Super Moms: Striking That Elusive Work-Life Balance

Mom’s have always been our unsung superheroes, and the pandemic only brought to light just how hard they work.

Over the last fifty years, striking a balance between work and motherhood has posed a problem for families across the United States.

A recent study from the American Association of University Women reveals that mothers are 40% more likely to report that child care issues harmed their career.

An additional 23% claim they have been treated “as if they aren’t committed” to their jobs because of their children.

How Do You Make the Work-Life Balance Work?

Whether you’re setting goals, scheduling time for yourself, or meal planning to save time on dinner prep, there are certain tricks to maintaining a healthy balance between work and life.

“Know how to set boundaries,” says working mom Julie Cameron. The owner of Family Trips and Travels has three children, ages 3, 5, and soon to be 7.

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