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Welcome to this "How to Be a Happy Mom" series!
I'm so happy that you're here! You're gonna love this.
I've been a mom for many years and have gone from
- barely surviving and really struggling as a mom
- to majorly thriving and absolutely loving being a mom.
I have so much to share with you that I started by creating this series. Please look through these titles of articles and pick a place to start.
I hope with all my heart that something here will touch you and help you find more joy in motherhood.
And please feel free to reach out with any questions or comments you might have. You can comment on the posts and/or send me an email at [email protected] I'm always glad to help!
How to Be a Happy Mom Series
- How to Be a Happy Mom: An Introduction
- My Story: How I Got Good at Being a Mom
- It’s All About Light and Focus
- #1 Tip for Better Parenting
- Self-Care for Moms – Is it Selfish? Or Necessary?
- Fundamental Self-Care Ideas That Will Make You a Happier Mom
- Best-Self Care Products Moms Will Love
- Tips & Helps to Avoid Mommy Burnout
- How to Do it All as a Mom
- How to Get More Things Done as a Mom
- How to be Happy on Mother’s Day
- How to Find Joy in Life
How I Got Good at Being a Mom
I will readily admit that there are moms out there who are better at certain skills of motherhood than I am, but I feel very strongly that no one loves being a mother more than I do.
My definition of being a 'good mom' may be different than someone else's definition, and that's ok. What I want to share with you is a somewhat brief story of how I went from
- being a young woman who wanted to be a mom and knew that it was a worthy and important thing, but quite frankly really stunk at it
- to being a mom who knows exactly her worth and value as a mom and who, quite frankly, is really good at it.
Perfect? Heavens, no. All of my weaknesses and flat-out failings included, I am a happy mom and I love being a mom more than anything.
How did I get this way? I'll tell you... (Go to the next article "How I Got Good at Being a Mom.")