Episode 212: Getting Back on Track When You Feel Unbalanced

Episode 212: Getting Back on Track When You Feel Unbalanced

Last week we talked about recovering from burn out and how to fill up your bucket.  If you didn’t listen to that episode, I hope you go back and listen because it is tied to this week’s show.  If you did listen, you might remember at the begining of the show I said that if you are feeling out of balance, guilt is creeping in, and overwhelm and stress is starting to take over, there are likely two reasons why.

  1. You are out of balance in an area of your life
  2. Or your bucket is empty.

Since we covered the second reason last week, I thought it would be good to cover the first reason this week.  I mean why only cover half of what you need?

Here’s the thing, sometimes we get to the place of the crazies because life is crazy and something comes along and takes us out of the game.  It could be getting sick, hurt, or something happening to a loved one, an unexpected change in your job or relationship with someone. But sometimes it’s because we are living in an unbalanced way.

Both can be really hard on us, but if it’s the unbalanced stuff?  That can be easier to come back from.  

Let’s first talk about balance.  I know, so many people say that it’s not possible but I say it is…you just have to define it for yourself.

Here is what works for me.  Balance is not a place to arrive to.  It’s not an accomplishment. It is a verb.  It’s an action that we choose to take each day in our lives to be the best version of ourselves in all that God has called us to be.  

I can get out of balance when I choose not to do what is necessary to be the best version of myself.  Sometimes it’s because I get lazy, or I get excited about a work project or something else that causes me to neglect the other things I know I should be doing.  And you know what? It’s ok. As long as you can bring yourself back.

Think of it as if you were balancinging on a curb.  If you lean one way, you are ok as long as you lean back the other way.  If you don’t, you fall. If you fall, you are no longer balancing.

So how do you know when life is getting a bit unbalanced?  Let me tell you a secret. Your calendar won’t cue you into this.  Balance has nothing to do with your time and where it is spent. I can feel balance in my finances by only spending 3 hours a month in that area of my life.  

You will know you are out of balance by the little things that stress you out.  The undone things in your life. The feelings of guilt.

Yep, feelings of guilt can be healthy.  I know as a mom we are told to avoid mom guilt.  No one likes to feel unpleasant feelings. But they are there for a reason.  Listen to them and take action. These feelings of guilt can get unhealthy when we push them down and put our head in the sand.  But if we ask ourselves, why we are feeling that way and make a plan to course correct, then gult can be a powerful tool to help you stay on  the intentional track that you want to be on.

So, if you have been experiencing any of these things, the steps I have for you to reclaim balance for yourself will help.

  • Feeling guility about things you are not doing
  • Super stressed about money, or things that need to be done at home
  • Gaining weight
  • Feeling out of touch with your husband, or other relationship
  • Felling disconnected with God

Any of these ringing true for you?

Now before we get into what to do about it.  I want to first say, that there is no shame. No one is every going to feel 100% balanced and good with every area of life all the time.  If you can realate to the feelings above all it means is that you are normal. You are not doing anything wrong. It is just life this side of heaven.  In fact, if you are feeling any of these things….count it as a blessing. Thank God that he has put a warning system inside us called emotions. They help us from driving completely off the rails.  

Ok, enough with that.  Let’s get into what to do about it.

Simply put, lean into it.  If you feel like you are not being a good mom, ask yourself….what does me look like as a good mom?  Notice the question is what does it look like when you are a good mom….not what your neighbor or the other girl in your kids class’s mom is doing that you are not.  We are all different. We do things different. Let’s not compare ourselves to eachother, let’s just get to know ourselves. What does it look like when you are your best at being a mom?  What does it look like when you need to step up your game?

When you define what better would be in any area that you feel is lacking….do it.

Not sure what area is lacking but you just know you are feeling out of wack?  Pull out your journal…let’s go through each area of life. Faith, marriage, parenting, career, home, health, finances, friendships/fun.

Journal out what the best version of you does in each of these areas.  This is what the Life Balance course is all about. Helping you identify these things and more importantly, make a plan to get there.

But here is the thing.  You have to make the effort to do it.  Otherwise you are not listening to the warning signs and trust me.  I have been there and you don’t want to see where that leads. It’s not pretty.

