You deserve to feel joyful, fulfilled, and nourished every. single. day.
You are a mom, not a martyr.
You are a good mom. Being the mother you want to be isn’t about changing who you are, it’s allowing yourself to become and grow. Everything you want to be for your children, you already are.
What you will get:
a detailed workbook
a daily exercise delivered right to your mailbox for three days
identify your current self care mindset, redefine your definition of a good mother, and learn how to plan self-care into your day
Over three days you will:
Identify your current self care mindset and create a mindset shift statement.
We’re going to take a good, hard look at why you’ve developed the self care mindset you have, what your current beliefs about self care are, and what your perfect day really looks like.
Because before we start planning a self care routine, we need to understand the reason for our current self care habits. Understanding the reason for our habits helps us effectually plan a routine that will stick.
Define your version of a good mom and create a self care menu using the six categories of self care.
My version of a good mom is making all of our meals from scratch (because I love to cook), but your version might be picking up healthy pre-prepared meals. And that’s okay!
It’s time to throw out a one-mom-fits-all approach to motherhood and redefine what being a good mom means to us (not anybody else).
Understanding our habits, defining what we want our motherhood to look like are the stepping stones to the next part of day 2: planning a self care menu.
Learn my most valuable self care planning tool and how to implement it in your daily life.
Day 1 and Day 2 consist of the difficult and emotional work of self care, but Day 3 is all about setting our plans into action.
I’m giving away my most valuable self care planning tool (simple is always effective) and teaching you how to create a consistent, easy self care routine now matter what your day looks like!
Developing a consistent self care routine will help you:
feel more engaged and present with your children
live your life fully, so you can look back with zero regrets on how you spent your days
weave a legacy of love, the greatest heirloom we can give our children
model healthy ways of handling stress to your children
I’m Sarah, owner of Sweet As Honey Studio and host of the Heirloom Motherhood podcast. I’ve spent the last three years researching meaningful self care strategies and how to implement them so you can live your life fully fulfilled, happy, and enjoying raising your children.