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Take the Break Before You Need It

Tara Sophia Mohr writes about her realization that you can declare yourself having worked hard enough for the day before your brain has slowed to a total halt due to exhaustion.

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The New Mother: Taking Care of Yourself After Birth

After giving birth, you need to take good care of yourself to rebuild your strength. You will need plenty of rest, good nutrition, and help during the first few weeks.

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The Mental Load of Motherhood

Mothers share their thoughts on the mental load of motherhood—and how they survive the 24/7 job called “Mom.”

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10 Tips to Improve Sleep for New Moms

Sleep deprivation and motherhood don’t have to go hand-in-hand.

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8 Ways to Combat New Moms’ Sleep Troubles

Baby’s finally getting some shut-eye. Why aren’t you? Here are eight ways to get the best postnatal rest.

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The Key to Better Sleep When You Have a New Baby

Fatigue is a common side effect of parenthood. Here’s how to know when it’s a symptom of a bigger problem.

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No, Moms: It’s Not Selfish to Make Yourself a Priority

If you feel guilty about self-care, know this, mama: Taking care of yourself isn’t a luxury—it’s an essential part of being a good mom.

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New Mothers Don’t Get Enough Sleep. That Needs to Change.

How can we keep our babies safe and healthy while also acknowledging that a mother cannot keep her baby safe and healthy without getting sleep herself?

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