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How do Busy Moms Plan a Day?


Being a mom is a full-time job. You will never run out of things to do, plan, organize, or prepare for your family. Running a family is not very easy as most people already know and it takes organization and time management to pull off every single chore that you want to do. Without organization and management, trust me, it’s going to be hard to maintain your sanity as a busy mom.

Juggling your appointments, commitments, and priorities in a way that you can control every aspect and area can give you peace and things might not feel as heavy or tiring. This article will discuss tips for planning that can help busy moms stay on top of their schedule. You can also check out Asian Efficiency for more information.

Tips for Planning 

Keep a Calendar

Having a tool where you can jot down your tasks and keep track of your schedule is essential for organization planning. Physically seeing your tasks and activities can help you make sure that you’re on top of everything. There is a huge difference between seeing an actual list or notes than just trying to keep track of everything mentally.

If you are juggling multiple schedules, some for your work or some are family responsibilities, then keeping a calendar is strictly a must. There are a lot of organization and management tools to choose from. There are digital calendars or you can also go old school and get a journal or a planner. All of these have their own pros and cons and all are effective in their own way that’s why it is important to choose one that works the best for you.

Map out Your Week in Advance

Now that you have your planning and organization tool, you should know what to do with it. It is possible that every person has their own way of jotting down tasks and activities but if you have no idea what to do, mapping out appointments, and priorities in advance is a good place to start. It’s good to have an overview of your commitments for the week so that you can avoid taking on tasks that you don’t have the time for. Setting boundaries are part of organization and planning. You don’t want to overwork yourself or drown yourself with tasks. This is also slightly related to the next tip.

Build a Down Time

Make sure to include a schedule where you make time for yourself where you can relax and take it slow. Doesn’t mean that you have so much to do that you always have to keep busy. Making sure you have time for rest can help you avoid burning out from your work or other responsibilities.

Delegate Tasks

If you have so many things on your list that are needed to be done for the family, the first thing you have to do is to remind yourself that you are not alone. You have your husband and your kids, if they are old enough, to help. Assign chores and if the chores are mandatory things that are done monthly or weekly, create a master schedule for your family members.

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