I Don’t Know How She Does It

2 thoughts on “I Don’t Know How She Does It”

  1. being a stay-at-home-mom, we do have a somewhat scheduled day – we have to have some type of routine or we’d just have mass chaos. some things that we do require us to be out the door by 7 a.m., others not until 9 a.m. sometimes we can stay home all day. I have found that the key for me to stay sane is to just know an approximate routine (like, if I need to look presentable for something, I have to be up and out of bed and starting to get myself ready two hours before we need to walk out the door). Two hours might be a bit of a stretch but it allows me and the boys to be completely ready and have time to spare so that rushing out the door isn’t stressful. I also know that they need to be in the bath tub by 6:30 if they are going to get to bed on time, etc. clearly, as a mom of young kids, i cannot have every 15 minutes of my day nailed down, but to have some semblance of a schedule/routine is super important. i may have to re-watch the movie to find it’s cuteness. I wasn’t a fan the first time around.


    1. I think the key is figuring out what balance works for you and sticking to it. Then you feel like you still have some control of your life! The first time I saw all the ugly parts of it (stay-at-home vs. working). This time I saw characters, not professions. I think it helped that I was doing other things while watching it, so I focused on the storyline more.


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