Body4Glow Academy

You are a soul that has a body

You only have enough lifetime to do what is important in your life, to fulfill your mission.

Aurora Guzbeth

I am dedicated to assist business moms to manage their time and keep their stress levels low, so that they have the best quality of life they deserve and also have a thriving business that gives them the life they deserve.

I never had a “Me-Time” before, let alone a whole day for myself.
I never thought I would do it. I never thought I could take a whole day off just for myself.

But I had no choice.

I was running on empty, close to having a breakdown, or end up in burn-out.

For the past seven months, I had been juggling between my toddler, my husband, my business and my father who had Alzheimer’s and moved in with us after my mother passed away.

I was always on alert, always worried, always exhausted. I felt like I was about to collapse.

On that Friday in January, right before sunset, somewhere between 4 or 5 in the afternoon I told my husband: “from now on, until tomorrow at sunset, you are in charge, do not disturb me”.

I went straight to the bedroom, my only thought was, to go to sleep.
I still remember that sensation of ease, of comfort as I cuddled up in the warm blanket, I trusted that everything will be taken care of and I slept, without being afraid that my father would run away, without thinking of the needs of my child, my husband.

I slept for 24 hours straight!

When I woke up, I felt refreshed and rejuvenated. But that was not the only surprise.
My husband told me that while I was asleep, my father was calm and happy. He did not wander off or cause any trouble. He even smiled and spent time with my husband and my child.
It was unbelievable. It was like he sensed that I was relaxing and he relaxed too.
That day changed everything for me. I realized that by giving myself a “Me-Day”, I also gave my father a gift. He felt my energy shift and he responded with love.

I decided to make it a habit to have a “Me-Day” every week.

I learned that I do not have to be a hero and always be available. Being absent not only I recharge my batteries and take care of myself, but I also allow others to step up to the plate and do amazing things.

I learned how to prioritize myself and my needs. I learned how to plan ahead and delegate tasks. And I learned how to prosper in all areas of my life.

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