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  • Child Development & Milestones,  Motherhood

    Top 7 Benefits of Outdoor Play for Toddlers

    Do you have a toddler and you’re facing some challenges on how to engage him for outdoor play? What type of activities do you currently implement in order to build his interests? In reality, playing outside provides opportunities for young children to experience the world with all of their senses. Experiences through quality outdoor play have a great influence and effect on their brain growth and development and create strong foundations for their future. But children do not necessarily know and realize this. As adults, we have a role to deliver and part of this responsibility is to provide them with opportunities in order to gain the key benefits of outdoor play.…

  • Boss MomLife,  MomStar of the Month,  Motherhood

    Sassy, Smart & Simple: Top Productivity Secrets Revealed

    International Women’s Day is coming up and we just passed the leap year day! As you know, I am all about sharing stories of women who have touched our lives and has served a purpose and inspiration to others. In January, you have read the post “It’s not hard to be real: Tips from the R.E.A.L Biz Mom Founder” followed by our February Feature: “Top Tips and Tricks from the Author of Bedtime: the Ultimate Battle”. What is MomStar of the Month all about? MomStar of the Month shares inspirational stories of women, no matter what background, ethnicity or race; has a great career or not, is a first-time mom or…

  • Guest Post,  Motherhood

    How to Make Time To What Matters Most

    Have you ever felt the need to have your own quiet time and reflect on what truly matters? Have you ever thought of finding balance within yourself and do you ever invest in your own priorities? What are some of the ways that you have done to conquer this? As I was researching for related articles, I got this statement from one of the articles of the Happy Wives Club which is Living your Eulogy:How to Make Time for what Matters Most. It says: “Take a moment to have a glass of wine with the ones you love, toast to the breath of life, and commit to begin tomorrow different…

  • Boss MomLife,  Inspiration,  Motherhood

    2019 Year-end Review in the MamaBuzz Hive

    Happy New Year to you and your family! I hope you celebrated the holidays in the best way possible and with your loved ones.  Last December, I was crazy busy with Holiday Markets! This put my blogging presence a little laid back. After launching my shop in the end of October, I was able to join 4 Local Holiday Markets! Isn’t it amazing? I consider this as one of my big successes of 2019 after 8 months of blogging. Yes, I made it happen! It all started from scratch with zero knowledge in Blogging, Web design, Graphic design, Marketing and Business! It was truly a Blog to Biz Year for…

  • Guest Post,  Health & Wellness,  Motherhood

    7 Best Time-Management Tricks for Busy Moms

    Struggling to get things organized and seeking for some Time-Management Tricks? Looking for inspiration and motivation on how to handle the hustle of Mom Life? Searching for ways to balance Motherhood and how to find time for yourself? Need not to worry! Our Guest Blogger, Paige, of paigebainbridge.com has some great tips and tricks to help us manage time effectively! I never thought about some of these time-management tips and I’m so happy that she is here with us to share it with other moms. How did in the world did I not know about these? Here are: The 7 Best Time-Management Tricks for Busy Moms You tell your kids…

  • MomStar of the Month,  Motherhood

    How to Stay Sane as a Stay at Home Mom

    Do you sometimes feel you’re losing your mind and you don’t know how to stay sane as a Mom? Feeling unproductive and overwhelmed with Mom Life and staying at home? How do you organize your tasks and routines? How do you keep up with kids? Well..as you know, it’s MomStar of the month again! This time, we’ll tackle the story of Kristen, a mom who is here to share some tips on how to stay sane as a Blogger and a Stay at Home Mom of 2 boys. What is MomStar of the Month all about? MomStar of the Month shares inspirational stories of women, no matter what background, ethnicity or…

  • Baby holding a balloon
    Child Development & Milestones,  Family Fun,  Guest Post

    8 Best Indoor Activities for Kids Without Using Technology

    I’m a first time mom and for the first year of Little M, I believe we’ve done pretty well when it comes to doing different indoor and outdoor activities together. For the most part, we did a lot for the whole year of my Maternity Leave. Our favourite Indoor Activities include the Mom and Baby Ballet of Balletiques, Baby Lab of Gymboree, Baby Rhyme Time at the Calgary Public Library, Mother Goose Class of Parent Link Centre, the Swimming Classes of Vecova & Vivo, and our meetups with other Moms and Babies of Mommy Connections Calgary! So what benefits did we get? Were they all fun and worth our time?…

