Welcome to Self-Care Hacks, a short podcast for stressed-out and overwhelmed women with weekly actionable steps to help you overcome the overwhelm.

What are MAPS and Why do You Need Them?

In today’s episode, you’ll discover why we need MAPS. Not the kind of maps you use to get from point A to point B. MAPS that help us learn how to take care of ourselves.

If you’re like me, a busy woman who tries to juggle caring for family, friends, work, and church, you probably know what it feels like to stop taking care of yourself. You may gain weight, feel discouraged or anxious, lash out at the people you love, or feel completely overwhelmed. Those are all signs that you’ve forgotten to take care of yourself.

You can take the FREE Self-Care Quotient Quiz by clicking here. The quiz will help you understand how well you currently take care of yourself so you can set goals for better self-care.

Authors and Links Mentioned in This Week’s Episode

Bob Goff--if you haven’t read any of his books, you’re missing out!

Self-Care Hacks for the Week

You’ll want to think about how well you take care of yourself mentally, academically and artistically, physically, and spiritually.

Listen in next week when I talk about planning for success…or failure.

Overwhelmed? Listen to Self-Care Hacks, a short podcast with actionable steps you can take today to overcome the overwhelm tomorrow. #selfcare #selfcaresunday


  1. Thanks for persevering in sharing about self-care. And I do need to read something by Bob Goff. I’ve listened to a couple of podcasts where he’s been interviewed, and he’s just delightful.

  2. Thanks for the reminders on the importance of self-care. I actually have done a little better during these past few months. And now that we’re beginning to get back into activities, I’m going to need to be intentional to continue some of the good habits I started. 🙂

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Anita Ojeda

Anita Ojeda juggles writing with teaching high school English and history. When she's not lurking in odd places looking for rare birds, you can find her camping with her kids, adventuring with her husband or mountain biking with her students.

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