Becoming Lit with Ann Fancy

Brooke Miller | The business of motherhood

May 13, 2019 Brooke Miller Season 1 Episode 17
Becoming Lit with Ann Fancy
Brooke Miller | The business of motherhood
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Becoming Lit with Ann Fancy
Brooke Miller | The business of motherhood
May 13, 2019 Season 1 Episode 17
Brooke Miller

Brooke Miller is the creator and founder of Honey: Space for Mothers. She is a mother and wife. She is the daughter of powerful entrepreneurs, the grand-daughter of a holocaust survivor and she herself is a survivor of two brain tumors. Those labels are not what defines her, perhaps they are simply a few of the building blocks that gave her the foundation to take the risk and create Honey. 

She admits that the idea kept her up at night while she was still in the earlier years of mothering her two daughters. As a therapist and a mother she saw a desperate need to create a supportive, nonjudgemental space for mothers (and fathers). From her website: https://www.honeyformoms.com

Our Goal:
Is to hold the space for you as you settle into and navigate the beautiful mess that is motherhood. In all it’s raw magic, sleepless nights, elated moments and those of utter defeat. We’re here to fiercely support you every step of the way. Some think it’s a radical idea. To us it’s just the right thing to do.

Brooke talks openly about her earlier formative years, her experiences in learning how to create a successful business born from a good idea and how she has transformed herself in to a businesswoman despite her reluctance and inexperience. 

Together we touch on so many aspects of living a more meaningful, wakeful and purposeful life through. 

Follow Honey + Brooke:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/honeyformoms/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honeyformoms/

Show Notes

Brooke Miller is the creator and founder of Honey: Space for Mothers. She is a mother and wife. She is the daughter of powerful entrepreneurs, the grand-daughter of a holocaust survivor and she herself is a survivor of two brain tumors. Those labels are not what defines her, perhaps they are simply a few of the building blocks that gave her the foundation to take the risk and create Honey. 

She admits that the idea kept her up at night while she was still in the earlier years of mothering her two daughters. As a therapist and a mother she saw a desperate need to create a supportive, nonjudgemental space for mothers (and fathers). From her website: https://www.honeyformoms.com

Our Goal:
Is to hold the space for you as you settle into and navigate the beautiful mess that is motherhood. In all it’s raw magic, sleepless nights, elated moments and those of utter defeat. We’re here to fiercely support you every step of the way. Some think it’s a radical idea. To us it’s just the right thing to do.

Brooke talks openly about her earlier formative years, her experiences in learning how to create a successful business born from a good idea and how she has transformed herself in to a businesswoman despite her reluctance and inexperience. 

Together we touch on so many aspects of living a more meaningful, wakeful and purposeful life through. 

Follow Honey + Brooke:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/honeyformoms/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honeyformoms/