Updated: Apr 29
As a mom, you do a lot, and both you and others expect you to maintain the level of doing what you’re doing. When is it time to ask for help with your to-dos?
Do you do things because you’ve always done them instead of asking for help?
Or do you do them because you can do them in such an effective way that it would take more time and energy to explain them and train someone else to do them?
We can all relate to that.
But just because we can do something doesn’t mean we should. That’s this week’s mantra!
This is week 17 of A Second for Yourself—a 52-week mantra video series that encourages moms to take a second for themselves. If you missed earlier mantras, subscribe to my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel to be the first to know about upcoming videos.
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This week's mantra: Just because I can doesn’t mean I should.
Practice It: Ask for Help Doing the Things You Usually Do
What’s something you can ask someone else to do this week (ahem, like folding the laundry)? Tag @JulieGtheYogi on Instagram or add a comment in this YouTube video to let us know how you’ll be asking for help.