I received a Cerra Be Aware, Act, Reflect™ Program kit to help me carve out a little “me time” every day. I don’t really need more “me time;” my kids have grown and gone. But what I do need is more time to reflect on how my life has changed in the last few years. Time to appreciate what I had and realize that I can have a full and rewarding life even if I’m no longer a full-time mom.
But for most moms, they’re knee deep in the day-to-day of childcare and they need time to realize how wonderful they have it, even being crazy-busy and seemingly unappreciated. So now there’s a community where there are products, tools, and experiences to help you become more mindful, more in the moment, and more in touch with your thoughts on your life and where you are.
Cerra™ is that community and it’s available to you online. You’ll find support from other mom’s who are where you are or have experienced what you’re struggling with.
Cerra™ wanted me to take time to settle with my thoughts so they sent me a sampling of the products they have available.
My program kit included:
- Three Tea Bags in Grounded, Creative Energy and Gratitude varieties
- Creative Energy Sensory Oil
- Dissolving Notes and Pen
- Sample Sized Lotion
- Gratitude Keepsake Notes
- Cerra™ calling cards you may share with friends and family
- An informative Cerra™ Booklet and Journal
What did I do with my kit? I used the dissolving notes to put down some of my negative self-talk words to remind me that they don’t define me. I used the keepsake notes as surprises for the hubby – in his lunch, on the mirror, to remind him that we need to make this journey together. And I shared the calling cards with my friends.
Check out the Cerra.com website and see if you find a few moments of peace for yourself there as well.
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