Why do so many of us moms feel guilty asking for help? You know, like it’s a burden to ask someone for help or something that we need (love, support, so on)? We will share 4 ways to work past that guilt and learn to ask for what you actually want- guilt free!
Helping moms live better, happier, simpler lives through the multifaceted nature of self-care.
So many moms worry about whether or not we are giving enough attention to our kids, especially when they outnumber you! We feel guilty for spending what may seem like a lot of time with one child and not enough with the other.
Are we really giving some of our kids (often the younger ones) the raw end of the deal? Nope, we’re doing our best.
Do you ever feel guilty when things are going good for you? Do you engage in negative self-talk? Have you ever thought that you just might be self-sabotaging good things in your life?
If so, you are not alone. And, according to Gay Hendricks, you may have what he calls an “upper limit problem.” Here’s 4 ways you can kick it to the curb.
3 life-changing tips for overwhelmed moms! If you feel overwhelmed and resentful, these tips can change your life! They will help you ditch the overwhelm and guilt by doing less.
As moms, we have a lot on our plate that can make us feel overwhelmed. Cara Harvey, a productivity coach tells us about her favorite hacks that help her feel more in control of things and the pitfalls of the “Stop and Drop” that so many of us do! She believes that all of us can find whatever it is that we need to go from feeling overwhelmed to in control!
All too often we lose ourselves in our roles within our family. We get so caught up in doing what we think we are supposed to do and who we think we are supposed to be that we lose sight of who we are outside of that role.