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Mother’s Day Treat to Myself

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I'm just going to be an open book here and admit that at this point in my life journey, I go ahead and treat myself to birthday/Mother's Day/Christmas/Valentine presents.

Is that wrong? 'Cause I don't wanna be right.

Moms' Night Out movie

So, this weekend, I'm going out to dinner with 15 or so of my friends, and then we're going to the opening of Moms' Night Out! Squeeeeee! I'm so excited!

One of the main themes in the movie is "you are enough," which, coincidentally, is the exact thing my friend, Roxanne wrote a book about!

*Are You Enough?: Encouragement for the Overwhelmed & Exhausted Homeschool Mom

This is such an awesome book! Roxanne, a mom of 4 adult children, is brutally honest about her insecurities and imperfections. BUT she doesn't leave the reader hanging when it comes to what gave her the strength to finish her homeschool journey well.

Seriously, if you are wanting to treat yourself with a gift for Mother's Day, this book is just the ticket!

What about you? Do you ever treat yourself to gifts or nights out?

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  1. katena d says:

    If I did not pamper myself it would not happen. My husband is a huge procrastinate and waits till the last minute. I am always the one that plans and makes all the preparation. So yes and as a mom of 6 boys. I have to pamper myself.

  2. I’ve been known to buy my gifts – it’s a win-win situation!
    And I’m going to see Mom’s NIght OUt tomorrow night with my BFF :)
    always love you real-life take on things, Connie – Happy Mother’s Day!

  3. Serenity says:

    I love that idea! My husband is so awesome but a good 50 percent of the time the gifts he buys for me are not my favorite. This Mothers Day he got me a bag full of pampering goodies that I truly don’t care for and won’t use. I wish I had suggested that I simply buy something I would enjoy like a girls night out:). Next year:)