Where did the day go!?

Ever had a day when you get to the end of it and think ” Where did the day go? I didn’t get ANYTHING done!”

If you are like me, that is at LEAST every other day!

If you would like to figure out a way to keep this from happening as often, read on below.

Determine your MITs

I came across a concept that I have seen several people

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Using chore charts to reduce Mom stress

I mentioned in an earlier post about creating Standard Operating Procedures for your home (SOPs). These are very commonly used in business and the concept can transfer over to running your home as well. It helps you and everyone else know what the routine and expectations are in your home, which should in turn help your house run smoother (most of the time anyway!)

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Learning to work with the time you have

So many women are under the pressure to get THIS MUCH work done in an itty-bitty amount of time.

Whether you work for yourself or someone else, when you work from home, especially with kids around, you have to learn to get us much done in as little time possible.

Making the most of the time you have:

Do things that don’t require a lot of thought or attention when

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10 habits for a well-run home

Or should I have titled this 10 habits to keep mom sane?

One reasons moms can feel overwhelmed is well, because they are. They have so much to do, and a limited time to do it in.

One way to overcome some of this overwhelmed feeling is to create some daily habits for taking care of your home and family.

There may be different habits that

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Make an appointment with yourself

As busy moms, we struggle with wanting to make improvements and changes, but we also struggle with finding the time to DO the things we are wanting to do.

First, decide WHAT it is you want to do.

There are hundreds, thousands of things that people want to change at the beginning of this new year. Maybe yours is on this list below:

Some

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Divide and conquer to get more done

This past week found me sick in bed for days with strep throat. I will be keeping things a little light around here for the rest of the year, as I want to have time for my family, plus I am working on a great project for THIS website. It will probably be January 1st before the reveal, but we will be getting a great new name and domain, TheStressedMom.com!

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How to do that thing you really want to do

We all have things we want to accomplish. A book to write, a room to decorate, a marathon to run, a business to begin. And some of us have things that have been sitting there, in our minds, for quite a while, waiting for us to take a step, to make a move.

3 steps to help you do the thing you really want to do

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How to get more done in a day

A busy mom’s day is filled with chaos and motion. Always on the go, if not physically, then mentally. Always worrying about what needs to be done next. Let me show you how a principle from big business can work to make your life more peaceful and productive.

Standard Operating Procedures for your home

If you have ever worked for a larger company or corporation, they probably ran by

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How to spend time instead of wasting it

TIME.

We all have the same amount each day, but each person is given a different number of days, which none of us knows. Steve Jobs’ passing has me thinking about how I am using my time that I have been given. Am I spending my time wisely or am I wasting it?

For each of us this would look a little different, as it will depend

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Making your to-do list work for you

managing time

I have always been drawn to the concept of time management. I have worked for corporate America in the past, and took many time management courses, as well as studying time management on my own.

I think it is kinda funny that we actually think we can manage time, when time is going to keep marching itself along tick, tock, tick, tock, no matter what we do or don’t do!

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