Write a letter to your future self

Hey mama, this is Robin Camarote with your Working Mom Tip of the Day.    

Write a letter to your future self. Congratulate her on her hard work and accomplishments and share some encouraging words to help her get through the next big challenge she’s facing.  

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Read a mom blog

Hey mama, this is Robin Camarote with your Working Mom Tip of the Day.    

Read a mom blog. There are thousands of fantastic mom blogs out there. Find a couple moms that inspire you or make you laugh and check in on what they’re up to this week. If you like what they're doing like and comment. It'll make their day and yours.

Thanks for listening. You got this! For more, head over to my blog at robincamarote.com
 

Treat others as they want to be treated    

Hey mama, this is Robin Camarote with your Working Mom Tip of the Day.

Treat others as they want to be treated. Avoid assuming that everyone is like you and looking for the same things. Understand how others want to be treated and adjust your approach to leadership and caregiving to meet their needs.    

Thanks for listening. You got this!

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Don't second guess yourself

Hey mama, this is Robin Camarote with your Working Mom Tip of the Day.    

Today's tip? Don't second guess yourself. One of the biggest causes of stress during the day is making and remaking the same decisions over and over again. Today, make a choice and stick with it and save the mental energy for the next big decision coming your way. 

Thanks for listening. You got this! For more, head over to my blog at robincamarote.com
 

Treasure the moments

Hey mama, this is Robin Camarote with your Working Mom Tip of the Day.    

Today's tip? Treasure the moments. From Maya Angelou: “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”    

Thanks for listening. You got this! For more, head over to my blog at robincamarote.com
 

Plan meals for the week

Plan meals for the week. Plan your meals for the week then create your grocery list. Thinking ahead means just one trip to the store instead of multiple weekday stops or having to get take-out at the last minute. To make this easier, list your family's favorite recipes. Plan to cook enough on 4 nights that you can eat leftovers on the other nights.