"I need this." said one of my six daughters when I asked her to proofread this new edition.
- The complete "Real-Life Stressbusters for Moms on the Go".
- A perfect mug for tea, coffee or hot cocoa with flowers I designed to go with the book.
- Included in the 228 pages of the book are also:
- A blank monthly calendar with note pages after each month
- 100 blank lined pages for your journaling and note-taking and diary-keeping and praying.
All gift-wrapped with a handwritten note of encouragement from the author - Me - JV Davenport - Kurokiku - Mom of Seven, Grandmom of Five at this writing.
--- DIGITAL VERSION - ????Would you just like a PDF of this book that you can read on your favorite device? Here is the link for the digital version. For journaling, I prefer paper over digital, but this is for you. NOT A GIFT SET - No mug included:
Purchase here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/1381713535/digital-self-care-book-with-journal
????Anyway, this daughter was maybe 11 years old when I wrote this book from personal experience. Now she is heading to 24, married and the Mom of two under two. Yes, she definitely does need it. So do many other mothers - and caregivers in general - of young ones who can sometimes barely catch a breath. So do some grandmothers, too. I actually wrote the book, and sometimes it does me good to re-open it...
In any case, here are the first 40 of hundreds of real life tips for alleviating stress, including funny and poignant sayings from the ages about mothers in general. This is not a scientific study on stress, but a hands-on list of things to do right now to help you manage the pressures that threaten to overwhelm you.
????Self-care is important.
Aren’t you tired of dealing with all this stress? Busy moms all over are fed up with snapping at the children we love, the mysterious aches and pains, and having to collapse in a heap on the couch at the end of endless days spent juggling family needs, work demands, and everyone else’s schedule. Forget personal time. What’s that, anyway?
Join mothers who know how to de-stress, survive, and thrive. Your stresses may not go away, but you can learn to handle them differently.
It’s an ongoing process and completely worth it!