As high-achieving moms, we’re living hectic lives, reachting to every trigger, thought, text message and notification. How can we be more intentional about our lives as parents going into the new school year?
If your first thought is, "I don't have time for that", I completely get it! There's so much pressure on us high-achieving women. But here are the facts: We see a mental health crisis among our children and a burnout crisis among women. If we continue to go with the norms, this is what we're choosing. It’s a path we don’t want to take. So what can we do differently?
Dr. Leah Katz, clinical psychologist, is here to tell us all about it!
In this episode on how to start the school year with presence, we discuss:
How do we separate from certain groups and norms that are impacting our lives?; The pressure on high-achieving women; How check-ins can help you to live a life that feels true to you; How to do a check-in with yourself; Taking space for yourself in a world that’s telling you you can’t; Where does the resistance come from we can feel around mindfulness? How values inform the decisions you make; And so much more! We always love hearing from you, so don’t be shy, come over to our Facebook or Instagram and let us know what you thought about today’s episode!
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