When applying for a new job or getting a promotion, women between 25 and 35 often think they might be at a disadvantage. Whether this is true or not, fact is that that´s for many women the age group they might be starting a family or are busy running their new family. But if we think about, is that really a disadvantage? Because the way I see it, there are a lot of advantages of having a mom-employee since in many aspects moms can make better employees and have some very unique skills.
In the last two weeks, we looked at the first and second part of a three-part series of quick and simple workout for busy moms that you can do from anywhere and anytime. So today is time to share the last workout and see how we can fit this in our week.
Dear single mom,
I have always had this special admiration for you for doing most of this motherhood thingy alone, but this month that admiration went to a whole new level. Let´s face it, being a mom can be freaking hard and I really had to adjust to this new life but I did have someone to share the load with. You probably didn´t, single mom.
One of the keys to being productive and getting things done during your day is to be well rested. So that makes us moms kind of screwed right? When are we ever well rested? I don´t know about you but I don´t remember the last night I had a full 8hour uninterrupted stretch of sleep.
Last week I shared the first of a series of quick and simple workout for busy moms that you can do from anywhere and anytime. And I have to say, despite it being super fast I still had to be very conscious about not skipping this workout. Although I aimed to do this in the morning before starting work, there were days (a lot actually) where I didn´t get to it before going to bed. So yes I did it, but I need to work more on getting this as part of my routine.