Being a mother is constant. It never stops. There is more written on each one of our daily “to do” lists than is humanly possible to achieve; and as if that’s not frustrating enough, we’re supposed to make motherhood look easy and show up to every function smiling and looking like beauty queens.
But, how is all of this possible with the full lives we already lead? Where are we supposed to find the time and energy to do it all?
Today I’m going to tell you a little bit about my story and how I learned why it’s so important to take good care of myself so you can be inspired to go and take good care of yourself.
If you would like more inspiration, download my Ultimate Guide to Guilt-Free Self-Care HERE!
And join us in the Life Designed Community on Facebook!
Welcome to A Life Designed.
My name is Tina Haisman. I help women who are struggling with the overwhelm of trying to balance being a wife, mother and career-woman.
When they work with me, they discover how to design their life so they can live in alignment with their priorities. I help them make the experience of their lives match their desires for their lives.
The topic of today’s podcast is …
Why It’s Important to Take Care of Yourself
But before we get started, I have something for you. It is my Ultimate Guide to Guilt-Free Self-Care. You can download it for free on my website, tinahaisman.com.
I would also like to invite you to my private group on Facebook where you can come to get positive inspiration for your life. Search A Life Designed in the facebook search bar.
Now let’s Dive IN and talk about … Why It’s Important to Take Care of Yourself
I know this is easier said than done. If you would like a little guidance and accountability as you work on it, please reach out to me! I have some great tools to help you along your journey! I would love to work with you.
Thank you so much for listening in. Please let me know if you have any specific questions.
Remember! To download your free Guide to Guilt Free Self Care and join us in the Life Designed community on Facebook.
Thank you! See you next week!