Postpartum is the biggest transition a new mom makes.



A postpartum recovery COURSE for new or expecting moms.

Do you have a plan for surviving the postpartum time at home?

Who will care for you physically during your early recovery...

Who can provide emotional support...

How you will balance all the new expectations while your body heals...

How you will manage the sleepless nights...

AND how you will do it during a pandemic??

No one talks about postpartum.

Rarely do we hear our mothers, our sisters or even our doctors talk about the recovery period after birth. It's time to change that.

That's Why I Created, The Postpartum Difference

A postpartum recovery foundation course to educate new moms about the biggest transition of their lives. 

Because a little preparation can make all the difference.

Physical Recovery

Whether it's the first few days in the hospital or the weeks at home,  get a clearer view of your recovery timeline.

Emotional & Mental Health

Learn to manage motherhood ups and downs and separate normal emotions from the abnormal ones requiring intervention.

Balancing Relationships

Balance parenting roles with your partner, and find time to care for both yourself and baby.

Support System

Use strategies to build your circles to provide essential physical and emotional support beyond 6 weeks.

"The moment a child is born, a mother is also born." - Rajneesh

What would it mean to you, if you went into the postpartum time without fear of the unknown?

Prepared to manage the physical and emotional changes.

Not afraid to talk about the overwhelm and struggles you feel.

Able to spend more time enjoying your baby, making time for yourself and letting go of societal expectations?


for the new or expecting mom, unsure where to start prepping for the motherhood transition.

On-demand video course


Mom to three and maternal health advocate! My passion for supporting new moms started 8 years ago when I was pregnant with my first baby and founded the early motherhood site, Mommy's Bundle. The lack of resources I noticed for new and expecting moms and my background in psychology research brought me here.