The Busy Mum’s Survival Guide | An Introduction

How to feel calmer & more fantastic this Christmas.

Are you happy with your energy levels?

What about how you feel when you look in the mirror?

And your health in general? Anything niggling at you or on your mind?

You love your kids, and your partner and yet… There’s nothing really wrong, but you are feeling exhausted, and you’re not really sure why.
Although you feed your children well, do you find that your eating get rather out of control? You’ve wondered whether it’s possible to be addicted to carbs and sugar. And although you know what you should be eating and doing to feel better, it just seems out of your grasp. According to your doctor, there’s nothing medically wrong with you. And yet your hormones are all over the place, you’re anxious for no readily apparent reason, and the weight keeps creeping on even when you think you’ve been ‘good’ for a while. I get it, and I want you to know that, even though this is the way many mums feel, it’s not OK. But you don’t need to just suck it up and hope things will magically improve. And you don’t have to wait until the New Year. It won’t all miraculously improve unless you’re ready to do these 5 things

  1. Choose that it’s no longer acceptable to feel the way you do.
  2. Choose to make your health and yourself your number 1 priority for the first time in a long time.
  3. Plan everything the way you want it to be.
  4. Bring everyone along on your healthy journey (most of the time).
  5. Commit to taking some time out for yourself every day.

In this series, we will unpick each of these 5 things as I dig a little deeper over here on the blog and I’ll be chatting over on Instagram. Are you ready for the revolution? Lets get started…

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