Moms carry a heavy mental load. But how do you lighten your mental load when that load is full of tasks? We’ll show you how to lighten that mental load, and free up some space for us to enjoy our lives and feel more present instead of mentally checking off items from our to-do list.
Do you tell yourself toxic time messages like your time is less valuable than your partner’s time, you can do more because you’re a better multitasker, or you can do things quicker than trying to explain the task to someone else? If so, you’re not alone!
Eve Rodsky joins us as we breakdown these toxic time messages that we tell ourselves and what we can do to free ourselves from them!
Do you feel like you aren’t allowed to say no to people because you end up feeling guilty or you’re afraid they will be mad or resent you saying no? Why do we feel like that?
We are going to show you that you’re allowed to say no and not feel guilty, by giving you 3 easy steps to be confident in your boundaries.
It’s estimated that up to 5 million U.S. parents experience burnout every year. Learn how to tell if you need a break & 4 ways that you can get it.
Do you shy away from asking for things that you want because you’re afraid that it will be viewed as selfish? Many of us feel guilty and don’t ask for things that we really want (such as time away from the kids or even spending money on something that is just for us) because we are afraid that we are being so selfish. We will share with you on how to ask for what you really want.
Getting divorced is not an easy thing, especially when you have kids. But few people talk about the guilt they feel while contemplating getting divorced.We’ll share our experiences with guilt when getting divorced, what the research says on the effects of parents staying in an unhappy relationship, and what you can do to support your kids (and your own) mental health both during and after getting divorced.
Do your kids come to you the night before their diorama project is due in Social Studies asking to go to the store to buy EVERYTHING? And did you go?
Then you may have a Stop & Drop problem!
This isn’t any one person’s fault. It’s the result of a combination of things. But we have good news for you! Use our 3 easy tips and you will lose that nasty little stop and drop habit once and for all!
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.
How to prioritize your time as a mom so that you are doing what you actually want with your time and not robbing yourself of “me time” or sleep.
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’re so used to doing things for our kids that we find it hard to sit down and do something for ourselves. How…
If you have hard time trying to stop yelling as a mom, please know you’re not alone. You’re not a horrible person – or parent….