12 Mantras to End Your Day Feeling Like You Are Enough, Have Enough and Do Enough

12 Mantras to End Your Day Feeling Like You Are Enough, Have Enough and Do Enough

There is waking up.

And there is waking up ready to be awesome.

I’ve had many of each and I generally prefer the latter.

But waking up and ready to be awesome takes great preparation — mentally and physically — so that by day’s end, we can sit back and smile at what we accomplished, rather than feel inadequate and deflated.

Yes, my inner critic talks too much.

And I’m not always feeling like I am enough, that I have enough or that I’m doing enough.

But for the most part I do a pretty good job at keeping myself out of the dark shadows and heading toward the light.

I’ve been spending this month both here on the blog and on a much deeper level in my coaching circle helping women build their “enoughness” muscles.

One of my favorite thank you notes that comes from women who have gone through The Abundant Mama Online Program is when they write …. I finally feel like I’m enough.

For some, though, this realization takes months or years.

That’s how far down the NOT ENOUGH path we take ourselves as women. But, the great thing is that with HARD WORK you can change your perspective, your mindset and your scarcity mindset.

In other words, you can absolutely feel like you are enough, you have enough and you are doing enough … with the right tools and strategies in place.

For me, it all begins with a good mantra to feed me all day long so that when I get to the end of my day, I feel like I am enough, I have enough and I’ve done enough.




When I Rise and Shine as part of my own Abundant Mama practice I love to create beautiful, positive energy mantras for my life and my home — and my business.

By putting all of my energy into something positive — like a mantra — I create a life that is focused on appreciating the good I’m already doing in the world — and in my family — and being totally grateful for it all.

Even the not-so-good parts.

So, today I am sharing some powerful statements to use either first thing in the morning or at the end of your day — all of which will carry you through your entire day so you can go to sleep feeling proud of the work you’ve done, not deflated.

Here are 12 Enoughness Mantras to End Your Day Feeling Like You Are Enough, Have Enough and Do Enough:

perfectly imperfect mantra


I am always doing my best.

I am perfectly imperfect.

I’ve got this.

I choose my path.

enough for today mantra


It is what it is.

It will all get done.

Enough for today.

Let it go.

wake up to the good in your life mantra


Less is more.

Be here now.

Wake up to the good in your life.

I have everything I need. 


Would you like more mantras to help you through your busy motherhood days?

Check out these Abundant Mama mantras here:

And, some of my friends write a lot about mantras, too!

Parenting Mantras by Picklebums

Stop Yelling and Get Closer by Lemon Lime Adventures

5 Mantras for Mindful Parenting  by Left Brain Buddha

The One Word that is Changing My Day, My Life By Barefoot Barn

The Way We Talk to Our Children Becomes Their Inner Voice   by Not Just Cute

10 Phrases to Get Rid of Negative Self-Talk  by Creative with Kids

I am the parent by Raising Playful Tots

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5 Responses to 12 Mantras to End Your Day Feeling Like You Are Enough, Have Enough and Do Enough

  1. Learning to allow myself to feel I am enough took a very long time. This year I decided to listen to a quiet voice in the back of my mind that was telling me to walk away from my very secure and comfortable job because I no longer felt like enough when I was there. I had no idea what would happen. Three months later I am experiencing a level of abundance I never thought possible. My family, my career, my finances, and my friendships are all in an amazing place. Just because I chose to believe that I was worthy enough for a new kind of abundance.

    Thank you for sharing this message.

  2. Two years ago, enough was my word of the year. I wasn’t sure I wanted it (I had lots of grand plans about what I wanted to accomplish that year) but it picked me, and it was a good reminder that I was enough and was doing enough.

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