What do happy moms do on a regular basis to stave off stress, grumpiness, and dissatisfaction? We know that no mom is happy ALL the time, but in Episode 137 we’re digging deep into five habits of mostly-happy moms. Next week we’ll share five more habits to round out this two-part series. Enjoy!
Part 2 of this series is now up! Listen via the player below, and check the show notes here.
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 137:
- The Happiest Mom (Parenting Magazine): 10 Secrets to Enjoying Motherhood (Meagan’s 2011 book with Parenting Magazine)
- Other podcast episodes you might enjoy:
- How To (REALLY) Help A New Mom (our LIVE episode, based on the blog post Sarah wrote called 5 Unexpected Ways To Help A New Mom)
- It’s All Gonna Be OK (And Other Truths Moms Need To Hear) (our 100th episode)
- KJ Dell’Antonia is our friend and parenting writer whose book about being a happier parent comes out later this year. Sign up for KJ’s email newsletter here, or visit her website at www.kjdellantonia.com.
Elizabeth Rudd-Myers says
Loved this episode. I was expecting the typical advice – have date night , workout, etc. your comments were unexpected and really made me think.
Sarah Powers says
Elizabeth, thank you! This is such a compliment. So glad you enjoyed!
Loved this and I love your podcast! As a new mom it always really hits me with points that I never do think of, it also def. makes me feel that I am not alone on a lot things that come with being a parent! 🙂