Anastasia Corbin on Becoming an Intentional Family

This Mom Knows

Jan 17 2023 • 21 mins

What would it look like for you to be intentional as a mom and family?

Anastasia Corbin wrote the book on it! She's the author of Becoming an Intentional Family and co-author of When the Bases are Loaded: Encouragement for Moms to Hit a Grand Slam in Life. Join us as we talk about becoming an intentional family and how intentionality is a cornerstone in building confidence in your kids.

Meet Anastasia

Anastasia Corbin is an encourager, and she loves Jesus. Anastasia manages her home and family while blogging and providing resources that encourage overwhelmed moms to prioritize faith, family and themselves. Anastasia lives in Northern Indiana with her husband, Jonathan, and their four children when she's not writing. Anastasia enjoys digging into God's word, singing on the worship team, or just reading a book while sipping coffee

Topics we discuss

● How to become an intentional family and to get everyone on board especially if you have big family

● How can moms in the throes of childhood where you are the caregiver and you have a little more responsibility and how they can be intentional about finding that sacred space, especially to spend with Jesus

● Being intentional with your time with the kids and what’s been the hardest thing to keep the balance

● The greatest joy as a result of being an intentional family

● One piece of advice she would go back give herself as a first-time mom

● How she integrates family devotions into their family’s day

● Screen time for the kids

Resources mentioned

Becoming an Intentional Family

When the Bases are Loaded: Encouragement for Moms to Hit a Grand Slam in Life


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