With motherhood falling into the picture burnout is very definite and is a hard task to deal with. The diapers, the sleepless nights, the nonsensical babbling conversations—you feel like a shell of your former self. Burnout happens so often nowadays because moms are no longer multi-tasking, they are mega-tasking — which means doing way too much too often.

Here we have some tips to avoid mommy burnout:

Remember, you’re Not a One-Woman Show: Being a mother don’t be scared to rely on your partner or a family member for help. Another person isn’t always going to do things exactly the way you do, but that’s ok. Another set of hands are always a help than having none.

Make a realistic list of to do’s: Begin to write down your thoughts so you know you won’t forget something, and that lets your brain take a well-needed rest. Do make a realistic list that you can accomplish in a day.

Prepare the night before: Your day runs evener if you’ve got a plan for it, and it’s best to make that plan before you go to bed the night before.

Talk it out: Share your feelings with other moms or with your partner in this matter. A parenting group is an excellent place to learn strategies that will help you to manage complex parent-child interactions, obtain support, and make friends.

Make time for yourself: It is very significant that you are making some time for yourself. Sit down for a few moments to have a cup of coffee and read the newspaper can renew your energy. When possible, try to nap when your child does.

So above tips can be followed to avoid mommy’s burnout.


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Joydev Mishra


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