Holding down the fort can be quite a feat at times.
When you bear the weight of caring for the household, raising the children, and other daily duties while your significant other travels or works long, long hours, it can feel incredibly lonely and isolating.
One thing they don’t often teach you when you are growing up is having tough conversations.
When you need to have a difficult talk with someone – a family member, client, significant other, or child (especially a child), it can be a very sensitive situation.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed? Do that ONE thing that will make the biggest difference.
Here’s the thing.
You’re thrown challenges every day. Every. Single. Day.
We often forget how to enjoy the little moments when we deal with daily chaos.
Each day is an opportunity to make memories and seek joy.
Happiness is fleeting and can be reached in different ways for everyone.
When you’re overwhelmed, taking a break before a breakdown happens is vital.
As mothers, we often put others’ needs before our own. And then, we push and push and push ourselves to the breaking point.
Do you know what it means to be unapologetically you, mama?
As caretakers and always having to think of someone else’s needs, we tend to dampen ourselves for the sake of others.