004: The Definitive Guide to Loving Yourself

It’s not selfish to love yourself, to take care of yourself and to make your happiness your priority. It’s necessary

[Mandy Hale]

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You tell yourself,

I can’t cope with anything else.

I’m not capable.

It always goes wrong.

That pesky voice in your head. There’s always something negative to say, always a reason to keep you down, always telling you not to bother because you’ll probably fail.

But what if you could zap that inner critic with a hefty dose of self love and replace it with an inner cheerleader?

Because you are worthy.

You can cope.

And you’re an amazing mum.

Start to believe it and you’ll start to see it SuperMum.

In this week’s episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about the benefits of loving ourselves unconditionally. Because until we can, how can we expect love in return?

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Today I threw out a challenge to find a 30 minute window in your day to do something just for yourself. Tell me what you did in the comments.

Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

APP: Mindfulness Daily App

WEBSITE: The 5 Love Languages with Gary Chapman

BOOK: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up:  The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo

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Lisa York

Lisa believes a happy mum brings up happy kids who become happy adults. With four children aged 7, 6, 4 and 2, being kind to herself is an ongoing challenge. But she’s trying.

Lisa lives with her family in Canberra, Australia.

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

    I hope you enjoyed my conversation with Business Coach and Let’s Conquer Motherhood member Jessica Fearnley as much as I did. What did you think about what Jessica had to say about life with a baby? What was it like for you? Can you relate? I’d love to know. Lisa x

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