Let's Celebrate Motherhood Together!

Rachel's book, "Mom Enough", is a true celebration of Motherhood. 15 years of writing, the words might be hers but the millions of people who shared them make them the Motherhood we all live. 

Dive deep into the topics that matter most to moms. From embracing self-care and letting go of mom guilt to finding joy in the little moments and rediscovering your dreams, this book covers it all.

Connect with Your Inner Strength, Overcome Obstacles, and Embrace the Extraordinary

Through over fifty heartfelt letters, Rachel Marie Martin, author, influencer, and founder of FindingJoy, shares her own journey and offers hope and encouragement. Her vulnerable and authentic voice will inspire you to embrace your imperfections and celebrate your strength as you navigate the beautifully exhausting but oh-so-normal days of motherhood.

About The Book 

AUTHOR: Rachel Marie Martin
ISBN: 978-1947297821
MSRP: $24.95
GENRE: Motivational / Motherhood
PUBLISHER: Dexterity

"Mom Enough" is a heartfelt collection of letters from one mom to another, written by Rachel Marie Martin. Through over fifty letters of encouragement, Rachel offers support, inspiration and a reminder that you are not alone in the beautiful chaos of Motherhood. Filled with viral quotes accompanied by stunning photography, this book will empower moms from all walks of life to embrace their strength. 


The IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards are regarded as one of the highest national honors in independent publishing. The awards are administered by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), with help from over 170 book publishing professionals including librarians, bookstore owners, reviewers, designers, publicity managers, and editors.

Who is Rachel Marie Martin?

RACHEL MARIE MARTIN, having pulled herself up from poverty to being named one of Inc. magazine's top 40 entrepreneurs, has been writing Finding Joy full time for several years and writing online for over a decade. Rachel is a single mom of 7, whose experiences range from homeschooling her two oldest daughters from kindergarten through graduation, now being a public school mom of 5. She's the daughter of church planters, a long time housewife and now a professional business woman.

She has always had a passion for a daring, adventure-filled life and is often requested to speak and motivate others with her vivacious energy and deep belief that life is a gift. Rachel is also a partner in Blogging Concentrated, the world's largest training and development company for bloggers, vloggers, and podcasters. She travels worldwide teaching marketing, voice, messaging, social media strategy and more.

What are people saying?

4.7 Rating  312 Ratings 139 Reviews

“Thank you for being such an honest and true voice for so many moms out there.”
—Jen K.

“You help me get through the days when I am not sure what I have gotten myself into and when I question if I am cut out for motherhood. Thank you.”
—Heather B.

“Thank you for allowing me to see the truth that has been staring me in the face and for giving me the strength to move forward with what is best for my children and me.”

“Your writing helps me feel less alone and often gives me the little boost I need to dig deep and keep going.”
—Jenifer J.

“Thank you so much for showing me that I’m normal, that mothering my children is an imperfect science of trial and error, and that it’s okay not to be perfect. Thank you.”
—Heather W.

“Today you bring tears to my eyes. You make me feel like somebody gets it. Somebody understands.”
—Becky R.

“The wisdom you share is life changing and gives me hope in the days when I need it the most.”
—Kristi B.

“When I read your honest reflections, I hear an assuring voice whisper back, ‘You are not alone.’ Suddenly, my hope is renewed, and I’m able to go back to what I do best: loving my people. You have an extraordinary gift for putting into words what it means to accept and embrace the messy, hard, beautiful, sacred moments of motherhood.”
—Rachel M. S.

“I am constantly riding the roller coaster that is motherhood. Thank you for your compassionate and enlightening words of strength, wisdom, and inspiration.”
—Tash M.

“Your words have spoken straight to my heart. There have been times when they’ve been my primary encouragement.”
—Jessi H.

“Sometimes your words are what keep me going when I’ve hit the wall of patience, energy, and self-confidence.”
—Kathy S.