Are you a busy mom who feels scattered, living in survival mode and craving time for yourself?
Do you wear yoga pants daily but can’t remember what downward dog looks like?
At the end of the day you feel burn out, exhausted, and you have no idea how you will do it all over again tomorrow?
If this describes you, I’m here to tell you that you are not alone!
It may seem like you will never be able to feel pretty again, or have a life of your own after becoming a mother, but there is a way!
Hi, I’m Angélica Renée, and I work with moms just like you to bring ease, calm and joy to motherhood, so you can really make the most of this wonderful time in your life.
I see more and more that our culture tends to celebrate all that is hard about motherhood, as if looking frumpy or drinking gallons of coffee should be a way of life once you become a mother.
I tried this, and I was miserable.
There are times when all you’ll be able to manage is the very minimal, and that is ok! But if this becomes your normal, then this is when trouble arises.
For me, I unintentionally started to put my baby’s needs first at all times and ignored my own. And since I was receiving messages that yes, motherhood is hard and there’s no point in changing that shirt with spit up, I just thought there was no other way and I had to go on like this because, well, this is what moms do.
When I came to my senses and realized I had created this life for myself, I knew it was time to make a change.
So I want to share with you all those things that have helped me and other moms take a stand for what we believe our own motherhood journey should look like. To pursue our dreams with kids in tow, and look fabulous doing it. To be caring and compassionate, and recycle. To care for ourselves just as much as we care for our babies.
Sounds impossible? I promise it’s not.
A new chapter in your motherhood journey starts now. Let’s connect!
On the Blog
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I’m a big advocate for self-care. Self-care can come in many shapes and sizes, depending on your personality and what you like to do. But I think the main ingredient of self-care is to do something that nourishes...read more