Self-Care for Mothers: Three Unbelievably Incredible Resources for the Busy Modern Mother

Self-Care for Mothers: Three Unbelievably Incredible Resources for the Busy Modern Mother

Self-care for mothers is probably the most neglected part of motherhood and really, we can’t fault a busy mother for putting herself last. She’s juggling caring for the kids, managing a house, maybe a fulltime job or a business, running errands, doing chores, maintaining relationships, meeting deadlines… Phew! I’m exhausted just writing all of this out.

So, yeah, fitting self-care or “me-time” somewhere in there seems next to impossible.

I know it because I’ve been there.

I’ve seen the dark side of letting self-care slide.

I’ve experienced, first-hand, the overwhelming, bone-crushing tiredness and exhaustion that makes you want to just sit on the floor and cry your little heart out.

I know what it’s like to want to hide from your own family, the very people you love deeply, because you’re just so TIRED.

That is why self-care is so crucial.

That is why we organised a 30-day self-care challenge for mothers.

One that was welcomed with open arms and excited cheers.

One that showed over a thousand mothers, worldwide, that self-care doesn’t have to be something you need a 5-year plan for or wait for the kids to grow up.

Self-care doesn’t mean checking into a spa for the weekend.

Heck, it doesn’t even mean busting your budget buying fancy clothes or makeup.

It simply means making time for you, one tiny little step at a time.

Today, I’m thrilled to share that in our quest to make self-care stress-free for seriously busy mothers, my team at Finlee and Me and I have put together 3 {yes, THREE} incredible resources for you:

 1. 30 Days, 30 Ways for Mothers to Take Care of Themselves eBook

This eBook shares 30 bite-sized, easily implementable self-care strategies that you can dip into and use whenever you need refueling.

You’ll find easy ways to recharge yourself, get the rest you need and the relaxation you crave for without having to break the budget or grow another set of hands.

 2. The Finlee and Me Self-Care for Mothers eBook and Workbook Combo

This power-packed combo includes the eBook that I shared above AND a gorgeous workbook that helps you craft your own self-care plan with ease. You learn what self-care strategies actually work for you in this life season and then, identify how to implement them without stressing yourself out or feeling guilty about them.

The workbook gives you clarity on your current state of self-care or the lack of it and then, gently guides you towards crafting a doable plan. It includes incredibly supportive and encouraging resources like printable affirmations so you stay motivated, a self-care wheel so you can figure out what needs to meet right now and lots more.

 3. Self-Care for Mothers 1-on-1 Coaching

Saving the best for the last, this is my favourite because I get to work with YOU.

That’s right. I’m taking my 13 years of mental health experience and my years of motherhood and personal experience with self-care struggles to encourage you, empower you and give you a tailor-made solution that gives you back the energy and enthusiasm you need.

Together, we’ll work to renew your sanity, refresh your spirit and recharge your soul so you can go back to being the free-spirited, light-hearted, carefree woman you once were and loved being.

No, you wouldn’t need a personality transplant.

All you need is the deep desire to make a change, the commitment to taking care of yourself so you can continue to care for those you love, the belief that you, your family and most importantly, your health and sanity deserve THIS.

All three options are tailored for you to give you the solutions and mom-friendly strategies you need to weave in time for yourself without feeling guilty.

Click here to check them all out and choose the option that’s best for YOU!

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Lisa Cannon
Lisa Cannon
3 years ago

Hi with the 1-1 coaching I live in Sydney.
Is it face to face or via skype etc?
Thank you