For some people, the main goal of keeping a planner or schedule is simply to make sure everything is written down on paper and therefore not forgotten. A list is made, meetings and appointments are scheduled, and the items are checked off one by one. Admittedly that’s not a bad place to start!
However, if this isn’t your first rodeo, or if you are one of the millions of people wondering how to stop time and get more hours in the day, let us introduce you to the concept of time blocking.
So, you're interested in using The Self-Care Planner, but you are unsure if the weekly or daily edition is a better fit for you. First of all, thank you! You are in the right place. We want you to love your planner and want to ensure you are happy with your choice. In this post, we’ll be comparing the two editions so you can easily choose the best one for you!
Moms are caregivers. At the end of the day, many moms have worked to fill up everyone else’s cups and realize they don’t have anything left to fill their own. It’s easy to put yourself last when it’s your job to take care of everyone else, but the truth is you can only do that for so long before you burn yourself out and then have nothing left to give. This is why prioritizing your self-care as a mom is so important.
Mindfulness is a useful tool to have in your self-care arsenal as it can help reduce anxiety and boost happiness, and the good news is that it is an easy way to introduce self-care into your child’s life.
If you spend any amount of time on Instagram, Youtube, or TikTok chances are you’ve seen an influencer’s take on their perfect self-care morning routine. While this type of content can hold genuinely useful tips a lot of the time there is a focus on waking up ridiculously early and drinking coffee out of aesthetically pleasing mugs. Now, while we are big fans of coffee especially in aesthetically pleasing mugs, we are bigger fans of outlining self-care habits and why they are good practices to incorporate into your morning routine.