111: 3 Simple Strategies to Avoid Mom Burnout

Do you feel that you are on the verge of major mom burnout?

If so, you are not alone. All mothers go through stages of exhaustion, discouragement, and overwhelm. But this should not be our everyday norm!

This episode features three simple strategies for building more daily rest and self-care into your mom-life, so you can feel more happiness, fulfillment, and contentment every day:

Three Simple Ways to Avoid Mom Burnout

1) Spend meaningful time with your kids.

2) Spend meaningful time without your kids.

3) Say aloud what you need.

To get all of the concrete ideas that go along with each takeaway, listen to the full episode! And don’t forget to sit down after you’ve listened to make a plan for one action step you can take in each area.

You are meant to thrive, not just survive. We are rooting for you!

Show Notes

Full transcript of the episode here.

-Join us for a live ONLINE “Declutter Your Motherhood” workshop on Tuesday, January 28th! Information and tickets available at 3in30podcast.com/workshops.

-Episode 33: How to Get your Kids to do Quiet Time.

How do you overcome mom burnout? Let me know in a comment below!

7 thoughts on “111: 3 Simple Strategies to Avoid Mom Burnout”

  1. In this episode, Rachel comments that these takeaways are not revolutionary. I have to say, they ARE absolutely revolutionary!! The idea of spending meaningful time with your children as a way to combat burn-out is a concept I have been sensing is a huge void in modern motherhood. I have never quite had the language to describe it as Rachel does here, and I am so glad she shared it in such a clear and powerful way. This is a game-changer. It DOES seem counterintuitive at first, but I have seen this principle make a vast difference in my life. These are principles that will truly have a lifetime of a ripple effect if taken to heart. Thank you Rachel!

    1. Rachel Nielson

      Oh wow, thank you so much. To be told that anything I put out in the world is “revolutionary” is such a compliment. Thank you thank you.

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