Being a mother means sharing the last bite of your sandwich. It means long nights and early mornings. It means cuddles, kisses, boo-boos, giggles, tears, scrapes, and fussiness. Motherhood means so various things. Most of all, it is LOVE; pure and unconditional!
Self-care has become a trend.
I’ve spent the past few years working closely with leaders on incorporating self-care into their work lives — as a key component of their overall performance — so that an expansion in their role or responsibilities doesn’t come at the expense of their health and well-being. One CEO I worked with summed it up best when he said: “Self-care is no longer a luxury; it’s part of the job.”
So, what exactly is self-care, and how do we do it?
Being happy is a very personal thing, and sometimes it doesn’t have to do with anyone else. Self-care is ultimately the most important priority one has to themselves. Taking care of yourself is an essential lifestyle. Being healthy and happy helps you be the best version of yourself. Being happy not only reflects on you but on others too. Do all things with kindness.
Before I go into my 12 Steps For Self Care (I’ll be going LIVE and doing a blog post on that another day), before I do another LIVE video, before I conduct another Master Class, here are 5 things that I want all of my clients to STOP doing.
It’s easy to blame someone else when things don’t go the way you want to. But the reality is that a lot of times it’s not just one person’s fault. I just wanted to take a moment to point out a few things to help you reflect on YOU.