Some people say that being a mom is the hardest job life throws at you. Then again, others say running your own business is one of life’s toughest tasks. So what happens when you throw the two together? Those of us that juggle both likely have the hardest job of all. 

It’s difficult to run a small business and be the best mom possible, but it’s not impossible.  Both responsibilities require your time, presence, and attention. 

No matter how you look at it, this balancing act will always be tough.

However, there are things you can do to improve the balance in your life. So, instead of constantly worrying about which of your many responsibilities is being neglected, you’ll have more control. Here are a few things to try out. 


set up a home office for your business

Simply put, when you’re able to work from home, do it. It will give you more time with your family while still managing your business tasks. And even when you’re in business mode, you’re never far away; and your family will know this as well.  

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automate your business

There are things that you can do to streamline various processes in your company. The benefits of automating what you can are priceless. From freeing up your time to ensuring that tasks are done with the same quality and consistency that you would do them. Sound interesting? Read more about it here.

When things are automated, it means they happen without you needing to do anything. Meaning, you don’t need to devote as much time to the daily runnings of your business. Thus, you have more time for yourself and for your family.

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delegate what you can

Outsourcing can be a mompreneur’s best friend. If you’re spending too much time doing things that are mundane or that are outside of your expertise, it may be time to delegate certain tasks or jobs to other professionals.

Let the professionals or virtual assistants handle mundane or time-consuming tasks for you.

This will ultimately give you more time to focus on what matters most. This includes your own leading roles within your business and as a mom. Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone process orders for you, or a social media manager to handle social media marketing? Or maybe just having a virtual assistant to screen your calls and respond to non-specific emails, is just what you need. No matter what, the important thing is that you start putting processes in place to bring more balance into your life.