About Us

The Bizzie Mom Herself

Stephanie's Insight, Your Strength: Moms Core 5 Movement

The Bizzie Mom Herself

Stephanie Edenburgh

Born and raised in Southern California, I’m an Air Force veteran and prior Corporate HR and Management professional for a Fortune 100 organization.  I’ve led teams, dealt with the complexity of human capital and have been responsible for getting people to all move together in the right direction for success.  More importantly though, I’m a busy mom managing the details and lives of my family which is just as complicated and daunting as any high-pressure corporate job I’ve ever held.

To learn more about me is to learn a little bit about how I got here and why I do what I do now.  My dream, ever since I was a little girl was to have a family of my own.  To have a beautiful little family, to be a “mommy” and then a “mom” and have this charmed little life.  My dreams weren’t about wealth or marrying some Prince charming they about simply raising a family.  

You see, as a child my parents were fine.  They fought a lot, it was sometimes chaotic, my mom was stressed.  Dad seemed upset a lot.  As I said, they were fine.  I just didn’t want that for me.  I started thinking about all the things I would do differently.  I thought about getting this mom thing under control.  Having my family under control and living a good life.  That’s what I wanted.

So I went to college, got married and went about my life.  Time to start a family!


Life doesn’t always work out the way we intend for it to.  I soon found that out.  I poured my heart and soul into my children, my husband, my work… my world.  I went at it with everything I had, giving literally 110% but soon finding out it wasn’t enough. 

I felt like I was repeating what I saw as a child and quickly got a hard smack right in the face.  I tell this story in more detail in my book and if you do the free 7 Day Challenge for the Moms Core 5 but basically my son came into our bedroom one evening and asked me why I was so sad?  It killed me.  It came out of no where (to me) but kids say the darndest things don’t they?  It was a pivotal moment where I realized I had to do some serious soul searching. 

Everything I thought was important to me was not happening correctly.

So I made a decision.  I made a decision that this was just not going to happen anymore.  I was going to get better in every single way possible.  I was going to figure it all out, get it all done, in other words become a better mom. 

For me, for my children, for what I wanted when I was a little girl.  I was going to figure it all out. 

Hard part, actually doing that!


I wanted to become better in every part of my life.  I wanted to have better relationships with my kids, a better relationship with my husband, a better body, better health…  I wanted to be happy.  Don’t get me wrong I was happy enough I just realized there was more to it.  

It was kind of like there was this hum inside of me, this feeling that was always there  reminding me that time is passing and that my kids are growing each and every day. 

The question was, what was I going to do about it?


Night after night, I poured my heart and soul into seeking clarity, consulting with experts, field testing newfound knowledge, lots of trial and error.  Lots of failure, lots of upset feelings, lots of emotions and parenting mistakes.

In the end, I landed on five key areas – the pillars of what would become the Moms Core 5 framework.

The outcome was life changing. 

It was a mission that I needed to take.   The Moms Core 5 and the journey that I (and now hundreds of other moms) have taken has been such a blessing in my life. 


Today, I’m on a mission to share the Moms Core 5 philosophy to help you ‘figure it all out’ and regain your peace, your happiness and most importantly become the very best version of yourself that you can truly be. 

Simplicity, organization, and empowerment.


Join The Movement of Busy Moms Who’ve Gone From Busy to Better


succes stories