Time Made Simple For Mothers: Discover How to Find Time for Yourself While Juggling Responsibilities
Are you looking for ways to make more time for yourself? Do you feel too busy and overwhelmed to spend time with your children? If you want to discover how to regain control of your time, then keep reading…
The alarm rings.
You groggily get out of bed, wake the children, and refresh your face.
Your kids are dragging their feet, but you urge them to hurry while preparing yourself.
You make them breakfast, check that they have their raincoats and bags. Then, you hurry to check your own bag and grab the report you finished at 1 am.
Finally, you’re all in the car. You look at the time and breathe a sigh of relief. You and your children will be on time for school and work, even if just barely.
You drive away, but then a terrible realization strikes. You forgot to pack them lunches!
Being a mom isn’t easy. But keeping up with time?
Time is fleeting and unforgiving. The clock keeps ticking. It waits for no one. Yet, managing the present is much easier than you think once you know the right tips and tricks.
You don’t want to wake up already feeling overwhelmed by all the tasks and responsibilities of the day. You also don’t want to miss out on your kids’ teenage years. They grow so fast, don’t they?
Most mothers experience those exact feelings and regrets when they think about their relationship with time.
According to a survey of 2,000 American moms, on average, moms spend 97 hours a week parenting – the equivalent of 2.5 full-time jobs.
And yet, despite being so overworked, two out of three mothers (69%) would like to spend even more time caring for their children.
Luckily, time management is a well-researched concept, as mastering this skill is key to survival. As long as you’re aware of the latest techniques to better manage your day, you won’t have to constantly race against time.
In Time Made Simple for Mothers, you’ll discover:
- Where your “me time” goes and how to regain it in less than a week
- How to revamp your house into a time-saving place
- Time management tips that your partner will be eager to learn
- How to avoid the most common mistakes that 80% of mothers fall into
- How to use technology as a weapon against time
- Why being a supermom seems like a good idea, but isn’t
- Ways to make time for yourself even if you only have only 17 minutes of “me time” each day
And much more…
As a free bonus, you’ll get a family chore schedule to help you jumpstart your journey into saving time.
Most mothers consider quitting their day job to deal with their lack of time. However, they don’t realize that they are running out of time, not because of their work, but because of their bad habits and routines.
Time management is easily one of the most valued skills in the modern day. Thus, research has made the practice so simple that, with a bit of determination, even a grandma could learn to get out of old habits and better manage her time.
As a mother, if you can already do the equivalent of 2.5 full-time jobs, you can follow this book and make your time simple to manage again.
If you want to regain control of your ticking clock, scroll up and click the “Buy now with 1-Click” button right away!
Remember, the best moment to take action is now, because time won’t wait for you.