5 ways to have some ‘ME’ time during a Maternity Break

Meta description: Maternity break is the period when a woman takes a long break from her work in order to deliver a baby and to look after the baby is born. The leave is also applicable to those women who have recently adopted a baby.

The leave can either be a paid or an unpaid one and your company can have either a maternity policy or not. Being a new mother is a huge responsbility, it is actually apromise that a new mother gives to her child. Not to forget, huge expeactations also come up from family members. Somewhere in between happiness and responsibility, these new mothers forget about themselves, which is very common. Isn’t it?



Don’t let yourself down and rush with your new responsibilities rather take some “ME” time and love the phase of MOTHERHOOD.

1. Head out for a Babymoon to some distant location with your husband. It can be the best ME time ever in your life. You can spend time with your new feeling of motherhood, cherish your dreams and share your happiness with spouse. It is also a best time for couple to embrace the moment of Parenthood.

2. Read some good books if you are book worm. Try to read spiritual, motivational and sweet romantic novels rather than horror or suspense novels during pregnancy time. It can be your favorite pass time and enhance your knowledge.

3. Enhance your creative skill like writing, stitching or painting and engage yourself with some creative works. Who knows you can bring out some excellent creative work during your pregnancy time? It is only your time and no one is going to take this time from you.

4. Spend some time with yourself and think how you can become a good mother, how you need to handle pressure, stress and welcome happiness from the world around you. Self analysis is the best thing for you at this phase not only to become a good mother, but a good human being.

As said above, you are the deciding factor. These are some of the tips about how you can spend your time worthwhile. If you have any other options to follow, then help our ears to hear from You!


Happy Motherhood!
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