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New Mother: Maximizing Family Time Without Sacrificing Productivity

Updated: Jun 22

New Mother: Maximizing Family Time Without Sacrificing Productivity


Hey there, fellow time juggler! If you’re a new mother, busy mom (or dad, or caregiver), or you are stay at home parents trying to master the art of time management without sacrificing precious family moments, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to our little corner of the internet where we delve into the magical realm of Time Mastery, especially tailored for the superheroes known as busy moms.


Let’s face it, being a parent is like having a full-time job on top of your full-time job. Between work, school runs, soccer practice, and grocery shopping, finding quality time with your loved ones can feel like trying to catch a snowflake, but oh-so-worth-it when you finally capture it.





But fear not, brave warrior! With a few strategic moves and a sprinkle of time mastery fairy dust, you can reclaim your weekends and make every moment count. Here are some tried-and-tested tips to help you become the ultimate weekend warrior:


  1. Set Boundaries: Just like a good fence makes good neighbors, setting boundaries around your time ensures that everyone knows when it’s family time and when it’s time to tackle that never-ending to-do list. Designate specific blocks of time on the weekends for family activities and stick to them like glue.

  2. Prioritize Tasks: As tempting as it may be to complete every item on your to-do list, prioritize tasks based on urgency. Ask yourself, “Does this task bring me closer to my family or further away?” If the answer is the latter, consider delegating, outsourcing, or simply letting it go (cue the Frozen soundtrack).

  3. Delegate Like a Boss: Speaking of delegation, don’t be afraid to enlist the help of your fellow family members. Even the tiniest tots can lend a helping hand (or at least attempt to fold the laundry). Delegating tasks lightens your load and also instills a sense of responsibility and teamwork in your little ones.

  4. Quality Over Quantity: Remember, it’s not about how much time you spend with your family but rather the quality of that time. Instead of trying to cram a million activities into one day, focus on creating meaningful moments that you’ll cherish forever. Whether it’s a family picnic in the park or a movie night at home, it’s the little things that matter most.

  5. Embrace Imperfection: Let go of the idea of being the perfect parent (spoiler alert: it doesn’t exist). Embrace imperfection and allow yourself the grace to make mistakes. Your kids won’t remember if dinner was five-star gourmet or mac ‘n’ cheese from a box, but they will remember the love and laughter shared around the table.

  6. Schedule Downtime: Last but certainly not least, don’t forget to schedule some much-needed downtime for yourself. You can’t pour from an empty cup, so make self-care a non-negotiable part of your weekend routine. Whether it’s a bubble bath, a walk in nature, or simply curling up with a good book, prioritize activities that recharge your batteries and rejuvenate your soul.



So there you have it, stay at home parents – a roadmap to maximizing family time without sacrificing productivity. Remember, as a new mother, time mastery is not about controlling time but rather making the most of the time we have. So go forth, brave soul, and conquer your weekends with love, laughter, and a sprinkle of magic.


Until next time, may your days be long, your to-do lists short, and your heart full of precious family moments.


Happy Weekend-ing!


Shah Abdullah

Chief Time Master & Family Fun Enthusiast


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