To quote the great Maya Angelou . . .
“If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude."
Even though our little ones may look at us like superheroes—we all have stuff we're afraid of. Like being trapped in a giant tube in the sky going 500 mph.
That's why we're jazzed that one mama is sharing the 8 tools she used to conquer her fear of flying. SERENITY NOW.
Try #2—deep breathing. “I practiced focusing on the steady rhythm of slow breathing. With each respiration, I became calmer." Now she models bravery for her children—because she is no longer afraid.
Slaying your fears? Sounds like a superhero to us.
Slay salary negotiations
Want to get more money, flexibility or ownership out of your job? We're here to show you how.
The motherhood penalty is real—working moms make on average $11,000 a year less just because they are mothers—so learning how to ask for and get what you deserve is absolutely essential.
Motherhood is hard enough—without piling on heaps of guilt, unhealthy self-sacrifice and strict regulations.
So one parenting coach suggests that if you want to be a happy parent, you've got to give up these 15 things to find joy. And we're giving up guilt. Seeyanever.
Slay relationship stress
You've seen the studies: The birth of a child is one of the most stressful experiences a couple ever goes through—most new parents report being significant less happy after their baby is born than before, more so than experiencing divorce, unemployment and the death of a parent.
How can something so wonderful be so hard?
Becoming parents is one of the biggest challenges a couple will ever go through—yet until now, there hasn't been a roadmap on how to handle it.
Love it—How to go from happy couple to a joyful family, is a four-week video class we developed to help new parents thrive as a couple. In-law stress: Poof! Be gone.