#UnstoppableMoms Take On The Holiday Season

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Oh the holidays. They will be here before we know it. If the thought of the crazy, hectic, busy, holiday season makes you want to break out in hives, join the club.

There is ZERO time to be down for the count or run down once Halloween is over. It is go time! This is the season of making memories, enjoying your family time, and maybe sneak in some “me” time while you’re at it.

To help you get through the most wonderful time of the year, I asked some of my friends how they stay Unstoppable during the holidays!

#UnstoppableMoms Take On The Holiday Season

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photoI stay unstoppable by planning ahead, making lists and taking time to BREATHE. If I can’t ENJOY the holidays, ENJOY making memories, then it’s not worth it. I make sure to balance times of chaos with times if quiet and rest! – Steph from Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Mom


100MEDIA$IMAG33841Create a weekly plan and before bed each night take a moment to review what must be done for the next day and what the “nice to get done” tasks are. And, ask for help if you see that your schedule for the following day(s) is just too much! – Steph from Mamma Bear’s World


Welcome-imageHow do I stay unstoppable during the holidays? To make sure I don’t get sick throughout the holidays, I juice to make sure I’m getting immune supporting nutrients and try to stay active by running and hiking a few times a week. Self care is so important – if mama’s down and out for the count, who’s going to do all the shopping, meal prep and hostess duties?! – Shannon from Sweet Stella’s

about-heatherI love Christmas so much, it is my favorite time of year! I try to start my Christmas shopping, decorating and baking early (Thanksgiving weekend)! I make lists and plan on doing something each week so that it doesn’t always pile up the last week before Christmas. I also take advantage of the time when my daughter is at school! I take a few days off to get anything Santa related done without having her around! – Heather from Terrell Family Fun
The makers of Children’s MOTRIN® know that Moms know what’s up and they want to know your tips and tricks for surviving the holidays! They are asking Moms to post their tips and tricks to the MOTRIN® Facebook page to support their Unstoppable Moms Program.

About the Unstoppable Moms Program


When you post your tips and tricks each week under Kelly Ripa’s question video, Children’s MOTRIN® will donate $1 to Safe Kids Worldwide, a global nonprofit that provides moms with the tips they need to help keep their children safe for each post! Moms could even win weekly giveaways of $100 gift cards just for posting.*

This week’s topic: Everyone knows that kid’s toys can really pile up. How do you manage toy overload in your house?

*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY, OPEN TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES & D.C., 18 AND OLDER. VOID  HERE PROHIBITED. Promotion ends 11:59p.m. ET 12/28/14. Sponsor will donate $1 for each approved Submission made as part of the promotion, with a minimum donation of $30,000 and a maximum donation of $50,000.  For Official Rules, and complete details, visit www.unstoppablemoms.com. Sponsor: McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. To learn more about Safe Kids Worldwide visit safekids.org.

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  1. My insanity began the week BEFORE Halloween! (Thanks a lot, food allergies.) But I made it through – mainly by eating right and taking care of myself. A MUST do. As for toy clutter, we have a playroom..but I can’t vouch for its cleanliness (I just shut the door, lol).

  2. We clean out toys on a monthly basis; the kids learn the value of giving, and I get some breathing space! Our biggest toy clean-out is happening right now before the holidays; makes it easy to donate toys to those who need them for Christmas and my kids have some extra space for whatever Santa might bring.

  3. I help the kids stay organized with their toys by making systems that work for them, not just me. I see all of these parents color coding LEGOs, but you know what? Who is going to want to play and create if you know you are going to have to spend just as much time putting them away? Think of how your kids play and then create an organization system that works aesthetically for you!

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