Particularly as an overstretched mother in a time of major life transitions, I know it has been my habit to treat self-care as one more item on the big plate of my responsibilities and obligations--an optional piece that is often neglected. Meeting Lisa and sharing her wisdom with other fabulous women experiencing similar life patterns and professional longings was balm for my soul and, hopefully, a kickstart to actually using some of the incredible, simple tools Lisa shares. One key insight she impressed upon us was to approach self-care as a lens through which to view your life. No matter what else is added or taken away from your plate of responsibilities, the self-care lens remains in place.
Starting tomorrow, Lisa is running a (free!) seven-day Gratitude Cleanse. Simply commit to 10 minutes each day to refocus that lens of self-care. You can sign up by clicking through the link, and Lisa will send the daily meditations right to your email inbox.
*I definitely love the feel of a book in my hand, a book I can return to time and again, so I keep a copy of Replenish on my nightstand. A little secret is I also have it in my car: Lisa read her book in a podcast format. In this way, she offers her entire book as a free audiobook! (Didn't I mention how awesome she is?)