Resilience in Times of Anxiety


Via Zoom or by phone appointments as we're in the middle of a pandemic, you're seen clients two to three days a week so. I guess we both have in common that we're busy moms but I think another thing we have in common is that we both treasure the value of feeding our families real food. Real food cooked from scratch at home and both Theresa and I are well aware. This takes more time than going through the drive thru certainly takes more time than having a pizza delivered takes more time than preparing those prepackaged foods, but it is so worth it. And today as working moms we, WANNA, share our approach to managing these high stress high anxiety times that we're in. We just want to give you some tips and tricks of how we're still getting a meal on the table, each night, and what we're doing to fuel our bodies and the bodies of our family so that they can manage these times of high stress as well. So our topic today is building resilience in times of anxiety. It's going to be a great show. We have a lot of great information to share. So with that, welcome to all of our listeners and welcome Theresa. Thank you CASSIE, and if you're at all like me, which I know cassie you are but listeners if you're at all like me, you're a cook, your a house cleaner. You're a referee for your kids perhaps there entertainer and now soon to be a teacher's assistant and all on top of all of that, you may be working from home to at this time, we have a lot on our plate. No Pun intended. CASSIE and I have some ideas that we use every day that help us to end the day in positive place and that is. Something that is really hard because they're patient it's it wears thin by the by bedtime doesn't end when everybody's in the house and there's not a lot of outside activity. You know extracurricular activities right now. Yeah. It. You can wear pretty thin by the end of the day. Yes. So today we're going to talk to you about some tips and ideas that we can share with you to help you cook healthy meals at home without stress and anxiety. So in preparation for today's program, I actually dusted off my hardcover webster's dictionary. Google it. I thought about them like Oh, there's that webster's up on my bookshelf I haven't had that Odin years. So I did the old fashioned way and I looked up the term resilience and this is what the definition says in. Webster's resilience is having the ability to recover readily from

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