This summer, while we're feeling like we're missing out because most 'things' are cancelled, we are happy that exercising is NOT one of them! In fact, on the spectrum of safe activities to engage in right now, exercising outdoors alone or in small groups is very low risk!
Mom guilt. It's real and it's 1,000 times more prevalent these days as we navigate new roles as mom-teacher, mom-nurse, mom-entertainer, mom-maid, mom-mom. How can we feel good while we're surrounded by chaos?
Mother Love Challenge 2020 (MOLO) has been a whirlwind of ups and downs. Most importantly, it has been full of positive changes. I was so excited to start my first MOLO and really wanted to put my all into it.
I am so thankful that I was putting the time and effort into making myself a priority during the Mother Love Challenge (MOLO 2020). It helped me lay a solid foundation of support during these uncertain times.
An international pandemic. Leap year. Daylight Savings Time. A full moon. Friday the 13th AND a new trending phrase ‘social distancing’ happening all in the same week. Whoa mama! By nature we are all social beings who need community and interaction with others. Social gatherings boost our serotonin levels, and help us learn how to connect on a deeper level. So with schools closing, events canceled, and social distancing, how do we maintain our community when in isolation?