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Kim's Portfolio


About Me

Hello! I’m Kim, writer, speaker, and wannabe yogi. I think black leggings are man’s best invention, consume podcasts as if my life depends on it, and believe that three cups of coffee in the morning are entirely necessary.


I use my down-to-earth personality to develop content that appeals to real people. I find that my story-based approach successfully draws others in and increases the likelihood of high engagement toward a product or business. 


My brands are the evolution of my life and career over the last decade. Before founding them, I immersed myself in raising three animated young children and cooking sometimes-decent meals for my husband. While doing so, I knew there was potential for my everyday moments to be turned into something purposeful. 


In 2019 I launched, followed shortly after by the niched down Middle School Mommer. I became obsessed with the idea of “story” as a meaningful way to engage, teach, and encourage others. By candidly sharing my highest highs and lowest lows, I have been able to reach people’s hearts and thus gain their trust. This has excitedly led to speaking engagements, podcast bookings, freelance writing gigs, and a digital course in the making.


Today you can find me in my cozy home in Geneva cozied up with my puppy, either creating content on my MacBook or watching Gilmore Girls.

Explore my portfolio below. 


"3 Tips to Get Your Middle Schooler To Talk"

If you have a tween or teen who is always “fine,” or who answers your questions with eye rolls and grunts more than expressing their actual feelings, then this quick teaching moment is for you.

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"Feeling Dissatisfied? Try Taking Inventory ✅"

When I was a teenager my mom owned a gift shop. She was a Spanish teacher first and foremost, but on the side she opened a successful little gift shop in our small town named Molly’s Cabin...


"Lessons From A Lake House, 14 People, And A Dog"

I recently got back from vacationing at my brother’s lake house with 14 people and a dog. It was wonderfully crazy and fun and messy and fantastic and challenging all at once. You know. It was a family vacation...

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"Difficult Roads Often Lead To Beautiful Destinations"

I bought this card when I was at my lowest point in 2019. “Difficult Roads Often Lead To Beautiful Destinations." It was almost an act of the will to purchase it, but I knew it was true. Something good would ultimately unfold out of the difficult circumstances I was in...


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It’s a common feeling to think your child isn’t “ready” for a particular thing. We think they aren’t ready for full day kindergarten or to begin middle school...

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Instagram Post

One of my biggest observations from “almost” entrepreneurs is that they get stuck before they even begin...


As Featured In

Skilled In

Hope Writers 

Jenna Kutcher List To Launch Lab

Jenna Kutcher Podcast Lab

Amy Porterfield Digital Course Academy

Speaker Sisters with Jess Ekstrom

Brian Dixon Coaching

Market Vibe Digital Marketing

Vyvacious Digital Marketing

Valuable Voices Podcast

This Mom Knows Podcast

Moms of Tweens and Teens Podcast

MOPS International

Invo Behavioral Health Services

Geneva 304 School District 

Prepare The Nest

Arbonne International

Standale Community Church

Moms Connected

Arbonne International

Mail Chimp
Planning Center
Ekklesia 360


Julie H.

Live Event Attendee

“Your event Saturday night was fantastic! I got so much out of the talk. It was terrific and gave me some very useful information.”

Sharryn C.

Newsletter Subscriber

“Outstanding! You outdid yourself with this one! Again.”

Christel B.

Assistant to the Women’s Pastor, Chapelstreet Church

"I want to thank you again for speaking at Moms Connected. You obviously hit home on this topic because we had our highest turn-out numbers to date. You understand the heartfelt needs of middle school moms and spoke to them the encouragement they needed to continue to pursue real genuine relationships with their tweens and teens.  Thank you so much for sharing your insights and heart for motherhood with us.”

Beth A.

Newsletter Subscriber

“Thanks for your words. It’s just what I needed to read before going to sleep tonight. My soul feels rest after reading your email. Sending lots of love your way!”

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