Discovering Self-Care & Purpose

Today on The Mamaste Podcast we welcome professional certified life coach and mama of three teenage boys, Krista Resnick. Krista helps women step into their power and coaches us to find that with some simple shifts we can step into our purpose. She walks us through the complexities of having kids while trying to find purpose in something—a job, a business, a hobby—outside of the home too, and suggests some simple changes to become a more mindful parent.

Quotable Moments: 

“Purpose is the work you’ve been designed to do. It’s who you are and what you’re designed to be. It’s literally in your DNA. You don’t have to hustle for it. You don’t have to work for it. It’s not a destination, it’s not a goal.”

“You don’t have to do it all, You don’t have to come last. It’s not this noble feat to put yourself last.”

“We need to take energy inventory to find out what fills us up and what’s draining us.”

“Our feelings are guides, they’re our information.”

“Set four alarms a day on your phone to check in. How are you feeling in that moment?”

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The Mamaste Podcast is motherhood meets personal growth. Co-creators Ryann Watkin and Jill Erwich are on a mission to enlighten listeners through relatable interviews and topics, leading to more conscious connections with our kids, families, and communities. Positive impact in the world starts at home, in our everyday lives. The Mamaste Podcast has featured stay-at-home moms, working moms, homeschooling moms, a male yoga instructor and everyone in between. We strive to build a diverse community through inclusion and to talk about topics ranging from “how to get our kids to buckle into their carseats” to “how we can fit health, fitness and self-care into our lives”.