Are you feeling bogged down by your daily to-do’s?
And after committing 100% to all your responsibilities (kids, family, work, chores, errands), you feel depleted and have nothing left for yourself to give??
If you answered yes, you’re definitely not alone, Valued Tribe.
We just started our awesome new online support group for women called the Inner Workings Movement and the conversation is already getting real.
The thing that keeps coming up is self-care and how to find balance in the chaos and still try and get in “me” time.
Whether it be solo parenting, busy work schedule, moving, sports commitments, or whatever.
Can you relate?
If so, try using a few of these next time you’re in emergency depleted mode. ;)
SIMPLE SELF CARE TIPS FOR WHEN SHIZ IS HITTING THE FAN
BE GRATEFUL – It’s soooo hard to be thankful for something when you’re going through a sh*tty time. If there’s one...
Where have you been?
How are you?
Sounds like Adele.
Nope. It’s me, Shauna.
I’ve been on a long break — two months, to be exact.
My family and I had a huge scare right before Christmas, and I closed up like a clam on the seashore.
My husband got into a huge car accident and totaled his truck going 55+ mph – slamming right into the back of a sudden stopped few cars ahead of him in the fast lane. It came out of nowhere, and he didn’t have time to react. Other than to put up his arms to protect his face.
I got the call from him on December 16. I was putting my little guy down for a nap.
And my worst fears were on the other line.
He was freaking out.
I couldn’t really understand him with all the gibberish. Just that he was worried about the car in front of him. His truck was trashed.
Something about the hospital.
Dealing with his crash and health.
The car insurance company.
The rental car company.
It was a...
2018 has officially kicked my a*s!
With the flu making its way around all five of us, trips to the ER, visits to the doc, migraines, forgotten birthday (oh sorry husband!) plus the daily oh shit schedules from school, work, and errands, and on top of all of that, MOVING 2 hours away!?
UGH Talk about stress!
How about you? ;)
Do you get caught up in the “shoulds” or how things are supposed to be, that you rarely take the time to see just how far you’ve come? Like it’s just not enough?
What happens if we stop to actually see how much we do?
Check this out (and this doesn’t even include all the daily minutia of butts, teeth, laundry, lunches, and on and on).
Since my hubby’s big car accident I’ve ~