Guidance To A Better Work Life Balance Stratford In The Mining Employees

By Catherine Perry

Women who choose to be mothers AND run successful businesses not only have "full plates", but they try to spin them all at the same time! This article provides Guidance to a better work life balance Stratford.

What is it in your present situation be it your job or being a stay at home mum or whatever you are doing right now, what is it that you enjoy doing the most? Is it that you love talking to your clients rather than the mounds of paper work you have to do? Is it that you love to play with your baby even though the housework needs attending to? Is it that listening to your favorite music helps you stop worrying about your relationship? What is it that you would prefer to do right now?

When you have decided, do it. Yes just do it. You will feel the tension lift if you surrender to yourself even for a short time. Your heart is where your wisdom lies and your heart is calling you to do what is best for you. Maybe 10 minutes playing with your baby will calm you enough to calm the entire family. Whatever it is, surrendering to your heart guidance will always have good results.

If you feel too overwhelmed to just let go and go with the flow of your heart, set a time limit on it. "I will listen to my inner guidance and do what feels good for the next 10 minutes" may be enough permission you feel comfortable giving yourself at first. Then see how you feel. If you can listen and let go you may only need 10 minutes to release the stress and tension and regain your balance.

When you let go of stress you are able to regain clarity and inspiration can flow. It is inspiration not motivation that gets things done efficiently and joyfully. Inspiration comes from wisdom and motivation comes from a place of lack so isn't nearly as powerful.

Doing what feels best distracts you from the worry and hurt and blame that is making you feel bad. Focusing on what feels good instantly manifests a more peaceful you and gives the Universe a chance to bring more of what you want into your experience.

Ask for help and delegate! There is no such thing as being Superwoman, and you can't do it all. Have someone help with groceries, errands, dry cleaning, etc. Or hire an assistant, even for just a few hours a week. A high-school student as a "mother's helper" in the afternoons costs very little, but will free you up to focus on only the most important "quality" things: intimate time to spend with the kids, for example.

I used this principle daily when I was in sales and achieved enormous success. I use it in my relationships and in all areas of my life. Try it and enjoy the results.

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