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Stress is a major aspect of being a mom. It starts as soon as we are pulled out of bed by hungry and hyper children. Managing the stress is such a process in itself. Many of the experts advise on taking time to yourself. But, in my opinion, committing to time to myself is stressful. I don’t need time to myself, I need time to get some things done. Getting things done is what relieves stress in my world. But really, there’s always things to be done, and learning to manage our stress is the best direction we can take. Here are some tips that help me manage the stress in my life, and believe me, I have a lot.



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First, take Fish Oil:

This is the simplest step you can take. I take Nature Made® Fish Oil 1200mg One Per Day. It’s sold at Walmart as a single item or Twin Pack (one for home/work, yourself/significant other, or merely “great value”) Take Only 1 softgel per day provides 720mg of heart healthy omega-3s (660 mg EPA/DHA).†  Nature Made® fish oil supply only comes from wild caught ocean fish, not farm raised fish, which I love, and there’s N Color Added, No Artificial Flavors, No Yeast or Starch, Gluten Free.

Second, Get a Stress Notebook:

I have a stress notebook, which is included in my planner. I use my planner to remember dates and deadlines, but also to write down the things that are stressing me out that day. I do this because it helps me vent and get it off of my mind, and sometimes when I write it down, I realize it’s not that much. Things seem bigger in your mind, so when you right it down on paper it becomes smaller and more manageable. Most of the time, I can make an action plan to knock some of the smaller stressors off my list. Other times, it reminds me to pray about the larger things that are causing me stress. When I look back at the items that were stressing me out, I find thanks in the blessings, which centers me to move forward in my day with more faith and peace. A stress notebook is something that doesn’t have to be a part of your planner, and it doesn’t really have to be a journal either. Its just a running list of stresses that helps me see that they are smaller than they seem. Then I can move forward in the day with lighter steps.

Third, Bump The Tunes And Dance:

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been up maybe an hour, had one sip of coffee and literally cleaned 43 messes and broke up 17 fights. So, I get my jams on. I dance a little and continue rocking momlife to a better beat by drowning out the whining. I encourage my boys to dance with me, and the baby loves to be held while I’m dancing. It throws us out of a funk and back into a positive mood. I like to get some old school Micheal Jackson on, Justin Timerberlake, Country Music, or if the kids are lucky, I’ll put some kid version sing-along playlist on. But this is more for me, so it doesn’t happen often.

The stress of momlife is something we can’t avoid or escape. Its constant and every day, so finding small things to help us manage our stress is so important. These three tips are ways I personally get through the difficulties, what are some ways you handle mom stress? I’d love to more ideas to help me get through the day! Remember to check out the Nature Made® Fish Oil 1200mg One Per Day. That I grab at Walmart to help your brain manage the stress!


† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


I have a very specialized program for postpartum mamas looking to heal, nourish and regain their strength. I really struggled healing after my first child, and even went through pelvic floor physical therapy for weeks to manage scar tissue that developed from tearing. I have experience studying nutrition, physical therapy and I taught Pilates, so I’ve put together a program I wish I would’ve followed from the beginning.

A program that first heals your body through specialized movements and nourishing foods. Foods are so essential to your body finding the nutrients it needs to put itself back together again. Your postpartum body needs special care in the first 4-6 weeks where you focus on regaining strength and properly fueling your body for breastfeeding.

Here is what one mama emailed me on the program:

“I absolutely love the program! Just got finished with workout 4 and I’m dying😂 I can only do these 2x thru and my second round is pretty funny to see I’m sure😉! I will work up to 3x:-) By the way, your little boy angel in the videos is too precious and makes me smile! My boys have been doing these with me as well🙌🏼!

The information and the eating plan are both fantastic. I was so happy to hear that great waynof calorie counting when nursing! I have gotten my 3 day average and now I’m going to reduce by 100 calories today! Thanks so much!!
I haven’t had a chance to recommend to postpartum moms yet but I will soon!! 😘

Here is what another mama posted in the Facebook Group:

Feeling GREAT on this program!!! It’s unbelievable how eating clean makes such a difference. Let me rephrase that…it’s amazing the difference eating nutrient dense foods makes! My skin is glowing and I’m already shedding pounds! I also tried the first workout today and did well although I had to modify a bit and omit the backwards burpee (I had cesarean just over a month ago and don’t quite feel ready for that exercise just yet but I will get there). Loving this plan! Thank you SO MUCH for tour help! Currently eating pictures lunch while writing this ​”

This program then moves you into gaining physical fitness back. I will never forget the first time I tried to go for a run around 12 weeks postpartum after my first baby. I didn’t do any strength work, so I was literally jelly. I had lost all my extra fat and my previous muscle. So depressing. I was barely able to start gaining it back before I got pregnant and sick again with my second. I’ve learned so much on maintaining muscle postpartum through a unique diet and Pilates routines. I walk you through all of this too!

Lastly, I take you into a workout program to combine with a meal plan to help you lose the baby weight, not your milk!! !

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I created this program to be affordable and realistic for new mams!

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