Working Moms: 5 Secrets of a Happy and Healthy Life

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Working moms are under a lot of stress. They are subjected to regular stressful situations at work, just like everybody else. On top of that, there is a survey saying that 29% of those working moms do not hire a nanny because they feel guilty when they do so. This all adds up to very high stress levels and that affects your mind and body, but also has a significant effect on your child’s wellbeing. Here are some tricks coming from some very smart working moms.

Find Your Perfect Stress Management Technique

You need to acknowledge your stress levels in order to be able to do something about them. You need to find the way that works for you. For some, this means yoga, meditation or even some good music in your car on your way to work. A massage from your loved one also helps. However, in order to beat the stress, you need to get to the root of your problem and deal with it.


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Your Work Hours and Your Home Hours Will Mix

Balancing home and work may seem on the verge of impossible, but moms do it, and they do it well. However, you will have a hard time if you decide that you are not about to take the work home and your home issues to work. Embrace the fact that these two will have to mix. Pay the bills during your lunch break or go grocery shopping. Take some of that work home and grab an hour to complete it. What is most important, do not feel bad about it.

Go on Those Vacation Trips You Dream About

Don’t feel desperate if you don’t have the time for long vacations. Studies say that you’re better off with short vacations, anyway. Therefore, if you long for a prolonged weekend, now and then, make it happen. It will make you feel more relaxed, satisfied and rested. All of which are important for your health and happiness.


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Break the Routines

Doing the same thing day in and day out will definitely make you feel like a slave or that hamster that runs in circles without getting anywhere. This feeling leads to desperation. Therefore, break your routine every now and then. Take a different route to work. Change your dietary habits or just the place where you get your lunch. Stop jogging and go swimming instead.

Set Some Basic Goals with Your Child

You will feel a lot better and a lot less guilty if you see that your child is making a progress. This does not mean that you should force them to study even before their school age, but you can set some basic goals that you can reach while having fun. These should be some very basic things a preschooler can achieve. It’s not necessary, but it would be good if they could recognize their name in written form, print their own name and know some basic numbers (Little Learning School).

With all this in mind, don’t forget to sleep. At times, this may sound like a waste of time, but it truly is not. Sleep deprivation will make you miserable, tired, ineffective and moody. That is the last thing your children need. Therefore, give them a happy and rested mom that they deserve.





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Gabriella Disendorf

Gabriella Diesendorf is a freelance writer from Australia and a devoted mother. She loves badgering about beauty, green lifestyle choices and parenting techniques, and if you mention attachment parenting or natural makeup she will bore you to death.

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