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Tips to Getting in Shape and Losing Weight

Getting a workout in can be tough. Especially if you are a working parent, there never feels like enough time in a day to get it all done. Here, working parents share how they manage to squeeze in exercise and get back in shape.

Wanna lose some baby weight? Be sure to read these PSP member post-partum specific fitness tips here.


How to find time for self-care and exercise, including tips from a parent AND personal trainer

"Are you good at fitting in self-care?" asks a PSP Member. They go on to write, "I really want right now is to return to regular exercise but I find the exhaustion and the lack of time hard to negotiate. Do you have any tips? How do you get your hands free when your kid literally always wants to be holding your hand?"

Here are PSP member replies...


Parental Burnout

A Park Slope Parent Member summarizes how to avoid "parental burnout." 


How to Handle Holiday Stress

Christmas can bring more than presents, cookies and Santa Claus. With it can come stress, worry and anxiousness.  It's easy to get overwhelmed by the Holiday buzz and feel like yourself spinning out of control.