Updated: Apr 29
Start your week on a motivational note with this mantra for everyday moms, and watch the #shorts video on the Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube channel.
Is there something you’ve always wanted to share with the world but haven’t yet said because of fear of what others might think?
Whatever it is, someone somewhere out there needs to hear it. Trust this. Trust that what you have to say can help someone else.
Before I wrote my first book, I knew I had to share my experiences of being a new mom in a high-speed world full of distractions and to-do's. How can anyone find a slice of peace in all of this busyness and chaos? It was just too wild not to share how much pressure is placed on working moms and how much pressures we place on ourselves.
Once I wrote about my experiences, it was cathartic, liberating.
Start by writing what you have to say in a journal. Then tell someone about it. Then tell more people. The more you say, the bigger it becomes. And your message becomes even more powerful. Word of mouth is powerful.
This is week 2 of A Second for Yourself—a new series of video #shorts on my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel that includes weekly mantras for everyday moms. This year, you’ll get 52 weeks of relatable, powerful, motivational mantras for Millennial working moms. These mantras are little seeds of affirmations that represent things we all think about and experiences we all share, to carry us through each week of the year. Get 25% off my self-care books when you sign up for my free monthly self-care newsletter Nourish Note.
This week's mantra: I have something to say.
Practice It: Empower Others to Say What They Need to Say, Too
Do you know someone else who has something to say? Encourage them to share it by telling them your story. Tag @JulieGtheYogi on Instagram to share your message in your post so we can all share what we need to.