“You can’t pour from an empty cup.”
As a caregiver and mom, you likely know all too well the guilt and exhaustion that comes with constantly putting others first.
Not only is there the guilt you experience for not being all things to all people, but also for not taking good enough care of yourself “so that you can care for others.” You try to do it all, but it never feels like enough.
I’ve been there. The unending to-do lists, the running ragged, the hope that one day soon it will get better, you’ll be able to better care of yourself. You’ll rest more, exercise, take that art class, or that nap…but there’s always another doctor’s appointment, load of laundry, unexpected emergency.
It’s overwhelming. But that’s the life of a caregiver, right?
NO. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Yes, you are a caregiver, a mom, but you are also worthy of care not only so you can take care of your loved ones but because you are alive and deserve to live it on your terms, with your goals and hopes, and dreams.
You are worthy of the care that you give others.
I know it’s not easy to prioritize self-care when juggling so many responsibilities, but it’s so important. That’s why I’m here to help you find the time, energy, and resources to care for yourself so that you can show up as your best self, for you, because you are worthy.