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The saying “so much to do, so little time” was once a cliché we could all relate to. But these days, such seems to be inapplicable, for most of us are at home due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). With more time on our hands now, we ask, what more can we do to stay productive?
If there’s anything we are learning from our current reality during this time, it is that we can now do what we’ve always wanted to accomplish in the comforts of our home—be it baking, cooking, gardening, and other hobbies we had no time to learn before.
Interested? Here are some activities you may want to try to make the most out of the ECQ period.Continue reading
Having a baby can be the most wonderful, but hardest, thing a woman will ever do. Growing a child in your body means giving up what’s best for you and focusing on what’s best for that baby for nine and a half months.
But once you give birth, it’s easy to continue to neglect yourself in favor of nurturing the tiny being that you helped to create. Yet what many moms forget is that your self-esteem and confidence extends to the baby, so it is important to find that inner strength that is inside you and unlock it to teach your child how to be happy, too.
Your self-esteem is crucial to your happiness and success as a parent, but how do you manage to find the time, energy, and drive to bother with yourself when you are so busy and exhausted from taking care of your baby?
Here are 8 simple ways you can restore your self-esteem after you have a child.
8 Ways to Boost Your Confidence After You Give Birth
1. Fake it ‘til you make it. A lot of being a confident mother is in understanding and accepting that you don’t always know what you are doing, and that’s okay. Even the most seasoned of parents come across brand new scenarios that they don’t know how to handle, because every child is unique.
Instead, those parents who look like they know what they’re doing have simply mastered the “fake it ‘til you make it” technique, or the knowledge that sometimes you just have to be flexible, roll with the punches, and learn the lesson for the next time whatever happened happens.
2. Give yourself more credit and more time. Moms are often expected to put their bodies through the trauma of nine months of carrying a child and hours upon hours of labor, and then jump right in and be a perfect, loving, patient mother.
This is not only unfeasible, but it’s also downright dangerous. Your body just went through the equivalent of a trainwreck. You need to give it the credit it deserves for surviving such a shock and give it more time to heal before you expect to even halfway know what you’re doing.
Gymnastics sport is more into back-flip and forward roll. This performance requires physical strength, flexibility, power, agility, coordination, grace, balance, and control. Even though this kind of sport is just more on flipping, jumping and rolling, still just like any other sports the multitude of life skills and physical benefits will make them a better person and succeed in life. Sharing below are some beneficial factors of getting into gymnastics sports.
Flexibility, the prime factor in gymnastics sports. This is important in injury prevention and helping prevent the everyday aches and pains. Greater flexibility and control of the body can be attained through learning movements and combining them in routine.
Develop Social Skills. Getting into gymnastics sport provides an opportunity to develop social skills. Young ones learn how to stand in line, look, listen and be quiet when others are talking, work and think independently as well as how to be respectful. These can be practiced as they grow, set as a good example and become role models to others.
School break is officially here! And you are probably wracking your nerves thinking of things to make the kids busy for the coming two and a half months. It is a mom’s greatest concern to make sure that kids spend their time wisely and productively.
There are lots of activities you can choose from: sports, arts, music and others. You just have to know what really interests them and let them explore. Listed below are fun summer learning activities that I can recommend to keep them busy all season. Continue reading