If you don’t know, I’m a young mother to a beautiful little boy who recently turned one. When my journey began I hadn’t ever thought a child was apart of my plan, especially at the age of 18. But he is a blessing, a light in my life that wasn’t expected. My experience with the divine and sacred motherhood was healing, uplifting, and powers me. It is powerful, and their is no bond, no understanding like the one between child and mother.
But days can be long and hard- sometimes I am faced with emotional blocks and physical fatigue that I’ve never knew could be possible.
5 am: Wake up- my breakfast for husband and his lunch, start coffee, drink water.
5:45 am: Yoga to soft music.
6:20 am: Read clients and/or work on blog posts and/or newsletter
7:30: Make morning smoothie, make son’s breakfast, wake son up.
8:00: Spend time with son, reply to emails and messages as they come in.
11:00: Feed son, put him down for nap time, make myself another meal, drink water, spend time in reflecting. Fit clients in as needed.
12:00-3:00: teach my son, play games, nurture him.
3:20: Greet husband, watch them play and interact, make wholesome dinner. Celebrate and talk about our days together.
4:00 Shower, cleanse myself, take time to reflect again. Through out my day I try to reflect and consider things- afterwards I fit replies and emails in.
7:00: Bedtime. This can sometimes take awhile since we do not believe in CIO. After this I relax, and reconnect with my husband and attend to more business.