Being a work-at-home-mom (WAHM) can be a wonderful experience. You typically can schedule at least some of your work around your family, you don’t have long drives to and from the office and you usually don’t have to spend exorbitant amounts on child care.
Of course, like many things in life, there is always a flip side — and in the case of most WAHMs, that is trying to juggle the real work and responsibilities that you have every day with the constant needs of your kids,
Bullet journaling is an analog system, meaning you don’t need anything more complicated than a notebook and a pen or pencil. While it’s very customizable, and you’re certainly welcome to change things around, in this article, I will walk you through the setup for a traditional bullet journal as first introduced by Ryder Carroll from BulletJournal.com. Use it as a starting point, get comfortable with the basic system and then change it from there.
I posted this photo on Instagram of how I practice bullet journaling. Since then I have had quite a few people reach out to me to get additional information on what is, how I got started and just how effective it is with balancing the many hats that I wear.
Over the next few weeks I will be giving you all a closer look at how I use bullet journaling and simple ways to incorporate it within your daily practices.
Honestly, how DO you create balance in your crazy life?
It’s a question so many have. Work-life balance can be a constant struggle and area of angst.
For anyone who wants to create a balance in their life at home and at work there are various areas that we should look at. You may not even be aware of how all these different areas affect you when it comes to leading a balanced life.
It’s true; not every career is plain sailing. But then, that is life. Life can throw unexpected curve balls at us. Be that in our daily lives, our work and career, or just in general with friends and family. Sometimes it’s the unexpected moments that can hit us the hardest. Our choice of career, our goals and ambitions are important. We want to succeed and do well.
But what happens when those unexpected things go wrong in our workplace?
A question I get asked on a regular basis is “How do I leave my full-time job?” I’m an honest, open and real kind of person, so I always let them know “Before you quit, make sure you’re really about this entrepreneur life!” It’s not all sunshine and daisies. There are sacrifices, tears and frustrations a plenty.
Job dissatisfaction is a common conversation. Before you quit, there are steps you can and should take to address them.
This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as a part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
Creating healthier habits is a big focus of mine this year. Last year, I had some health issues that really gave me a scare and was an eye-opener that I need to be more attentive to my health and wellness needs.
Recently on our Facebook page, I outlined the key areas I was focusing on for my health and wellness: (1) more fruits and vegetables;