Burn down the lies you’ve believed that have stunted your growth. And make new agreements. For example, “I am not perfect, but I can do …really well.” Instead of saying “I can’t do this”, say “I can’t do this right now”. We start by changing how you think.
Why do you treat other people better than yourself? We can press restart today by choosing to think differently about ourselves in the moment. Decide it’s not ok to be abusive to yourself. It takes time to break patterns and build new euro pathways, BUT IT”S POSSIBLE.
Choose a truth to combat the lie you hear the most. When the negative thought about yourself comes, think or say your truth to combat it.
Multi-tasking doesn’t make you a good mom. Give yourself permission to slow downed do one thing at a time if that’s needed at a time.
Start with 5-10 minutes of rejuvenate time when the baby takes a nap.
What expectation can you let go of?
Comparison is a thief of joy.
Peace is important. You can teach your kids peace by setting an example of what peace can look like.
Who am I, how do I operate? Who are they and how can we operate together?
Where does your value come from?
Stillness shows you that being present is enough.
Allow god to build you up in a season of rest if that’s what He’s calling you to.
“God doesn’t want to be forced into stillness, He wants you to choose it because He is enough.”
Move in gratitude and ease, not in angst.
Embrace you weaknesses in motherhood. There is freedom in owning it. And then look to God in his kindness and grace to accept you no matter no what.
“You only know as much as you know.”
Let your children see you learn how to do life with them. Show them your humility. Apologize a lot.
“Perfection is a lie that produces more lies.”
What does it mean to you for God to be enough.
Mantra: “Everything always works out for me.” That doesn’t mean everything will always work out how you want it to, or in a way that’s comfortable. It means it will work out in a way where God can bring something good even out of the hardest situation.