Every year, when January rolls around, people tend to reflect and evaluate how life has been going, and make decisions for the coming year. For many working women, the year flies by between working, caring for children, house cleaning, laundry, food preparation, and if they're lucky catching some rest every once in a while. If you feel like you're one of these people whose life is going at breakneck speed and you want to make some changes, consider delegating some of your responsibilities.
Many working mothers claim they can't give up anything. They have to do it all themselves. But what they find is, instead of a very good job at a few things, they do a mediocre job at everything. You may have felt this way from time to time. For instance, in an effort to get the house in order one morning you may have rushed out the door and one of the kids forgot something they needed for school. In your preoccupation you made some mistakes at work, causing stress in that situation. By the end of the day, you're feeling dinner is too much to handle, so you pick-up another pizza, and head home. You snap at kids who are supposed to be doing homework or picking up their rooms while you're trying to clean bathrooms and get some laundry done. Oh, and when you finally tuck the kids into bed, one of them lets you know they are supposed to bring in cookies for a school event tomorrow.
If this sounds familiar to you, don't you want 2016 to be different? If you could hand off some of the weekly cleaning tasks, your time and mind would be freed up to focus more diligently on your responsibilities at work when you're there, and on your children and family the rest of the time. When you're trying to juggle so much, you're bound to drop a ball. If you want someone to help out with the cleaning responsibilities this year, contact us.