100+ self-care hacks for any mom to eat right, move more, stress less and get a good night's sleep, by a doctor who is also a mom
Why is it generally accepted that motherhood comes at the expense of our health--with all that weight gain, fatigue, and exhaustion? It doesn't have to be that way. What if your baby AND you could thrive together? We cure diseases. We create artificial ears using 3-D printers. We solved how to pee in space. We can figure this out--and now Dr. Darria has done just that.
An Ivy league-trained physician and mom of two, Dr. Darria combed the latest in medicine, psychology, and holistic health for answers when her own health crises struck. She now brings those solutions to moms everywhere. For moms who just DontHaveTheTime (or energy), Mom Hacks gives you the specific smallest changes that yield the biggest impact for you and your child.
Every hack is a mini super-charged solution with an immediate impact. So you feel good, lose the baby weight, and are more present, while raising thriving children--in an entirely do-able, time-saving, with-you-in-the-trenches way. Her humor and personal stories bring warmth and encouragement when mothers need it most.
You can be the mother and woman you want to be, and with Mom Hacks, you don't have to listen to anyone who tells you otherwise. It's time for a new mom world order.
Hachette Books; February 2019
- ISBN: 9780738284637
- Read online, or download in secure ePub format
- Title: Mom Hacks
- Author: Darria Long Gillespie
Imprint: Da Capo Lifelong Books
About The Author
An acclaimed media health expert, Dr. Darria Gillespie earned her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine, her residency in Emergency Medicine from Yale University School of Medicine and her MBA from Harvard Business School. After residency, she joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School, where she worked in the ER at Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center in Boston, MA. She is a practicing emergency physician, currently working as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine and formerly on faculty at Harvard Medical School. She is the national spokesperson for the American College of Emergency Physicians.