Mama, Step into your Freedom
I don’t know about you, but some days it’s hard to put one foot in front of the other.
Are you running on empty and wondering if your growing list will ever end or what you’re doing even matters?
Here’s the thing —- You matter and so does the story you’re writing. ✍🏻
3 Tips to take time for you:
1. It’s time to enjoy the little things. The smelly socks, dirty dishes, weeds, pile of mail and pee on the toilet seat will still be there for you. Who cares just do the best you can right now. PAUSE. Take 5 deep breaths with a smile on your face and remind yourself you are royalty. Take the bath, read the book, write in your journal, sit and close your eyes...
2. Take a WALK in the sun ☀️ rain 🌧 wind or snow ❄️. Lace your shoes. Get outside and look up while you inhale and exhale. Pro Mama Tip: Spread your arms wide eagle 🦅 close your eyes 👀 smile 👄 and embrace the freedom.
3. Meet your friends for a WALK, coffee ☕️, to pray or eat 🥗 lunch. Reach out. Ask. If everyone’s busy, spend time with your BEST Friend (Duh 🙄 Jesus). One on one time with your creator, best friend, coach, cheerleader, comforter, etc. is the best time you'll ever spend.
Save yourself the exhaustion. Yes you have a super Mama suit, but you don’t have to use it all the time. Take time for you and stay in your assigned lane, even if it’s five minutes. You, Mama, are worth it.
Mathew 11:28 NIV
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."
Which tip from above are you working on? I'm working on #1. I can get so caught up in everything around me I forget to pause and fully be present which leads to burn out and exhaustion. I'm slowly learning how important it is to take time for me. To slow down, check in, assess, let go, refresh and receive so I avoid weariness. Resting is productive.
Take the time for you so the light in you can shine bright.
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