Tag: tips for working moms with toddlers

The Best Tips for Working Moms from Working Moms

The Best Tips for Working Moms from Working Moms

Wearer of many hats. Juggler of all the schedules. Taskmaster. Expert on the flamingo pose while holding a squirmy infant.  You are a working mom, and the world is on your shoulders. Mothers are great employees because of our attention of detail, dedication, and family values, but we do have a lot of information and tasks to keep up with, and it isn’t feasible to be at 100% everywhere. I have rounded up the best tips written by other working moms to help working moms in our struggles, our daily lives, to help us master our to-do lists gracefully and in […]

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Tips to Help your Toddler Develop Language Skills

Tips to Help your Toddler Develop Language Skills

Language skills are essential to your child’s future. Strong communication skills can help children manage their emotions, develop healthy relationships, and succeed professionally. As a parent, you can accelerate and enhance their verbal development by the way you interact with your child. Read on for tips on how to help your toddler develop language skills. How can I help my child develop language skills? Many studies show that talking and reading with children from an early age helps them to increase their vocabulary and other verbal abilities. Follow these practical tips full of simple and fun activities to help develop language skills in […]

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How To Stay Organized When Working Full-Time

How To Stay Organized When Working Full-Time

  Being a working mom has become a norm in today’s society. Mothers that have children under 18 participate in the workforce at whopping 70% and over 75% of those working mothers work full time. The statistics on women working and earning degrees in higher education continues to rise every year, we’re basically taking over the world 😉 Having kids and working is a lot to manage. It can be overwhelming at times because you are constantly on go and it feels like it doesn’t slow down as the kids continue to grow. Being organized will help you stay sane and […]

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How to Keep Your Career and Personal Goals alive as a Working Mom

How to Keep Your Career and Personal Goals alive as a Working Mom

As moms, we all know how difficult it can be just to get five hours of sleep at night, let alone keep our career and personal goals a float. But, just because you have a family and new responsibilities, doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your dreams. Today we will be discussing tips to help you keep your goals alive while running around after your kids. Keeping your Goals Alive as a Working Mom     Limit Social Media I think social media is a great thing. It’s an excellent way for us to be able to […]

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How to Be Successful as A Working Mom in 2018

How to Be Successful as A Working Mom in 2018

*This is a sponsored post* Tips for How to Be Successful as A Working Mom in 2018 We’re on the edge of a new year, and a lot of moms are looking for ways to balance everything. This isn’t a new concept, but it seems like moms in the modern and digitally-driven era put more pressure on themselves than ever because there are constant reminders on blog posts and social media that they’re just not doing enough, or so it would seem. If you’re excelling in your career you might feel like your kids aren’t getting the best of you, […]

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How to stay Productive when Working From Home

How to stay Productive when Working From Home

Working from home is a one-day goal of mine. I know I’m not alone in that. Working from home gives us the opportunity to find that delicate work-life balance. If you’re like me, we’re searching to learn how to be more focused on our work so we can spend more time with our family. I work full-time in the corporate world. One day I wish to transition into a more part-time schedule, perhaps with some of that time working from home. I’m allowed a few work from home days, usually with special permission if someone is sick (myself or the toddler) […]

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Morning Routine Tips for Busy Moms that Will Make You an Organized Rockstar

Morning Routine Tips for Busy Moms that Will Make You an Organized Rockstar

Inside: Rock your busy mom morning routine with these organization tips!  I see it every morning. I know what you’re going through. Rushing to get out the door. Already running late. Checking the traffic report and dreading the drive ahead. The toddler just doesn’t want to put on his shoes or leave his latest obsession: the measuring spoons. The fussing and “hurry up” and stress that happens every day. Mornings are rough enough as a working mom. Not only do we have to get ourselves ready but we also need to get the children up, dressed, and fed.     Get […]

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How to use Google Calendar to organize your busy working mom life

How to use Google Calendar to organize your busy working mom life

Your life is busy, and your mind is a whirlwind of information. You are doing your best to keep it all straight, but things fall through the cracks. You are looking for some working mom organization tips to organize your busy life. I hear you! That’s why I’m sharing some of my (not very complicated) busy mom organization tips. I have learned that trying to remember all things and simply relying on your memory is not enough, and the use of friendly tools is required to organize my working mom life. The tool of my choice? Google Calendar.  Why I […]

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Tips for Battling Momnesia

Tips for Battling Momnesia

Inside: Tips for Battling Momnesia, or Mommy Brain. How to overcome forgetfulness and stay on top of your tasks. Read tips from a group of moms. Sorry, my “mommy brain” made me forget. I’m sure you have heard this phrase too much already, but the struggle is real. The reality is that sometimes we have too much on our minds.   Are you suffering from momnesia? What is mommy brain? Sometimes, our brains really do get full of everything that we have to do – everything that includes keeping ourselves and our tiny humans healthy, plus run the household, plus perform well at […]

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