Asking for Help to Lighten the Motherhood Load with Lisa Day, NTP

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SHOW NOTES: Episode 41

Do you have a hard time asking for help?

Today, Lisa Day, NTP and I talk more about the importance of asking for help as mothers and as women in general. Lisa is a  functional nutritional therapy practitioner, wife, and mother of 3. She teaches women the foundations of health and help them get to the root cause of their symptoms using a functional medicine approach.

Lisa shares some tips that have helped her in today’s episode in hopes that it can help you too. We share more about the challenges of balancing family responsibilities and personal well-being.

Lisa explains that as women, we often carry a heavy load of responsibilities. It is okay to ask for help because we cannot do everything and do not have to strive to be “superwoman”. Asking for help not only benefits ourselves but also our families and relationships. Asking for help can positively impact our marriage and interactions with our children when we aren’t doing all of the things that women and mothers often are expected to do and asking for help along the way.

Remember – asking for help is NOT a sign of weakness but essential in taking care of ourselves and maintaining a balanced and fulfilling life.

By taking care of oneself, seeking help when necessary, and finding balance, you can reduce stress, avoid resentment, and be more present and engaged in your roles and relationships!

Thank you for listening! I would love to connect with you on Instagram (@loveyourbodywell) and hear what you thought about today’s episode!


  • Asking for help
  • Evaluating personal needs
  • Making self-care a priority
  • Taking care of ourselves
  • Outsourcing responsibilities
  • Empowering our kids with responsibilities



Nourishment from the inside out. 

The Love Your Body Well Podcast is a safe place for you to learn about healing your relationship with your body while also focusing on wellness so you can feel your best. 

I’m your host, Amy Reinecke, and I’ve made it my mission to empower you to own your journey and embrace the path before you. Wellness is multi-faceted and there are so many areas that create the foundation for overall wellness.  As women, too often the number on the scale or the size of our jeans takes precedence, and the truth is, it’s about a lot more than that.

On the Love Your Body Well Podcast you’ll be encouraged to be an advocate for your health, learn to listen and love the skin you’re in, embrace your journey, and heal your body and mind with self-love and compassion. This podcast is for you if you want to take back control of your health and embark on a self love journey to love, cherish and care for the one body you have. Here, you will learn how to love your body well.

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