Mama are you suffering from decision fatigue? We moms have to make so many decisions in a day (448, 385 to be exact) so it’s no wonder we’re suffering.
In my interview with Heather of Habit Maker Mama, we talk about combating decision fatigue by having solid habits in place. She explains why motivation won’t help us stick with our habits, how to change our bad habits (mine is midday cheesie snacking) and the benefits of having good habits in place. Plus Heather gives us simple tips to get started today!
Mom drinking has become the norm for those looking to relieve the overwhelm. Plus everyone does it so it can’t be that bad, can it? If you’re questioning whether you’re having a bit too much, struggling to cut back or just want to feel healthy again, don’t worry mama, you are not alone.
Alison of The Healthy Mom Coach, helps moms who overindulge in alcohol (but also sugar, phones, food, etc). She offers support in a world that seems to shun non-drinkers. Today she tells us her story, why it’s difficult to stop drinking, what JOMO is and also gives some great advice on how to cut back on alcohol.
Our precious sleep. For a lot of moms, sleep went out the window after having their first child. Yet sleep is so incredibly important especially for us mamas raising a family. We’ve all heard of sleep coaching for children, but did you know there are also coaches available for adults struggling with getting a restful slumber?
Sara of Sleepably joins us today to explain what a sleep coach does, tips on how to get more quality shuteye (banana tea anyone?) and all the benefits of doing so, including a stronger immune system.
Movement is often thought of as a gruelling, sweat session at the gym or a monotonous run on the treadmill. It doesn’t have to be that way! Make it an enjoyable part of self-care by doing an activity that’s fun and leaves you feeling invigorated. Have you ever thought of giving pole dance a try?
In this interview with Melanie of Volair Fitness, we become aware of the unlimited styles of pole dance and learn about her ‘on’ and ‘off’ the pole programs. She also offers some excellent advice for those looking to explore this dance form.
Self-care is all about nourishing ourselves – mind, body and soul. Nutrition does exactly that. However we believe that in order to nourish ourselves, to lead healthier lives, we need to make massive changes, eat foods we don’t really like and deprive ourselves of the foods we actually love.
In my interview with Jocie of The Nutrition Tank, she tells us how we can still enjoy the foods we love while becoming healthier, why eating a more balanced diet is important and what small changes you can make today that, with consistency, will result in big achievements.