It’s so important to build in rest and recovery to get the results you want. Here are five ways to do this even when you feel so busy.
For every fabulous quality you possess, there is a shadow part of you that rarely gets any airtime. There’s a cost to this pattern.
ThriveMomma created a self-care planner to help you build time into your week or month to focus on taking care of you. She shares it here with us.
Here’s a fun guide with four ways to help you discover your unique strengths. Ready, set, go!
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Allow yourself to unwind from the chaos of the holidays and use the slower pace to imagine where you will be a year from now.
As your coach, I’m your confidante, visionary, cheerleader, and mentor — and I love working with moms in all stages of life.
Life and career coach Johanna Beyer discusses how cultivating your inner aliveness is as important as eating right and taking care of your body.
Struggling to find some “me” time? Build a virtual mom cave.
The author’s mom took a long break to be with children, then went back to work and ultimately taught her daughter a lot.
When it comes to our careers, why is there no time value placed on being with our children?
Freelance writer and Maybrooks Ambassador Adrienne Robillard reflects on leaving the 9-5, and what she wished she had known.
How re-discovering the “old you” will help the “new you” feel more in control, in charge and replenished with energy to continue with whatever the day brings you.
SAHM mom of two asks how to kickstart her career. Coach Johanna Beyer has three steps.
Tech marketing professional Kendall works with Maybrooks and dreams of a job with NPR
Taking a break offers a chance to see what new gifts and talents want to come out and express themselves
5 tips from career coach Jennifer Bevan on what to do while “leaning out” so you’re marketable when ready to head back to work