Today, I decide to state the obvious.
These tips should be easy, but they’re just not always easy for me.
1. Drink water like you’re about to spend a week in the Sahara Desert.
If you think about getting a drink, drop everything and just go get one. If you’re thirsty, drink all the water you can handle. Try not to leave home without it, and take any opportunities when out and about to have some.
Drinking water has helped me with headaches, dizziness, fatigue, other nameless annoyances of pregnancy, and overall comfort.
And if someone could come up with some glasses that would block out any and all advertisements of Coke, that would help, too.
2. Eat something before you get hungry – every two hours. Or forty-five minutes.
I totally did not get this when I was first pregnant. But now I do and my life is so much better when I obey.
Even a handful of almonds (my current go-to) can do wonders.
3. If it’s not already, make sleep your new best friend.
I am not the greatest at going to bed early or getting up on time. However, I am working on it really hard this time around because I know *negatively* what a big difference it makes.
Napping if possible is a wonderful help.
Adding any extra nighttime sleep you can is truly worth the effort.
And… ladies and gentleman this has been my three no-brainer tips for a fantastic pregnancy. Pardon me, while I go work on them myself.