Can I get a “hell yeah” if your daily hustle has you stretched thinner than flat tummy laxative tea? Juggling the never-ending demands of work and family can make true “me time” feel like an unattainable luxury.

But here's the hard truth: Constantly putting your well-being on the back burner is a one-way ticket to your own personal burnout city. And trust me, you don't want those stamps in your passport!

I get it. Self-care can easily fall to the bottom of the priority list when you're being pulled in a million directions. But making space to rejuvenate your cup is the key to showing up as your best self in business, as a parent, and in all areas of life.

Because here's what happens when you don't: Anxiety, stress, and exhaustion on an endless loop. Feeling detached and resentful towards your biggest priorities, and making impulsive decisions you later regret – not exactly a recipe for thriving. 

I know because I've been there, running on fumes until my tank was totally drained. But once I finally prioritized my own needs through 3 game-changing self-care habits – which I'll be sharing with you in this episode – everything shifted!

Listen to the full episode below or on iTunes or Spotify!

Listen out for: 

  • Embracing Unstructured Time [3:33]
  • The Power of Saying No [8:22]
  • Prioritizing Fun, Self-Rejuvenating Activities [11:30]


“If you don't have any unstructured time in your day, you're not giving yourself the ability to process any of the thoughts or emotions that you have coming up. And then, eventually, it's going to get to nighttime, or it's going to bubble inside of you for so long that you're thinking, ‘Oh my gosh, I'm going explode.'” [4:12]

“Say ‘no' more, and yes, it will suck in the beginning because you're going to feel like you are letting people down. But guess what? Every time you say ‘yes' to somebody else, especially when you're stretching yourself too thin, you're saying ‘no' to you, your health, your mindset, your family, and you're setting that example for the people who are watching you that it is okay to put yourself last – and you and I know that is not okay.” [10:50]

“I've been practicing [prioritizing fun time] more, getting with my girls, going on my girl's trips – I do that maybe three to four times a year. And guess what? Every time I get back, I miss my family more and more, and I'm excited to come back because my cup has been filled.” [12:37]


[Insert link to Brendon Burchard’s ‘Growth Day’]


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