One of my dear, real-life friends, Jessica Turner, wrote a book last year called The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You. I talk about her message often, and for good reason: because it’s life-giving, encouraging, and practical. Don’t we all want to surround ourselves with that kind of support? I know I do. And, when I give myself this kind of support, I (and my family) thrive.
As you know, I’m a mama of three young children, so it’s easy for life to feel as though it’s unraveling before my eyes. Instead of trying to create a new rhythm or plan of survival, it makes more sense for me to reach out and ask for help. What worked for my mom? How do my friends navigate mamahood? What suggestions does Zack have? And while these hectic feelings don’t last for long, they are real, valid feelings, and it’s important I check in with my community and learn from them.
I want to be a great mom, and I want to be a positive example to my kids. So, you can imagine how thrilled I am that Jessica has created a 10-day course geared towards working moms.
Right now, my time is split between caring full-time for our three young children at home, and working outside the home on my writing projects (my blog) and my Rodan + Fields skincare business. It’s very common for my weekly rhythm to dance all over the place, as my time is extended in many directions. I mean, no two days are rarely the same! ;)
But let’s get back to Jessica’s 10-day course! For $39 you’ll receive ten VIDEOS discussing the topics of work, motherhood, and family life, plus over $200+ in BONUS content. Here’s a preview of the videos and topics >>
Also included in Stretched Too Thin is a downloadable 47-page workbook. (I mean, gimme gimme gimme!) Inside the workbook, Jessica expands on each of the videos through daily homework prompts. I’m way too excited about the workbook, but I can’t help it — I LOVE this kind of pen-and-paper stuff!
Take a peek inside >>
One of my recent “my life feels like it’s unraveling” moments was towards the end of summer. Our family of five creates a lot of dirty laundry, and I was struggling with two laundry-related issues: folding and putting it away. Jessica’s problem-solving mindset, which she teaches in her course, encouraged me to put myself in her shoes. How would she resolve my laundry issues? And that’s when I realized I needed to designate a space just for folding our laundry. If I could preserve this space for folding our laundry, it would be so much easier to actually fold it and put it away :) And would you believe my laundry issues haven’t come back? Honest to goodness, they have not!
But with all of the important, necessary things I have going on, it can be hard to see through to the other side. The time I was spending (wasting?) looking for a certain shirt in a basket of clean, unfolded laundry can now be used in a productive way. And I can take this example and mold it to a variety of personal, work, and home-related areas, all of which Jessica teaches in her course.
Now, how about you? Take a second to think about your own life. Do you struggle with preserving time to regularly meet with friends? Would you like to minimize your time spent on errands or household tasks? Do you have any work or personal goals you’d like to meet, like learning a new hobby or to reading more books? I’m sure it won’t take long for you to find a dilema similar to my laundry story ;)
I have great news: today is the perfect day to sign up for Stretched Too Thin. You can follow her course outline at your own pace, or you can navigate the video and workbook lessons in just ten days. Don’t waste another day feeling weary, overwhelmed, or stretched too thin. Do something about it!
Oh, and here’s a preview of the $200+ bonuses included >>
Stretched Too Thin is a great life companion. Once you sign up, you’ll realize it’s like a personal cheerleader you didn’t even realize you were missing. Minus the uncomfortable uniform ;)