Hey daring darlings,
I’m passionate about dismantling mom guilt.
That’s why we’re going to tackle it at the Luscious Mother Winter Retreat.
We’ll be putting the past behind us, forgiving ourselves and others, and getting rid of things that no longer serve us.
That way, we can create from a clear space.
Why? Because most of the time, we’re operating on top of a lot of “stuff.”
It’s like throwing a clean tablecloth over a half-eaten dinner: Chicken bones poking up, gravy staining that once white linen, and cold, limp green beans in the way of the meal you would actually like to enjoy.
It’s a mess under your day-to-day routine that seeps into your otherwise clean life.
At the retreat, we’re gonna clean up those dishes, utensils and used napkins, letting go of things no longer serving us to find real joy.
It’s about getting sufficient support for yourself before you’re head-first in the trash.
Because when things are really bad, that’s when we get support, and by then it’s much harder to get out of the dumps. When we’re on the floor crying, we know we need help and will usually get support. When your kids are sick, a pal brings chicken noodle soup. When your romantic relationship is going sideways, break out the girls night with wine.
A press-button-in-case-of-emergency only support system doesn’t work long term because we need consistent support all the time. When you’re getting supported like that, the rebound from hard times is much quicker from the breakdown.
What if we didn’t need an emergency or a breakdown to get support and love?
That’s what the Luscious Mother Winter Retreat is all about: Sharing yourself and being seen, heard and celebrated for your humanity.
To look around at a group of women who love you without even knowing you.
Let’s practice what we preach.
Let’s take care of ourselves the way we tell our kids to.
Tonight, let’s delve deeper into mom guilt, and I can give you more info on the retreat. Our Zoom call is tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Sign up here and patch into the online chat.
Hope to see you there.
Until next time, keep that luscious heart.
With deep love and gratitude,