  • Inspiration,  MomStar of the Month,  Motherhood

    Black Belter and Cheerleader turned Founder of a Mom Community

    Hello Hello! It’s finally August and it means I’m sharing to you another inspirational story from our MomStar of the Month!   What is MomStar of the Month all about? MomStar of the Month shares inspirational stories of women, no matter what background, ethnicity or race; has a great career or not, is a first-time mom or not, it doesn’t matter.  Any Mom is a star in her own ways and with these stories, we share the journey of moms who aim to inspire others and transform lives with a purpose. We highlight different women in our society, with their spirit to motivate others. A unique opportunity for all of…

  • Pregnant Mom standing
    Motherhood

    I am a C-section Mama and it’s okay: the Untold Truth

    I am saddened with the fact that C-section (Caesarean) Mamas face a little judgment when natural birth didn’t go as planned. There’s that feeling of being less than a mother. Is this true? One fact is…the stigma is real and this should not even exist. “A good mother isn’t defined by the process of labor or whether she breastfeeds or not. A good mother is defined by the sacrifices and love she gives to her child.”- Unknown It’s 12:10 midnight right now and it’s exactly the same time when Little M was born. Memories start flashing on how my birth story started. I can’t believe it’s almost a year since I…

  • Woman holding baby
    Motherhood

    A letter to a first-time Mom: the struggle is real

    “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.” As a first-time mom, what questions have you asked after your baby was born? It’s now Month 11, Day 335, Week 47 and 5 days to be exact.  Back in August 2018, I gave birth to a sweet little man. All the mixed emotions that I’ve encountered were truly felt. I just had a baby! Of course, I was up and about ‘coz I made it! It was not that hard as I’ve expected! Hmmmmmmm….. Yes, Mama.  It really isn’t.  But guess…

  • phone, brushes, make up
    Health & Wellness,  Motherhood

    20 Positive Quotes & Self-Affirmations you need as a Mother

    Motherhood takes you to a different journey and with positive quotes, you are giving yourself a reward of self-love. It is a journey that you can never take away and the joy of motherhood is a feeling and responsibility that you cannot give out. Most days we keep our heads up to stay calm and be able to manage the chaos around us. There’s a lot of pressure to hold but you know what? You are a mom. You are rightful of your role and you are doing a great job. RELATED: 50 SELF-CARE IDEAS FOR FIRST-TIME MOMS If you feel lost and down as mother, here are 20 Positive…

  • Mom and Baby for Postpartum Fitness
    Health & Wellness,  Inspiration,  Motherhood

    5 Postpartum Fitness Ideas for Mom and Baby

    “Self-compassion is simply giving the same kindness to ourselves that we would give to others.”– Christopher Germer If you’re a mom like me who just had a baby, you might be struggling to find Postpartum Fitness Ideas. It’s mostly because your time is limited to do other things or your body is just not ready yet. As we all know, our body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy. Getting back to postpartum recovery through fitness is even harder to accomplish. THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD When does postpartum begin? It begins after the delivery of the baby and ends when the mother’s body has nearly returned to its pre-pregnant state.…

  • MamaBuzz Collections,  Motherhood

    20 Unique Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for your budget

    Mother’s Day is fast approaching and you might be wondering what’s the perfect gift for the most special woman in your life.  Your choices might eventually run thin if you think about all the gifts for all occasions throughout the year. However, if you are looking for unique ideas, I have put together a list of some of my favorite items to inspire you! Make sure to click the image to see more details.  I made sure it’s right for your budget! PLUS! There’s a FREEBIE to add with your gifts! I’ve included here some of the BEST MOM QUOTES to go along with your present. Make sure to access…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 029: What you deserve

    How do you keep yourself motivated to do things you actually like doing? Do you strive for more or do you settle for less? Life is full of uncertainties. Yes, you face obstacles and challenges every single day. Whether big or small, usually something comes up. Just like motherhood.  There are unexpected events in our day to day life.  Still, we aim for quality time with our little ones. We aim for learning.  That’s why we continue to do what’s good for our child; something valuable not just for ourselves but for our baby.  We deserve each other and we don’t settle just as it is. Now if you have goals,…

  • Motherhood

    Transition to Motherhood: Where do I begin? It’s a fresh start!

    ” When a baby is born, so is a mother; each unsteady in their own way. Matrescence is profound and it’s also hard. And that’s what makes it human.”-Alexandra Sacks It was a sunny summer day when we were finally going home. Everything I packed for both myself and the baby were untouched except for my grooming essentials. We stayed in the hospital for a day but after going through the whole labor and delivery, the day felt so long.   As a first time mom, I got so excited and yes, I made it! “Congratulations! You’re good to go…” the nurse said.  Sure enough, I felt my experience wasn’t…