Top 10 Tips for Stay-At-Home Moms to Turn A Bad Day Around are one of my most well-known gifts. Without much effort, I can think of why … because we all have such days. One reason I love the blogosphere is that I would regularly communicate with different mothers around the world, sharing a large number of common deterrents and emotions, and we will all be able to find strategies to energize and reinforce each other. Isn’t platform an incredible instrument?
I fell across a few brilliant posts with increasingly incredible ideas on what to do when the Day could be slowing, or boredom creeping in, for you and your family … and thought I’d share five of my favorite choices. If we have difficult days (and they’re just part of life!), it’s awesome to be armed with clever thoughts and put that “radiance” into haziness.
Should you have another thought (or post) that helped you bond with your kids on a bad day, it would be perfect for linking it in the remarks! We would share radiance, do we?
I enjoyed having a “relax spot” from Trips At Home With Mum – which you will see as a guest article here. The thinking is that, unlike putting kids in a “devil corner” or isolation, a “relax corner” is a fun way to let us spend some relaxed time in a safe location and then catch up while things become increasingly silent. Included are seven ideas about what kids should leap at the opportunity to do right now to help calm down and re-focus.
A calming place is indeed an exceptional idea for mothers! I would count several minutes I would enjoy a “relaxing seat” where I can sip some water and take full breaths in peace, preparing myself to start the Day’s worth of work with a more glorious grin. The Mommy Meltdown Basket is a lovely thought from Linking Family and Seoul. Right now, you can find out how bringing a couple of quiet things together can help the mother deal with herself and interface with her children when the circumstance is troublesome.
PRACTICE I find these perfect (and basic!) unwinding techniques at Octavia and Vicky. The post shares five thoughts to help kids unwind, which will definitely enable mom to unwind.
Peruse OR LISTEN TO AUDIO STORIES Perusing and tuning into sound stories are two separate approaches to device and consideration of an alternative topic. For the little ones, hands-on books are especially useful – you can both plunk and spend some relaxed time flipping at pages and seeing images and surfaces. I saw so many delightful “Calm Books” on And Next Comes L, and here’s the link to the brilliant instructional exercise posted there.
DO AN ACTIVITY TO “RESET” THE DAY This Pennington Point post shares 20 approaches to enjoyment by doing a straightforward movement. I’ll allude to this post in search of a brisk disturbance! Having some good times together, much after a fit of disappointment arrangement, is an ideal way to interface and top off adoration tanks.
What do you think? Could these thoughts work when you’re having a hard day, bringing some radiance back home?
What are you doing on a hard day? Otherwise, which thought might you like to try?