A couple of months ago I did a One Photo Every Hour challenge on Instagram, and the first picture I posted for the day was of my sink full of dirty dishes. I didn’t really think anything of it, because I knew the pile would be gone as soon as I started my morning routine a few minutes later.
The reaction from dozens of my followers though surprised me. They actually expressed thanks to me for making them feel better about their own dish disasters. That’s when all the memories came flooding back of my first three years as a mom, and all the overwhelm and inadequacy I felt about the state of my home.
It wasn’t always the case that I was confident the dishes would be cleared away in the morning, or even by the end of the day. It was so defeating to never be able to get control of the piles of laundry, sink-full of dishes, and I literally shed tears sitting on the kitchen floor over my inability to get dinner cooked on time.
Overcoming the Dish Disaster
After posting that picture, and reading your comments, I know that I’m not the only mom to struggle with these overwhelming frustrations. I’m really happy to share with you a free mini-ecourse that’s available right now.
With this powerful little course, you’ll find out how to conquer laundry mountain, tame the dish disaster, and stop crying over meal planning.
(That’s my affiliate link, but the course is completely free.)
I love this video series because two of the three techniques included are ones that I use in my everyday routine, and they really have been huge game changers for me. And I’m really excited to be working the other ones into my day. I can already see how they’re going to get me big results!
If the mess and the overwhelm is a too familiar situation in your household too, I challenge you to sign up for this mini-course, and implement the simple strategies included for just 2 weeks. If you’re anything like I was, you’re going to feel a dramatic change in the way you feel about yourself, your home, and your family.
I can’t wait to hear how you like it!
I would love if you’d pay it forward, and share this with another mama to help her overcome her own dish disaster. :)