Does This Sound Like You?

  • You enjoy your job and need to contribute to your household financially, but feel like you are missing out on what really matters—your family.

  • The mommy guilt you try to silence keeps growing so you work harder to suppress it.

  • You are experiencing bitterness and resentment toward your husband who won’t allow you to come home.

  • You are afraid to leave your job—your security.

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  • Long days at work leave you exhausted and barely able to care for your family at the end of the day giving your family the leftovers.

  • You desire to come home but don’t know where to begin or what to do.

  • Not only are your children suffering from separation anxiety, but you also feel stressed when dropping your little one(s) off at daycare.

  • You are discouraged due to a failed attempt to come home in the past and terrified to try again.

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If You Had a Magic Wand…

What would your life look and feel like?


Waking up each morning to enjoy meaningful and satisfying work right inside your home with the ones you love the most.


No longer having to endure the exhaustion of working two full-time jobs.


Having the ability to decide what’s best for your children instead of your designated care-giver.


Getting the opportunity to fulfill your God-given role as your husband’s help-meet, best friend, and lover.


Having an inner peace knowing you are positively contributing to the eternal state of your children.


Become the Proverbs 31 and Titus 2 woman you desire to be.

Hi, I’m Tia

I get you, because I was you!


As a busy working mom who committed over 70 hours a week to my employer, I get your feelings of stress and overwhelm trying to manage it all.

I couldn’t—though I tried.

I was an Assistant Vice President who managed hundreds of employees over multiple states, a Branch Manager who managed multi-million dollar portfolios, a Performance Consultant for the largest bank in the world and various other roles in the financial industry.

My career was my identity, my worth. I was afraid to let go of who I worked so hard to become. I was terrified to “just be a mom”.

When I did finally make the decision to let it all go, my husband said no. As you could imagine, I was absolutely devastated. I had to learn how to wait patiently on the Lord.

So, I get it, I get you…and understand exactly where you’re coming from.

I placed my family on the altar for fifteen years under the guise of success while pursuing my own career goals and ambitions.

I made 75% of the household income and made the decision to let it all go to find the family I was losing.

It was one of the best decisions of my life!

Was it easy?

Absolutely not!

But, it was oh so worth it!

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I didn’t have the support or resources available today through a ministry like this.

But, that’s why I created this business—I created it for you, to walk alongside of you every step of the way.

You are not alone.

Our passion is to help women live a life for God that brings faith, fulfillment, and freedom.

Our mission is to help moms experience true joy and freedom in motherhood and marriage by eliminating mommy guilt, overwhelm, and feeling stuck in your current work situation.

We accomplish this by helping moms discover their true God-given purpose and provide the tools to see their purpose come to life.

Are You Searching?


I trust you're here because you're searching for something.

You've landed here because you're tired of the rat race, the cold marriage, missing out on your children's lives...  

You want something different.

For yourself. For your family.

Guess what?

So did I.

As a result, I was blessed to give up 3/4 of the household income as the breadwinner to obtain my dream life. 

Today, I'm the co-founder of Goodbye Workplace. Hello Family!, where we rebuild families--one mom at a time and help moms find their way home. 

I've been best friends with my husband, Brian, for over 25 years and we have four beautiful children together and one grandpup.