Investing in time for yourself doesn’t have to be elaborate or expensive. There are many ways to revive your spirit and increase energy with self-care. Even just a few moments to yourself each day can do wonders for your mental outlook.
Long-term exposure to stress for special needs moms is two times the level of typical parents. Atlanta mom Leslie Genske can relate.
Are you overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the details swirling around inside your head — work, school, home, doctors, therapies, medications, IEPs, government benefits? Does life feel like your in survival mode all the time? Try the Great Eight Tool to help you set priorities.
I feel like I understand that egg. There is so much pressure on us right now. Many of us are serving as teaching assistants, caring for the house, and working from home. Some of us have lost our income since the pandemic and are figuring out next steps. We are trying to establish some sense of normalcy in a very abnormal world. Sometimes the pressure is just. too. much.
We all have the same amount of minutes and hours each day and learning how to manage those hours will help us make the most of them.
Daily routines and systems are the keys to forming good habits, building self-discipline, and establishing order. Finding the right system for time management for busy moms can make a big difference in your day and allow more time for you to create joy and purpose in your life.