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Tips for Modern Mommy

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Tips for modern mothers
Mothers of the modern age are multitaskers. They juggle their way through work life and family, maintaining a fine balance between the two. This is not as easy as they make it look.
Most women choose the juggling act due to economic reasons; however, they may feel stressed while trying to maintain a work-life balance. Nevertheless, planning and organization can help modern moms go a long way. Here are some tips for modern moms. 
1. No time for guilt
Do not feel guilty when you are away from your child because after all you are working hard for your family. It is important to acknowledge your choice and focus on your priorities. You will be able to get through this. Speak to your partner or, alternatively, you may seek help on forums and blogs.
2. Find the right childcare provider
You can find a reliable childcare provider for your baby during the hours that you may be unavailable. Daycare centers, babysitters,and nannies with a good record and experience can be found through references from your family and  friends. 
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3. Organize your daily routine
Prepare lunches, clothes, bags, and other work for the morning on the previous evening. This will save you time and stress before you leave for work. Try and divide the chores with your partner so you do not feel burdened and tired. 
4. Prioritize for your family
Organize all your family priorities and be more efficient. Prepare a weekly calendar and note down birthdays, events, family time, and bill payments so that you are ready for the week. 
5. Time for yourself 
Ensure that in all this chaos, you have some time for yourself and your partner. Spend quality time with your children, either at meals during the week and all day during weekends. Furthermore, take care of yourself and ensure that you get good rest. 
We support and salute your decision as a working mom. Just ensure that you find creative strategies to balance time among work, family, and yourself.
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