Currently I'm offline!

Online Help Pro

When In Need…Here For You 365/24/7

    You are here: Home > Parenting > Top Ten Ways Working Moms Can Look after Themselves

Aug

25

Top Ten Ways Working Moms Can Look after Themselves

Posted By: Aikednea Johansen on August 25, 2011 at 8:44 am

1. Get adequate sleep. This implies making sure the children go to bed early enough so you can. Have an evening regimen that’s relaxing for everyone.

2. Eat well. Sure you know it. The majority of you don’t do it. It is just as easy to get some fruit as a basket of fries. You and your kids will really feel much better if you eat three excellent foods a day. Complete the buying, organizing and food preparation jointly. This gives you bonding time and teaches the children excellent skills to help out around the house.

3. Physical exercise. I’m sure you are worn out at night and do not have enough time in the morning hours, but if you’re stopping for coffee or vegging out in the front of the Television you have time. Do something – anything. It all helps. Better yet – take a class with the kids.

4. Look your best. Get a great hair-do. Wear the best clothes you can afford. When we look great we really feel good and we smile more.

5. Smile. You will automatically feel better. Even better – laugh.

6. Count your blessings. Your mother was right, count your blessings. Make a gratitude list. We all possess a multitude of things to be grateful for. Post your list and add to it. Have the kids make one too.

7. Ask for help. We do not have to do it all alone. Ask family, friends, co-workers, and organizations for help. From babysitting to yard cleanup to a ride to the store. People love to be needed. (Just don’t use them)

8. Help others. Nothing can feel as very good as service. Get the kids involved. Help clean up the beach or mow the aged neighbor’s yard. Helping one another tends to make all our lives simpler.

9. Connect to your spirituality. What ever that is for you. Nature, music, church, gardening. Do some thing at least once a week that makes you feel whole.

10. Lower your expectations. Yes – Lower your expectations. Of your self and of your children. You’re not supermom and they aren’t superkids. Cut all of you some slack.

If you want more information on Maryellen Tribby, don’t read just rehashed articles online to avoid getting ripped off. Go here: Maryellen Tribby

    Filed Under: Parenting Tagged with
Digg it       Save to Del.icio.us       Subscribe to My RSS feed      
Add this to:

No comments yet.

Name (required)
E-mail (required - never shown publicly)
URI
Your Comment (smaller size | larger size)
You may use <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong> in your comment.

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

Trackback responses to this post



RSS Feed RSS Feed RSS Feed

Intro-OnlineHelpPro-Contact Me!

Lean On Me

Call Me Via My MagicJack Phone

Call Me Via Skype

Share This!

Yahoo Messenger

Chat With Me In A Chat Room

Addiction-OnlineHelpPro

Free Downloads

LinkedIn

Anger-Management-OnlineHelpPro

Mood-Disorders-OnlineHelpPro

Calendar

PTSD-OnlineHelpPro

Welcome To OnlineHelpPro-Here For YOU!

Fees

Links

Spammers: Beware of the Dog.