5 Simple Confidence Boosters For Stay At Home Moms


Sometimes when you’re a mom, you find yourself in need of some serious self confidence. We nitpick not only at our own parenting, but also at our image. That lack of self confidence seems to grow even deeper when you’re a stay at home mom. If you’re a stay at home mom who feels completely comfortable with herself after having kids, I totally envy you! If you aren’t, I’m here to help. Here are 5 simple ways you can boost your confidence and feel like a rockstar.


Get out of your Pjs.

Yes, you’re staying at home. Yes, you’re tired and comfortable. But you also feel bad that you’ve worn nothing but pajamas for the past 4 days. If you at least dress in a jeans and a tee, you’ll feel less sluggish and more prepared for the day.


Take a shower.

Really, what is better than a hot shower? Wake up before the kids do and you can kill two birds with one stone- enjoy some alone time AND be able to match your kid’s energy once they wake up. Or if you prefer to take showers at night, wash your face first thing in the morning to help you wake up.


Ditch the mom bun.

Most of us don’t have the luxury of spending too much time on our hair (I know I sure don’t) so in comes the mom bun to save the day. Now, I have nothing against it. However, sometimes I look at it and cringe. It makes me feel like a literal mess. Doing a quick cute hairstyle for the day really makes all the difference!




Get fancy and put on some jewelry, girl. My husband always complains that I have too many clothes (can a girl really ever have too many?), so I try to change up my look without adding more to the closet. One of my go-to places to look for accessories is NA-KD. They have free shipping and free returns, plus they always have incredible sales. You can look at some of my favorite pieces by clicking on the gallery below.

Focus on the positive.

The most important way to boost your self confidence is to be positive. When we look in the mirror, we are so quick to look for flaws and “perfect” ourselves. Try to replace those negative thoughts with things you like about your appearance and watch your confidence level rise.

In the words of Beyonce- “The most alluring thing a woman can have is confidence.” What makes you feel confident? What things do you love about your image? Whether you are a stay at home mom or a working mom, I’d love to hear from you!


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  • I have to say that I have found that when I get up early, shower and actually get dressed I feel a lot better than when I spend the day in my pajamas. I get more done and feel more motivated.

    • Yes! I don’t know about you, but I am definitely not a morning person. You’re right, it’s so worth it as the day goes on.

  • Sam Palmer

    I totally agree with all of this! When I’ve had a rough night and haven’t slept much I make sure to do myself up a bit so I don’t look as tired as I feel!

  • Lauren Cunningham

    Simple, but essential! And we always need a nudge in this direction, as it does wonders! At the top of the list for me – ditch the mom bun!

  • Rose Mont

    Haha I rarely stay in my pjs! I usually take a shower. I do however utilize a bun amongst a few other styles. I’m limited in my hair ability. My biggest problem is actually leaving the house.

    • That’s one I should have included…get some fresh air!

  • these are excellent tips-especially getting out of pj’s! it’s refreshing to change into an actual outfit to start the day

  • Kate Payne

    Oh man, not the mom bun. That may be a tough one to ditch LOL

    • Don’t worry, I don’t mean get rid of it forever! 😉

  • Chelsea

    My motto is: If you look better, you feel better, and you do better! It’s so important to feel good as a Mama so you can give your family the best version of you.

    Chelsea ||

  • Thanks so much for posting this! I’m not a SAHM but I think this is great advice and applies to ALL moms!

  • Kimberly Thomas

    I don’t leave my bedroom without brows and eyeliner let alone the house! Stay cute ladies! Kim – SAHM Strategist and Consultant at