Working Mom Blogs

Here are the blogs represented by our hard working moms who work full-time at the office and full-time at home or work from home, juggling everything in-between. It’s no easy task juggling all of those priorities, and these bloggers have inspiration, motivation, and stories to tell.

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Alleluia Is Our Song: Bianca is a deeply Catholic mama of 2 (and one on the way!) who loves iced coffee, attachment parenting, following the awesome teachings of the Church, working out while baby-wearing, and baking. Although she considers her job as wife and mother the most important work in her life, she’s also an opera singer-turned parish Music Director and loves using her voice to praise God.


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The Salt Stories:Amy is one part adventurer, one part working mama and wife, and one part cookies. As a twenty-something wife, working mom, catholic, and native Texan, Amy writes about finding truth and joy in family and vocation.

The goal of The Salt Stories is for you to feel like your sitting at the edge of a camp fire. Where old and new friends enjoy the night sky and fire glow, chatting about what matters most and laughing about what we enjoy. Let’s live a life full of salt stories. Stories that add spice, help preserve, and find purpose in the everyday.

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Cajun Texas MomCajuntexasmom is a wife and mom who has worked outside the home as sole breadwinner for the past 7 years. She’s a cradle Catholic who married an agnostic, but her ex-military husband join the ranks of the Church Militant in 2013. They have four young kids and live in Houston.



catholic momThe Catholic Working Mother: The purpose of this blog is to act as a source of encouragement and inspiration for Catholic working moms who are struggling to balance the duties of their vocations as mothers with the responsibilities of being wage earners, whether outside of the home or from the home.

My name is JoAnna Wahlund, and I’ve been a Catholic working mom for over 10 years. I’m a convert to the catholic faith, as is my husband. We jointly converted from the ELCA in 2003. I have five children here on earth, ages 10, 7, 5, 3, and 1. We also have three saints in heaven. I’ve worked full-time during all of my pregnancies, and returned to work within 6-8 weeks of each birth. I am intimately familiar with the joys and challenges of this hectic lifestyle.

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In Earthen Vessels: I am Amanda, a Catholic convert, wife to Mike, and happy mom to three. I’m a full-time working woman and a full-time mom. And I’m always working to live an authentic Catholic life in the world. Check out my blog for inspiration on finding joy in the little moments in your day and for motivation as a mom working full-time.




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Of Sound Mind and Spirit: A few things about us: we’re both Catholic, raised during the late 70s, early 80’s era of “lost Catholics”. After 12 years of CCE we couldn’t recite the catechism or discern the difference between a mortal and venial sin, but we knew that “God Loves Us. ” It has been as adults, as mothers, raising our children in the Catholic church, that we are experiencing a return to our faith, a need to delve more deeply into what it means to us. Our Spirit of Love.

We were raised to respect authority, but to reason and think for ourselves. Throughout our lives we were told to be independent, and as grown women with families and children we both call ourselves conservative. We respect life, individuality, and personal responsibility. We believe in education, as both of us have upper level degrees – in History and in the Law. Our Spirit of Power. So here is our place to contemplate the changes facing our society today. We hope that you will follow us as we discuss issues important to our lives.