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Prioritising Me

4 Modules 7 Lessons Easy

About this course

In her series, Prioritising Me, Michelle talks about the importance of you carving out time for yourself.

We know that this can be really hard for mums, so Michelle also talks about why this is the case by exploring mum guilt and the notion that mums believe that self-care is selfish and that everyone else needs to be taken care of first.

You can either watch all the videos in one go, or watch one at a time, complete the actions set out, think about the points mentioned and then come back to watch the next one.

Each video is going to build on the next video and each lesson has a set of tasks to complete. Print off the workbooks for each lesson and take your time to complete each one.

Course Structure

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2 Lessons

Prioritising myself and mum guilt

In this module, we'll be focusing on what “prioritising myself” can look like as a mum, with our busier than ever lives, and how this can mean different things to all of us. Mum guilt and our mindset plays a huge role here.

What prioritising myself looks like and the concept of mum guilt

In this video, I’m going to be talking about:

Focusing on what “prioritising myself” can look like as a mum, with our busier than ever lives, and how this can mean different things to all of us. Mum guilt and our mindset plays a huge role here.

In Action

I invite you to put into practice what I talked about in this video, by printing off the worksheets and answering the questions on them.

Try to do this when you have at least 10-15 minutes to yourself so you can really have the time you need to go through each question.

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Filling up my own cup

We’ll look at how and why this idea of "filling up your own cup" is essential and how this helps us give from a place of want and worth as a mother. We'll also be exploring the concept of making this a PRACTICE and the importance of boundaries around this.

Why filling up my own cup is essential

How can filling up your own cup help in preventing burn out?

Filling up your own cup can empower you to put practices for self care and self love into place on a daily basis, if not every other day.

In Action

Time to put into practice what Michelle talked about in this video, by printing off the worksheets and answering the questions on them.

Try to do this when you have at least 10-15 minutes to yourself so you can really have the time you need to go through each question.

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2 Lessons

Tools on how to make this a practice in daily life

And finally some tips and tools on how to create this time and what you can do to turn inward, using this precious time to the best of your advantage so you can show up in your life for your kids, your partner if you have one, and most importantly, yourself! This includes making conscious choices that work for YOU.

Tools and strategies to prioritise yourself

If you’re someone who struggles with self-care, start small.

Think about all the things you busy yourself with in the day, and think about where your energy goes in your 24 hours. Look at the ‘why’ behind what you’re doing/busying yourself with.

In Action

Time to put into practice what Michelle talked about in this video, by printing off the worksheets and answering the questions on them.

Try to do this when you have at least 10-15 minutes to yourself so you can really have the time you need to go through each question.

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1 Lesson

Live Q&A

Michelle wraps up her series in this live Q&A taking questions from members of our community about all things to do with self care as mums.

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