Inside: Every wonder how to turn a bad day around? The answer could be simpler than you think. Try these small moment fixes to be a better mom today!
Sometimes you have those sunshiny days. The baby slept through the night. Dinner is in the crock pot by 9:00 AM. The toddler is happily playing on the back porch. You’ve got a cup of coffee in hand, and you’re out of your PJs, ready to tackle anything.
But maybe today is not that day.
Are you having one of those days?
Your time is running short, your kids are running the halls, and you are running out of patience.
We’ve all been there, it’s part of the package that comes with motherhood sometimes. And I’m OK with that! These are character molding times y’all.
Let’s be honest. Not every day is going to go down in the record books as a great day.
But what can you do about it? What do you do with a day that seems to go all wrong?
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So if today is absolutely, positively NOT one of those sunshiny days, it’s OK. You don’t have to do a complete overhaul of your parenting toolbox. You don’t have to read seven books on mindful parenting. You don’t have to start a bullet journal to be a better mom.
Just start simple. Do just one of these ideas below. I promise you won’t regret it!
It seems to me you have two simple choices, mama:
1. Thow a pity-party and spend the rest of the day wishin’ and hopin’ tomorrow turns out better. (Ha! I’ve tried this. It ain’t working.)
2. Take action! Be proactive and turn the day around with these easy ideas to be a better mom in the small moments.
Julie is a mama, wife, and Jesus-lover. A former classroom teacher, she spends her days playing and learning with her son and daughter. Julie is convinced that every mother needs a daily dose of Grace and Truth to become the confident mom she's meant to be.