Why Time for Mama?
The average American mom:
(based on a contemporary survey of 2,000 American women)
Mom’s need a break, too! Consider the following:
Set aside a few hours to spend with friends on a regular schedule, Wednesday at 7pm or Sunday at 1pm—try to commit to something regular so you keep yourself a priority. The kids can have time with their dads OR dads and kids could have a get-together at that same time as well! Moms go out—dads and kids meet at a rotating house!
Activities for Moms’ Night:
Go on a hike/walk
Play a board game
Get tickets to a concert or sporting event
Go to an indoor rock climbing gym
Try a paint night event
See a movie
Have a bonfire with smores!
Split a hotel room and use the pool/hot tub/sauna
Create a craft!
Have a pot-luck
Order takeout from different ethnic food restaurants you haven’t tried before
Host a Tupperware/jewelry/make-up or other sponsored party
Dress up and go dancing!
Try an escape room experience
Meet for coffee at a bookstore
Attend a dinner detective show
Try laser tag
Attend a cooking class
Have a clothing swap
See a play
Guilty pleasure night where moms bring over their favorite magazines for celebrity gossip!
Fondue night with each guest bringing their favorite finger food to dip
Holiday gift wrap party—gets work done and you can trade paper and décor!
Coloring books—sounds silly but a great stress reliever
Find an event to volunteer at as a group
PJ party with popcorn and favorite re-runs
Get a massage
See a psychic
Retail therapy—group outing in a favorite store