15 Ways to be Kind to Yourself from The Robyn Nest
There are only so many hours in a day and it’s non-negotiable that I spend nine of them in an office and two of them driving to and from the office. You know that sleep-deprived mother with the unintentionally hairy legs and ashy knees who hasn’t done a push-up in years? I don’t like being that woman but I know her well. What follows are 15 little acts of kindness we can give ourselves each day to ensure that we don’t slip through the cracks of mommy neglect.
ABOUT ROBYN: I believe that the needs of a marriage should come before those of the children, but I’ve failed to live up to my beliefs. I did not know who I was before becoming a mother. My kids wear cloth diapers and eat organic food, for the most part. The chemical-free mattresses they sleep on were more than our mortgage payment. I’m a big believer in eating local, grass-fed happy animals. I like to buy our produce from a farm, preferably one right up the road. I don’t drink the water here. I’m worried about the world’s honeybees. I believe that homemade chicken bone broth, a shot of apple cider vinegar, and an Epsom salt bath can cure what’s ailing you. I believe in coconut oil and I believe in elderberry syrup. I believe in a higher power. I believe in writing it all down because you will never remember it later.
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