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Easy to Follow New Year’s Resolution for Moms

Jan 07 , 2020

The beginning of the year is just the time to set your habits right that is why everyone prefers making resolutions, hoping they will grow out of certain habits while adapting to good ones.  New moms are very busy with their toddlers and hardly get time to think about habits they must change.

So we tell you a few habits that will be easy to follow through and that must be added to your list of resolutions if you are a busy mom.

Ask for help

As a mother, you always want to be available for your child and subconsciously stop prioritizing your health. This year, make sure you ask your family members to help you with the baby without feeling hesitant as they will be happy enough to help you and you also get to create the right balance as a mother.

Be kind to yourself

It is impossible to get things right in the first go.  You will make mistakes and learn, this is how you grow both, as a person and a mother. Don’t be too hard on yourself if you make mistakes.

Spend some time alone

Take out some time from your busy schedule to relax and rewind. Taking too much stress and being caught up all the time will otherwise take a toll on your health. Make sure you fix a few hours a day that you can spend doing what you enjoy doing the most.

Put your phone aside and spend some quality time

Whether is catching up with e-mails or scrolling through Instagram, keeping your phone with you all the time will distract you. Make sure to put your phone down when you are with children so that you can pay full attention to them.

Be more patient

Dealing with young kids can be exhausting and some things may irritate you more than usual. Be patient with children and find healthy ways to communicate so that sharing becomes easy for them too.

Here is some basic New Year’s resolution that you can take up easily.  Discuss these ideas with your other family members as well so that you remain motivated to follow through with them.

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