I'm a pretty high powered woman and mother. So this is a difficult but authentic post for me to write. I value my high intelligence, ambition and creativity over anything else about me.
I run the clinical department of a large agency, I run a business on the side, and I have a coaching practice too.
And I just don't feel pretty.
I'm having a very vain week. I hate my haircut, my skin is breaking out like a teenager, I'm gaining weight for no apparent reason (no, not that reason either) and I just do not feel like a woman at all!
Well-being is one of the 5 key areas I teach women about when we start to look at re-calibrating their lives to support optimal living, post-children. And feeling feminine falls strongly into my well being category and bleeds into everything else - how confident I feel professionally, my romantic relationship, how likely I am to seek out a social life if I'm feeling frumpy.
Can anyone relate?
The great news is, I also have amazing tools in my belt for tackling this issue now that I've had the time to figure out why I feel less-than-powerful.
If any one of your values is being compromised, you've got to tackle it head on or risk bleed out into the rest of your life! (Click to tweet).
This is just the tip of the iceberg of the work we do together.
We excavate. We radically re-prioritize. We revamp the key areas in your life to support you living life as fully as you can imagine, and beyond.
And in the next month, I'll be offering a very exclusive, intensive immersion in completely revamping your life, post-children, to support you as a woman first.
This will not be for everyone. This will be for a committed, driven woman who is willing to prioritize herself for the better of everyone, and who is willing to be part of a movement towards reinventing our experience of motherhood.
If you're interested in learning more, you've got to get on my mailing list. The announcement is coming soon. If you know a driven woman who you think would benefit from this work, send her along too! We can't change the experience of being a woman with children all by our own selves now, can we?