You want to drop my son off at preschool? It's easy. Just follow these steps.
Easy peasy, right? Nothing to it.
Between steps 9 and 10
You might not know this, but as mom, you are the keeper of ONE ZILLION little details that keep family life humming along. Whose socks are whose, whose project is due when, and who is refusing sun-butter and jelly sandwiches for the time being (but crossing your fingers it's just a phase). I salute you! You are doing such a great job of knowing your children's needs, intimately.
If you're left wondering why the heck it's so hard to take better care of yourself, might I gently turn your attention to all the brainspace that is dedicated to your kid(s)? Just imagine, if I have mental instructions for a 17-step-long preschool drop-off, all that YOU carry in your mind for your whole day, for your whole family.
Don't beat yourself up if you haven't gotten to the gym in the last 18 months. . .if you haven't gotten a haircut in a year. . .or if you can't remember the last time you got together with a friend for lunch. There are good reasons for that.
But it doesn't have to stay that way.
I work with clients just like you who are great moms, but who want to turn some of that care and attention to themselves. They know that putting on their oxygen mask first is going to make them feel better and bless everyone in the family. More than just keeping their head above water, they want to be kind to their future selves and make a plan they're excited to start to make time for themselves.
Won't you join me?
Every week, I set aside time for calls with moms who want a do-able, exciting plan to make more space in their lives. My heart is to give you what you need to make a decision about if coaching is right for you. No pressure. Just you, me, and some powerful coaching questions.