Top 4 Must-Reads To Inspire All Mamas


Get a hold of these life coaching must-reads, that will inspire you to become the best version of yourself! From balancing work and family life, meditating and managing everyday stress. We’ve got you covered!

“Only Love Today” by Rachel Macy Stafford
Only Love Today is the inspirational read from the best-selling author of Hands-Free Mama, Rachel Macy Stafford. She writes about the emotions that no one dares to speak about in daylight but secretly hunts them at night, leaving them anxious and restless. Her words are hopeful, challenging and inspirational.
No matter what season we are in, and what we might be experiencing, we always need guidance to brighten up our day. This book is a powerful yet sweet reminder to live by what really matters.

“I Know How She Does It” by Laura Vanderkam
Laura Vanderkam is an author, blogger, and speaker about money, productivity and time management.  Her latest book I Know How She Does It is based on the study of the hectic, yet the meaningful day of around 1000 successful women in different industries. Why do we love this book? Because it’s proof that we can do it all and have it all while enjoying every second.
Having a challenging career? A happy marriage? Quality time with the kids?  A social life, a hobby, and a decent night’s sleep? Yes. Cheers to that! Laura Vanderkam teaches women how to juggle it all, one hour at a time.

“Breathe Mama, Breathe” by Shonda Moralis 
Shonda Moralis is a mindfulness mentor, speaker, psychotherapist, and author. In her award-winning first book Breathe, Mama, Breathe, she teaches busy women to be in the moment, to reset and re-focus with 60 small mindful practices.
Here’s our favorite sneak peek from her book “Give yourself a mindful-mommy high five—because moms can use positive reinforcement, too”

“How To Stop Worrying And Start Living” by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie is an American author and a famous lecturer on public speaking, self-improvement and interpersonal skills
Why we think that his book, published back in 1948 is still relevant? Because for mothers worrying is the new normal. Although some are better at hiding it than others, there is so denying that we do worry about the little things and about the unknown. This book helps us acknowledge what level of worry is healthy and what level is troublesome. It teaches technics to overcome that self-disruptive feeling and enables us to enjoy every aspect of our daily life.


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