Fitness Friday #Linkup #BlogHop – Tips to Find Time for Fitness for Busy Moms

Let’s face it we are all busy chasing after our kids, taking care of our husbands and  homes. The most challenging thing moms face is making time for themselves.  Below are a few tips that will help you find time for fitness.

1. Schedule it.

My life revolves around my calendar. If it isn’t on the calendar it will not get done.  Pick 5 days out of your week and schedule a 30 minute work out for those days. Then stick with it!

2. Reward yourself.

Pick something that you will look forward to. If you work out all five days reward yourself with a trip to the nail salon, a new dress, shoes or something else that you enjoy.

3. Communicate to other family members.

Let your husband know that you need to workout for a half an hour five days a week.  Ask him if he’ll watch the kids during those times. Or tell your children that Mom needs to work out. Involve them in your fitness routine.  Small children love exercising with their moms. 

Once you establish a routine stick with it! You will feel better about yourself and get closer to your health and fitness goals.

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Next week’s blogging prompt for Fitness Friday is free post. Blog about anything fitness related.  

Please visit the following blogs who co-host Fitness Friday along with The Healthy Moms Magazine each week:

Chandra Sullivan – Spark Your Motivation
Tere Scott – Teachable Scott Tots Homeschool
Danielle Nabozny – Lip Gloss and Yoga Pants
Lisa Belanger – Inspire Me Well
Maryann Mitchell – It’s Not Food, It’s Me
Angela Barnets – Fit Personified
Wendi Barker – Wendi’s Book Corner
Lacey Baker – Love Lacey 365
About Our Founder

Cascia Talbert is a busy blogger,  and mother of five children, living in Spokane, WA. With a B.A. in history and law and a passion for writing and staying healthy, she started The Healthy Moms Magazine in 2007. The Healthy Moms Magazine is currently ranked the top health blog for moms. Ms. Talbert believes that if mothers are well educated on health issues and how to stay healthy, they can pass that information down to their children and reverse the childhood obesity statistics in the U.S.

Ms. Talbert  runs the Healthy Moms Social Network, is the founder of Healthy Moms Media, and also blogs at You can follow her on, and

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