Being a mother is already a full time job. Add a career, a sense of guilt (for never doing enough) and subtract a housekeeper, nanny, cook etc. and there you have a supermom. Society pressures women into getting a job, getting married, having kids. If you choose to leave the office to be there for your family, you may be looked down upon for ‘being a freeloader’ and ‘not earning a living’.
The most important part of being a mother is not about being ‘the best chef’ or ‘a DIY queen’ or having ‘the cleanest kitchen’ or an ‘Instagram worthy bedroom’. What really matters is the unconditional love and support children get from their mother and the self-confidence their mother instills in them.
But, how do you make sure that your kids are loved, washed and cleaned, and have food in their stomachs, while also keeping your work on track and having quality time with your hubby? Well, here are some of the not-so-secret habits of a supermom:
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