Balancing Work And Family

For working women morning hours are total chaotic. Preparing children for school, making their Tiffin's, preparing your own lunch boxes, making break-fast, if you have pets then pampering them and giving them their food and morning walks, all these things and many more chores to take care of make you tired even before you have started your work. Follow our tips to avoid the mad morning rush.

For working women morning hours are total chaotic. Preparing children for school, making their Tiffin's, preparing your own lunch boxes, making break-fast, if you have pets then pampering them and giving them their food and morning walks, all these things and many more chores to take care of make you tired even before you have started your work. Your attitude at work and work performance is also affected by the a.m. chaos that occurs at home trying to get you and/or your family out the door to face another challenging day. Well to make your morning rush relaxed and easy here are a few tips that will really help you avoid the mad chaotic hours and give you a more relaxed day ahead at work.

Follow these simple Ten Bright Ideas For a Happier Morning:

Go to Bed Earlier
This help because if you go to bed early then you will be able to rise early and finish your daily chores without any interruptions and at ease thus avoiding the mad rush. Though it may take your body a few weeks to adapt to retiring earlier, but in the long run, it will be easier for you to rise at an earlier time also.

Choose Clothing for the Next Day
Laying clothes out the night before or thinking about what you plan to wear helps save time in the morning. So choose whatever you plan wearing the next day for work and stock them in your wardrobe or keep them lying on the selves. Morning dressing becomes hassle free.

Put All Items You Carry to Work in One Place
By doing this you will not forget anything in the rush to go to work and it will also save time. Thus it's a good idea to keep near the door your keys, briefcase, important papers and office documents, purse, school supplies, etc at night itself.

Get up at Least 1-1/2 Hours Prior to Leaving for Work
A few minutes added to your morning preparation time can prevent frantic dressing, no breakfast, and forgotten tasks that need to be done before leaving.

Prepare yourself first before Waking Others
Do this and it will not leave you totally left out of time to dress yourself and make your things ready for work. Time alone in the morning for yourself, without bumping into others or being interrupted, will not keep you unprepared for work and will save a lot of time.

Encourage Spouse to help you in Morning house hold chores
This is a very good practice since you will get a helping hand and it will save a lot of time if workload is divided. Have your spouse share morning tasks so that you don't bear all the responsibility.

Have Children Make Their Lunches and help you in food preparation
You can ask your children if they are mature enough to help you by preparing their own lunch boxes. You can encourage them to help you out in preparing lunch and packing the Tiffin's and lunch boxes. This will save your time and get them involved in food preparation.

Set Your Clocks Ahead
This is a wonderful trick. It may be psychological, but having your clocks and watches set 5 to 10 minutes ahead can keep you on schedule.

Set Breakfast table the night before
Set the breakfast table the night before. This will save a lot of your time cause it is difficult to prepare breakfast and lunch at the same time. Your breakfast should be light. Sit down for 15 minutes and eat a light, wholesome breakfast. If you're on the run, grab a piece of fruit, or just drink milk or juice with a small filled sandwich. You can also eat while commuting.

Make this teamwork
This is important because unless and until you get help and co-operation from your family it will not be possible for you to cope up with your home and work. So you have to sit down with your children and spouse and make them understand what you expect form them and how you want the workload divided and shared by all.


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