Hello, Dear Goddess
In the ever-evolving landscape of the digital age, where blog and online platforms provide spaces for voices to be heard, we're thrilled to bring to you our very first blog post!
Being a working mom is a daily juggling act that many women across the word can relate to. The pursuit of a successful career while nurturing a loving family can often feel like walking a tightrope.
From an early age, many of us were taught that we could have it all - a thriving career and a fulfilling family life. However, as we navigate this journey, we come to learn that "having it all" doesn't mean "doing it all". Finding that balance between work and family is a constant challenge that working moms face.
The guilt factor - One of the most prevalent emotions that working moms face is guilt. Guilt for not being present at every school event or missing bedtime due to late meetings. It's important to remember that this guilt is not a reflection of our love for our children, but a byproduct of societal expectations and pressure.
The truth is, being a working mom sets a good example for our kids. It shows them the value of dedication, pursuing our passions, working hard and contributing to the word. While we may miss some moments, we are also creating a legacy of strong, independent women.
Have an amazing support system - One of the most important factors in a working mom's life, is having a strong support system. Partners, family members, and friends play a crucial role. No one can do it all alone, and seeking support is a sign of strength, not weakness.
Set boundaries - having boundaries is key to maintaining a healthy work/life balance. This means being assertive about work hours, time off, and the urge of checking emails and calls during family time.
Being a working mom is a demanding and complex role, but also incredibly rewarding. It's about navigating the intricate act between ambition and motherhood, while challenging societal expectations.
Let us celebrate the strength an resilience of working moms who are paving the way for future generations of women to excel in both their careers and their family roles. Remember, you are not alone, and your journey is an inspiration to many!
Love, Dear Goddess