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Tag: self care

We’ve All Been Warriors: But Remember to Rest

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Hey fam, I see you fighting the good fight. Speaking out against injustice, standing up for kids, researching and citing your sources, kicking butt, and...

Sometimes, I’m Not a Nice Mommy

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Today my patience was shorter than my toddler. My kindness paled in comparison with the tantrums. And there wasn’t quite enough Zoloft to give me peace. Today...

Dear Moms, You Need A Hobby

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Before you roll your eyes or scoff (is it too late already?), let's just take a second to think about the word "hobby." I know...

Coping Skills Aren’t Just for Kids

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The other day my little girl was having a hard day. The blocks were not staying stacked. The snacks were not as free-flowing that...

15 Ways to Maintain Optimism on the Hardest Days

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As I scanned the headlines, I came across a recent poll that stated the Parent's Family Optimism score is 74 percent during this pandemic....

When “Unfriending” is Self-Care

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As an online content creator and fledgling online business owner, disengaging from social media altogether is simply not an option for me. Gone are...

Don’t Let Mom Guilt Get You Down

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  Mom guilt. When DOESNT it rear it’s ugly head? Whether it’s while you're enjoying a solo trip to the grocery store, or on a...

The Path to Recovery From Postpartum Struggles

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The first baby was a breeze, it seemed. I don't know whether it was because he was a laid back child, or because we...

I’m a Better Mom for Leaving

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I'm a better mom for leaving. Let me back up a little: Being a mom is one of the most rewarding things in life. I...

5 Ways to Survive the Holidays Without Your Kids

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I never thought I would spend holidays without my kids. I wanted to be the mom with the perfectly crafted holiday cupcakes, not the...

Saying Yes to Myself

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Why is it so hard to set some time aside for ourselves? I thought I did a good job taking care of myself. While...

How the Banjo Made Me A Better Mom

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Identity Crisis  Before I became a full-time stay-at-home-mom, I felt like I had an identity. I know as a Christian, my true identity is a...