Working Mom's Guide to Balancing Family, Career and Life

Featured on Working Mom Journal Today!

Featured on Working Mom Journal Today!

I am very honored to have been asked to guest post over on Working Mom Journal today.   My post is about finding balance…and offers tips on how to achieve your goals and be content with your ever shifting priorities.

Excerpt:

Parenting, Marriage and Me Time

This is where the real struggle usually comes when trying to find balance in your life. How do you balance the needs of your children with the needs of your marriage and your individual needs. If you are looking for a magic formula, you will fail. Why? For similar reasons to why you can’t just give every priority 4 hours. Each minute spent with your kids, husband, or for yourself is not created equally. All time spent is valuable, don’t get me wrong, but there are some moments more important than others:

  • A family dinner is not equal to the day your kid gets his driver’s license or your daughter is asked to the school dance.
  • Sitting next to your husband watching the news isn’t equal to a romantic weekend away.

Please go read the rest and leave a comment with your thoughts.

And check back on Friday for when Blessing from Working Mom Journal will be featured here on Mom in Management!

7 Responses to Featured on Working Mom Journal Today!

  1. I love your writing. That post definitely resonated with me. I had to read it twice.

  2. Daria says:

    Thank you Blessing! I really appreciate you hosting me today. :)

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  4. Cori says:

    great writing and congrats on being featured!! Isn’t it a great feeling!

  5. MusingMom6 says:

    I couldn’t agree more. There are little things and then there are intimate things. The school dance, the first drivers license, these are intimate, they bring the persons to a depth not reached in day to day living.

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