If you are finding yourself needed to recalibrate your balance, now is great time to do it.  The holidays are fast appraoching and can magnify anything that is not getting the attention that it needs in your life.  So take the 15 minutes or so and go through this exercise now and start making a plan to bring things back into balance now. 

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Episode 211:  How To Fill Your Bucket When Your Burnt Out

Episode 211: How To Fill Your Bucket When Your Burnt Out

If you are new to the show, I’m Jenny a fellow working mom and founder of Your Life Rocks an online resource for working Christian moms.  I hope you download the app, subscribe to this podcast because Your Life Rocks is all in for you. Both on the podcast and in the resources in the app you will find tip and inspiration to live your best life as a working mom all the while keeping your faith at the center of it all.

Today’s podcast is a bit personal for me, but I wanted to share this with all of you because what I am going through right now, I know so many of you might be as well or at least will be dealing with because I hear from you all the time when you do feel this way.  I see it in other facebook groups and hear it from my friends as well. And this isn’t my first time dealing with it. I’m talking about burnout, exhaustion, and working with an empty bucket and feeling out of balance.

Action Items and Tips From the Show

When we feel out of balance, crazy, overwhelming it can be two things.

  1.  An area of your life has been neglected and you need to shift your attention to create more balance.  
  2. You have been neglected.  Meaning that your bucket is empty.

I don’t usually talk a lot about taking care of ourselves because I think it is a slippery slope.  It can very quickly become self consuming, and even self worshiping if we are not careful. Right now the world is very much about looking out for you first, putting yourself first, ect.  

As Christians, we know that when we put anything ahead of God, it is idolitry.  This includes our fleshly needs.  

But with all of that said, I do think we need to talk about taking care of ourselves.  When we are giving our all at work, at home, in our communities, to our friends and extended families….we can be left empty if we don’t have anything that fills us back up.

So that’s what we are talking about today.  Balanced self care, how to fit it into your already full schedule and how to get yourself full so you can continue to serve in all the roles that God has called you to.  How to fill your bucket back up so you can continue to give.

Let me first say, this is something that I think we can all relate to.  The feeling of Losing ourselves, feeling empty, exhausted, is something that we have all experienced.  But I wanted especially to talk about this topic right now for two reasons.

  1.  We are going into a busy season with the end of the year activities both at work and at home.  This time of year we all are giving a lot of our selves. So let’s be proactive with our selves so we don’t get to Christmas and feel numb and tired.
  2. I always say that I am right in this working mom struggle and blessings right with you and right now, this is the message that I needed to give because it’s the message I need to hear.  The activites that we are going to walk through are things that I need to do for me.

If you listened last week or are in our Facebook community, you heard me share a little bit about what my family has been going through the last few weeks.  My youngest son, he is 10, has Cystic Fibrosis. He has been fighting a sickness since the first part of September and his lung function has been declining the last year and half with a serious drop after getting sick.  We tried treatments at home with the guidance of his medical team, and they failed. So, we were admitted into the hospital for a 10 day stay and then we did another 4 days of at IV treatments. After all that, he is still not where he needs to be with his health.  But at this point, he has been on antibotics for a very long time and it’s taking it’s toll on his digestive track. So we need to give it a rest for 4 weeks and then start the whole thing all over again.

This whole thing has been hard to deal with along side work, taking care of my other son, and everything else.  Luckily, I have a community of family and friends that are supporting us and praying for us. All that said, it has been emotionally and mentally exhausting and sleeping on the little bench bed in his hospital room wore me out physically as well.

I had other plans for topics for this week’s podcast but I have to tell you, I was too empty to record it.  For the first time in almost 4 years of this podcast, I was at a loss for words to speak.  

Literally, I knew I was at a breaking point when my husband was going to bring me home chips and guac from Chipotle and they were out of guac and I cried.  Yes, I cried because there was no guac. Really I cried because I was tired of the resistance. Everything feels heavier and everything that is a resistance seems bigger when we are exhausted.

If you have cried over something silly, know that it’s not silly.  You are having an emotional response to something bigger than whatever is right in front of you and it’s a sign that you need to fill your bucket.

One thing I noticed over the last couple of weeks is that no one else can fill my bucket for me.  At first I had the thought, “I am taking care of everyone elses needs, who is going to take care of mine?”

Truth is, I had friends and family asking what they could do and offering help.  But it wasn’t what I needed.  

