The Busy, Working Mother’s Guide to Time Management
Tips to Survive Parenthood for the Overwhelmed and Exhausted
How to stop killing yourself as a mother
As a mother, it can be difficult to feel and be productive while raising a family.
No matter what ages your children are… Whether they’re infants, toddlers, pre-, middle, or high school,
you’re faced with being pulled in multiple directions. You feel exhausted, overwhelmed and instead of
Woman in charge, your role has become “ring announcer for the 3 ring circus”.
When your 40 hour work week is the only rest you have from your 24 hour a day job of cleaning up puddles
From your potty trained children’s accidents, breaking up wrestling matches, and waiting for dark to come
so you can no longer see the dirty handprints on your walls.
And time management has become as impossible as standing in the checkout lane and not looking at what the
person in front of you has in their grocery cart.
This happens to mothers everywhere.
That’s why I wrote this book. Inside the cover, you’ll discover:
The Beauty of Being Organized
How to Stay Focused
The Importance of Staying on Track
How to Select a Planning System
How to Follow the Rules of Your Personal Planner
The Amazing Power of the To-do List
How to Anticipate and Plan for Waiting Times
The Importance of Tracking Your Time
How to Make Your Goals Manageable
What Distractions Are and How to Get Rid of Them
How to Create Order Without Procrastination
The Importance of Flexibility and Organation &
How to Hack, Hack, Hack Your Organization
Caution: This is not a boring, drawn out book filled with mind-numbing strategies, tedious facts, or
This book is straight to the point… featuring the best time management tips and methods that have
worked for me, along with numerous tongue-in-cheek ancedotes of my zany, unpredictable family.
Not a mother? Don’t fret. Although this book is geared towards busy, working mothers, there are
oodles of tidbits inside for fathers, non-mothers, or just plain regular humans.
Obviously, there’ll be some things that won’t directly apply if you’re not a mother, but the parts that do,
Will be worth the price of admission!
Here are a few things that non-mothers will discover:
How to Identify Your Highest Value Activity
What to Put in Your Personal Planner
How to Handle Wait Times
Update To-do Lists
How to Handle Distractions &
Learn to Say No
Want to Learn More?
Download the book now to manage your time, decrease your stress, and take back control of your life!
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Nicolle Lowrey is an around the clock wife and mother of three children. In her spare time, she works
a full-time job and survives parenthood by finding the humor in the misadventures of her children.