If you’re a wife and mother who goes to work, works from home, or runs a business, then you must have help at home. That’s it; it just had to be put out there like that. If you don’t have help, then you need to ask yourself some hard questions. If you have chosen to not have a business or career, that’s a different matter. However, if you want to make money, contribute meaningfully to the economy, and raise your kids properly, you need help at home whether it’s someone who resumes and closes or someone who lives with you. Here are a few things every working mother without an assistant should know.
Proverbs 31 Babe: The Virtue of Waking Up Early
“She gets up before dawn to prepare breakfast for her household and plan the day’s work…” Proverbs 31:15
I’m an owl. Naturally I do my best work when I’m at my desk late into the night, and in the mornings I prefer to sleep in. There is nothing wrong with this, per se; after all we can’t all be larks. Unfortunately, time is a precious commodity, and the world starts counting time in the morning. Accordingly, wise people wake up with the world- early birds who are rewarded with the proverbial worm.
A few years ago I paid attention for the first time to the fact that the Virtuous Woman of Proverbs 31 was also an early bird, and I thought, “If her results are anything to go by, joining this tribe is a move definitely worth considering.”
Now, I’m a self-made Morning Person, and I’ll share with you why and how.
6 Tips For Husbands Of Stay-At-Home Mums
Many people think being a full-time homemaker is easier than being a working parent, but people who know can tell you this isn’t true. Being a stay-at-home mum can be deeply rewarding, but it is quite stressful.
So husband, if you and your wife have decided that you will keep working while she stays with the kids and manages the home, here are just 6 of the many ways you can make her life easier. Continue reading…