Work With Me

We can connect through “the Nailing Jello to a Tree Sisterhood” on Facebook and you can join my mentor circle inside Mom Mastery University!

Nailing Jello to a Tree Sisterhood

Nailing Jello to a Tree Sisterhood is a private Facebook group where I host FREE monthly challenges from Mom Mastery University. Some include:

  • 7-Day Mom Stress Cure
  • 21-Day Rockin’ Routines
  • 30-Day Power Purge

Mom Mastery University

Mom Mastery University (MMU) is a place for moms to find Christian based personal development help. When you join, you will select a 90 day challenge from one of 8 areas to focus on as you begin your journey. These include:

  • Health
  • Marriage
  • Parenting
  • Home Management
  • Finances
  • Emotions
  • Time Management
  • Homeschooling

Want to Join Me?

To join my MMU mentor circle, you must first enroll in a monthly MMU membership and select me (Semalee Bilbrey in Katy, TX) as your mentor. Follow these simple instructions:

  1. Go to www.mommastery.com and select the “Enroll Now” button
  2. Select membership type: $49 (Master) or $69 (VIP*) and enter payment info *VIP includes monthly hangouts with Hannah Keeley (MMU Founder) and preferred seating at our annual in-person event
  3. Select “I want a mentor link” and enter my first name “Semalee” (a list of mentors will populate) and my location “Katy, TX” should appear along with my picture below so you can select me as your mentor.

Zebra Tribe

Once you are in my circle with MMU, you will have access to our private Facebook group for our Zebra Tribe. You’ll also have me, by your side, encouraging you as we journey through this thing called motherhood together-through the ups and the downs 🙂 We have a monthly hangout inside our private group via Facebook Live, and regularly keep up with each other, as a Zebra family should.

What’s a Mentor?

Included in your MMU Membership, is access to a mentor to help you find your way around MMU, and to encourage you. I mentor inside MMU because I know how much difference an encouraging word can make. I mentor because I believe none of us should feel alone in our journey through motherhood. I mentor because I love my friends and my tribe, and I am interested in their lives. I mentor because it helps me stay accountable to my own goals. If any of these statements match you- do you love your friends? Do you like to encourage others? Do you desire more accountability for yourself?– Maybe you would enjoy being a mentor too!