Which of the “theys” should you listen to? Which one of the know-it-all voices has the most wisdom? The correct answer is neither of them. There is one person with the correct answer. That person is you. Once you understand and truly believe that you are in the best position to decide how the work-life balance is to be handled in your life, the happier, less stressed and better off you will be.
There are normally several options to choose from and sometimes, all the choices seem like bad ones. That is all part of what it means to be an adult. Being an adult isn’t easy, but it isn’t something you can get out of doing. All you can do, the very best you can do is make the best decision you can at the time, with the information and resources you have in front of you at the time. This means that sometimes you will make the wrong decision. Sometimes you will choose work when you should have chosen home. At other times, the reverse would have been the better decision. But, in the end, you must make a decision, see it through and then move on to the next best decision available at the time.
Take time today to look at your life. When there are conflicts with work and home, make the best decision you can and don’t feel bad about it.
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It is fantastic to run a business where the employees have learned to properly balance work and home. At least once per year this is a big uproar when one “expert” or another writes a big article on how modern women are struggling to “have it all.” Typically the articles have a lot of moaning and complaining about the need for balance and how impossible it is to balance one’s work life and home life, how impossible it is to have it all. Smart entrepreneurs and supervisors know that employees are better workers when they are not overwhelmed by their responsibilities at work and at home. Click here to read more.
As a work at home mother, I am uniquely aware of the struggle involved in trying to balance work and home. We must work in order to earn a living and at the same time, we must spend time with our families, because that is where our hearts lie. That is the reason for this series, to show that we can balance work and home and emerge happily on the other side. In order to do that, we must use careful planning strategies. Thus – the plan fail dichotomy. Click here to read more.
Learn the secret of how to successfully balance work and home and share it with others
Modern women do a lot! It doesn’t matter if you are a stay at home mom, a work at home mom, or a working outside the house mom, there are a lot of balls in the air. Most women are trying to balance all the balls while skating up hill in roller skates. However, there are some women, a precious few women, who are able to do the balancing act with style, grace and calm. These special women, these heroines have a few secrets that can help all women balance home, work and life. Click here to read more.
It is fantastic to finally realize that there is no magic secret to the work-life balance puzzle and that is okay.
Whenever you gather a group of women together, the conversation inevitably turns to how hard it is to balance the duties at home and work. There is always a conversation about how to balance work, family and still squeeze in some personal time. Inevitably someone leaves the conversation upset because she feels like a failure because she can’t make it all work.Today I am advocating for a different way of looking at it. Get over the frustration, kick it out the door and say, forget it all and accept and embrace your life, whatever it is and keep moving. This is a great situation to use the seven stages of grief to handle. Click here to read more.
It may not be possible to divide your time evenly between home and work but you can balance better if you learn to enjoy the good moments.
So often when we are at work we feel guilty because we are not at home. Then, when we are at home or we take time away from work for family, we feel guilty for taking time off from work. What if instead, we enjoyed work when we are at work and enjoy home when we are at home? Click here to read more.