Moms Who Create

Moms Who Create

Motherhood doesn’t mean we have to stop making art or writing our books. Join me in conversation with incredible mom artists and writers each Monday as we talk about thriving in doing what we love alongside raising the ones we love. I hope to inspire you to live your best artistic mom life!

Recent Episodes

Special One Year Anniversary Podcast Episode

Nov. 28, 2022

Hi everyone, and welcome to this SPECIAL ONE YEAR anniversary episode of the Moms Who Create Podcast. So much has happened in the past year. The podcast has reached 6 continents, 34 countries, and has had thousands of downlo…

Leaving the Corporate World To Find a Bigger Purpose With Author Renee Bolla

Nov. 21, 2022

Renee Bolla is a mom, wife, brand consultant and most recently a self-published children’s picture book author. She has always been a curious human with a passion for learning new things and making each day count. Renee didn…

Writing Short Fiction + YA Novels With Author Genalea Barker

Nov. 14, 2022

Genalea Barker is an author, freelance editor, and full-time mom with an Associate’s Degree in English Literature. Her award-winning short fiction has appeared in Gemini Magazine, Bookends Review, Grande Dame Literary, Write…

Building Girls’ Interest in Architecture With Podcast Host and Author Tenille Bettenhausen

Nov. 7, 2022

Tenille has been in the AEC industry for over 20 years. She began her career in project, in architecture firms and local offices serving as a designer and project manager. The last 6 years of her career, she pivoted to bus…

Writing 50k Words in 30 Days: How To Win NaNoWriMo With Author Julie Artz

Oct. 10, 2022

You can be a mom AND a writer. Julie is here to encourage and teach you. Julie Artz spent her young life sneaking into wardrobes searching for Narnia. When people thought that was creepy, she went in search of other ways to …

From a Story in Her Head to 10 Books in Hand: Writing Romance Novels With Author Morgan Rayne

Oct. 3, 2022

"Being an author was always a dream of mine, one that seemed far reaching and unattainable, and then one day I decided to shoot for the stars and I'm glad I did. I have discovered things about myself during this process and …

Recent Blog Posts

Unique Ways to Make Art With Your Kids

Your children are more than refrigerator artists. So, my daughter is turning 5 this week and, well, I’m wondering how that happened. She was j…