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Are you harried and hassled?

As an ambitious working mother with young kids, you’re trying to keep so many balls in the air. You’re juggling a lot – long work hours, tight deadlines, overflowing hampers, meal prep, bath time, bedtime, storytime….

Oof! You feel a tad overwhelmed, resentful, and guilty.

Work-life balance? You wish!

“My friends are posting gorgeous Insta pics and my house is such a wreck!”

“I work so hard that at the end of the day, I don’t even have energy to spend time with my kids.”

“I thought my PT degree would offer a family-friendly career, but now I feel resentful all the time.”

What’s wrong with me?

Yes, many working mothers feel constant guilt.
Yes, it’s hard to keep all the balls in the air

No, you don’t have to keep doing it this way.

Hi! I’m Sarah Korenblit.


As a young mother, I started my career as a social worker in the healthcare field. I worked full time — and I just wasn’t coping.

I would see other mothers in the park, their kids perfectly dressed, holding neatly packed snacks in Ziplocs. And those mothers also worked. When friends invited us for Shabbos meals, I was intimidated. Their houses looked immaculate, the food plentiful and delicious, and the women? They worked too!

I felt inadequate. I felt like an inferior mother and homemaker. Why couldn’t I manage as well as these other mothers?

What was wrong with me?

One Friday, my daughter was Shabbos Ima and I completely forgot to send in the grape juice and snacks.
That was a low point for me. I felt like I had dropped the ball and failed her.

It was at that point that  I realized that the constant guilt was eating at me.  I recognized that I  wanted to be a happy mother, and I had to actively work towards that goal. I started on a slow, steady, and empowering journey towards healing. I learned that, in many ways, I was creating my own stress with my unrealistic expectations. I learned that by developing self-compassion, I could create realistic expectations, reduce stress and be a happier, more present mother to my kids.

Teaching mothers my hard -earned lessons

Now, as a therapist in a private practice geared towards working moms, I channel my personal and professional experience to support and guide them. I see how working-mom guilt surfaces in session, again and again. The feeling of never being or doing enough. The feeling that “everyone else” is managing better.

I’ve discovered that the root of working mom guilt is more about mindset than responsibilities. Working moms simply set the bar too high. And the resulting guilt crushes them. I teach them strategies to help them shift their mindset toward self-compassion and self-acceptance.

I’ve done the work myself. I’ve taught it to my clients.

And I can teach you how to do the same.

I’ve been privileged to present for:

Breaking Through
CS Ladies
Mom's Calling
Lifeworks
Learn the mindset shifts and coping techniques needed to become a thriving working mom.

Here’s how I can help you:

The Thriving Working Mom Podcast

Eye-opening interviews and practical techniques to transform your parenting mindset.

The Thriving Working Mom Mastery Program

A 6-week interactive course that addresses working-mom guilt at the core so you can be a happier, calmer mother

Some of the topics I explore in my podcast & course:

Self-compassion

Perfection is a myth. When we let go of guilt and forgive ourselves, we create the space to grow and become better mothers.

Realistic expectations

We expect so much of ourselves. Yet we can learn how to adjust our standards and overcome self-judgment.

Self-care

Nurturing ourselves reinforces the belief in our self-worth. It replenishes our reserves, energizing us to nurture our families and careers.

Practical coping techniques

There are so many responsibilities vying for our attention, pulling us in a million different directions. Practical tips and tricks make life more manageable and less stressful.

Support system

When we surround ourselves with positive people, their kindness and encouragement empower us. Learn to choose the right people to support you.

Confident career choices

Can you remember why you chose your career? Maybe it’s not as ideal you thought it would be. Acknowledging your resentment is the first step towards resolving it.


“I interviewed Sarah on my podcast, LifeWorks, and was blown away. She’s relatable and approachable and gives things over in an easy-to-understand fashion. Talking to her is like schmoozing with a good friend. She offered so many insightful and eye-opening tips, explaining the psychology behind working moms’ feelings and experiences. I’m a big believer in utilizing tips and techniques to reduce stress and improve your quality of life. If you’re ready to take control of what you can change, to increase your level of calm and decrease stress, I encourage you to take Sarah’s course.”

Chana Greenstein

Founder, Lifeworks


Let go of the working mom stress

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