HOW to find ‘ME TIME’ in the mayhem of motherhood
Hey Mum - how does motherhood feel right now for you?
How much time for yourself are you getting right now?
What does ‘time for myself’ mean?
Yep – I hear you.
Motherhood IS hard … it IS demanding and the last few months have been especially hard for so many of us dealing with lockdown (being with our kids ALL THE TIME with no external support!)
When I don’t get time for myself I turn into a super grumpy mum with a short fuse – can you relate?
If you are running on empty right now, and desperately in need of some space to breathe amongst the chaos, then join me for this special live workshop. We are going to have some very real conversations about self care and how to actually get some me-time.
This is a no fluff workshop … a place to have an ACTUAL CONVERSATION with each other… not sit through a million slides … and talk truthfully about what is making it so hard right now and what you can actually do about it.
I have three children.
I have been in lockdown for over 2 months now.
I know how much this conversation matters right now.
I am ready to support you.
You will walk away with actionable strategies that you can implement straight away that will ACTUALLY help lighten your mental and emotional load - which means you’ll be showing up like a refreshed version of yourself in no time.
Let’s make YOU a priority again. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
Empowered to make change ...
nicola - mum of 2
It was refreshing to have such an honest and open discussion about our self care, or lack of it, and to feel empowered to make changes to improve the situation.
If you can't attend live a recording will be available.
Life Coach, Mum of 3, Ocean Swimmer, Mama Rising Facilitator
Linda had 3 babies in the space of 4 years and knows first hand how hard it can be to find anytime for yourself in the mayhem of motherhood. Linda has been a coach for over 15 years and is committed to helping mums thrive & not just survive. Combining her personal and professional experiences Linda has impacted the lives of hundreds of mothers around the world.