Stay At Home Mom’s Survival Guide

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Stay at Home Moms’ Survival Guide

“I like to work on my garden or read books that take me to other places. I sneak in a chapter or two with breakfast or lunch, mentally retreating to someplace else. My own ‘virtual respite’, so to speak.” – Kim”I run marathons. To me it means 4-5 hours with nobody asking me for juice, or a snack, or what’s for lunch. I can think and ponder and suffer with no interruptions. Ellen”It was the night meetings of my moms’ group that really saved my sanity. Just knowing that I had that locked-in time with no little voice constantly asking for my attention gave me the light at the end of the tunnel, on those days that I thought would never end.” Mria”I go to the gym. It’s a place where there are adults only, I can listen to whatever I wish, and ‘sweating it out’ does wonders for my psyche.” – Gina”When my youngest entered preschool I started playing tennis. Here was a place I could meet new people not connected to my children in any way. On the tennis court, I am simply be myselfnot the ‘mother of’ somebody.” – SusanThis year was the first time I contributed to an IRA in the 11 years since I have been home. It was a light bulb moment for me. – DignaI stopped feeling guilty about taking a break when both children are at school. My pay is going for a walk or reading a book during the day. – JacquieI give myself a time paycheck. I try to provide a time that is solely focused on me or my needs, whatever that may be for that week. It really isnt about money. – ChristiI was part of a new moms group. It was mental help to me as a new mom. It helped me feel normal. – AndreaI rely on group therapy library groups, moms clubs and now the school playground! – JacquieI think one of the best lessons we can teach our children is that we are always learning, that there is always more to be learned and that we are willing to learn and grow. Perhaps it is the only true training for parenthood there can be! – KimDevelop a group of moms close by who are in your same situation. – CaroleI have found great pleasure in a group of Moms that play Bunko together. We always begin our evenings with munchies and conversation for at least an hour before we actually play. It’s always great to hear another’s wisdom and build friendships with a great group of women too. – DanielleGet to know your children’s friends. You may not become great buddies, but you’ll learn how to be a good friend to their child when their child is playing with mine and hopefully it becomes a positive support for those times when our kids behave out of the box or book. – Andrea”I started a ladies’ dinner club that meets every other month. No kids or husbands allowed. It’s fun to see everyone’s homes and just socialize.” CyndiMy mother-in-law told me that I should have some sort of investment account in my name only. I opened my own IRA and still put money into it regularly. In a way, I do think of it as investing my pay. – KimSpecial treats, especially smoothies and coffee drinks, and ordering pizza at least twice month to give me a break from cooking. – LauraI sometimes splurge when I feel its due time. This might mean a manicure, a facial, something to make me feel more alive. – Ann
Stay at Home Moms’ Survival Guide

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