Parental Burnout. You probably know it. You probably live it. Are you burned out? Stressed out. Overwhelmed. Over-stressed. Over-scheduled. And just OVER it all?! As parents – the pressure is intense. And frankly, sometimes just too much. No more adulting. It’s too hard to parent and adult and take care of the children. Face it:…
Today is ‘officially’ Mother’s Day. But let’s get real. Every day is Mother’s Day. Meaning: every single day we mother, we are mothered, we are loving, we are loved, we are our children’s mothers, we have our own mothers, aunts, sisters, friends, mentors, and incredibly brilliant women in our lives that brilliantly impact our lives,…
It’s 5:51 p.m on a sunny evening at our home. Broad daylight. Two of my children are upstairs. Then I came face to face with a person dressed in all black and wearing a mask breaking into my house. This moment has changed our lives forever. Moments earlier, I am expecting guests for a Healthy,…
So, here’s the deal.
Life happens. And so do the daily mundane tasks.
Frankly, give me the dirty dishes. The picking up toys. The backpacks, shoes, baseballs, superhero figures on the floor. I mean, even let me step on a a bed of Legos barefoot.
Do you empower yourself and feel celebrated everyday?
I would bet the answer, if we were honest, is no.
But today is the perfect day for you to do something, even ONE thing to empower yourself and realize how important you are, how much you matter, how you are infinitely capable, you change lives, you raise humans, you are worthy, you are needed, you are full of talents and gifts and unknown possibilities. It’s time to let YOU empower YOU.
Especially right now, because today is International Women’s Day, here’s simple Empowered Actions Steps that will change your life.
50 EMPOWERING WORDS
Need to feel empowered today? Here’s how.
Suffice to say, words CHANGE LIVES. They move us to move mountains. They break spirits. They can also build, embolden, and yes, EMPOWER.
Words have brilliance and the potential power to unleash emotions strong enough to overwhelm each and every one of us. Words incite us, inspire us, make us fall in love, go to war and save lives.
The English language has some 1,009,614 words according to an estimate by the Global Language Monitor on March 21, 2011. So there is a veritable plethora of succulent, delightful and delicious verbiage.
Do you have a GO-TO “Power Words” List? Let me share my list with you. See what it invokes in you, what it stirs you to think, to feel, to behave, to take ACTION! What INSPIRES, MOTIVATES, MOVES you? This will change your life – here’s how.
THIS MORNING we are going LIVE ON-AIR and talking the “P” word! Politics & your kids. We are taking on HOT TOPICS! You do not want to miss this – here’s how YOU can listen and call in!!
Let’s face it. This political season may the ugliest, nastiest, most divisive races in decades. And our kids are all watching it – if you can even let them!
So, how do you talk to your kids about this political season? Are you letting them watch the debates? How are you explaining any of this behavior to them? And these are what types of behaviors and people we want our kids to model themselves after? I mean, after all, one of these two candidates will be elected as our President.
Seriously, how many of you didn’t just roll your eyes or wince in pain knowing the HOURS your kids spend on homework – or, frankly – are YOU doing it- Just.To.Get.It.Done.
Many are boycotting homework for your kids – and the movement has gone viral. Here’s why.
Your kids are probably already into their first few days of Back-To-School. Or will be starting soon. Here’s must-have tips to empower your kids for a great school year!
To the school & teachers: I give you my children. Therefore, I give you my heart. You have them for most of the day. Will you please care for, encourage, guide, challenge and respect them? I entrust them to you. The teachers, coaches, administrators, leaders – you hold my heart within your care. And at this Back-To-School time, here’s the tips that you, as parents, must have to empower your kids.