What time do your kids go to bed?
It turns out, earlier bedtimes aren’t just good for kids’ health and well being, they’re good for their moms, too! (Now can someone show this to our kids?!)
A study out of Australia looked at thousands of kids beginning more than a decade ago. Researchers used interviews, conducted every two years, to evaluate families’ mental health and sleep habits. Not only did they determine that kiddos who hit the hay by 8:30 at night displayed “better health-related quality of life,” but their mamas did too!
Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger and soon-to-be mom of four. Find her on Facebook