When we become Mothers our priorities shift and whatever discretionary time we had, disappears, almost overnight. Suddenly the way we used to make space for self-care, interests and growth — by waiting until everything else was ‘done’ — doesn’t work anymore. Because the priorities at the bottom of the hierarchy, our children’s activities and our household’s needs, are never really ‘done.’ So, carving out space for our wellbeing, when nothing we’re responsible for is ever ‘done’ is a WHOLE different thing! It requires new strategies & a different mindset. With the help of 150 surveyed Moms, I reimagined Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs to reflect our priorities. Our journey.
Let’s reimagine how we address foundational needs at the bottom and how we give ourselves permission to prioritize aspirational items at the top.
When the dynamics change and the mental load of Motherhood, relationships and career begin to consume us, we need support. Sisterhood. At Mom’s Hierarchy of needs, we want to help you navigate the complexities of modern Motherhood and rethink self-care and growth. www.momshierarchyofneeds.com