Make Your Boundaries Clear

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In meeting the daily (and abundant) needs of their children, mothers tend to overlook the self within them that begs for attention. I think most moms do this. Don’t you tend to put yourself last? If you’re nodding “yes” then you should know that neglect often leads to a deterioration of self. That’s right. Your sense of self will begin to wane under the duress of neglect, and before you know it, … [Read more...]

Bringing Om “Home”

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As Thanksgiving nears, I wanted to share with you a guest post from travel expert, Kendra Thornton. Although Kendra's bio describes an accomplished woman in the field of travel and hospitality, she knows a few things about keeping herself mentally and physically balanced through the use of yoga. Because we focus on the importance of all moms pursuing their personal interests, talents, or ambitions … [Read more...]

What Have I Done?

Daniel with Myles on day of pick up, Nov 10, 2013

I like to joke with my best friend that I'm a fraud.  I preach about mom's self-care and ways to create boundaries so that a mom maintains her sense of self, happiness, and positive overall well-being....and what do I do?   I agree to get a puppy?  OMG.  A little crazy, especially at this time in my life with so much going on like posts to write, workshops to conduct, coaching calls to take,  and … [Read more...]

Practice Your Humor

Halloween seems like the perfect time to put away stress and embrace some fun.  You can pretend to be someone else (or something else) for a day. A little bit of fun can go a long way, which brings me to my next point.  Laughter is one of the best weapons against stress.  I know motherhood can get stressful and it's easy to lose your way and your humor amidst all the chores, demands, and … [Read more...]

What’s In A Logo

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It took me months to design a logo for In Mom's Corner, but as soon as I crafted this one, I knew it was right.  It was all about the swirl. The symbol within the boxed "M" means a few things to me. Mostly it means movement.  We, as mothers, are always moving. Yes, driving here and there; picking up this and putting away that; running this errand and coordinating that event.  It never seems to … [Read more...]