Are you trying to be supermomma but end up feeling overwhelmed, stressed, tired, and unappreciated. Then it may be a good time to rethink things. Momma’s are the world’s best jugglers: family, work, money—they seem to do it all. Us Mommas need to remember we do not have super hero powers and we do need a break from time to time.
Momma responsibilities and tasks at home can often be done or shared by other members in the family. This is also a great way to teach the kids lessons on house work and maybe even about allowances.
Get the family involved by making a “To do” list for everyone in your family. If you have young children or babies, who are not able to help at this time, ask your husband to pitch in. Single moms, can join other single moms to set up a buddy system to help out with tasks like helping each other with grocery shopping or watching each others children. Trading on and off really helps. Even knowing you have someone you can go talk to and let your kids play together can really help.
Take time for yourself. Mommas often put their family needs first and neglect their own. Ask a friend or family member (even hire someone) to help with the children. Pampering yourself, even just a small pampering like taking a long relaxing bath%2