If you find yourself here, empty, tired, depleated….here is what I found to be helpful to me.

  1.  Feel all the feelings and be honest with myself about them.  This was hard for me. I wanted to be brave, strong, resourceful and still do all  the things. To do that, I needed to move the feelings deep deep down so I could function.  But they were still there and trying really hard to come out. And they did. Crying over guacamole.  You can do all the other things we are going to talk about but if you don’t acconoledge your emotions and let them run  their course, they will push themselves to the surface.  I’ll also add that while I was feeling the feelings and allowing myself to experience them, I needed to feel these feelings with God.  When I tried to process them without God, it turned into a pitty party way to fast. But with God, I found comfort and permission to work through the emotions.
  2. Take care of your physical body.  Sleep, rest, go easy on yourself. Think about how you take care of a toddler.  I am not saying you are a toddler, but if you think about how you take care of a toddler, you keep them with a consistant bedtime, give them a nap when they need it, make sure they bath and get dressed, eat healthy, do something creative, and take them to a place where they can run and play and get their energy out.  This helps them sleep well. As adults, we are not that different than toddlers other than we don’t have an adult supervising us to make sure that all these things happen. When we find ourself depleated, we need to start taking care of ourselves with the most basic of these needs. It’s easy to eat what is convienet or eat out of stress.  Fight the urge. Make healthy choices and limit sugar, and take your vitamins.
  3. Test and try things that will fill your bucket.  When you find something, double down. It might be alone time, it might be time with special people, working out, reading, going on a walk, doing something creative, or something else entirely.  I am a total intavert. I thought I needed alone time, but when I scheduled a few hours of it and did it, it didn’t help. So, I tried something different. I went on a date night with my husband and reconnected with him.  I also deep cleaned my house….I know it sounds crazy but I think the combination of the physical activity with getting stuff done that felt productive really helped me fill my bucket.
  4.  Lastly, was the thing that I wanted to do the least but probably helped the most.  I listened to other people. I didn’t do anything for them and I didn’t talk about me.  I simply listened. Everyone is going through their own stuff and when we start to see that, it can change our prerspective and take us out of the pit we might find ourselves in.  This is one of the big reasons that when we talk about the 3 pillars of balance community is one of them. If you hav not heard me talk abou tthis before, the 3 pillars are 1. Putting God first in your life and everything goes through the filter of Jesus.  2. Building a community and 3. Setting up systems and habits that promote your definition of balance.

Community is huge.  Hearing my husband talk about his thoughts and emotions around our son being sick, what he was facing with work was huge.  So was talking with an employee that needed advice and mentorship with a situation and talking to my best friend about stuff that was going on in her family.  Again, it wasn’t me doing anything….I was too empty to do. It was just me listening to them to take my focus off of me.

Actually, I have one more thing.  (this is number 5) Going through this and slowly filling my bucket, it has me thinking of the things that I need to adjust going forward.  I almost said change, but that feels like too much work. But there are adjustments that I need to make to my SOPs and habits to keep my bucket full so I won’t end up so very empty again.  It’s hard to come back from empty. It takes time and grace. For our life balance members, I will be diving into monthly and Weekly SoPs for filling up our buckets on the exclusive member podcast.

I hope these 5 things help give you some direction if you find your bucket getting empty or like me, found the bottom of the bucket.  Tho it is not fun to experience, it has brought me to a deeper understanding of the grace offered by the spirit of God. His presence in this situration was felt even if it was not seen.  Whatever you are facing he is there with you. And I love hearing the stories of what God is doing in people’s lives. It’s powerful to spread the glory of God, to give hope, and to reflect on the things that matter most.  That’s why I am putting together a series of these stories of what Jesus has done or is doing in our lives. The series will air through the holidays so we can stay focused on the reason of the season. If you have a great testimony that you would like to share, visit Yourliferocks.com/walkingwithJesus or send me an email at Jenny@yourliferocks.com

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Episode 192:  Are There Benefits in Fad Diets with Autumn Beam

Episode 192: Are There Benefits in Fad Diets with Autumn Beam

There is so much conflicting information in the world when it comes to health, wellness, and weight loss.  I thought it was time to clear some of the fog on this topic and have a conversation with my friend and founder of Hope Wellness a national clinical nutrition and functional wellness company based in Los Angeles, Autumn Beam.

