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9 Things a SuperMum DOESN’T Do

Welcome to Day 6

(even though I said Day 5. Ooops)

I‘d love you to leave a comment. Just to say ‘Lisa, I’m here’ so I know you’re with me

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  1. Lisa York | SuperMum
    Lisa York | SuperMum says:

    Sleep deprivation is a killer …. and yes, I’ve been there too. I always think you should strip back to basics when you’re in survival mode. Once you get your little one sleeping a bit longer in the mornings you can start to think about other stuff. For now, be kind to yourself and remember nothing lasts forever. Hang in there – I’m cheering you on xxx

  2. Nicole
    Nicole says:

    Hi Lisa,

    I’m really enjoying the series as they are the ‘pep’ talk I really needed. The only problem stopping me from implementing your changes is that I have a 4yo son who routinely wakes up for the day between 4am & 4.30am- every. single. day. occassionally he’ll sleep to 5ish which is rare.

    As a working Mum I’m SO exhausted by it. I’m at my wits end. Have you had to battle that problem?

  3. Jodi Silverman
    Jodi Silverman says:

    Hi Lisa:
    I am enjoying this video series and appreciate the time you took to put it together for all us moms! So, my kids are older, 19 & 22, however, how this resonated with me is that even at this older age, there are pockets of times they both need me. The times for moving in and and out of college used to totally de-rail me. I would fee anxious about not being able to do my work and help my kids at the same time. Until a couple of years ago when I started self-talk and meditation. Both allowed me to give myself permission put some of my personal and biz things on hold during the weeks I knew my kids would need their mom! I now just plan on taking the work break which has allowed me to be completely present for my kids and actually enjoy the hectic, craziness of college moves!

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