OCI Syndrome If you’re a busy mom, chances are you’ve experienced OCI Syndrome. OCI Stands for Overwhelmed, Confused, and Irritated. It’s easy to slip into OCI when you’re busy taking care of everyone else’s needs and schedules and forget about your own needs. We know the concept of taking care of you is important if you are to continue to take care of others. We get that. So, if we all understand how important it is to take care of ourselves, why is it we always... [read more]
MomsTown's founders, Mary & Heather, have made it their mission to inspire and motivate moms to be their best. They know to be your best, it starts with a smile. One of the things that makes every mom smile is thinking about the funny things kids say. Kids say the cutest things... Tell us about the funny and cute things that come out of the mouths of your babes...Post it here!
Are you having less sex, less, fun and more arguments than you did before kids? Most couples do! The arrival of a newborn puts tremendous strain on even the best marriages. This handy book will make you laugh, make you cry, but most importantly inspire you to face and solve these relationship issues.
1. Embody your body. Stop hating your body parts. Thighs, bellies, arms--they're all a part of you, and when you hate even one part of yourself, that's not healthy. So, next time you catch yourself saying, "I wish I could get rid of my thighs," stop and embody those thighs. Find one thing positive about that body part even if it's just the fact that those thighs help you get up the stairs.
Last week's show on Entrepreneurism included a lot of questions you need to ask yourself before taking the leap. Here are the bullet points we included in that segment. Lots of decisions to make and a lot of soul searching that may need to be done. You can do it! And if you need a little help, be sure to check into the MomsTown Big Break Manual and Internet Riches for Moms.
1. Tell them you love them every day 2. Hug them every day 3. Look them in the eye and listen to them 4. Ask them questions, value their answers 5. Respect their feelings 6. Let them know home is a safe haven 7. Do projects together 8. Give kids responsibility Source: Mary & Heather "It's All About You, Live the Life You Crave" (Free Press)
provided by Felena Hanson, Founder of Perspective Marketing Use every outoing piece of paper and e-mail Write articles on your topic Send press releases Spend a little time online for promotion Use buddy marketing Give away freebies Promote on a talk show give a seminar or presentation Use your vehicle Use your leisure acitvities.
Direct selling.Head over to the Direct Selling Association ( http://www.dsa.org ) website and find a company that represents a passion of yours. Not every one wants to start a company and the DSA is a great resource for finding a turn-key opportunity. You can also visit http://www.mydswa.com for more resources, ideas, and support. Find your niche online. Perhaps you love collecting vintage postcards and have quite the collection. Perhaps checking into se... [read more]
The first step in realizing your power is to recognize what we call the MomsTown revolution. We are living at an exciting time in history. The typical mom carries technology in her purse. We advocate using today's technology, your skills, and experiences and creating a life on your terms. You have the power to create a life and the power to create a profitable business. What's more exciting, is you can do it all from home. Internet, fax, cell phones, and a changing of attitudes about the work pl
"We must use time as a tool and not a crutch." -- John F. Kennedy It's our philosophy here at MomsTown to use every 15 minutes to your advantage--and to make 15 minutes available to yourself even when you don't think you have it. Making the quarter hour a tool is one of the best ways to keep yourself organized and on schedule. If you've ever listened to our radio show or the TV show you have likely heard us talk about the Quarter Hour Crunch. Here's a quick run down on how to master it. Set yo... [read more]