Losing weight, especially when you are busy (and probably a bit overwhelmed) can be a major challenge. It is even worse when you are dealing with cravings . . . because we know those are seriously hard to ignore. If you have been struggling to lose weight, the real reason it has been such a challenge may surprise you.
How many things do you have on your plate these days? If your life is anything like mine, it’s A LOT. Finding a great probiotic can do so many amazing things for your health but too many women aren’t doing it. The benefits of probiotics for women are HUGE and it’s one small step I take for my health each day. Find out why you should be doing the same . . .
Any mom will tell you, getting a good night’s sleep is the best thing you can do for yourself (and your family). The problem is, sleep can be really, REALLY hard to come by when you have young kids. The last thing you want to do is sabotage the sleep you do get by sleeping on a mattress that needs to be replaced. Do you know how to tell if you need a new mattress?
Do you remember the last time you got a really good night’s sleep?
As a mom of 6, sleep has been a constant challenge. I’ve found that even though my kids are (mostly) sleeping through the night now, I’ve developed such bad sleep habits over the years that I’m still not getting enough sleep.
So what do you do if sleep has become an issue?
We’ve all heard great tips over the years for improving sleep quality (limit screen time, exercise more, set a consistent bedtime). The real trick is often motivating yourself to really make sleep a priority.
During pregnancy, it seems like everyone from your best friend to complete strangers wants to talk about what is happening to your body. It’s awkward, but when I was a first time mom I learned so many things I didn’t know I needed to know.
After pregnancy ends, the conversation stops and you are left to, more or less, fend for yourself. There’s one conversation no one is having though and it’s leaving post-partum moms in the dark.