Working and raising a family isn’t an easy job, but if you go about things the right way it can be done. So don’t listen to those who tell you that ‘women can’t have it all’ when it comes to kids and career! Here are a few things you can do to make life easier for yourself and keep your days running as smoothly as possible. 

Get organised

As a busy person, being organised is key. You need to have your schedule in order, you need to automate areas of your life where possible, you need to write to- do lists, meal plan and more. Don’t leave things to chance, get organised and life will run much more smoothly for you. Get into good habits such as getting clothes ready the night before and doing a bit of cleaning and laundry each day so that it doesn’t all pile up. 

Learn to drive

Are you navigating your way through life on public transport? Chances are you end up wasting so much of your day walking to bus stops, waiting on buses and trains and generally getting stressed out. As a busy working mum, being able to get around can make your life so much easier. With a car you can get to where you need to be, whenever you need to be there, there’s no waiting around and relying on public transport.

When you’re getting to and from work, doing the school run, running errands and more it just makes sense. Invest in yourself, learn to drive and then get yourself an inexpensive used car from a company like LMC. You’ll save time, and you might even save money in the long run- especially if you’re having to pay travel tickets for yourself and your children. 

Accept extra help

It’s easy to feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders, but it doesn’t have to be the case. There’s no shame in accepting extra help where you need it. Perhaps family members have offered to babysit so you can get your house cleaned, or maybe you’re considering hiring help in the form of a cleaner, nanny or laundry service.

We all have limited hours in our day, if you’re struggling getting everything done then accepting help from loved ones or paying a company to help you is no bad thing. It’s better than struggling on your own, even if it frees up time to spend with your kids, it helps you to be the best parent you can be.

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