Summer parenting stress can be overwhelming, leaving you feeling like your schedule has been hijacked. Bestselling author  Kristen Butler has the perfect solution to help you reclaim your Summer.

Butler’s latest best-seller, the 3 Minute Happiness Journal: Create Happy Habits. Change Your Brain. Transform Your Life is a practical and inspiring guide that offers a full 90 days of prompts and exercises designed to build a solid foundation for a more joy-filled life.

The author leads a thriving community with an astounding 50 million global followers. Her daily inspirations and science-backed solutions are changing lives, fostering well-being and creating a happier, more positive world. She’s also the brilliant mind behind the thought-provoking book,  The Comfort Zone, challenging the conventional notion that stepping out of our comfort zone is always the key to personal growth. She shares invaluable insights on how parents can sail through the last few weeks of summer stress-free:

 Prioritize Your Self-Care: As a parent, it’s easy to neglect self-care when life gets busy. But Kristen’s powerful reminder is clear: To fill others, you must first fill your own cup. Discover how to embrace self- care activities that recharge and rejuvenate you, whether it’s indulging in hobbies, practicing mindfulness, or simply taking “mini breathing breaks” to unwind. When you nurture your well-being, you’ll be equipped with the energy and positive mindset needed to conquer the challenges of parenthood.

 Involve Your Kids in Wellness Activities: Uncover the magic of involving your children in self-care routines that not only benefit them but also strengthen your bond. From yoga sessions to preparing healthy meals together, these shared experiences create lasting connections and set the stage for a more positive family dynamic. Kristen also reveals the transformative power of journaling with your kids, enhancing their emotional intelligence and promoting open communication.

 Embrace Imperfection: Release the burden of unrealistic expectations and “mom guilt” According to a study, a staggering 70% of parents stress over meeting their children’s expectations. Kristen shows you how to strike a healthy balance between work and family during the summer, giving yourself permission to accept that not everything goes as planned. By filling your own cup and recharging, you’ll bid farewell to end-of-summer burnout.