You are more than a job

“Without my job I don’t know who I am,” Brian told me, as he looked lost, defeated, and alone.  Brian is like a lot of people who define themselves through their job. “I am a teacher,” “I’m a lawyer,” “I’m a construction worker,” “I drive a bus,” or “I am in marketing.”

https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/anxiety-files/201302/you-are-not-your-job#_=_

Home Sweet Home

The homemakers

The homemakers have the ability to transform a house into a home where every member of the family can feel special, loved and well looked after 🙂

We provide love, care, advice, guidance and support. Our aim is to see all the members of the family reaching their potential, including us.

We find happiness in giving.

Being a homemaker can be a meaningful and fulfilling job, however there are many mothers who feel depressed and underestimated.

In my opinion, if you want to be a happy homemaker you have to make sure you attend to your own needs too. It seems easy but depending on your situation it might be quite difficult, especially if you have babies.

For me, it is important to find time to meditate, to exercise, to study a course or learn something new, to meet up with a friend at least once a week and to have a part time job that makes me happy.

This is an article that I want to share with you today:

Homemaker Job Description

“Successful homemakers are successful managers who can balance the many changing needs of household members and achieve a smoothly running household. ”

https://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/308/Homemaker.html