Spring is almost here, in spite of the chill in the air here in NYC. So we’re sharing a new approach to Spring Cleaning, tailored for busy moms like us.
This spring, we’re finding ways of celebrating the every day, because “every moment matters” is more than how we describe our work, it is how we live our lives.
Stop asking "how was your day"
Avoid this question if you really want answers!
To really connect with your kids, and to get the conversation going, try some of our tips from the start of the school year.
Are these strategies working for you? What are you doing to start quality conversations with your kids? And how are you finding the time?
Choose one simple way to connect with your kids
You don’t have to be Mary Poppins to create special moments for your kids. And you don’t have to plan elaborate vacations or custom play spaces to enjoy some time together.
In fact, even small interactions like cooking a meal together, sitting around the table (it doesn’t have to be a holiday!), watching their favorite TV show with them, or listening to them describe something that they love - a hobby, sport, art project or video game) - can go a long way.
Take some time for self-care
Remember the advice they give on planes to put on your oxygen mask before assisting others when things get hectic.
The spring season is often full of family events and major milestones (Mitzvahs, graduations, weddings). In all that excitement, and during all that preparation, the small moments that matter can get lost, especially if you’re not finding little ways to remind yourself that you matter. Practice self-care when you’re busy, not just when you feel like you have the space to carve out “me time.”