From the moment your baby comes into this world your lives change. You aren’t your first priority anymore, your babies are.
There is nothing you wont do to make sure your baby has the best chance in life.
All you’re concerned about is being the greatest mother a child could wish for.
They don’t need to say anything because your love for your child is so great and unconditional.
As I write this, I am looking at my 3-day-old son and as a father, my love for him is unconditional.
I can only imagine how much more the love of a mother would be.
Your 9-month connection to your child and the pain you endure to have the precious little person finally wrapped up in your arms…
The love must be immense.
In order to give your child the care and love you want, you must take care of you.
If you come from a place where you’re shattered, rundown you wont have the patience or the energy to take care of your baby. You wont be able to care for them the way you would like to.
This would lead to confidence being knockdown.
You want to look after them; you know you have all this care and love to give, but you just don’t have the patience. You don’t have the energy. This makes you feel horrible, incompetent. A mess.
Most days leave you feeling like there is nothing you can do. All your time is spent looking after your little one.
By the time the day is over and your cubs are in bed you want to just flop into bed and binge watch Orange Is The New Black with your favorite flavor of Ben & Jerry’s.
You enjoy the little time you have for you because you know in a couple of hours, sooner than you think, your going to be hearing your little babes crying for grub and the new day starts again.
Even though you wouldn’t give up anything in the world for this…
It would be nice to have some appreciation thrown your way. Yet, your partner is stressed out over work trying to make payments and it seems like you’re under valued.
All you wish is for some attention, for the recognition you received before you started a family; when you first started seeing each other. It seems like your living your life together and that is it.
Life is using up all your time and energy.
As stressful and time consuming your babies are it doesn’t have to be like this.
You can be the young spirited woman you were before the baby.
You can reignite the spark in your relationship. All while still being the best mother on earth.
You can be the supermom you want to be.
Imagine your partner coming home from a hard day of work and your waiting for them in a number that makes you feel hot.
What do you think will happen?
As long as they haven’t been fired and even then, they will be all over you. How would that make you feel?
Like you still got it.
Imagine your kids’ make the biggest mess in the house but instead of getting annoyed you’re calm and collected. You’re able to deal with the situation without screaming at your child.
How would that impact your child?
How would that have an impact on the way you feel and your general stress levels?
Right now these things sound unbelievable and far fetched because you’re so busy running around for everyone else that when a glitch happens your patience is gone (which is understandable). By the time your partner comes home you have no energy for yourself let alone to surprise or initiate an intimate evening together.
What if there was a way you could have more energy, more patience, more of everything you’ve ever wanted for yourself and your family?
Would you do it?
I’m not talking about pills or anything artificial.
I’m talking about taking care of you.
When you eat well, exercise and look after yourself you have more energy, more patience.
This gives you more confidence and time as your time is better spent not expending every moment drained out. You’ll become the supermom who everyone recognizes and appreciates the hard work you put in while still looking sexy.
You might be thinking to yourself, “Come on, I have no time for anything and now you’re saying I should take care of me? It’s impossible. Beside, I have tried to ‘diet’, I have tried to get back into shape, I have tried to go to the gym and that never lasts for very long.”
The first point that you might say about having no time, I can completely understand. However, in all honesty, we don’t have a time issue we have a priority issue.
We make time for the things we prioritize!
If your goal as a mother and wife is to be the best person you can be for both roles then your main priority is to take care of yourself. This way you ensure yourself the patience, care, confidence and all the other good thing that come with living a healthy life and taking care of you.
Now I know that you don’t solve the issue of time by just saying you have a priority issue. There is so much more that goes into taking care of you than just saying it should be your top priority.
I get it.
It’s hard work to eat healthy and stay active especially when you have many more things on your mind. This is one of the main reasons why trying to get back into shape, going to the gym, starting a diet has resulted in you falling short of what you want to accomplish.
There are a couple of things you can do to help you become the supermom you deserve to be.
The first thing we have to discuss is that hitting your goals is going to be hard work (I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you this).
Before you can go running into the gym and commitment to only eating clean for the rest of your life you need to do some thinking.
We got to sit down and think about your goals… think about what you want to accomplish and why you want to accomplish it.
Don’t miss this step out. It is what truly separates the winners from the rest.
Now that you know where your going we need to make a plan to get you there.
Each and every single one of us is unique and therefore need a unique approach.
Trying to implement someone else’s program that has a completely different life approach than you is like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. It just won’t work.
You need a program that takes all aspects of your life into consideration. Only then you will not only hit your goals you will crush them.
There are 15 steps that we try and implement into everyone of my client’s day. The way we implement it varies and is unique to each individual; but on a whole these 15 steps are essential to create a healthy life that will last.
I would like you to have the roadmap so you can start to implement the steps and make a difference to your life.
Become the supermom you deserve to be.