If you’re a mom (and you’re here, so I’d bet that you are) you are probably stressed, pressed for time, and running in a thousand directions at once. And maybe the idea of mediating is as foreign to you as Mandarin Chinese does to me. Well, I’ve figured out the secret . . . [Read more…]
Today is a day that I am in dire need of all the bad day cures I can get my hands on. I’ve stubbed my toe for the third time on a door jam that came loose and I keep forgetting about. I’ve stepped on about 4 toy mines that take over the place with a furious speed that my clean up mojo just cannot compete with (you know what I am talking about if you have a toddler or two, bless your heart), I burned lunch, things keep slipping through my fingers and falling over and over again, all the world’s worst drivers seem to be gravitating towards me and only me, and since 5 this morning, my kid just will. not. shut. up!
You can safely say, I am not having the best of days. Is the feeling of mutuality bubbling up inside you as you read this? Don’t worry mama, we got this! Bad days will come, even to the happiest of people but there are ways to fight back. Bad day cures are so easy to apply that you will have no problem making them a part of your life, not just that one bad day.
Meditation is a scientifically proven way to better your mind, body, and overall health. It’s been proven to ward off diseases, depression, and promote a healthy and happy way of life. But what about us moms? Especially those of us who are parenting and wild (or mild) toddler? Are you forced to do your meditation during nap times or after bedtime? It doesn’t have to be that way.
This might sound crazy but did you know you can, and should, mediate with your little one? Letting them in on this special time will help them in ways that will ensure your kids are equipped with a powerful technique to help them enhance themselves every day — for the rest of their lives!