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Self-Love For Mothers

Self-Love is also a discipline because it’s not something you do once in a while when the world gets crazy. It’s what you do every day, every week, month in and month out. It’s taking care of yourself in a way that doesn’t require you to “indulge” in order to restore balance. It’s making the commitment to stay healthy and balanced as a regular practice.

Self-Love For Mothers In The Morning

Mornings can feel bananas and full of rushing around and cranking out breakfast while trying to find matching socks. Before you leave your room or at breakfast time, delight in a simple ritual, just for you. Light a soothing candle on your kitchen counter or on the dining table. Affirm what a beautiful day you all have ahead of you. Imagine it all unfolding easily with a few sweet surprises you’ll all delight in. Read a daily book with a short and inspiring message.

Remember to talk sweet to yourself if you start to worry, “I am happy. I am the perfect mother for my children. All is well, sweetheart.” Blow out the candle and start the day. Note how you feel when you take the few minutes for this ritual, and when you skip.

Self-Love For Mothers In The Evening

Find a few minutes in the evening, just for you. Maybe it will be right after you tuck the kids in bed. You may find when you wait longer, you will be too sleepy and no longer in the mood. Light a candle and either think in your mind, or journal about what you appreciated about the day. It can be big, or small. Did you enjoy a nice cup of coffee in the morning? Did pick up at school go smoother than usual? Did your kids do something especially hilarious or sweet? Feel how it felt and remember it all. Blow out the candle when you’re ready to call it a night.

Written by Bob Evans

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