Even before I could blame things on pregnancy-related brain fog, like most women I was juggling so much that I wasn’t getting anything done. There’s the home-front responsibility list: feed the kids, take them wherever they need to go, run the errands, clean up the house, do the laundry, go to the market, make the appointments, answer the emails, get school supplies ready, take a shower, hit the gym, and spend a little time with my hubby at night. Then there’s the work to-do list: answer the barrage of emails that come in all day long, work with my clients, write articles for the U Rock Girl website, look at new products for the website (coming soon!), go to meetings, have phone conferences, and so on.
Yes, I make my “To-Do” lists so that I can stay somewhat organized. But at the end of the day, after I’ve done so much, why do I feel like I’ve actually accomplished so little?
There’s a great article called “6 Top Concentration Killers” that I think all women in this position should read. http://www.webmd.com/balance/features/top-concentration-killers
I could absolutely relate to some of these concentration killers and have made a plan to help me stay on task so I can feel like I’ve gotten a lot more accomplished. After you read it, let us know what you do to keep on top of it all.