Memory For Mommies

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Memory Help

Get Organized for the Holidays

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Ready or not, the holiday season is here! For many people, this time of year means increased stress and busy-ness. Whether you’re hosting a holiday meal, preparing for guests, or traveling to visit friends or family, being organized can save you time, money, and stress.  In addition, it can make the season more memorable. Here are some tips and ideas for how to make that happen:

PrioritiesStart by thinking through your expectations for this holiday season. What’s important to you - time with family, eating your favorite childhood foods, decorating, special gifts…? Discuss with your family your and their expectations. Make a list of traditions and new ideas, and decide what’s really important. It’s OK to stop the auto-pilot thinking that “we have to do it this way because we’ve always done it that way.”  Spend your time and your money in alignment with those priorities.


Five Tips to Getting Things Done

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The life of a mom seems never ending. There never seems to be enough time in a day to get everything done.  Heck with all the distractions in a day it seems virtually impossible to get just one thing done. Well, unless you clone yourself (like in this picture), then getting things done is a snap. But given that you probably won’t be able to clone yourself anytime soon, here are some key tips to getting things done.
1) Put Your To-Do List on Paper 


5 Brain Healthy Holiday Dishes

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The holidays are a wonderful time for friends, family and food.  It is a time of tradition and memories.  It is also a time when we totally break free from our diets, abusing our body and brain by eating and drinking almost anything that we see (or smell).  While that’s a fine approach, we do have the opportunity to make choices that will  help our health and brain performance (without sacrificing flavor and tradition) during the holidays.  

Here are 5 brain and body healthy recipes with traditional ingredients that will make your holidays special.  

Memory and Energy Help for New Mommies

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The one point in time where mommies really struggle with their energy, memory and brain health is in the first six months after child birth. So many factors impact a mom’s memory and energy at this point that it’s overwhelming. Factors such as, hormonal changes, lack of sleep, new child integration, establishing new habits, hyper focus on the health and wellness of the child, and others make it extremely difficult for a mom to focus on maintaining her brain health and energy.

Stephanie Miles of the Baby Center recommends a few easy nutrition steps that can improve your energy, memory, and brain health.



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