If you are a mother, you might be spending a lot of time taking care of your kids and spouse

If you are a mother, you might be spending a lot of time taking care of your kids and spouse. You must also take care of yourself to stay healthy and happy which in turn would make you a better mom. You can take good care of yourself by following the simple ways given below. You can find few more ways at moms. com. Allot some time for yourself Even though taking sometime for you would sound like an impossible task, make sure you sneak in sometime for yourself to feel better. You can try to go on a shopping trip when your family members are enjoying a nap. You can ask your relatives, friends or husband to take care of your kids and go to a spa for a massage, watch your favorite movie or take a nap. This will leave you refresh or happy. Enjoy sleeping Do you remember the last time when you had slept for 8 hours at a stretch? If you have the habit of sleeping for 4 or 5 hours learn to increase your sleeping time. Having enough amount of sleep is beneficial for you as a mother as it will keep you energetic, drive away the process of aging and keep serious medical conditions away. Hence make sure you get enough amount of rest. Demand help Modern moms are good at multitasking and they have to take care of a number of works at the same time. If you have lot of work to do, feel free to ask for help from your family members. You can ask your parents to take your kids to school or park. Seek your husband help to do the shopping for groceries. If you have older kids, you can ask them to chip in while cooking or table care of other chores in the kitchen. Enjoy and have fun You have to remember that considering your kids as your life is not wrong but you must not forget to have some fun to stay active and happy. You can go to a movie with your husband or enjoy a dinner at your favorite restaurant or enjoy a favorite show in a theatre. Try to make your life a normal one by doing everything you enjoyed before having your children. All these simple ways would help you to be a better mom and help you stay relaxed every day. Hmmm… Is parenthood really just like college? Do you believe so? Come on then, help me delve these common issues and stuff that the two are being likened with. This is an excerpt from 14 Hours ‘Til Bedtime by Jen Singer which I figured you moms out there could relate! So here, I am gonna enumerate them for you! You feel like you’re constantly being tested. Someone’s always smarter than you (or at least they think they are!). Your roommates are slobs, and they steal your food. All-nighters. Theres nothing in your bank account. You get kicked out of the library for leaving behind crumbs, and creating a ruckus. Keg parties and parties at Chuck E. Cheese produce he same kind of hangover. You never seem to be able to get the place to yourself. Naps. You hate your roommates’ music, and they hate yours. You can neither identify nor locate the source of that funky smell coming from your roommates’ closet. Five in the morning is really. really early - or really, really late - depending on whether or not you’ve been to bed yet. People talk while you’re in the shower. You’re too exhausted to retain what you’re reading. Oh, now you can identify that smell. You forgot to take that half-eaten sandwich out of the backpack yesterday. You’re wearing your college sweatshirt again - it’s the cleanest thing you could find. Someone always leaves a party crying. Hey! How about pizza again? You think you’re the only one who feels clueless. It goes so fast. How’s that? Well, I am a back-to-school mommy myself and I am smiling my heart out as I’m reading this one. So is parenthood just like college really? I don’t have a teenager yet, but I’m sure for those who have, the statements ring a bell. Regardless of what age our kids are though, having them is just like being successful in taking up our college dreams, right?

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