The online version of a New Zealand newspaper has a story about a young mothers’ workshop recently held by a time management specialist. The specialist is the mother of six children and the grandmother of seventeen. She is the author of a recently published book about parenting. The writer had published five other books during her career. During the workshop, the author mentioned major points, such as having a larger perspective, how to effectively manage time, and how to set aside some personal time.
- Robyn Pearce met for free with young mothers so that they could ask her questions for free about how to manage their time as a mother.
- She covered her four key points, which include finding the big picture, how to organize and plan time, different tips and techniques that will make certain tasks easier, and how to find personal time.
- Pearce’s main advice to ask for help when needed, plan your day ahead of time, and know when to stop.
“We do not have to be super mums, it is more important to simplify our lives and spend time with the kids and teach them resilience and self control while having fun.”