Indian women have to juggle multiple roles and as result they are often overwhelmed and stressed. But, it is possible to find that balance and lead happier lives.
“Are you saying that I am responsible for this aloofness and mundane life? I am the one struggling here between home, work and kids. I am no superwoman.”
The Right to Disconnect bill proposes to give employees the power to NOT attend to work after office-hours. If such a bill comes to pass, it would indeed be a tremendous turnaround in workaholic India.
A few months ago I had written an article on how guilty I feel at being a working mother and how I am always at war with myself with regards to this. Here's my story of learning to prioritize for creating a positive experience for myself.
The quest to achieve perfection sometimes leads us to unhappiness and not being able to put a stop to a task even when it's done. What can busy shepreneurs do to avoid this trap?
Our best case domestic scenario is when the men and kids 'help' the woman do housework. What we need is them 'owning' some of the work, freeing us from the mental work of keeping track.
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