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Happiness: March Round-Up

This month’s roundup topic is happiness! I don’t know about you, but by this point, winter is dragging on and my mood starts to dip as I wait for sunshine and warmth.  Add to that the fact that my kids have been indoors a lot more due to very cold weather and they’re going stir crazy – which then drives me crazy and leaves me wondering if there’s a secret out there to be happy at this time of year.

So, I did a little Google search (I don’t know what I would do without Google) and rounded up 5 of the most helpful posts I found.

If you like the summary of the article, just click on the title and you’ll be taken directly to the full article on the original website.

Happy Reading!

17 Habits for Very Happy Moms

By: Parents.com

Sometimes putting your happiness first is hard as a mom. This article will give you 17 easy and inexpensive ways to keep up beat! From solo relaxation activities to treating those around you, this article

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How to be a Happy Mom: Science Says Do These 7 Things

By: Happy You Happy Family

It’s impossible to be happy all the time, especially when you’re under strain and stress. Believe it or not, there are wrong ways to be happy. This article will give you techniques to be happy the right way!

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10 Secrets of a Happy Mom

By: Your Modern Family

The secrets to being a happy mom involve how you treat yourself and those around you. These tricks offer slight adjustments you can make to your regular routine that will be sure to make you and your family happy.

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How to Be A Happier Mom

By: Parenting.com

This article looks at some great psychology studies about how moms measure their happiness.  It includes a discussion of the happiness paradox as well as some strategies for how moms can be happier with their lives.  Some of these strategies include: getting enough sleep, considering your priorities, going with the flow and savouring the moment, among others. 

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Gretchen Ruben Shares Her Tips for a Happier Parenting Existence

By: Washington Post

No matter who you are, if you’re a parent there are going to be hiccups. Bumps in the road that throw everyone off. Gretchen Rubin has shared these tips for how to be a happier parent when things seem bumpy.

Comment below and let me know which article you enjoyed most and what topics you would like to see a round-up of in the future!

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