A Design For my Mama
I'm launching a new design this week, dedicated to my mama. When my brother and I were toddlers, she'd place us in a cozy bike trailer and tote us around the neighborhood behind her bicycle. This design of a mama robin and her precious cargo is for all the mothers who find creative ways to stay active and keep their sanity during motherhood.
I don't have children, but I can relate. As women, it's important for us to remember that no matter how many responsibilities and obligations we have, caring for ourselves is chief among them. It can be as simple remembering to eat breakfast, or making time for a loop around the neighborhood on your bicycle.
As women, it's important for us to remember that no matter how many responsibilities we have, caring for ourselves is chief among them.
When it comes to self care, prioritizing your own needs for as little as ten minutes a day is powerful. As success coach Tony Robbins says, "If you don't have ten minutes, you don't have a life." In my opinion, setting aside time for yourself is more important than what you actually do during that time. It's the gesture that counts. You're sending your body and brain these messages: I'm important. I deserve to have my needs met. I'm worthy.
Thank you to all the mamas out there. It's an honor to celebrate you. May your nests be cozy and your children be grateful! And may there always be time for a quick ride on your freedom machine.
May there always be time for a quick ride on your freedom machine.