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Being a working mum is no mean feat. Being a functional and organised working mum is even harder when your partner works as well and you have to juggle work commitments, kids, maintaining a social life and encouraging a healthy lifestyle.
But it doesn’t have to be impossible.
Start by taking the time to plan out your work day so you don’t leave the office feeling frazzled, planning your meals and when the house will be tidied with this FREE printable pack designed by busy parents, for busy parents.
This Organised Working Mum Printable Pack helps you start organise your life so less of your mental energy is focused on the things that weigh you down, like maintaining your home, getting through a workday and worrying about what to cook for dinner. These are proven systems that I have used and still use to make sure my life remains as simple as possible, leaving me more time to focus on the things I love doing… spending time with my family.
Does the thought of returning to work scare you? Have you already returned to work and are struggling to keep it together? Here are tips to help you be a functional working mum.
For many working mums, deciding which breast pump to purchase is an intimidating task. You want value for money, and longevity of use if you’re going to be pumping at work. A Spectra breast pump was the reason I was able to meet my breastfeeding goals, despite returning to work.
Packing a hospital bag is a pretty daunting task, whether you are a first-time mum or a seasoned pro. You never know what you might need to have on hand and even if you’ve had plenty of babies, have a look at this list to make sure you haven’t missed anything, in case the dreaded pregnancy brain fog has taken you over.
As a first time mum who was fortunate to receive A LOT of hand-me-down baby items (my aunt’s third child is 11 months older than my daughter) and a lot of advice (sometimes conflicting) from maternal influences, friends and Facebook parenting groups, it was hard to know what baby items were essential to making life easier as a parent.