Really bored as I just became a stay at home mom and newly pregnant
Ledia - posted on 01/02/2015
You could amp up your volunteer work. A lot of people who work full time tend to give back to the community through charitable donations, or only have one or two hours a month to volunteer, but your time can actually be just as valuable as your dollars. As a stay at home parent, you may be giving up a large part of your income which means less money to give to charity, but you will have more time.
Think about what you are good at, and what you enjoy doing, and look for volunteer opportunities in your area. Another plus is that you will make new friends in your new area with similar interests and values.
Once baby is born and old enough to sort of start interacting you can look into playgroups in your area to meet up with other moms with children the same age group as yours. Check out Meetup.com. If there isn't a group in your area, you can start one.
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