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Many things contribute to well-being, I like to reference 5 overall factors: connect, be active, keep learning, give, take notice.
When you incorporate elements of these five factors occurring in your life, you will see and feel the world around you pivot and you are able to become the best version of yourself. Each of these five factors give us room to create space, grow and influence.
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It’s so hard to know where, let alone when to start exercising after having a baby. Especially if it is your first birth and to add to it, if you had a C-section. I mean seriously! They basically cut us in half!
It starts as they are a baby and then only gets worse as they grow older, too many clothes and where do you put them all? How do you keep them organized, and do you hang them up or fold them? Then, put them in drawers neatly for them to only be destroyed within minutes and probably strung across your child’s room?
Every single product has multiple options, brands, styles, and the list goes on! When you are registering, you don’t want to take the time to do the research right then and there. Plus you want to ask for advice from friends or family. It can become very overwhelming, very quickly. Let this list and the details be your guide!