The Busy, Working Mother’s Guide to Living a Life of Meaning
Finding Your Purpose
Tips to Survive Parenthood for the Overwhelmed and Exhausted
How to stop killing yourself as a mother.
As a mother, it can be difficult to remember to care for yourself while raising a family.
Not matter what ages your children are…whether they’re infants, toddlers, pre-, middle, or high school, you’re faced with making the right decisions when raising your children. You dedicate everything you have to them. As a result, you feel exhausted, overwhelmed and lacking in personal passion. Yes, you are the woman in charge. However, your role has become, “the exhausted ringmaster of the 3-ring circus”.
You’re working a 40-hour, or more, work week while parenting your children, cooking, cleaning, being there for your spouse, and everything else that needs to be done. Let’s not forget your obligations as a Boy Scout leader, dance mom, and PTA chairperson.
Sadly, your 40-hour work week is the only reprieve you get from your 24-hour-a-day job of stressing over whether your son is ever going to stop wearing skinny jeans; why your daughter won’t wear panties; and how you’re ever going to find time to complete all your obligations.
Even though you’re – “Rockin’ it” – you have no time for yourself. When was the last time you did something for yourself? I’m not talking about sleeping for 6 hours straight or taking a shower. You don’t remember do you? That’s where the problem is!
That’s why I wrote this book.
This book is straight and to the point…featuring the best purpose manifesting methods that have worked for me.
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Nicolle Lowrey is an around-the-clock wife and mother of three children. However, she manages to live a life of passion through her writing and by helping other mothers discover a fulfilled life. In her spare time, she works a full-time job and survives parenthood by finding the humor in the misadventures of her children.