Easy 5 min Daily Self Care for Mothers Everywhere

Want to take your day from blah to fabulous in five easy steps? Follow the below and you will certainly make your days brighter. It took me a while to go over what exactly it is that keeps me going on a positive note. “It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be.” these words are a great motivator to becoming a better version of yourself.

Every single day, we strive to get through all our tasks. Wouldn’t it be better to enjoy those very tasks with a healthier, better version of ourselves?

So, today I share the easiest life hacks that made a world of difference to my life and I’m sure they will help you too.


Find a way that works for you to better yourself. Listen to a podcast, read a book, drive around with an audio book playing. 10 minutes in the car on a way to a meeting or in the shower. Take time to better yourself. Use tips by others to better your mind and body.


I take my vitamins: This one is so important and it’s so easy. It literally takes 10 seconds, and it prevents so much. You being healthy is one of the best ways you can take care of your kids. Remember that time last winter when you were sick, and you still had to take care of the house and the kids? Yeah, it sucked big time. So let us try to prevent that this winter!


Stretch & Meditate and/or workout. This is the easiest way to have a positive start or end to your day. Who doesn’t need to lower their blood pressure and increase patience? Plus I’m old, my body does not move like it used to! Stretching & meditating for a few minutes in the morning makes a huge difference. Even if it’s only for 5 minutes, it still helps a lot.


The majority of your body is made of water so staying hydrated just makes sense. I’m not going to lie; it’s a challenge even for me. I get busy, and pretty soon it’s 7:00 pm and I haven’t had a drop. So here’s what I do for both my son and I. We have our water bottles and the go EVERYWHERE with us. I don’t care where we go or for how long, the water bottles come with us.


Reassess your day. Every night my son and I say what we are thankful for. Some nights it’s our time spent with Grandma and other nights it’s macaroni and cheese. The point is,  I want my son to know that there is always something to be grateful for. Some days are easy and some days are tough, but at the end of the day, there is always a reason to be thankful.

What do you ladies do to help improve your day? I would love to know so I can add them to my daily routine.

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