While "mom funk" might not be a phrase found in any dictionary, it's certainly a term that any mom can relate to. Maybe it's when you realize you've been wearing the same yoga pants since last week or when you finally look in the mirror and can't remember when you last stepped in a salon. Regardless of when it hits you, once you realize you've been busy taking care of everyone else that you've forgotten to care for yourself, you need to act. So what's the best way to find yourself out of a mom-funk rut? We asked life-coaching experts Lauren Zander, co-founder of The Handel Group, and Laurie Gerber, co-president of Handel Group Life Coaching, who teach everyone from stay-at-home moms to corporate tycoons how to break out of the rut—and not fall back in—once and for all.