We made it to Friday!! The end of the week. And for some that means relaxing, catching up on Netflix and spending time with family.
But for others, you’re still feeling burnt out even with the break.
You’re still feeling tired even though it’s the weekend.
There’s a lot of work to be done and you’re feeling extremely overwhelmed with trying to create content, trying to show up online, trying to figure out your business’s next steps while balancing school, a full-time job and being a busy mom.
It’s like the work never ever ends.
The one thing I’ve noticed, in seasons where I’m feeling extremely tired and burnt out, I realize why it’s important to focus on doing things that I truly love
Doing things that make me feel less stressed. And not just for one or two days. No, but making the time for these moments of self-care on an ongoing basis.
Because if I crumble, but my team can hold me up for a little bit, everything starts with the head.
If I crumble, long-term wise, my business will crumble as well.
I am not the best coach if I am tired, or I’m hungry, or the waves of life or crashing into my business.
I won’t be able to show up consistently. I won’t be able to run my business at the next level if I’m not making sure I’m carving out the time to make myself a priority.
So if you’re feeling burnt out, I want you to know that you don’t have to feel this way anymore.
Do not wait until you are at rock bottom.
That is irresponsible.
Do not ignore the signs of feeling tired and burnt out and continuing to operate as business as normal when you know that there are important things going on that you need to address first.
If that means you need to reschedule some client calls, do it.
If that means that you need to take a break from social media, do it.
If that means that you shut your business down for 1 to 2 weeks, do it.
->You can be totally at peace with yourself, your schedule, and not feel overwhelmed by first taking a step back and making sure that you are OK.
Remember that you are in control.