About Our Guest

Autumn Beam is the founder of Hope Wellness, a national clinical nutrition and functional wellness company based in Los Angeles, CA. After her own personal battle spanning two decades with the western healthcare system, Autumn made it her mission to find answers for herself and for others in the same situation. In this journey, she discovered functional medicine, which investigates the root cause of chronic illnesses, metabolic imbalances and nutritional deficiencies to get the client back to an optimal state of wellness in the most natural way possible. She is finishing up her Graduate degree in Human Nutrition with an emphasis in Functional Medicine and her certification in Applied Clinical Nutrition from the Southern California University of Health Sciences.

Passionate about sharing her story and her message, she is an engaging speaker who has been featured as a special guest on many nationally broadcast shows.

Action Items and Tips From the Show

Know that just because someone else had great results from Keto, Whole 30, Paleo, or whatever other diet plans, that doesn’t mean that it is right for everyone.  Things that make results differ for each person:

  • Personal Metabolism
  • Personal Health History
  • Gut Flora
  • Food Sensitivities
  • Genetic Factors
  • And other things that make you, you

What’s beneficial for most people looking for results, reducing these in your diet:

  • Refined Carbohydrates
  • Inflammatory Foods (Gluten, Dairy, Sugar)
  • Eating Out
  • Sugar Substitutes

Personalized help and monitoring can help you get the best results for overall wellness and speed up your own journey to health.

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Listen to Autumn talking about nutrition and Stress in Episode 155

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Name: Autumn Beam
Occupation: Clinical Nutritionist
Email: Autumn@hopewellnessla.com
Website: www.hopewellnessla.com
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Episode 191: Making it Your Best Summer

Episode 191: Making it Your Best Summer

If you missed last week, we talked about how to create the most awesome summer for your family but today we are talking all about you!  How are you going to make this summer your best summer yet?  I have you covered!  In this episode, I’m giving you some tips and tricks to help you really focus in on your self-care in ways that don’t feel selfish, take a lot of time or money.  This one is for you!

Action Items and Tips From the Show

  • Do your planning-planning is self-care
  • Refresh your morning routine
  • Plan your spiritual walk 
    • Check out the article in May’s Lifestyle Guide in the app for ideas
    • Get a new Devotional
    • Find a new Worship playlist
    • Take Prayer Walks
  • Take care of your health-Make yourself a priority 
    • Looking to lose some weight or just get your eating dialed in?  Try the program I swear by!  It’s called lean.  Get started by going to yourliferocks.com/lean
    • When you join Life Balance Membership in the month of June, you’ll get immediate access to my training and workbook to help you make meal planning simple!  Get started by going to LifeBalanceMembership.com or upgrade right inside your app.
  • What have you always wanted to do?
    • Swim?  Hike? Lake vacation?  Do it!
  • Plan fun things with friends
    • Summer events/concerts
    • Outside dining
    • Invite them over for a patio party

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Episode 178: 5 Keys to Real Weight Loss

Episode 178: 5 Keys to Real Weight Loss

Weight loss can be tough but especially for working moms. Tough, not impossible. In this episode, I am sharing 5 strategies that I have found to be key to my weight loss journey and really these are applicable to any big lifestyle goals that you have for your life.

Over the course of my adult life, I have been on the weight loss roller coaster. This last year, my health focus was on stress management and getting good sleep. Not watching my weight. It caused me to gain 30 lbs and that was effecting me so bad that I needed to make it a priority. I tried so many different programs and products over the years. Some worked and many didn’t. Then I heard someone say “What you do to lose the weight, you better be prepared to do to keep it off.” That made sense to me…..if it brought results. That someone was Amanda Nighbert and she is the creator of the Lean program. I decided to give her program a try because I was done with fad diets and ready to really learn how to fuel my body with whole food nutrition and lose the weight in a way that is sustainable. Guess what? It worked!

The Lean program takes place over 7 weeks and focuses on intermittent fasting, carb cycling, and behavior changes. I loved my results so much from the first 7 weeks, I have started a second round and have partnered with Amanda to tell others about her program. Just to be clear, when I say that I have partnered with her, it means that if anyone decides to give the program a try on my recommendation, then I get a kickback. That isn’t the reason that I am sharing this with you.

