Can we, as busy mums, ever really be off-duty?

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  1. Honest Mum says:

    Love this. You are spot on about needing to hone switching the on and off button when working from home. I’ve found clearing my things away when the kids come home so the kitchen table goes from office back to table helps. I’m still working on the switching off. Some days I get it spot on, others I feel like I’m failing at everything!

    • Natalie says:

      Thank you for reading! Yes, good tip, I always tidy away too – it helps to clear my mind. Agree too that switching off is a work-in-progress. Hopefully one day we’ll be really good at it! x

  1. July 27, 2017

    […] Sounds really obvious doesn’t it? As parents, time stress is probably our biggest source of stress. The constant feeling that there aren’t enough hours in the day to finish what needs to be done. Or there’s no time left after work to do what you’d actually like to do, or to have that essential off-duty ‘me-time’. […]

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