Connecting with your local community has been hard this past year. But the rewards of investing in the moms right in your own backyard can be huge.
Connecting with moms in your local area can be exactly what you need when you feel lonely or exhausted.
You can find deep friendship and tangible support. Meeting at a local coffee shop, meeting at a playground to chat while the kids play, or taking a walk around the neighborhood to chat about all the things that nobody else in your life understands.
But you can also find a sense of purpose through giving back to the community where you live, work, and raise your family.
My guest this week on the Gotcha Mama podcast talks about exactly how to do that.
Hannah Stephenson has always had a heart for investing in her community and joining like-minded people together to do good.
She’s the mom of three kids and a former school counselor turned real estate agent in Nashville, Tennessee.
Between the challenges of mothering, working, and longing for a stronger sense of community, specifically in her local neighborhood, Hannah saw a need for a group where women could come together to deepen relationships with each other and also give back to the community.
So three years ago, she co-founded the Crieve Hall Women’s League. It’s a community-centered nonprofit membership group that serves the Crieve Hall area of Nashville, TN.
The Crieve Hall Women’s League has brought women together in this unprecedented time to provide tangible and emotional support for people living in the Crieve Hall neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee.
If you’re craving to connect locally with moms in your own backyard, this is a conversation for you!
More About the Guest
Hannah is a licensed Realtor for Benchmark Realty in Nashville, Tennessee.
She loves investing in her local Crieve Hall community. And she enjoys exploring all the fun things to do in the Nashville area.
We talk about
- What her motherhood journey has been like with her three kids
- How being a mom has affected her desire to connect and invest in her community
- Why she decided to create the Crieve Hall Women’s League and what it’s all about
- The advice she would give to a mom who’s wanting to start her own group in her community – So good!
Links & Resources
Crieve Hall Women’s League on Instagram
More about the Gotcha Mama Podcast:
The Gotcha Mama Podcast is where we share honest stories of the joys and struggles of mom-life with young kids.
Each week host Amanda Bennett interviews a mom about topics ranging from awkwardly making mom friends, to chasing BIG dreams and finding purpose, to managing crippling anxiety and depression. You’ll hear stories from moms like you with the purpose to inspire, encourage, and entertain you.
We understand that motherhood can be lonely and make you doubt yourself. The Gotcha Mama Podcast exists to let you know that you are not alone as a busy mom of young kiddos, no matter what you’re dealing with.
The show is all about tearing down our insecurities as moms by honestly sharing our stories and a little of what we’ve learned along the way.
We believe it’s a whole lot better riding the rollercoaster of motherhood together!
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