Being a woman isn't always easy. At home, you're the one everyone counts on. When Loulou loses her cuddly toy, it's up to you to find it. When Sophie wants to straighten her hair to go to school, you're the one who relaxes her curls one after the other. At work it's the same thing... For the same results, you earn 193 e less than your male counterparts. Often employed well below your real abilities, you struggle relentlessly to make a place for yourself in the sun.pulled in all directions, you have the impression that your nerves are about to give way.
Relax... You don't have to endure such torment. By making small changes, it is possible to greatly improve your quality of life.
Thinking long termSayingthis way may seem incomprehensible... Ask yourself the right questions: "What do I want to do with my life?", " Is my current situation right for me?", "In 5 years, what do I need to have accomplished and how do I get there?" Mired in the hassles of everyday life, it's easy to lose sight of your goals. If you do this exercise honestly, you'll be surprised by the results... Perhaps you will realize that your marriage was more your mother's desire than yours? Or maybe the opposite will happen... You will realize that you are missing out on your toddlers' childhood because of too much work.
Once the problem is detected, it is time to put an end to it. Learn to prioritize tasks based on importance, not urgency. You're not the only accountant in your company, your boss can do without you on Saturdays... Similarly, why not become a 2019 micro-entrepreneur to finally live from your passion for decorating while watching your children grow up? By having a clear idea of what you want to accomplish in the long term, it becomes easy to sort through your life. Sometimes it is necessary to get rid of certain things in order to move forward... Which brings us to the next point.
Learning to say no As a child, you must have heard these phrases countless times... "A little girl has to be nice" & co.
have had a resounding impact on the lives of many women...Let's be clear: you have every right to say no. Not only is it within your reach, but it will save your life...When your boss offers you, with a smile on your face, to work weekends when you've exceeded your time quota, politely decline his offer. In order to live in harmony, it is crucial to know how to set limits. Your work should not interfere with your private life, or vice versa. And to do this, sooner or later you will have to resort to the use of the word "no".