Jordan Morgan

Wife & mama just winging this whole thing one day at a time. I have a love for words, travel, the South, family, Jesus, yoga, and a relaxing swing on the front porch. I try to find humor in all things and keep motherhood real – the good and the bad. My goal is to help women on the motherhood journey feel less alone. You can find me over on my blog at on Facebook @jordanmorganwriter or on instagram @mamayogatn

We Must Do Better For the Mamas

Becoming a mom is earth shattering. It doesn’t matter if it’s your first, third, or even sixth time bringing a new baby home, each time is scary, exciting, and tiring. Having had a baby...

Our Overwhelming New Normal

Everything going on right now is overwhelming. And, quite frankly, crazy. It’s like someone opened a up sci-fi novel and the entire world got sucked into some alternate universe. Schools cancelled, gatherings limited, churches...

Having Kids Will Make You Believe in Tomorrow

Deciding to bring children into the world can be a heavy, hard, and monumental decision. The world constantly throws all the big and scary reasons at you as to why you shouldn’t. We live...

Best of #MomHacks

I’m always looking for better ways to mom. Whether it’s in regard to cooking, cleaning, organizing, playing, or simply just saving my sanity, I’m constantly looking for the easiest and quickest ways to get...

When the Season of Life is Just OK

The season of life I am currently in is just OK. It isn’t grand, super exciting, adventurous, or anything of a page-turner each day. It also isn’t dreary, meaningless, unexciting, or a source of...
It’s Okay to Say No This Holiday Season

It’s Okay to Say No This Holiday Season

The title of this blog post seems almost profane, doesn't it? Truly, I debated on even writing it. The holidays are supposed to be all about giving, being rosy cheeked and cheery, completely overcome...

Please Stop Saying I’m Wasting my Degree

I write this from the perspective of an honors and activities galore, working college graduate, who has turned into a snot covered -- my hair hasn’t seen a brush in days -- lives off...