If you’ve been a mom for a week or 20 years, you know mom burnout is very real.
In my latest video, I am sharing 3 ways to deal with mom burnout that I had to recently put to the test.
Mom burnout happens a lot during our motherhood journey. Just recently, I had a lot going on between work, church, my parents and my home life. I was overwhelmed by it all but applying these tips really helped me get back to feeling good!
1. Make Time for Yourself
We say we will do this but very few of us really do. Making time for yourself should be on your priority list every week. Even if it isn’t every day (because, let’s be realistic), do it as often as you are able.
2. Have a Routine.
Having a routine isn’t only good for you, but for your family too. Everything runs a whole lot smoother when there is a solid routine in place.
3. Get Out of the House
Looking at same walls every day can really take an affect on you. Whether you are a work at home mom, stay at home mom or if you work outside of the home; getting away from home to do something you enjoy will truly make a difference.