It hardly seems like there is enough time in a twenty-four hour period to get everything done. Often times we find our to do list outworks us, and keeps us up at night with stress and anxiety over everything we didn’t get done.
If you’re like the old me, you have extremely high expectations for yourself. You pride yourself on being the one who has it “all together”…at least on the outside. Inside you often feel exhausted, burned out, and overwhelmed by your desire to be the best at everything.
I can’t remember exactly where I first heard this, but they say as a full time entrepreneur, you should aim to get 3 tasks done each day. That’s progress. As for me, I am still working on whittling that number down, but I am happy to say, I am prioritizing my most important tasks due to this simple hack around time management: time budgeting.
In this week’s episode, I am pulling the curtain back to share my strategy with you, so you too, can work from a to-do list that actually gets done, that aligns with your core values, and your top priorities. You may be a super mom (no doubt about that), but you do still have just 24 hours in a day. Let’s maximize the time you do have!
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Forget stress management techniques.
Learn how to eliminate stress all together with The Stress Coach, Emily Wagner. On this week’s show, we chat about ways you can not only manage your stress as a boss minded mom, but how to eliminate stress from your life for good so you can keep chasing those dreams and show up as a better version of yourself for your family and your purpose.
Emily shares with us the surprising ways stress might be showing up in your life without you even knowing it, and gives us practical and simple strategies to uproot stress entirely.
You can learn more about Emily Wagner by following her on Instagram @coachemilywagner or by visiting her youtube channel where she coaches you through ways to alleviate stress for good so you can achieve your goals as the ambitious, go-getter mama you are!
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Whether you’re a working mom outside of the house or you are a mama who works from home, having a Personal Operating System or routine is a must.
In this week’s show, I walk you through my quarterly planning system for our busy family schedule. You’ll learn how to establish a routine as a working mom using this proven system to meal plan, map out your kids’ schedule, doctor’s appointments, and even be able to schedule some down time in for a little self-care without the guilt.
Before I created this routine, life felt chaotic and stressful every time my husband left for work, and often way before then if I am being honest. It took some time to figure out a system that works, but lucky for you, I’ve already done the leg work and now you get to plug and play the parts of my system that work for you…and leave what doesn’t.
Whether you use this as inspiration for your own routine or as a template, you will be amazed at how much time you get back, how much more energy you have, and how much you’re getting done. Hello productivity and efficiency, good bye overwhelm and exhaustion!
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Hey, mama! I sat down with a friend of mine a while back, and we chatted about our experience with meal plans and former diets.
The bottom line?
Meal plans don’t work long term, and today we are diving into why that is.
Sure, you may get results for a few weeks, but for the vast majority of women, meal plans are simply another diet masked as a healthy lifestyle.
In this week’s episode, we talk about how you can swap out your meal plan for a more sustainable and relaxed way of eating. So that you can live more life, stress and obsess over food and your weight less.
If you’re brand new to the concept of Intuitive eating, and you want to learn more about how you can incorporate mindfulness into your food habits, I want to invite you to check out the brand new ebook I’ve created. It walks you through a simple framework so that you can start creating more freedom around food while prioritizing your health and wellbeing. No bingeing, no restriction, no tracking your food necessary!
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Last week we looked at reasons why the ‘more is better’ approach may not be the best approach to take when it comes to reaching your fitness goals…especially as an entrepreneur with a family to raise as well as you probably don’t have a ton of extra time to spare meticulously tracking your food or logging long workouts.
This week we dive into how you can find your own sweet spot when it comes to exercise and nutrition.
You do not have to go to extremes to reach your fitness goals. In fact, it could be that mindset that is keeping you stuck.
Finding your sweet spot will help you….
Get a better handle on your hunger and appetite, which will help you more easily make nutrition choices that align with your goals.
Recover appropriately between training sessions.
Achieve your goals without compromising your physical and mental health.
Expose your body to less exercise-induced stress.
Reduce your risk of injury.
Improve consistency, therefore also improving sustainability.
Free up more of your precious time and mental energy.
If you’re an entrepreneurial minded mom, and don’t have a ton of extra time to dedicate to longer, more intense workout programs or complicated nutrition plans that require you to cut out foods or keep track, then tune into this week’s episode. I’ll share with you a sneak peek of exactly how I help the women I coach find their perfect dose of exercise.
And if you really want to take things up a notch without having to do more, I want to invite you to hop on a connect call with me! I have a few spots open for 1:1 coaching with me and want to help you reach your fitness goals without sacrificing your time.
And if you want to snag your FREE copy of The Mindful Eating Project Kickstart Guide, you can do so here!
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