Posted on by Debi Silber, The Mojo Coach
- greater confidence
- personal empowerment
- inner peace
- work outside the home
- work from home
- have a newborn, young children, grandchildren
- care for others
- or simply you’re ready to take better care of yourself…
- If you leave early in the morning for work, pack a gym bag the night before and head to the gym before you come home.
- Exercise during your lunch break, take a short walking break every hour during the day.
- Find an exercise buddy to walk with and be accountable on a regular basis.
- Get on your treadmill, use DVDs or just tune into your local exercise channel.
- If your children are a little older, give them a special activity they only get to do while you are working out.
- Exercise joggers allow you to walk, jog or run outside, with your child safely strapped in.
- Wear your baby in a Baby Bjorn or baby backpack when outside. This adds weighted resistance to your workout while taking away any excuse you may have!
- Join a class for moms and their kids. Many health clubs offer babysitting for a small fee.
- Hire a babysitter or find a friend who is willing to take turns babysitting so you can both make time for much needed self-care.
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