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  1. I work from my home and yes i have a domestic helper who helps me in the cooking and talking care of my little one for some time..And my parents live close by already ready to help if i need anything…That’s how it is making me easier to work peacefully

  2. Knowing when and how to ask for help is so important! It is definitely difficult though for those who don’t have family or a good support system close by, so I’d say that’s the most helpful bit in keeping your sanity as a working momma.

  3. this is such an important topic! I remember when I went back to work after my first daugher we had to go through some of the same process, get a cleaner in, get grocery pick up set up, get meals delivery. It’s impossible to do it all no matter what anyone says.

  4. Great blog, Cassie! Will let my expecting sister read this one, she’s also working full time from home. ♥️ ♥️ By any chance you are interested on doing collaborations, you can check out the collaborations portal of Phlanx.com and connect with amazing brands!

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  5. Rosa

    Hello. I am a part time working woman. I can relate so much with this blog. I have a cleaning crew that does the deep cleaning every 2 weeks. I also take my kids to day care so I can get errands done and get some me time. I also have my parents that will help me last minute for watching my kiddos 4 and 6 years old. Without the help I would still feel so overwhelmed, but I also love how you mention the dialogue that occurs in our heads and the unnecessary guilt. Thank you for that, I need to work on that part!

    • AverageHealthyMom

      I am so glad you can relate! I think it is so great you have some things in place to help out! Even with the help, I totally understand how overwhelming life can get!

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