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Creating routines

is the number one thing you need to do in order to find your rhythm in motherhood.

Creating routines is hands down, the best way to find balance in your life when you have a baby or toddler. Routines are flexible, customized systems that work for YOU & your family. You don’t need to dish out a ton of money for childcare, stay up late every night to get all your chores done, or feel guilty about taking care of yourself first. Routines allow you to get in sync with child, keep up with your chores, and have plenty of time to prioritize your own self care. Not to mention, it’ll help you be a better mom.

Imagine if...

➡️ You could step out of mom mode for 30 minutes every day to do something that makes you feel good.

➡️ You didn’t have to rely on expensive childcare to take a break from motherhood.

➡️ You knew how to get your child on a predictable schedule so you can have more control over your day.

➡️ You knew how to make your daily tasks so quick and easy that it doesn’t feel overwhelming to get it all done.

➡️ You had a community of supportive moms to walk beside you who would encourage you, hold you accountable, and answer all your questions.

Spoiler Alert...

The answer to all of these questions (and so much more) is inside of Back to You.

 

I’ve taken everything I’ve learned from working as a postpartum doula, coaching my 1-1 clients, and my own experience as a mom, and created a systemized roadmap for you to get your child on a schedule, organize your daily tasks, and still have plenty of time leftover to take care of YOU.

You can so do this. Practicing self care the simple way starts now. While everyone else is wasting time complaining about how they never get a break, you’ll be building a self care routine in just a few days (or less!)


You’ll be able to balance it all – family time, chores, and self care – and all your friends will wonder how you’re doing it! You’ll create and implement a solid self care practice faster than you ever thought possible.

What moms are saying...

Back to You was created for

burnt out moms with babies & toddlers who want to have 30 minutes of "me" time every day without sacrificing a clean, functioning home.

Inside, you will get 18 (+bonus), comprehensive, no-fluff, easy to follow lessons from getting your baby or toddler on a schedule all the way through blocking off that 30 minutes of “me” time every day.


Predictable routines for your child, systems for making household tasks a breeze, organizing and prioritizing your tasks, creating a weekly plan so you’re never overwhelmed by your to-do list again, rock solid self care routines, and time blocking to ensure you get 30 minutes to yourself every single day…


Yeahhhh lady. Everything.

There are also worksheets and tutorials to guide you through the whole process on HOW to complete each step.


You will also find TONS of support from other students inside of the Facebook membership community and live Q&A from Angel!

Why it works...

➡️ In Back to You, you only do 1-2 big tasks per day, and you start them early, giving you a head start to the day.

➡️ You’re no longer trying to do everything at once, and you’re strategically working around your baby or toddler’s predicted schedule.

➡️ You use a planner to keep yourself on track, and have the flexibility to move tasks around when things don’t go according to plan.

➡️ Knowing what you’re doing and when you’ll do it makes it easy to get in that “me time” without feeling selfish or guilty about it.