Hello!  I am "Momster Amanda", a part-time Dental Hygienist and full-time wife, mother, and lover of life.  I love to try new, healthy (and not so healthy) recipes in the kitchen, cuddle on the couch with my hubby and Netflix, sing to our daughter Lucy, work up a sweat in the gym, and process life with friends over coffee (or wine!). 

With the desire to encourage and inspire other mothers in the same boat, "learning as we go", Momster Mash was created to "encourage one another as we grow".  I am blessed to know some amazing women, and Momster Mash exists to bring their encouraging stories to you.

Each month, along with my own personal tidbits (and giveaways!), I highlight a "Momster of the Month" whom I believe has an inspiring story and encouraging word to share. My desire for Momster Mash is for this to be a place where I can do the bragging for you because, let's face it, YOU are amazing! I want to share your struggles, achievements, honesty, humor, creativity, and huge love with other mothers.

What/who is a "Momster"?
 Click here to read more about the origin of Momster Mash

I love my family and am so blessed. 
I am saved by grace and cherished by my Heavenly Father.
I like to snack on cocktail onions. 
I work best with structure and organization, but also tend to be easily distracted and lazy at times.
My life revolves around lists (pen and paper!) and I find great satisfaction in crossing things off. 
My least favorite chore is cleaning the floors.
I am not a morning person and will hit the snooze button for 30 min if I can.
I love cheese.  Any kind.
My original college plan was performing arts school.
I am anti-iPhone.  Not sure why.
Nothing feels as comfortable as fresh sheets...unless it's fresh sheets AND freshly shaved legs.
I don't iron. I will run the dryer 10 times to de-wrinkle before I pull out the ironing board.
I hate getting water in my eyes.

One of my favorite Bible verses, and what I try to cling to when I feel overwhelmed:
"She is clothed with strength and dignity,
and she laughs without fear of the future."
- Proverbs 31:25


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