5 Ways to beat your Motherhood Blues

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“The Joy of Motherhood comes in moments. There will be hard times and frustrating times. But amid the challenges there are shining moments of joy & satisfaction.” – Elder M. Russell Ballard

Before the birth of a child, every mother perceives motherhood to be a beautiful and blissful experience. But when the reality sets in, we mothers often ignore the hard and frustrating times of Motherhood and even curse ourselves to feel like that. Won’t the Motherhood journey be more beautiful if we all accept our Motherhood blues and find some ways to beat them so that we feel rejuvenated and recharged again!!!

Here I have enlisted 5 super fun ways (which worked for me) to beat your Motherhood blues:

  1. Be a part of Mom Community:

    People who sail in the same boat can understand each other better. A mom saying to the other mom, “I’ve been there and I am here to talk to you without any judgement” is more relieving and heartening than those age old advises given at every step to new moms. Personally, I found myself to be more happy and rejuvenated after I found an amazing mom community on Instagram.


  2. Me Time:

    Indulge in activities which make you happy. Be it reading a book, watching a TV series, trying your hands on a new creative skill or simply sleeping a little bit more than usual. That uninterrupted Me time will surely refresh you and make you ready to face the challenges again.


  3. Change Your Looks

    Try a new hairstyle you have been longing to flaunt. Changing your looks can make you more confident and active in your daily routine life. But being a Mother, it gets difficult to take out time for the self care and pampering sessions and those straight tresses or crispy curls seem like a distant dream. What if I tell you a shortcut for those pretty curls just with a click of hand. Yes!! You guessed it right. I am talking about Hair Wigs. Divatress is one brand I can totally vouch for when it comes to variety of hair wigs. It is one of the leading beauty e-commerce company where you can find any type of wavy or curly wigs style be it bright, glossy, tangled, flaxen, auburn, unruly, grey, crisp, corkscrew, wild, spiral, tousled, ambrosial, bouncy or lustrous. Just think about a curly style and you will find it on Divatress. So no more fuss for hair styling and you are ready to go in style flaunting your curls.


  4. Go on a Date with your husband

    Although the conversations will still linger around baby feeding and baby poop habits but quality time spent with the love of your life can surely make a difference.


  5. Go on a Shopping Spree

    Aha!! Just reading this word has excited you. Right!!! And indulging in shopping spree in real can do wonders to a woman which only women can understand.


Let’s get rid of our Motherhood blues together and cherish each and every moment of this wonderful journey of Motherhood.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Very well written, agree with the points, curly vigs are always my favrt and give the women a different style now want to try this brand after reading your post.

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  2. I have been wanting a shopping spree for SO long. Now I think I will! Haha, I love your list, thank you! 😀

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  3. alpanadeo says:

    Simple things but can be very effective when coping up with motherhood blues. After taking up mommy role, we tend to underestimate the importance of these things. Your post is s good reminder.


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  4. Thats a very informative post for all news moms figuring out on how to cope the blues.. love your “change the look” points. Its such an instant solution

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  5. Changing your hair can indeed change your life. These are tried and tested tips and much needed for us moms.

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  6. going on a shopping spree is my best stress buster i love the idea of look change and would love to try those lovely locks..

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  7. I tried changing my look, went for some chopped hair and changed my wardrobe a bit. It was fun.

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  8. poojakawatra says:

    Loved this post and yes a happy mom van spread happiness. I wrote about my “Me time” some time back.

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