Does this sound familiar:

Mom, why can’t you play with me? Do you have to go to work AGAIN?

Or this:

Just one more minute. I just need to finish this one thing (said, peering at your phone while you try to finish a blog post or get a last minute email out to a client.)

Or this:

Someday I’m going to get a massage. Or take a shower.

How do you build a thriving business AND have time for your kids. And (gasp) have time for yourself even?

Step one: Banish mommy guilt (or at least get it under control).

Have you fallen into any of these mommy guilt traps?

  • What I do for myself is selfish and takes away from my family.
  • I’m not doing this right, everyone else has it figured out.
  • If I were just more productive/organized/rested I’d have time to do everything I need to do.

Check out the video for strategies to keep you from falling for these myths, so that you, your business and your family can thrive.

You can’t do it all, all the time, but you can forget the “shoulds” and “supposed tos” and figure out what works for you and your family instead.

What’s your biggest mommy guilt pitfall? What’s worked for you to get out of mommy guilt traps? How’s your plan? Let’s talk.

Join me for Facebook LIVE office hours in the Mama CEO Club on Monday (9am pt).

One thing you can do TODAY to banish mommy guilt:

Download your Mama CEO planning sheet—schedules for your business, your family, and yourself all in one place, because a plan is one of your best friends when it comes to keeping mommy guilt in check.

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