This week’s best time saving tips for busy moms cover cooking in bulk, summer guilt, fast dinners without grocery shopping and more:
“What’s for dinner?” is the question on the whole family’s mind shortly after lunch is finished. It can be difficult to figure out what to make for dinner for a busy mama, especially one who values the importance of a home cooked meal. What if a wholesome dinner was already prepared, and all you needed to do was warm it up? Is making dinner in large batches for later final preparation worth it?
Summer break is just around the corner. Many Moms will start their countdown to sleeping in, hanging out by the pool and spending quality time with their children.
But me? I will start my countdown to beginning another week just like the one before it.
We will still be getting up at 6:30 AM. And we will still be rushing out the door as I hand my kids a granola bar to eat for breakfast.
Warning: This is not a job for the faint hearted. But, as countless women have proven, it is possible to juggle a career and family. A working mom shares her tips.
The fact is that the balance between being a high value employee and a great mom can be done. And although it may not be easy, mothers across the country are setting shining examples!
Kim Meszaros, working mother and Marketing Executive for Kelly Group gives these tips for how to be an efficient working mother…
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Most … mamas will readily admit that, after a long day… preparing the evening meal is something less than enjoyable. Batch cooking is a wonderful way to save time and effort in the kitchen, and yes, … moms can find the time!Here are a few tips for fitting in some quick batch cooking sessions…
It’s 5 p.m. and what am I going to feed these people? Been there, done that. How many times have you stood in the middle of the kitchen, stared at the clock, it’s dinner time and you’ve done nothing about it–including shop.
I’ve got simple solutions to a last-minute dinner. Here are five quick meals using stuff that you probably have in your pantry and fridge. The best part is they are all simple and kid-friendly.
The life of a single mom is difficult, there’s no doubt about it. You’ve got your career, your kids, your finances, and so much more to keep up with. When you include squeezing in time for entertainment and dating, the whole thing can seem overwhelming.
However, rather than throwing your hands up in the air and becoming frustrated, there are ways to fit in all of your responsibilities without destroying your quality of life. Here are some tips you can use as a single mom to gain effective time management skills…
How do you keep it all together? Share your tips in the comments.
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Posted by: Raki Wright