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Working Moms: Mommies Do Get Exhausted

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Today was yet another busy day, with the same schedule and the same routine. The only thing that would have been different was what you had for lunch this afternoon perhaps. Coping as a working mom and taking care of family brings stress to your life. You are constantly pondering on which to choose. Work is important, and your family is even more important, since you are earning for them. So it is bit of a confusing situation that is created for you right now. You are continuously juggling your time and making arrangements to do a bit of grocery shopping, picking up the kids from school, and dropping by the dry cleaners. That is far too much to handle right now.

All moms are working moms, and sometimes have to work like a well oiled machine when they work around the house every morning, and then heading out to work. Mothers face this challenge every single day, they have to devote forty to fifty hours at work a week and then have to find some time to spend with their family and do household chores.

Ok here is the deal, there are a few things you can do to help yourself out in your busy stressful day. Every single person in the world wants to come home after a long hard day at work and relax with their family. That is it, but there is always a bit of trouble for most working moms. Your kids are very young and they can't possibly help you out with the house right now.

Thus, your home-job should sound something like this every morning., Waking the up kids for school, fixing them breakfast, sending them to school, cleaning up the kitchen, taking out the trash, feeding your pet if you have one, taking the toddler to day care and then driving to work. WOO! All that in just one morning, some one must be feeling like supermom right about now.

Here is what you can do to help you out throughout your day. First, prioritize your time. Make every effort to spend more time with the family so they don't feel neglected. Keep your work at the workplace, there is no need to bring home any work. Turn off your cell phone perhaps. Set a weekly trip to the grocery store, make a list of things that you will need throughout the week, like breakfast necessities and such.

Set a budget for yourself and the kids, like their daily expenses etc. Do everything you can to divide your day in a perfect manner so you don't feel over-exhausted at the end of the day. You don't have to work like a machine every single day of the week. It is understandable that you get weekends to spend with your family, and maybe just maybe someone will fix you breakfast in bed on a beautiful Sunday morning. That sure sounds great! Weekends should be dedicated to a hard working mom.


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