Moms are told all over social media and advertisements that we need more self-care. It’s true that we become easily wearied, easily overwhelmed, easily frustrated – and a break sounds too good to be true. Self-care for stay at home moms seems like a reasonable solution.
But the break we actually need to overcome the weariness, the overwhelm, the frustration might be different from a day out or a day off.
If a day out or a day off is not happening anytime soon for you, don’t worry. That’s probably not what you actually need to find relief and satisfaction in your life.
January’s podcasts are all about so-called self-care. Now, self-care in medical terms refers to your ability to do basic things like brush your teeth and use the bathroom by yourself. But when the internet tells you that you need self-care, that’s not usually what they mean. In fact, a CNN article about trends for 2020 outright said that self-care on social media means luxuriating.
You don’t need to treat yourself or indulge in luxuries to be happy with your life. Let’s get a grip and a game face on and find not only contentment but also joy in our real life home duties. Stay turned this month on the podcast for more on getting real with self-care.
Plus, stay tuned to the end of the episode to learn about a free workshop on setting goals for 2020 – no sign-up required.
But for now, let’s dig in.
Episode #120: Self care for stay at home moms
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Start 2020 with real goals that fit our lives as moms at home. Get instant access to this workshop replay by clicking the image below. Goal-setting is different, like self-care, for stay at home moms.
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