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It can be tough to take care of yourself, your kids and your home as a mom. You might feel like you don’t have time for yourself, but it’s essential to make time for your well-being. That way, you’ll be able to be your best possible self for your family.
As a mom, we need to keep learning and working at being better, so I grab with both hands and run with every opportunity I get to learn. I also love to share my learnings, findings and discovery along the way. It gives me great joy to see other moms growing and getting better on this parenting journey.
However, we are everything to everyone paying little or no time to ourselves. So many women have worn themselves out or presently living in bitterness and are ready to snap at any given opportunity.
So you can imagine my greatest joy when I got this beautiful book called “More than a mom” by Kari Kampakis, who happens to be a mom of four beautiful girls and a Girl mom blogger like me.
What if taking care of yourself is the first step to helping your family thrive? What does this question mean to you and your current situation? Please take a minute to think about this and let me know your thought in the comment section.
Now is the time to pay attention to yourself and love yourself more than ever before, so you can give that genuine love to the people that truly matter to you.
Now is the time to take care of your own needs, avoid feeling depleted and numb, and learn firsthand why your personal wellness matters—especially as a mom.
Now is the time to stay on a healthy path and bring your kids as far as you’ve come by focusing on your own needs, too.
Now is the time to unleash God’s power in your life and stand on timeless truths to help you know your worth and embrace your purpose in parenting.
Now is the time to build your worth by quitting negative self-talk, setting boundaries, and building solid and uplifting friendships that you can model for your children.
Now is the time to invest in yourself and preorder the More than a mom book here. The book releases on April 5th. When you preorder, you get access to free downloads, including more than a mom cell phone screen locks, devotionals and printables from Kari.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kari Kampakis is a mom of four girls, author, speaker, and podcaster from Birmingham, Alabama. Her new book for girl moms, Love her well:10 ways to find joy and connection with your teenage daughter and can be found everywhere books are sold. Kari’s books for teen & tween girls – Liked and ten ultimate truths girls should know – have been used widely for small group studies.
Raising a healthy kid begins with a healthy mom.
The more than a mom book is a must-read for moms. I love how it relates to our past and modern-day struggles. It captures how you can know your worth, rest appropriately, build uplifting friendships, conquer stress and anxiety with truth, choose joy, and more. I particularly love the reflection questions at the end of every chapter that allows you to dig deeper into yourself. I love using my journal to document these reflections.
My biggest takeaway is to quit multitasking! I used to think the ability to multitask as a mom made me a superwoman. I learned from this book that years of multitasking train our brain to jump around, making it do loads of mental gymnastics, which affects our concentration. It leaves us mentally exhausted and makes it hard to turn off our thought process as it continues to churn. The best way to find peace and clarity is to do one thing at a time.
One of the great ways to prioritize your wellness as a mom is by investing in things that will help us to better because, like Albert Einstein said, “Once you stop learning, you start dying”.
More than a mom also aligns so well with my values and lifelong goals. I strive daily to be a better version of myself, and besides the help of God, great resources like this help me achieve my goals a little bit faster. Click here to preorder your copy today.
I hope you find great value in this book as much as I did.
You are a great mom!