A few weeks back we were talking about health goals in our Facebook group. The vast majority of you told me that your number one health goal was weight loss. If I found something that works for me in this area even when I am working late, traveling, and taking care of everything there is to do I can still stick to this program and see results toward my weight loss goals.

Action Items and Tips From the Show

So, here are the 5 strategies I have learned doing this program.  Whether you do the program or not, I think these will really help you.

  1. Know your triggers for making not great choices.  You might have more than one. As you are discovering them, don’t feel like you need to fix them all.  The first step is being aware of what the triggers are, then why they are the triggers. I am not normally a big fan of looking behind into the why we do the things we do.  But in this case, I have found it really helpful for seeing the situation for what it is.

  2. Give yourself limits.  If you listened to last week, then you know what I’m talking about, and I totally used it for my weight loss. This program isn’t just about nutrition, but also about exercise.  We are given three different workouts to choose from. Modified, beginner, or advanced.  I’ll be honest. When I started the 7-week program in January, I wasn’t interested in the workouts.  I just needed to get my eating under control. But as I neared the end of my 7 weeks and I was feeling so much better, I wanted to workout.  But life is still life. I might want to work out, but that doesn’t mean I always have the energy, so I gave myself permission to skip 3 workouts a week.  Now I have started my second 7 week round and I have given myself permission to just miss 2.

  3. Knowing what to do and doing it are two very different things.  There is a lot of information out there on weight loss and I have done just about every program out there. So, it’s not a matter of “knowing what to do”. It comes down to actually doing it.

  4. Sometimes our will can be strong in standing in our own way. While going through this journey I have realized that I have an inner toddler. If you have a toddler (or can remember that stage) then you know what I am talking about. Trying to get a toddler to do something that they don’t want to do is a challenge. They throw a fit, blow things out of proportion, and find very creative ways not to do what they are supposed to do. I do the same thing with drinking water. I know I need to. It’s key to weight loss, but I struggle with this for no other reason than my own will. I see this in other areas of my life. But I have to remember, the toddler is not in control. They don’t get to call the shots.

  5. Honesty is the best policy.  Especially with ourselves. Yep, I tell half-truths to myself. And if I believe anything but the truth it will lead to frustration with my results. Not logging everything that goes in my mouth, not putting forth the best effort during my workouts, and adding coffee to my water count are all working against my weight loss goals. But because I am doing other things that are great, I feel like my results should be great. And if they are not, I get discouraged. But there is a truth and if I am honest with myself, I can see it. Personal accountability and humility are key components to success in all areas of life.

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Episode 175: Strategies to Actually Hit Your Health Goals with Lindsay Young

Episode 175: Strategies to Actually Hit Your Health Goals with Lindsay Young

How are you doing on your health goals that you set at the new year? In this episode, you will learn some practical strategies on how you can stay motivated and actually achieve your goals. Our guest is Lindsay Young from Lindsay Lives Well.

About Our Guest

Lindsay Young is a Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist living in sunny Southern California. She’s a wife, mama of 3, food enthusiast, and embracer of imperfection. Lindsay specializes in helping busy women develop a nutrition and lifestyle plan that fits into their real life, so they can gain health without losing their minds.

She believes eating healthy can be simple, beautiful, and easy. Lindsay’s approach to wellness focuses on real food in a real-life context, helping her clients develop a modern approach to a healthy lifestyle that is sustainable and joyful, in their homes and out in the real world. She believes living well can mean eating chocolate and enjoying happy hour, learning to trust your body, and embracing food freedom.

Lindsay has been working in health and fitness since 2004 and started her company, Lindsay Lives Well, in 2016. She loves hanging out on Instagram @lindsay.lives.well and in her private Facebook group, Busy Ladies Live Well, spreading the good news about living well and fostering supportive relationships with likeminded ladies. You can learn more about her story and offerings over at www.lindsayliveswell.com

Action Items and Tips From the Show

How to Set Health Goals You’ll Actually Achieve

  • What does it look like to set realistic goals?

  • What keeps us from following through on our health goals?

  • Why do we think we want to achieve a goal and then lose motivation?

  • How can we stay motivated to reach our health goals?

  • How can we do things differently to achieve success instead of making the same resolutions and goals year after year?

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