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  1. Enjoyed reading this post. And believe me I have been where you have been. My daughters are all grown up now though.

    Now I am a fellow blogger, writer and musician. Keep up the good work!

    Blessings to you!

      • Sharon

        I am at http://thisishissong.com. Forgot to say I left my full-time position in HR to pursue the writing and music. But while I was in HR, my specialty was quality of Work/Life which I became passionate about after my own challenges as a work outside the home mother. Of course while in that position I was probably the most unbalanced person I knew! Smile!

        • Smile! I admire your initiative in pursuing your dreams! I hope you are still enjoying your writing and music. By the way, your blog is lovely!
          xx, Savannah

  2. Great post, I had to prioritise once I had my son and asking for help was the only way to make me sane. I so relate with this and I am sure most moms would too.

    • Hi Joan,
      Thanks for the comment! I’m glad you can relate. This is such a real problem that moms have to face! Were you able to stay at home eventually?

  3. I can imagine how hard it must be for you. 😕 But being a SAHM is not a walk in the patk either…😪 you’ll realize your duties only pile up. It can get lonely, and sometimes you just want to take out the trash so you can have a moment for yourself. 😅

    • Hi Janice, Thanks for dropping in! Yes I know that SAHMs are often the busiest of all moms! Truthfully, I am exhausted from this weekend of mom duties…
      but being with my daughter is well worth the exhaustion.
      Have you joined any mommy support groups? I hope I will get the chance to, in the future! 🙂

  4. I love this! I can definitely relate! Sometimes I feel like I’m being stretched thin. I work from home, however, I find that it’s even HARDER this way since my little one sees me all the time. Plus, I still breastfeed so I know just how hard it is to multitask while doing it. I definitely love your suggestions and I do believe that they are great steps in the right direction. It’s so refreshing to read about another Mama’s struggles. I don’t feel alone. Thank you for sharing and I wish you the best of luck on this journey! 🙂

    • Hi Shanika, I’m so glad you relate! I will definitely be posting a lot more about motherhood and I hope to hear from you again! Wow, I’d love to hear about how you work from home. I know that must be challenging, but I hope I’ll be able to do that in the future.
      Best wishes to you! xx

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