Stop doing these 10 things to save your time and sanity this holiday season.
Year after year, the top resolutions remain the same - get fit, lose weight, save money, eat healthy and quit (insert unhealthy habit here). A few weeks (or if you’re lucky a few months) into the new year, often these resolutions fall to the side as every day life takes over. But what if I told you there’s one New Year’s resolution you could keep all throughout the year?
It feels like just yesterday I was staring out my bedroom window squinting at the stars trying to make out Santa’s sleigh and reindeer in the snowy night sky. My heart was filled with magic as I held on tightly to the belief that Santa was out there flying around the world putting smiles on the faces of so many.
We live in a world where we’re increasingly having babies away from our hometowns, which means often without the support of long-term friends and family. This is exciting because we have a chance to create new friendships, but it can also be daunting during a time when there are so many new changes happening in our lives. The early months of motherhood can be especially isolating marking the importance of building a strong support network.