Being organized can help you streamline your life, whether you are a working mom or not. However, for working moms, organization can help you get everything done and reduce the stress on everyone. Utilize the many apps that are available for your smart phone to help keep track of appointments and other commitments. Do as much preparation as you can the night before to reduce morning stress. Find these and other organizational ideas for working moms in the following 10 blogs.
- Taming the Transition Times Help your children adjust to transitions in their day by developing a routine with them that will reduce drama for you both.
- Going Back to Work? 5 Tips to Make the Working Mom Thing Easier Look at the schedule for the week ahead of time and plan out the meals you will have on certain nights.
- Getting the Whole Family Organized Put everyone’s schedule down on one calendar that everyone in the family can see so that activities aren’t missed.
- Organizational Tips for New Working Moms Pack a diaper bag the night before so it’s ready when you need to run out the door in the morning.
- 20+ Secrets of (Somewhat-Organized) Working Moms Don’t sweat the small stuff; spending time with your child is more important than folding laundry.
- Life Hack: 10 Organizational Apps That Will Boost Every Mom’s Life 2Do is an app that will help with your task list.
- Organization Tips for the New Working Mom When you walk in the door avoid just dropping everything into a pile. Instead, spend a few extra minutes putting everything in its rightful place.
- Simple Tips for Working Moms to Get Organized Working from home can be every bit as challenging as working in a corporate office. Take these tips to heart when organizing your home office.
- Morning Tips for Working Moms Do as much as you can the night before to get ready for the next day.
- Organizational Tips for Moms that Work Outside the Home Do not open your e-mail throughout the day. Instead, have a set time that you check it.
This post was written by Maria Wells who writes for http://www.housekeeping.org/blog/