Pelvic Floor Health For Moms

Uncategorized Apr 05, 2023

Hey Mama,

Today I want to talk about something that's important but often overlooked: our pelvic floor health. As moms, we've been through a lot in that area since becoming moms. From check-ups to pregnancies, childbirth, and everything in between, it's safe to say that our pelvic floors have been put to the test.

But as moms, we have a way of ignoring our own needs when we're busy taking care of everyone else. We might ignore the fact that our pelvic floor might not be functioning as it should. We might tell ourselves that "it's not that bad" or "I'll take care of it later." However, I want to encourage you to take care of your pelvic floor and prevent any future problems.

Making an appointment with your doctor or a pelvic floor therapist might seem daunting, but it's worth it. By taking care of your pelvic floor, you'll help your body support itself better and feel more comfortable in your own skin.

So, have you had your pelvic floor check-up lately? If not, now's the time to make...

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Connecting Our Identity And Worth To Our Accomplishments

Uncategorized Mar 29, 2023

Hey Mama, 

Today, I want to talk about something that I know many moms struggle with, and that's connecting our identity and worth to what we accomplish. As moms, we have so much on our plates. We have the responsibility of taking care of our children, managing our households, and possibly even holding down a job outside of the home. It can be overwhelming, to say the least.

But even with all of this pressure, we often expect ourselves to "just figure it out." We tell ourselves that we should be able to handle everything that's going on around us and still maintain a good attitude. And when we don't, we add it to our "guilt check" list, which only further erodes our sense of self-worth.

So, how can we cultivate a loving relationship with ourselves and feel our worth, despite the chaos we might sense around us? It all starts with realizing that we're doing the best we can with what we have. We need to let go of the idea that we should be able to handle everything perfectly, and...

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Delegating Tasks To Our Children

Hi friends!

It's Diana Ballard here, and today I want to talk about a topic that's near and dear to my heart: delegating tasks as a parent. When our kids are little, it's easy to do everything for them. After all, they rely on us for everything from changing their diapers to feeding them. But as they get older, the demands and responsibilities pile up, and it can be exhausting trying to keep up with everything.

It's important to recognize that you don't have to do it all yourself. In fact, it's better for everyone involved if you don't. Delegating tasks to your children not only takes some of the weight off of your shoulders, but it also teaches them important life skills and gives them a sense of responsibility and accomplishment.

Of course, getting your kids to actually do chores can be easier said than done. But there are a few strategies that can make it a little more manageable. Here are some tips for delegating tasks to your kids:

  1. Start small. If your kids aren't used...

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