We can prioritize self-care all day long, but if we don't accept ourselves we will never achieve the sense of peace our soul craves. Women are taught from a very young age to compare ourselves to other women. Moms are no exception. In fact, I think moms struggle with this most of all. We see what others are doing and instantly feel like we aren’t doing enough. Our kids aren’t as well behaved, our house isn’t as clean, we d...
When is the last time you asked yourself “how are you doing?” When’s the last time you recognized a need and then made time to fill it? Not very recently (or often) I’m guessing.
We are so busy, that making time to check in with ourselves falls to the very bottom of our priority list, where it basically hangs out for a decade or so. There is always something seemingly more important and pressing demanding our time and attention.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being a little “selfish” from time to time, in fact, it’s required if you have a self (which you do). If we are ever going to get what we need, guilt-free, we must identify and eliminate the beliefs that keep us from it.
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Here are 3 simple questions to help you redefine, reprioritize, and reestablish a new connection with self-care.
• What is my favorite way to rest and recharge?
• When do I feel most relaxed, connected to myself, and at peace?
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Changing your mindset is as important as changing your babies diaper.
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