email form above and by entering your details you are consenting to receive future marketing material from Mojo4Moms.

Kathryn Rossiter

Kathryn is a South African lifestyle blogger and mom of 2 who has been blogging daily for over 9 years! She writes about travel, health, beauty, fashion, decor and family... but not food (unless it's food she's eaten made by someone else) as she is a hopeless cook. She only wakes up early for 2 things... a red-eye flight to somewhere exotic and early morning game drives. She has just finished an extensive home renovation and would prefer to never see another box again. She's never met a chocolate or glass of bubbles that she didn't like!

11 Comments
  1. After being married for 12 years and falling pregnant at the 11th hour, my beautiiful son Luke decided to bless my life unexpectedly. He is now almost 6 and Ive been a single mom since he was 1.5 years old. It has been the best and most challenging time of my life. And ive certainly dedicated myself to the task of learning to be a great mom, but I have forgotten how to live my life beyone being mom. I am all mom. Which is great. But perhaps its time for more….?

  2. At some point in the last almost nine years of raising two busy boys (9 yo next month and 4 yo), my mojo packed its little red handkerchief, slung it on a stick and went off to have fun with someone else. I’ve been so busy being Mummy, Worker, Daughter to sick parents and all the other roles I play that I didn’t even notice my mojo had gone. I’ve forgotten who I am and what makes me happy. I would love to have the opportunity to get my mojo back!

  3. I am a mother to a busy 3 year old and wife to a very patient husband. I work a half day job, and run my own business the rest of the day and night. All of this makes for a very dull 35 year old. I used to be fun and the life of the party, now a fun night is rocking the couch and falling asleep by 9pm. I need help!

  4. I’m a mom of two, an 8 year old and a 3 year old. My 8 year old has learning difficulties and i’ve recently had to stop working to facilitate him at school and after school. With giving so much out all the time, and now very little coming in, i could use some TLC

  5. My 4 year old daughter had her second open heart surgery in Jan this year and spent 3 months at home recovering all while looking after a 3 month old at the same time. I have had to resign from my job to care for her and her baby brother. Somewhere along the line the mojo has definitely left the building! Would love to get the opportunity to spend some time for myself.

  6. Currently going through the parenting phase of both a terrible two toddler and a teenager (who is going on 50 and knows it all) would love to spend some time with mommies who can relate, and understand the difficulties! 🙂

  7. Oh wow! What an opportunity! I am mom to a very busy 3yr old girl and even busier 2yr old boy! I am a hairdresser from home aswell as homemaker! I would love to get my mojo back! Everyday feels like a mountain right now! <3 I love my life but I do miss having time to apply make up and know how to put a ral outfit together! Lots of love from the bottom of my laundry basket 🙂

  8. After what feels like years of being pregnant, nurturing babies, and consumed with motherhood and housework, I now find myself with a few more hours on my hands since my boys started going to nursery school for 2 mornings a week. I am trying to discover what it is I want to do, figure out my identity besides being a mother and housewife, and do just that … get my mojo back!

  9. In the last three-and-a-half years I have endured enough pain for a lifetime or three. I miscarried twice five months apart. 13 months later I separated and 13 months later I was divorced and that was about 13 months ago. My elderly father had life-saving/risking surgery just over a year ago and my brother was arrested and accused of a heinous crime he did not commit. My parents and sister have been feuding for five years and did not speak at all for 3 so our family has been torn apart. I had to move to the city and a small apartment instead of a large house with garden and dogs and be a working mom to a little boy that I have raised alone for nearly 11 years. Not much fun has been had. Looking to rediscover my mojo…..

  10. Wow would love this. I’m a mom of 2 very busy kids. the girl is 6 and boy 14 months. being a home executive dont leave time for me. This would be much needed to get my mojo back.

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