Permission to not be perfect

What this episode is about

In this episode I give you a whole lot of permission to let go of the things in your home you think you should have or that you think makes your children's childhood great. 

So many of us make the condition of our home mean something about us. If it's a mess, we think that means WE are a mess. Or we are too distracted, lazy or some other mean thing we say about ourselves. 

Or we think that if we could just make our home look better, then we would feel like we were a “good mom” and that's just not true. 

You can be a good mom AND have messes in your home.

You can have a perfectly clean and staged home, and still struggle to feel connected to your kids. 

The balance of this have a home that is fun to play in, a place where you can relax without feeling guilty, anxious or stressed about it. And so you say you should clean up more, or play with your kids more.

The truth about saying I should…

Is that most of the times it doesn't mean you are doing anything wrong. It means you WANT to do something but you just haven't figured out how to yet. Whether its a lack of skillset (that you can learn), a lack of support (which can be hard to find), or a misaligned season of life for your goals right now. Which is super common in motherhood, some seasons we really can't do certain things and that's okay. 

I just wanted to let you know, that the messes in your home don't mean anything about YOU as a person. 

Helpful Links 


Clear Your Clutter – a free decluttering challenge and checklist

Motherhood Simplified

Thank you so much for being a part of this movement and helping it to grow!

Lots of love, 

Krista

DECLUTTER & A HOME THAT IS PEACEFUL, INSPIRES CREATIVITY AND IS EASY TO CLEAN UP

Even if you have little time, energy or day to day support

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