Managing the Voices in Your Head.
I am also reflecting on my journey as a mother. It’s bittersweet. If I had a magic wand I’d go back and change a lot of my parenting moments.
We can read all the books we want, and attend all the ante-natel and parenting classes we can, but our internal programming is the biggest factor in how we parent.
When many of us are not allowed to leave our homes and physically see our friends and family, how can we fulfil our deepest human need for connection?
We all have an Inner Critic and some days it gets really loud. Managing your thoughts and energy can really help to to quieten this critical voice.
When we lose hope, it’s hard to get back up again. Here’s a story of how to find your hope again.
Recently I woke up in a bad mood. I was grumpy about 'having' to do things, like get up and keep going with my new morning exercise and Nutriblast habit. I was also feeling really overwhelmed with my To Do list and had that stomach-churning feeling that I was slipping...
We might look calm and together on the outside but what’s really going on inside our heads? Don’t worry, it’s all normal!
Perfectionists are quite emotional, despite our efforts to be the opposite. We need to learn how to deal with those emotions effectively.
If it feels like life is rushing on without you, leaving you tired and frustrated, are these three habits to blame?
You might not feel like a perfectionist, because you haven’t achieved as much as you thought you could, but maybe you think like one, and that’s the very thing that is holding you back.
Our negativity seeps into our children or our work draining our energy – choosing to count our blessings can make life so much easier, effective and enjoyable.
We think that having high standard is good for us and our family, but there are hidden dangers.