Category Archives: Momist

4 Career Changes that are Suitable for Moms

With people living longer and less security in the job market, it’s becoming increasingly common to change careers during your working life, sometimes more than once. However, if you have small children, you may be worried about the impact your career change will have on them and want something a bit more flexible. Here are some career options for those who need flexibility around study hours and their work. Going freelance If you like your current role, but find it doesn’t offer

Easy Stress Management: Home Cleaning Tips for the Busy Entrepreneur

When it comes to home management, there is no denying how challenging it can be for those with a busy schedule. When you are busy going to meetings and managing your business, it can be more than a little difficult to keep up with matters at home. Even worse, as the paperwork and documents continue to pile up, you will likely end up with an extremely cluttered home. Fortunately, you do not have to resign yourself to a home that continues to get worse with each passing day. You can fight off clutter

How to Cope with Stress as a New Parent

Having a baby can be one of the most exciting times of your life. However, it can also be one of the most stressful. It may be nothing like you ever predicted. Until you experience it, you never how what it really feels like to make that huge transition. One moment you’re thinking of your own wellbeing and the next, you have a little person you’re entirely responsible for, There are so many stresses that come alongside being a new parent, that include worrying about the baby, managing

A Guide for Grandparents Whose Teenager Suffers from Mental Health Issues

Experiencing different feelings and learning to deal with them is a normal part of life. Everyone will feel sad or unhappy sometimes, and mostly those periods pass with time. When sad or negative emotions do not go away, or if a person is overwhelmed by them, this could indicate a mental health issue. If you notice this in your teenaged grandchild, there are ways in which you can help them. Is it ‘normal teenaged behavior’? Try to identify whether your grandchild is displaying ‘normal’