Managing the Motherload is a practical system for sanity from a happy, ultra-productive, and sometimes tired mother of five. This five-part system will help readers create a life that they love while allowing all the items on their to-do list to flourish in their own time.
In the book, meditation guide and popular YouTuber Rebekah "Bex" Borucki features her favorite healing and stress-reducing modalities, including her signature 4-minute meditations.
Deeply personal, heartfelt stories of her struggles and tender moments raising five children are highlighted throughout the book. As a birth doula and meditation guide, Bex offers a wealth of personal and professional experience in managing the demands of motherhood and the need for self-care and stress management.
"I want every woman who reads this book to come away with a feeling of confidence in finding her own way as a mother and a human being. Upon finishing the pages, the reader will have the know-how to create a path to happiness, freedom, and success that can be achieved not in spite of her tremendous responsibility as a mother but in total alignment with it." - from the author
About the Author
Rebekah "Bex" Borucki, founder of Bexlife and the Blissed In wellness movement, is a mother of five, TV host, meditation guide, author, speaker, birth doula, fitness and yoga instructor, and popular YouTuber. She travels extensively, sharing her love for yoga, wellness, and meditation at exclusive workshops, luxury retreats, and public events. She has taught meditation as a profound act of self-care that can be executed effortlessly and effectively to hundreds of thousands of individuals.
"Managing the Motherload will help anyone-not just mothers-learn simple and powerful ways to get the seemingly endless job of mothering and nurturing adequately done without losing their health, sense of humor, or sanity. As the mother of five, Bex knows exactly what she is talking about. And what she teaches, works!"
- Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and Goddesses Never Age
"Managing the Motherload is about navigating motherhood with vulnerability, grace, and self-forgiveness. It's a book about making room for ancestral healing. And this is a book in which you'll find your own ways to create a life that's reflective of your values. Rebekah's way of sharing is gold for us all."
- Elena Brower, best-selling author of Practice You and Art of Attention
"When I first became a mom, I felt like I was doing motherhood all wrong. In Managing the Motherload, Rebekah becomes the friend or sister I wish I had during those times to tell me, 'I've been there, and you're doing it all right.' Add the humor and transparency of Rebekah's personal stories to the real-world wisdom offered on every page, and you get a book I know you'll fall in love with."
- Andrea Owen, speaker, life coach, and author of How to Stop Feeling Like Sh*t
"Inner peace doesn't mean everything around you has to be peaceful. Rebekah teaches you how to focus on what really matters while embracing the messy and magnificent journey of being a mom."
- Jessica Ortner, New York Times best-selling author of The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss and Body Confidence
"I honestly don't know how Rebekah does it. She runs a business, a farm, and a family of seven! I have one daughter and feel like she could run circles around me. If you want a peek into how to manage it all while keeping love at the forefront of everything you do, Managing the Motherload is for you. You will feel like you could do anything. Because you can!"
- Erin Stutland, author of Mantras in Motion: Manifesting What You Want through Mindful Movement
"How does a mother of five and meditation teacher handle it all? With humor, deep self-care, and authenticity. Managing the Motherload is not a parenting advice book; this is an inspirational guide for all mothers to love themselves through their struggles and become whole women in the process."
- Alexandra Jamieson, host of Her Rules Radio podcast and best-selling author of Women, Food, and Desire