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10 Ways You Can Work Exercise Into Your Day While Home With Your Kids

By Devan McGuinness |

10 Ways You Can Work Exercise Into Your Day While Home With Your KidsIt’s not easy trying to find the time to “do it all” but some things should be put on the priority list and health is one of them.

Yes, yours.

Part of being healthy is finding and making time to exercise regularly. It doesn’t have to be the typical “go to the gym for an hour every day” kind of exercise, but it should be something.

As families grow and kids enter our lives and get older and have us running from this event to that event (and by “running,” I really mean shuttling everyone around in our cars), the time for fitness seems to dwindle as our waistbands expand. It’s weird how that works out.

I am making myself a commitment to work harder on me, including more me time and more exercising. It can be challenging when you’re juggling three kids, but there are some good ways that you can make some time for a fitness routine in your week.

Click through to see 10 ways you can work exercise into your day while home with kids:

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How to Exercise While Home With Kids

Learn a New Sport Together

Exercise is always best done when you love what you're doing -- that way you'll stick with it. If you make it a family affair to learn a new sport or skill you will have the support of everyone.
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Devan McGuinness is the writer of the lifestyle website byDevan. After surviving 12 miscarriages, Devan founded Unspoken Grief, a resource and support site for perinatal and neonatal loss. Read bio and latest posts → Read Devan's latest posts →

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