Many of us struggle with finding work-life balance in our daily routines. Unfortunately, employers aren’t getting rid of the 8-hour workday any time soon, leaving us with only a few hours to ourselves daily. Many people wake up, get ready for work, go to work, come home, cook dinner, do light household chores, and get […]
The role of a mother has changed dramatically throughout the years, especially in the last few. Women are expected to perform a challenging duet — caring for their children while making a contribution to their fields of work — as they pursue professional professions at an increasing rate. This combination of positions generates a new dynamic that calls for dexterity, wisdom, and thoughtful planning.
Being a parent is one of the most difficult yet rewarding jobs you’ll ever have. You’ll work endless hours and probably won’t get many breaks, no matter how old your kids are. But, many parents also want to continue their careers while taking care of their children. Unfortunately, that can lead to challenges like having to find childcare during the day and making sure your kids are taken care of when you’re not there.
Maintaining a household as a single parent is a full-time job. You have to cook all the meals, clean all the rooms, make all the school runs, and still find time to give your kids all the love and attention they need. At the same time, you have to go to work and keep up high performance to ensure that you are advancing your career. If you’re career-driven, it’s easy to become stressed out and ignore your own well-being while you strive for a promotion or big opportunity at work.
When you’re a mom, work-life balance can be difficult. You’re often running between soccer practice, dance lessons, and your husband’s office hours, and sometimes it feels like you’re never able to find time to yourself. Hence, many sleepless nights, long days, and stressful situations exist. But there are ways to work smarter, not harder, and find ways to balance family and work without sacrificing our happiness or our sanity. Here are some tips to help you better balance your personal and professional life.
One tricky thing about parenting is the struggle to balance the responsibilities of their children and their work. This challenge is magnified when working from home.
Working on your schedule, doing what you love, and getting paid for it is the dream of any person. How to do everything, switch on time, and not be distracted by something unnecessary while working remotely. Knowing that everything is in your hands, every penny earned or shortage is your merit, and failure is a great motivation. So, a successful remote employee, first of all, is familiar with the laws of time management.
When you’re expecting a new baby, it’s very common to put off your plans for returning to work. You may feel that nothing could be more important than spending time with your new infant. However, if you don’t begin to get back into the swing of things before long, you might find yourself overwhelmed by everything you have to do when you return to work. Fortunately, there are many ways you can prepare yourself for actually going back to work so it is much easier when the time comes.
As a new parent, you’re bound to experience waves of different emotions at any given time. There will be joyful highs, moments of frustration, laughter, exhaustion, worry, and unconditional love.
A work-life balance is important to us all. It is the relationship between your work and other important things in your life, like your social life, your family, sport, household chores, volunteer commitments, studies, and so on. If you feel like you have enough time for all these things in your life, then your work-life balance is probably as good as it can be. However, your work-life balance can change as other commitments such as work and family change.