hey there,

I'm Sarah Bowser!

A bit about me…

I’m an unconventional self-esteem coach, helping weird, nerdy moms organize their minds and find their core self to rediscover their true identity, cultivate self-love, and create a sense of belonging.

Specializing in organizing your mind and life, experimenting with new and different ideas, philosophies, and hobbies, and finding your core values, I’m committed to helping you be confident in who you truly are and courageous enough to create your own belonging in this world.

I’ve spent most of my life feeling like an outsider, struggling to fit in, struggling to just be myself and embrace who I am fully.

But now, I’ve embraced who I am. I’m that weird, nerdy mom. The one who is socially awkward, doesn’t fit the mold, and is creating her own belonging.
And if you’re here, I’m sure you’re much the same.
You are truly not alone in your fight to belong, in your fear to live as your true self. Society has a way of making those of us who don’t fit a specific mold feel like outsiders.
We don’t believe the same way as much of society. Our viewpoints vary from the societal norms. The music, TV shows, and books we enjoy don’t always fit with the crowd. We’re experimenters, we crave knowledge.
And we crave belonging.
I’m here to help you create the belonging you’ve been searching for, to help you discover and embrace your true self.
If you’re looking for support and resources for weird, nerdy, socially awkward moms like me and you, I’ve got you covered – I’m here to help you get into the right mindset and do the deep work that we need to do in order to fully understand, accept, and embrace ourselves.
I’m building a community of us nerdy, weird women, where we can all come together, in groups as big or small as we like, to create the community, even if it’s just one person, that we’ve been searching so long for.

A Little Bit About Me...


An experimenter, trying new hobbies, researching new ideas and philosophies, always being curious.


Open-minded, understanding and accepting of differing backgrounds, understanding we are all our own person.


Tentatively courageous – still learning the different ways in which I show courage, in how I embody my core self.


I signed up for Sarah’s digital organization program because I felt scattered. Everything was all over the place on my computer and I had no clue how to start organizing it. Sarah’s program not only delivered but also showed me so many other areas that I didn’t even realize I needed support in and now everything is so much more streamlined. Great program!

– Jacqui Onoz