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5 Ways Moms Can Balance Work and Family

Raising kids and managing and balancing your family life is so hard to do. And, the pressure is usually on mom unless there are cases where mom has poor health and dad has to do anything. And obviously the same applies to single dads as well. However, regardless of who is dealing with the brunt of the stress, and it usually is the mom – let’s look at 5 ways on how moms can balance work and family. All it takes is knowing some hacks that will make life so much easier.

  1. Automate Everything – The last thing you have time for is having to remember when to pay your bills. This is why it is really a good idea to automate your bill payments so you don’t have to worry about missing deadlines due to the fact that you are so busy. You can also automate your subscription payments, and it is quite fine to order your groceries online. Some days you will not be able to run off to the grocery store. Especially when you are having to work at the same time.
  2. Take Advantage Of Meal Kits – It takes so much time and energy to plan for meals, and you just don’t really have the time and energy to do that. Especially if you put in so much time and effort making meals that your kids don’t end up liking! How stressful can that be? After a long day at work. This is why you are going to have to start looking into getting meal kits to make your life so much easier. Why not read the blue apron review (click to read Blue apron review) right here to get an idea of what a meal kit is all about.
  3. Only Make Time For Important Things – You are working AND raising a family. You are busy, and what you are going to need to do is cut out doing things that can be easily be put on the back burner. For instance, if you have been volunteering at your local church on Wednesday evenings, and if you are too tired and busy to give much of your time- then you will need to stop volunteering. Especially if it is not overly important to you. You need to manage your work, your family, and taking care of your own needs.
  4. Schedule ME Time – It was just said that you need to take care of your own needs. You definitely do need to schedule out some ME time so you can recharge and be the best you can be at work and for your family. That means taking a half hour bath with a glass of wine, or reading a book for a half an hour while drinking your favorite tea, or do anything else that you enjoy so you can feel refreshed to take care of your daily tasks.
  5. Delegate – Who says that you have to do every single thing? Teach your kids how to help around the house, even when they are toddlers. They will be able to clean up after themselves, or if they are older and in school, they will be able to make their own lunches. Have your partner run some errands for you. Ask for help because you can’t possibly do everything. This is why a mom that delegates are in a much better frame of mind and can handle much more. That is because she has more energy to give by delegating tasks.

Therefore, utilizing these tasks will make any working mom (or dad that is in charge by necessity) balance her life caring for her family and being a good employee at work easier. These simple hacks are really a necessity, because being stressed out and, worse, burned out will create more problems with the family and at work. Take care of your own needs and then you will be able to give so much more.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 16,13, 6 and a son who is 3. They currently reside in Texas.

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