Episode 92: Using Life's Little Transitions To Thrive As A Working Mum


Do you find the abrupt switching between your roles of being a professional and a parent difficult?

You’re not alone.

The research shows that role overload is a real issue for women as we often have to move between many roles with competing demands.

In this episode I share a small but mighty habit that can transform our daily lives as working mothers.

It’s the concept of using micro transitions.
Using our daily little life transitions to find better balance and happiness.

These micro-transitions can transform the space between our competing roles and demand. It’s a vital habit to learn as working mums if we want to thrive.

Here are the links in this episode –

Dr Adam Fraser

The Third Space book

Nicky x

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