Do you wish you could have more work/life balance? Do you feel like you’re always running around in circles and at the end of the day you don’t have anything to show for it? Well, this series is for you!
As a working mom, I am continually fine-tuning the work/life balance so that family, work, and my personal time are in harmony, and believe me, it’s not a simple juggling act.
As I began to think about how all of these pieces of the puzzle fit together, I started to realize that this will only work if certain components are present.
We all wish we had more time in the day, but that’s simply not possible. I have 31 tips that I’m going to share with you featuring ways to help with meals, home life, work, me time, family, and finances.
By considering how you currently use your time and being willing to get a little creative, you will get more of the important things done and feel more accomplished than ever before.
Stay tuned for this series that will save you time, sanity, and money while giving you more peace, margin, and relaxation.
Day 4: Get Up Early
Day 5: Have Fun on the Weekend
Day 8: An Enjoyable Commute
Day 9: Places to Hide
Day 10: Daily Routines
Day 11: A Laundry System
Day 12: Self-Care
Day 13: Checklists
Day 14: A Timer
Day 16: A Day Off
Day 17: Healthy Snacks at Work
Day 18: Exercise
Day 19: A New Approach to Balance
Day 21: How to Make (& Keep) Mom Friends
Day 23: Get the Me Time You Deserve
Day 24: 6 Ways to Make Sunday Night Fun
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This series is a part of an event hosted every October by Crystal Stine, where bloggers commit to writing about the same topic for a month. It’s called Write 31 Days and I’ve enjoyed participating for the last three years. Here are links to those posts:
- 31 Ways to Get More Done
- 31 Days to Make Being a Working Mom Easier
- A Day in the Life of a Working Mom (31 Interviews)
I am very passionate about being a working mom, because it’s the hardest thing I’ve had to do. Along the way, I’ve discovered things that work (and things that don’t) that have made this a much more enjoyable ride for me…and my family.
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