Okay, you wake up and decide you’re sick to death of living life at half-mast. You’re fed up with constantly running out of energy and losing momentum when going for your goals and quite frankly, you’re just plain tired of feeling worn out, exhausted and dissatisfied with life… Something’s got to give!
All at once it feels as if the world is going into meltdown. And the questions being thrown around range from ‘Are we all being driven into panic mode by media?’ or ‘Is this virus really sending us into lockdown’?
Once upon a time, I wanted to be a superwoman. I wanted to have all the answers, I wanted to be seen to be able to do everything and I wanted to be perfect
But then reality hit me, and it hit me hard! I didn’t have all the answers; trying to do everything was taking me to planet stress and burn out and as for being perfect… what the hell is that?!
So, what did I do? I started taking care of me and redesigned what Superwoman means to me because I meet lots of superwomen and they are not the sum of everything they do for everyone else whilst their health deteriorates. They are women to be valued, loved & honoured…
During a deep dive conversation with a journalist about life-coaching, she asked me why I felt I made a difference as a self-care coach and I found myself reflecting way beyond the 15 years I have spent on my own personal development journey and way beyond the 35 year experience I have had in health & fitness; in fact, it was a question that caused me to look at my entire life journey.
Probably the most important top tier relationship women who are parents manage is
tied to their children. That’s not to say men aren’t tied to it too, however, even in 2020 we cannot deny the main parenting role is still expected to come from ‘mum’.
Are you feeling over-scheduled, under cared for?
Time is tight and there are hundreds of super important things you need to do. Sadly, you have not been prioritised as one of them and that lack of self-care is taking its toll…
Setting Your Self-Care Standards…
There have been many conversations about the chosen life path Harry & Meghan have chosen.
From not speaking with the Queen first to taking on the press, they have been given a rough ride by many and equally received encouragement and support.
Regardless which side of the fence you sit on, what they have demonstrated is the lengths they are prepared to go to, to protect their self-care as individuals and as a family… Read on