Moms run the freaking world. If it wasn’t for us, our people wouldn’t get fed, they wouldn’t have anything to wear, and really they wouldn’t have a life at all.
When I decided to become a mom, I knew I wanted to nurture my children, care for them, and love them like crazy.
But somehow I also became the person that did all the cooking, and most of the cleaning, and like everything. Everyf’ingthing.
I was doing everything. And doing everything including doing all the things you don’t want to do sucks. I wasn’t feeling the way I wanted to feel and the truth is, I wasn’t doing any of it well. I was angry, frustrated, and resentful. Sounds fun, right?
Here’s what I realized. I was the one choosing to do it all. I was making the choice that it had to be done and I was the one who had to do it.
So I made another choice.
I made the choice to choose me. I made the decision that I was no longer willing to sacrifice my own happiness for the sake of everyone else's.
Because I run this freaking place (with love).
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