Are you ready to play with yourself? Check it out…

Can you believe it’s almost May!!! Is it just me or is time going by so fast? I mean, there’s so much going on right now.  I feel like we are always running, planning, driving, texting, booking, doing.  Unless, I plan in advance, it’s usually pretty difficult to find time to just be without ‘having’ to get something done. How about you?

Do you find yourself so busy you barely have time to breathe? Do you usually place yourself at the bottom of your to-do list? If the answer is YES, you are not alone.  Oprah says most women take care of everyone else first before taking care of themselves.

This is what I’ve been pondering on:  What does it mean to take care of me? How do I create time to play, be and just breathe?

I heard someone say, we usually teach what we need to learn most, so here we go…  Join us for this fun, free and playful event.  FREE Self Care Playdate Challenge.  It starts on Wednesday May 4th for just 7 days.  Watch the video below, then click on link to register.

Say yes and get ready to play with yourself.  Why not? If you don’t receive what you need for you, you got very little left to offer to anybody else.  The more you say YES to yourself, the more you have to give to all.

You might have been told it’s selfish to put yourself first.  I dare you to think again.  Placing yourself on top of your to-do list is the most selfless thing you can do.  But don’t just take my word for it.  Simply say YES! Play! And see if it’s true! (Don’t worry, it can take you as little as 5 minutes per day)

Watch this video now. (it’s less than 2 minutes)

FREE Self Care Playdate Challenge with Veronica Parker
Sign up now for Self Care Playdate Challenge and Play for FREE! https://www.veronicaparker44.com/Self

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