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Mommin’ like a Boss

16th April 2018

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As a mom, it can be easy to get caught up in taking care of your family and forget to take time for yourself. That’s why we came up with our 30-day ‘Mommin’ like a Boss’ challenge: 30 simple things you can do for yourself to help you find your total confidence.

Challenges:

  • Day 1: Use Twinsaver paper plates, because why spend your days and nights washing dishes?
  • Day 2: Connect with a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while and make plans to hang out.
  • Day 3: Reach out to another mom to seek parenting advice.
  • Day 4: Find a recipe for a meal you’ve always wanted to try and give it a go.
  • Day 5: Go on a picnic. Twinsaver wax wrap will keep your food fresh, and paper cups, plates and serviettes mean very little clean-up.
  • Day 6: Take some time just for yourself. Go for a walk, take a bubble bath, watch a movie.
  • Day 7: Sign up for an online class. Almost anything is available online these days.
  • Day 8: Do something small for someone else – a random act of kindness.
  • Day 9: Express your creativity! There are plenty of crafty ways to use household items like paper plates to spruce up a room.
  • Day 10: Do something that scares you. There’s no better way to build your self-confidence than to face your fears.
  • Day 11: Contact someone you care about and tell them why they’re important to you.
  • Day 12: Instead of throwing food scraps away, use them to make compost for your garden.
  • Day 13: Start recycling. Separate your paper plates, cups and serviettes from your other rubbish and mark them for recycling.
  • Day 14: Check out clubs and societies in your area and spend time with people who share your interests.
  • Day 15: Pick up a hobby. Try something new you have always wanted to do.
  • Day 16: Take some time away from the rush. Turn off your TV, step away from social media and relax.
  • Day 17: Not a morning person? Make lunch the night before. Twinsaver wax wrap and multi-plastic bags will keep food fresh, and you’ll have a few extra minutes in the morning.
  • Day 18: Try out a new exercise – start a class, join a boot camp, or just find ideas online.
  • Day 19: Find and visit a food market in your area.
  • Day 20: Set yourself a fitness goal. Whether you want to run a marathon or dance the Tango, set a goal and start working towards it.
  • Day 21: Pamper yourself with a DIY face mask. Using disposable paper cups means no clean-up afterwards.
  • Day 22: Organise a “girls’ night” for you and some friends. Stay in or go out, just spend some time relaxing.
  • Day 23: Take a walk in your garden or around the block. Spend some time outside in the sun and build up your vitamin D.
  • Day 24: Take 10 minutes to be still. Meditate, think of what you’re grateful for, or just close your eyes and enjoy where you are.
  • Day 25: Send the kids over to a friend – or wait until they’re asleep – and treat yourself to a “chick flick”. Don’t forget the tissues!
  • Day 26: Watch a documentary on something that interests you.
  • Day 27: Broaden your skills. There are all sorts of “how to” videos on YouTube and other sites that can help you learn new skills or improve the ones you have.
  • Day 28: Talk to someone you don’t know. Meeting new people can help broaden your outlook. Talk to someone you don’t know. Meeting new people can help broaden your outlook.
  • Day 29: Read a book, just for fun.
  • Day 30: Clear out the clutter. We hang onto so much we don’t need “just in case”. Choose one area that you want to clear out. Whether it’s your handbag or your kitchen, clearing your space will help clear your head.

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