Surviving work as a mom is tough, here are 9 things to do to make it easier on you at work and home. Reduce stress by prepping your week, cutting things out and adjusting your attitude. These are super easy steps to get you on the path to surviving your workweek as a busy mom.
A positive post to help working moms have a powerful and amazing week. This guide has great tips on how to be more productive, focused, and have a great workweek overall. Includes tips on positive affirmations, releasing grudges, and being positive despite being at work. It is time to get serious about being positive!
Did you know being pregnant is hard? Many people do not. Learn the truth about how hard pregnancy really is and how you can deal with it. This post dives into nine pregnancy misconceptions, do not be fooled go into your pregnancy prepared! Real life experiences and advice included from real moms.
Are you pregnant with your first and wondering what to buy your baby? These are only the most basic essential things needed to take care of a baby. Budget-friendly & practical advice on diapers, bathing, sleeping, feeding, storage, bedding etc. As a mama who spent way too much money of stuff for her baby, I do not want you to make the same mistakes I did.
Pregnancy is hard, do not make it harder by comparing your pregnancy to celebrities like Meghan Markle. Here is why you need to stop comparing and be happy you are not pregnant and in the spotlight. Celebrities do not do anything on their own, they have a team dedicated to making them look good. Plus they pay the price in different ways.
Did you just find out you are pregnant? Not sure what to do? These are the first 15 things to do when you find out you are pregnant. Tips on who to tell and pregnancy lingo. Worrying and being nervous is normal, if you start prepping now you will have confidence when the baby arrives.
Announcing your pregnancy at work with nine ideas on how to announce it and tips on how to discuss it tactfully with your colleagues. This in-depth post covers announcing your pregnancy, questions to think about before your announcement, provides an email template on how to follow up on your conversation with your supervisor and much more.
What life is like with a stay at home dad from the perspective of a working mom. Hopefully, this clears out some of the stigmas stay at home dads face. It also shares why moms should not have guilt if they go to work. From their daily routine to money this is life with a stay at home dad.
More specifically, these 18 benefits come from a real mother’s perspective. Although breastfeeding is tough, there are so many benefits for moms and baby, it is worth it 100%. They are also great reasons a mom should consider when deciding to breastfeed. Benefits range from bonding and sleeping to your child’s growth.
Here are 18 reasons why breastfeeding sucks, if you are having a hard time breastfeeding know you are not alone. Breastfeeding is hard and moms need to let one another know the reality of breastfeeding. As I enter my 18th month of breastfeeding (yay) I just felt like I should share some of my struggles to create awareness. Breastfeeding was not at all what I expected.