I’ve been asked why I decided to pursue being a life coach. Why did you spend time becoming certified in aromatherapy if you were just going to do something else? So I decided I needed to post about it; for you and for me. If you are a bit confused by the start of this post, let me explain. I run an Aromatherapy blog over at www.theclawfoot.com and I posted this information over there. I love Aromatherapy. I will never abandon it. I will continue to be involved in posting abo
Hey momma’s. Let’s chat. Are you feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? Overworked? Tired? Alone? Isolated?
Listen to me and listen now. You are NOT alone.
Whether you are a stay at home mom, a working mom, a single mom, a married mom, an empty nester, a new mom, a soon to be mom….it doesn’t matter. At some point in time, we all go through the same shit. We all feel the same feels. There are going to be days, bad days. There are going to be days, good days. You will have them both, t
*What is MOM GUILT & COMPARISONITIS? -It’s all the negative thoughts that we believe to be true.
-It’s letting others dictate how you feel
-It’s believing all the social media and other media that makes you feel bad about how you parent.
-It’s telling you that being a working mom is wrong, a SAHM is wrong, a WAHM is wrong.
-It’s the thought that if you are not Pinterest perfect you are doing it wrong.
-It’s the thought that frozen pizza is not how you should feed your family.
Motherhood can be overwhelming, stressful, exhausting, isolating. But it is also magical, love, life changing and the greatest accomplishment of my life. Sometimes you need a reminder of this. I created the following images of some uplifting quotes to help you on your down days. Pin them for later. Print them out and hang them where you can see them and remind yourself when you are feeling like you can’t make it through another day. When you think you are making all the wrong
Let’s do some more self-care talk shall we? Why you ask? Well because it’s so darn important, that’s why! Seriously my friends. If you are not currently practicing some type of self care at minimum, once a week, get on the train. I’ve laughed these types of statements off before myself so I get it. Your thinking it’s not that important. I don’t have time. What am I supposed to do? I’m not into that woo-woo shit. That’s just called being lazy. I truly understand, I’ve either t