Every mother has a range of LIFE SUPER POWERS that makes her unique.
From the maternal instinct to multitasking, as Spider-Man was told: “With great power comes great responsibility!”.
All those tasks and responsibilities often lead to more stress and less enjoyment of life. Is it possible to beat this amount of stress for busy moms?
This is one of the subjects during my conversation with Tricia Robinson on the weekly episode of The Burnout Show.
You can watch the video HERE!
Tricia is a Health Coach helping busy moms reduce stress. Her personal experience with the hustle culture led her to the illusion that she could do all. Unfortunately, this situation created a stressful environment for her life.
Nevertheless, now, she is happier than ever and wants to help people doing the same. How did she do it?
Focus on your life and yourself first!
- Live your life on your own terms
- Experience some sun and nature, go walk your dog, relax yourself, do some sport
Improving your Mental and Physical Health is your first key to a happier life!
Prioritize your sleep for less stress
In this hustle culture, sleep became one of the most overlooked aspects for a successful career and life. As several studies showed, more than a third of the world is sleep deprived! Lack of sleep can be a factor for weight gain, high cortisol levels, professional burnout and more…
As such, reaching 8 to 9 hours of sleep a day is indispensable! Sleep serves as a rejuvenation and recovery process after an exalting day!
Tips for a quality sleep:
- Expose yourself to sunlight in the morning and
- Avoid blue light from screens at night to reset your circadian rhythm
- Avoid caffeine 10 hours before bed time
Here’s some more tips to improve your snooze quality: The 10 Commandments of Sleeping Well
Wake up at least 10 minutes before anyone else in your family
This little time before your life becomes loud is Your Time!
- Focus on yourself, meditate, visualize your ideal day
- Hydrate first thing in the morning
- Brush your teeth
One small but powerful exercise: Practice gratitude by writing down 1 to 3 things you are grateful for every single day before falling asleep.
Book recommendation based on today’s subject: “Sleep Better by Shawn Stevenson”