Mothers get just 17 minutes of ‘me time’ each day

An article which recently appeared in the Daily Mail suggested that mothers are really busy these days. In fact, so much so that they get just 17 minutes of ‘me time’ each day!mothers me time

17 minutes?

1.2% of every day?

That’s not a lot is it?

Looking after the kids, working long hours, doing the household chores are leaving some women exhausted.

The study found nearly two thirds of the mothers felt that chores aren’t shared equally between themselves and their partners and that their current arrangement is unfair. When quizzed on their domestic workloads it emerged that mothers take on 78 per cent of the home chores.

Along with work and looking after the kids, relaxation time was at a minimum.

The result?

You may well be in this position and the result could be exhaustion, comfort eating, weight gain, health problems and so on.

You may begin to resent things in your life and find that you don’t like what you see in the mirror.

As I talk to many women on a daily basis, I know this goes on. I try to help as much as I can regarding healthy eating, exercise, mindset and controlling stress. The important thing here is to try to get you into a healthy routine.

For example, I created my 12-minute workouts so you CAN fit exercise into your life.

I created a ‘done-for-you’ 5-week meal planner so you CAN eat nutritious, healthy (and quick) meals.

I set up local fitness and lifestyle classes just for women like you so you CAN join other like-minded women who are in a similar situation as you.

I’m here to help if you want some ‘me time’ and get on the right track so you look and feel your best.

Here’s a link to my group classes (free trial available): GROUP FITNESS

Here’s a link to my free 5-week Meal Planner: MEAL PLANNER

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