Today, a record number of people work from home, and a bulk of them earn a pretty penny. At first glance it seems as though everything in the home garden is rosy. Alas, often our hectic daily lives plague us with time-management problems. Find out how to juggle all of your obligations below.
Increasingly we rely on technology, email, Facebook, and texting to communicate with others. Groups of children and teens to gather for a social outing only to be found looking at their phones and not at one another. Our level of engagement and the way we spend time with one another is changing.
Feeling stressed? You’re not alone. Over 70% of U.S. moms say mothering is “incredibly stressful.” Studies also show that chronically stressed moms tend to be more insensitive to their kids’ needs, and that a mother’s ability to manage her own stress is a strong predictor of her kids happiness.
Trying to care for elderly parents while simultaneously raising your own children is enough to make anyone feel crazy. Moms like myself who are part of the sandwich generation are constantly being pulled in different directions, trying to be everything for everyone.
Going on a family vacation sounds great. It’s an opportunity to kick back and enjoy your kids and your spouse without the realities of everyday life intruding. You need a break, and a vacation sounds like the perfect way to get it. Unfortunately, you’re consistently putting off those vacation plans