Move away from being busy. (I.e. constantly doing things on your task list because you feel you must, without thinking about why the items are there in the first place) Stop trying to do it all and feeling guilty at the end of the day. Make time for fun and time for yourself. Move toward a better relationship with time.
Valerie Recore is a productivity specialist, a time giver, and a Certified Fair Play Method Facilitator. She helps moms gain a sense of control, spend more time with their families, and end their days feeling accomplished. With a background in mental health and corporate training, she’s ready to guide you toward a better relationship with time.
If you’re ready to start feeling more peace and accomplishment at the end of the day, she’s here to help.
You do not have to do it all. You are not the only person in your household and it’s not all on you to keep the place running. Share the load.
You and your partner are a team. Whether you are married or co-parenting, work together. Not you telling your partner what to do. No leaving post-its on the bathroom mirror. Hold regular conversations about tasks that need to happen and who is doing what. You are working together to keep the household running smoothly (or at least functioning!).
Evaluate why you are doing something. Does it fit in with your goals? Does it fit your values? Or are you doing it because everyone else is? It’s ok to say no to something because it doesn’t work for you. Do you love throwing elaborate birthday parties? Great! Do elaborate birthday parties exhaust you? Then host a smaller gathering for the kids (even a sleepover with one friend will be
You’re never going to get through your to-do list. I don’t tell you this to make you sad. The list is never going to end and that is ok! It means you get to focus on your priorities today and let everything else go. The world will not stop spinning if the laundry doesn’t get folded while you complete that project for work or play with your kids!ok!)
I believe that moms do too much and then feel guilty when they don’t get it all done. Society has conditioned moms to think they need to do it all. That no one else can do it as well and it isn’t going to happen if they don’t take care of it. I call BS on that. Instead of doing it all, focus on doing the right things and let go of the rest. Use this guide to get started today!
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