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Jan 05, 2010


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I'm making baby steps too, hoping to make some progess, but I know if I attempt anything to drastic I'll never follow through.
My baby steps are similar to yours...
-eat a little healthier by not snacking so often and eating less junk food
-work out twice a week
-stop telling my 2 year old 'just a minute' when he wants me to play with him.
-make sure I read more w/ my kids during the day and not just before bed


My biggest resolution is to pray morning and evening. Since I've failed terribly trying myself, I'm thinking about spending my saved pennies on a Life Coach to help me create this really important habit. I know it sounds incredibly religous and fanatical but, in my opinion, our spiritual lives are the most important.

Cara Fox

Oh yes, don't even get me started on my spiritual shortcomings. I've started "Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World" in my quest to address that - how far do you think I've gotten in the MONTH since I've read the book - about less than halfway - LOL. What I really need is more hours in the day! Best of luck to both of you on your baby steps!


My 2 big resolutions are to continue getting healthier this year (that's been my resolution for the last 17 years or so but since I already started last fall, it may stick this time) and to be a DONA certified Doula by next New Years. The get healthier has already yielded unexpected benefits. Part of that goal was to get a bare minimum of 30 min of some sort of activity on the Wii fit every day even if it was just free step. I figured out that my 9 month old, who previously only went down at night nursing, will go to sleep in her Mei Tai while I'm free-stepping on the Wii and then actually let me put her down.


I have a ton of changes I'd like to implement and I love your list. I keep trying to scale back on the caffeine and then we go through a family cold or sleep issue or something and I go right to it to keep my sanity.

Your tip on not needing to exercise an entire hour hits home here. I don't even go to the gym anymore since I can't get the imaginary allotted time done.

Cara Fox

So I'm thinking I need a Wii. I'm the last person on the planet without one and everyone I know is using theirs to exercise. Seemed like a shady workout to me (video game?!) which is why I didn't jump on the bandwagon, but all you girls are swearing it's legit. Bday gift, maybe?

And props to you, Molly, for figuring out how to settle the wee one as a bonus!


Wow! I JUST posted on this and clicked over to our site. I can so relate to everything in your post! It's true, baby steps are the way to go. Giving up caffeine 4 years ago has made a huge difference for me- keep trying! We mothers all have the same struggles so it's nice to hear what others are doing to balance this crazy life called Motherhood. And, I don't have a Wii. Maybe I need one, too.

healthy lifestyle

you have a good list tips recommendation, i think to change my habits into more healthy habits will be the good one.

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