I am so busy with the hustle and bustle of life, that I forget to focus on what matters most; my health. I support my family, but realize that I only have my spouse to lean on. I am working on building a support system that is more focused on me. I understand now the benefits of healthy lifestyles more than what I thought. I know that it takes more than a quick fix to make lifestyle changes.
I wake up earlier then I would for a job, my wardrobe is different but I never stop working. A stay at home Mom loses nothing but gains the ability to be able to manage more than just a cubicle (in some cases). She still maintains all the qualities that a job is requiring, time management, dedication, and a multitasker, without pay! It’s not a question that sometimes a Mother would have to call out a little more than others but we have some fathers that are just as dedicated. In most events the mother will be the one to take off so the father doesn’t.
In today’s world it’s very hard to make ends meet with only one income. Children benefit in some ways from their mom working. In this materialistic culture children want to have all the nice things and what’s hot. Working mothers spend on average just as much quality time with their children as non working mothers. Divorce, single parents, and unmarried parents have always existed.
A job is always important because the world runs on money, nothing is free. With this job we will be able to purchase a house and help support our families. Our families are the most important part of out life, and they will allow us to reach our goal. Sometimes families may also lead us to become stressed, it helps to have a safe place. You can find that safe
When you do this, life becomes much easier since you are totally controlling how you live by your values and you can decide how to act on them. This is very useful if your goal happens to be well in the future. You can live a successful life today by living your values, you don't have to delay success until you reach your goal. Just live your values. If you use this definition, a career woman that leaves her career to pursue her values of love, nurturing and caring to stay at home with her children, has more success than a CEO who rakes in millions but isn't living her values of spending valuable time with her family.
Needless to say, I didn't say 'yes' the first time. In spite of this, I did marry; yet my idea of family was built without preconceived ideologies. I've done what I felt was nurturing and beneficial for my children both environmentally and educationally. All in all, my family is successful though we are a work in progress. I'm often overly diligent in their wellbeing out of my heightened need for them what I never had; the experience of a wonderful family that sets the basis for a successful life when life beyond the days of a dreamy child are a hardship all their own.
One minute manager is a book every one should read. It is surprisingly strange why this method is not applied everywhere. It is a great way to be effective and efficient and I do not see any disadvantages of it. People can use it not only in workplace but also in their everyday life to build a good relationship with family, friends,
Whether you choose to pray or med... ... middle of paper ... ...difficult for the single parent, they work full-time, being the sole bread winner for the family. They are both parents to their children as well as the person that takes care of the house and every other need that has to deal with family issues. The single parent usually does not get a moment of privacy, so for them to find time for spirituality much come for a deeper internal light, for most are too tired by the end of day, to pray. Way many church are bringing single parents back into spirituality is to prove day-care during evening services or special classes for that specifically speak to those that are single parents. Many single parents gravitate to prayer groups that meet in home on a regular night.
However, over time this perception has changed and I have found that it is not true that putting in the most hours makes you the best employee. The birth of my son six years ago really changed my perceptions and priorities. When my husband and I were both focused on our careers it was easy to get in the pattern of working long hours, but once you have a child at home you have a very good reason to not spend every waking hour working. I have discovered the true importance of work life balance and contrary to my old beliefs I think it has actually made me a better employee. I am motivated to do my best when I am at work, while working very efficiently and with a purpose.
Education is what leads to knowledge and then on to money and power. These are the hopes and dreams of a parent for their child. They hope that one day th... ... middle of paper ... ...erspective, it provides family members with just enough to survive and and the ability to move on to the next day of their lives. During the Progressive era, times were extremely difficult and payments were low while taxes were high. So to remain on their feet, every member of a family wanted to work regardless of their age.