Moms need a break

As moms, our life can be hectic and chaotic. There’s always something to do, or someone who needs our help/attention, just to name two things that we need to do on a daily basis.

As rewarding as it can be, and as much as we may enjoy it, it can also be just as exhausting.

It’s so easy to put our family’s needs ahead of our own, and have an easy time putting our needs aside a lot of the time. However, in order for us to do all that needs to be done and be there for our family, we also need to make some time for us. We need to make sure we recharge our battery.

Here are some things to remember and think about when it comes to take time for ourselves.

#1. We deserve a break.

With everything that moms do, we deserve to take some time to relax and take a break. It’s something that we need too.

#2. We can’t do anything if we don’t recharge our batteries.

Yes, I know that we want to be there for our families and do everything for them. I know we want to pour our energies into that.

But at the end of the day, we can’t do much if our energy is low and we don’t take time for ourselves. We can’t give our best if we don’t take 5 minutes to take a breath.

Final thoughts.

Obviously, I’m not saying we should neglect our families. But we also shouldn’t neglect ourselves. I get that we can’t take all day to ourselves but if we can manage to take 5 minutes every so often just to ourselves, then we should do so.

We need to take time and make ourselves a priority as well.

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  • Amanda

    Yessss! So agree with this. We do all deserve a break at times. Thanks so much for sharing

  • Rachel Duerden

    It must be hard for mums at the moment especially having to home school their kids at the moment. I think you all do an amazing job.

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