Take responsibility for your space. If something or someone is toxic, degrading, or disempowering, don’t allow it into your physical or mental space.
Our kids need us to support them and to love them. They need us to model decision making, failing, and living. They do not need us to micromanage their lives or to try to control their lives so that we feel better.
Speaking negatively to ourselves holds us back, keeps us “playing small”, and restricts us from being who we’re meant to be in this world. Start treating yourself as you would your best friend. It’s time, warriors. Time to fall in love with yourself.
While thinking of what to do is great, it’s important to recognize the things we’re doing that are leading us to those tantrums and crazy-me moments.
Writing down a plan for our days moves us from living a reactive life to living an intentional life. The more proactive you are in the evening, the less reactive you’ll be in the morning
As a mom of three and an entrepreneur, there’s one thing I’ve learned: great mornings don’t “just happen”. If it’s meant to be, it’s up to me. I need to be intentional. and take deliberate action.