Do you consider yourself lucky when you have time to shave both legs?
Are you having a more intimate relationship with your smart phone than your spouse?
Do you look forward to your annual pap just to have some “me” time?
If you can relate to this, you’re not alone. So many moms neglect themselves and their well-being because they think it’s the only way to take care of their family. After all, isn’t that what a “good mom” does?
What most moms have in common is that we all had expectations of what we thought motherhood was going to be like. If you’re like most moms, you found out (a little too late) that it’s much harder than what you envisioned.
Let’s get one thing straight — you love your kids. You wouldn’t trade them or the experience of motherhood for anything (although some days it may be tempting!). But this gig is tough and at times, the most thankless job in the world. So it’s okay to admit that you don’t always love the experience. And it doesn’t mean that you’re a bad mom when you feel this way.
Moms say they want to be a good role model for their kids. Yet many are putting their dreams on hold and are just going through the motions of life. And being a balanced, fulfilled, and happy mom begins with understanding where you are now, what your major struggles are, and how you can positively change the things that aren’t working for you. Then, it means taking serious action on it.
As a way to address the most common challenges that many moms face, I've created the eight-week R.E.I.N.V.E.N.T. System ™ to help moms start to take care of themselves again, to make themselves a priority by rediscovering who they are and figuring out what they really want out of life.
The eight hot topics that are covered in my book, Balance the Mother Load: R.E.I.N.V.E.N.T. Your Life in Just 8 Weeks!, are:
My book gives you practical advice, tips, strategies and hands-on exercises that show you exactly how to become the best woman and mom you can by learning to be a happier and more fulfilled person. You’ll learn to have more freedom, more sanity and more time to enjoy it all. And couldn’t we all use some more of that?
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