Slow and Steady Wins the Race. You’ve heard it a thousand times before. You’ve said it at work. Someone has said it to you during a season of life where things aren’t moving quite as fast as you’d like. Why do we say it? Why are we going slow and stead? And for the love of all that is holy why are we racing through this one precious life?
Like a PA after work happy hour & a TED Talk had a baby... then the PAs put their scrubs on and went back to work.
The best of the best advice to help PAs learn how to value themselves, negotiate, work less, earn more, have better boundaries and become Unicorn PAs!
Rushing, yelling, stressing out and running behind used to be the NORM for us on a weekday morning. I’m sharing the six things that I do to make our daycare and school shuffle LESS stressful, more smooth, and less likely to result in tears (mine and theirs). This post is for you if you are sick and tired of dashing out the door, running way late and yelling at your humans.
I’m sharing the one thing I started doing to change my life from feeling full of burdens and being overwhelming to feeling like it was full of blessings and joy! It’s the single tip that, if you learn nothing else from this show or from me, has the potential to change your life. If you are walking through burnout, feeling stressed out, overscheduled and overwhelmed or just too freaking busy, hit play!
Working motherhood is the hardest job in the world. You have to be on the ball at work, at home, and all the places in between. It can be hard to know what to prioritize and how to fit it all in.
Enter: Cara Harvey. Cara is the founder of A Purpose Driven Mom and an online mentor who is helping moms to ditch hustle culture and create schedules, goal setting practices and routines that fit into their lives without feeling overwhelmed and burned out.
This conversation is going to help you clarify what matters most to you and how to make that badge of “busy” mom you’ve been wearing a thing of the past.
As modem moms we are doing more than ever, juggling more than ever, and tap dancing as fast as we can and still walking around feeling like we aren’t doing… enough? Motherhood today lends itself so easily to the everpresent doubt, mom guilt and general overwhelm. Wouldn’t you rather spend your days feeling confident, basking in clarity, part of a community where you feel seen and heard and connected and most of all – have the opportunity to enjoy your life?
Minimalism is about creating margin in your life. It’s about making room to breathe, to be spontaneous, to create joy, to stretch imaginations, to grow and learn, to connect and adventure – to be with and to the things that you find value in.
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