Guest Article by Jenny Wise
If you’re a new parent, you may be struggling to care for yourself. However, self-care is important for new moms and dads to stay confident, feel empowered, and be overall happier parents. So, how do you find time to put yourself first? Try these helpful tips for carving out more time during your week for some critical self-care.
Teaching ourselves and our children to set goals can be a tiresome and often neglected task. What if setting goals could be a fun, family activity? What if with some new innovative ideas about setting goals, you empower yourself and your children to actively create more of the life that brings fun and enthusiasm? Learn 4 ways that you can support your child in setting goals for a greater sense of accomplishment and confidence.
As the year comes to an end, this is a great time to begin to dream into the new year what greater possibilities lie ahead.
We all know that setting and achieving goals is a life skill encouraged for success and happiness. But it’s one that even adults REALLY struggle with. Studies say that only about 8% of people achieve their New Year’s resolutions! Before we can improve on goal setting success rates, it may be valuable to look at why so many people don’t succeed setting goals.
Mary shares her desire to create different possibilities for families and individuals who are looking to live a more conscious and aware lifestyle. BE YOU Parenting is for parents who want to BE all that they truly BE and to allow their kids the same privilege.