I, like many other parents, allowed motherhood to completely take over my sense of self. Who am I without my children? In that episode Iyanla explains that we all need to be selfish in order to be effective to those we love. ‘My cup runneth over, what’s in my cup is for me, what runs over is for everyone else’.
I now use the festive period to catch up with loved ones, eat loads of food, dance in my slippers, enjoy the big belly laughing and creating joyful memories.
This week promise to write yourself a love letter, but write it as if you are your best friend. Write to yourself with kind loving thoughts, celebrate your strengths and do not include any weaknesses or areas for development.
t’s not a competition though, we are doing it for the activity value and to encourage you to engage in a long(ish) term project with your child(ren).
My mother had a top to toe treatment and has already booked her next session! I highly recommend adding a regular massage from Mother Nature's Recipes to your self-care routine.
How does your juggle work when you feel emotionally stuck and isolated because we do not only transition in our teens, we are constantly transitioning, evolving and seeing things from a new perspective?
My daughter said 'it smells really healthy' and I would agree. None of these products contain harsh chemicals and really focus on healthy hair.