Your baby alarm clock starts wailing at 6:12 and you groan as you roll over and less than gracefully stumble/fall out of bed.
You narrowly miss cranking your shoulder on the door frame as you try to see through your puffy eyes to get to baby (wishing you could press the snooze button).
Up half the night trying to coax your tiny human back to sleep only to wake up to them wailing again 2 hours later.
You’d planned to go to that exercise class with your friend today and you were really looking forward to getting out of the house and getting a good workout in but right now all you want to do is crawl back into bed and sleep for another 4 hours.
You’re a busy mom. Your energy is always coming and going. But on days like this you really question, “Should I exercise when I’m so darn exhausted all I can think about is how many seconds I have to keep it together until naptime?”
And while it may seem like there’s a simple answer, there really isn’t.
There’s more to this picture than meets the eye.
And before I help you decide whether that workout is the best idea for you, I need to consider something else.
Something that we need to explore in order for you to get the whole picture.