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How to thrive as a working parent: Being intentional and proactive

How to Thrive as a Working Parent: Being intentional and proactive

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It takes being intentional and proactive to thrive as a working parent. No one wants to be blindsided or caught off guard. As a busy working parent you already know that you need to juggle a lot of schedules, responsibilities and people. Let’s use your strengths to help reduce feeling overwhelmed. 

Tips on how to thrive as a working parent

  • Use your strengths 
  • Prioritize what is most important
  • Focus on one small thing at a time
  • Make a plan
  • Be proactive

Reflection questions 

What skills and strengths do you use at work?
What are all the thing you do well at home?
What makes you an awesome parent?

When we are stressed and frustrated it is easy to shut down or feel helpless. But you have the gifts and talents to equip you for this role.

It takes being intentional and proactive to thrive as a working parent



Make a list of priorities

Okay I know you make lists all day and are probably wondering how that will help you thrive as a busy mom. This list will help filter our all the noise and distractions pulling you in different directions.

What is most important to your family? 
What do you value and hold dear?
What are your priorities at the moment?
Does your time and resources reflect those values?

When facing decisions use this list as a filter to help gain some clarity.

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