5 Tips To Make A Mom’s Life Easier

5 tips to make a mom's life easier

1 Comment / LifestyleParenting / By Shyla

Being a mom can be challenging, but here are some great and actionable tips to make your life easier! 5 tips, to be exact. So if you have a rough time with momming, let me lend you some advice as a mother of 2. No, there is definitely no mom shaming here, by the way. Just 5 tips to make a mom’s life easier.

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We have all experienced the struggle…

We have all been there when you are trying to get your child ready for the babysitter or an appointment (you are already running late). You can’t find anything you need, the kid’s shoes are nowhere to be found, your hair is a mess, nothing is coming together, and you are frantic.

Just Breathe…

As women and mothers, we sometimes need to step back and calm our minds. I know that seems impossible, but there are small time windows each day where we must reflect and dedicate ourselves.

Here are 5 tips to make a mom’s life easier.

Tip 1 – Organize

There should be a place for everything. Simplifying everything might take some time at first, but you’ll be glad you did it. Even get your kid’s to help!

Let them know, for instance, “This is where shoes go; place them here every day when you get home” or “Hang your jacket here each day when you come inside.” You will be surprised how your kid will love to help and be involved. It will keep your children busy while helping you organize.

Tip 2 – Keep it simple

What do I mean by keeping it simple? In my household, I like to do things the easy way. For instance, instead of lace-up shoes for my four-year-old, I buy her slip-ons. It’s quicker! It’s more convenient! Anything helps. Plus, they are still totally cute!

Simple hairstyles (like ponytails) and simple outfits that are easy to slip on. Try to lower expectations of what your day might look like and expect the unexpected.

The fewer details you worry about, the lower your stress level will be!

Tip 3 – Stick to your budget.

As I mentioned in my previous step, people will never notice if you or your child are wearing the most expensive shirts or underwear. People tend to associate price with quality. In some cases, this can be true, but most of the time, there are ways to cut corners.

If spending tons of money makes you feel better, then be my guest. However, a pair of Hane’s underwear is just as comfortable, if not even more so, than some 60-dollar Victoria’s Secret underwear. I am not one to pass judgment on what kind of underwear you feel like putting on, but if you stop and consider how much money you are spending that isn’t necessary, you can save yourself and your wallet some pain.

Tip 4 – Don’t stress about other people’s opinions.

We have all sat around overthinking something someone said to us. Whether it’s criticism about your job, life, husband, or how you raise your kids. Everyone has an opinion. Again, STOP and think – chances are, the people criticizing you do not know you that well.

Those people only know part of your story. Nor do they live and walk in your shoes. You don’t need to get caught up in that kind of negativity. Hold your head high and move on! If this is a continuous trend, remove yourself from the situation. If it is someone you work with, consider another career.

We can’t stop people from their opinions, but we can make changes independently if needed. 

And finally…

Tip 5 – Enjoy life’s little moments.

When all the chaos of the day is over, and you are at your wit’s end, just remember that one day there might not be little footsteps running around your house anymore.

There may not be mud tracked across your kitchen, or toys are strewn about your house. One day there may not be echoes of laughter filling your home. Take time with your children and play with them when they ask you to.

It might seem inconvenient at the time, but at the end of the day, your child will not remember the expensive toy you bought them, but the time you read the story about the princess for the 25th time and the blanket you built in the living room. So it’s the simple things that matter most.

Bonus Tips To Make A Mom’s Life Easier

In 2018 I started the Sincere Mommy blog hoping to become a stay-at-home mom with a sustainable income. In 2019 I quit my full-time job and have followed my dream ever since.

If becoming a mom blogger, craft blogger, or niche blogger interests you, you can start by creating your own domain with Bluehost like I did.

They offer affordable web hosting and support to help you get started. Blogging is not a get-rich-quick scheme but can become lucrative over time.

There are many ways to earn with a blog. You can be one step closer to becoming financially independent and spending more time with your family!

Need a little extra help?

Motherhood is no easy road. It has ups and downs and sometimes you just have questions that you need answers to. You may even just need confirmation that you’re doing the right thing from time to time.

If you want to get connected with a great support network you can check out: MomSupport.org

Just remember, you got this!

If you enjoyed this blog post you may also enjoy a few of my other ones!

How To Earn Money As A New Craft Blogger

10 Ways You Can Market Your Craft Products To Sell

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