Tips for Working Moms
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You might think a life without mom guilt is like a unicorn, it’s not.
Working moms experience massive amounts of mom guilt each day - while they are at work, while they are taking care of their to-do list, and while they are craving “me time.” In any moment that you are not giving your child 100% of your attention, the guilt can overwhelm you.
You constantly find yourself wishing you could spend more time with your children. Craving to do more for your kids in your day-to-day. Praying your mom guilt would quit. You’re not alone.
Many working moms wish they could give more hours of their day to their kids, but find it immensely difficult to make that wish a reality. Between work-life and their household to-do list, finding a few extra minutes to play with toys or help with homework becomes as difficult as running full-speed up a mountain.
Many working moms dread their daily routine because their work-life balance just isn’t what it’s meant to be - a balance. If only they could get the scale to tip a bit more towards their children, and a bit less towards their job.
With the hope they have of providing more for their kids, emotionally and physically, comes the burden of guilt, and the never-ending wish it would go away.
For many working moms, it simply means that they wish there were more hours in the day to better fit in their ideal blend of career life and family life.
And that’s okay. Never change your desire to have a better balance.
Never stop trying to make it to the exact life you have always expected to give your kids.
The moment you feel like you are making strides to give your child the life that makes them the most happy, excited and care-free, the mom guilt won’t be so strong.
This Book Covers:
- Schedule For Success
- Connecting With Your Children
- Taking It Light And Easy
And so much more!!!
As you constantly divert your mom guilt to create positive experiences, and make changes in your life to reach the ideal vision you have for your children, you will feel the weight of mom guilt fall away.
Be your best coach - advocate and push for yourself to have everything you’ve ever wanted for your family. Don’t take less because you are a “working mom” - use that definition of yourself to strive for more. You deserve it all, and with enough belief in yourself, perseverance, and the correct skill set, you will be able to achieve all of your goals for a life that is free of mom guilt.