To fellow moms at the grocery store, I feel you.

Maybe it was a moment of insanity or overconfidence, I took my eager beaver 2 year old son and super inquisitive 5 year old son to the grocery store last weekend. I love grocery shopping, well that is if I could shop without the kids. But when it comes to grocery shopping with the kids, fellow moms would know that it’s a matter of survival.

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It’s Not Just You. Mom Brain is a Thing and it is Frustrating.

There was a time in my life when I had a demanding job, did a part time Bachelor’s degree and pursued dance lessons all at the same time, but I never once forgot the multiple tasks that I had in my head. I could go to multiple back to back meetings without taking notes and still remember the details of everything better than the colleague who did.

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Why Mothers Are Often Tired But Choose To Stay Up Late Anyway

Whether you’re a fellow tired mom reading this (hello there!) or a husband who wonders why the mother of your kids is always tired but stays up late into the night, you’ve come to the right place. I’m sure I am not the only mother out there who needs more sleep than they get but will sometimes choose to stay up late anyway.

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The Best Of My Motherhood Experience

I started my mom blog when I became a mom at 29. My husband and I both live in Singapore, far away from all relatives. As a FTWM, juggling work and family is a daily challenge. We rely heavily on each other and on our helper. In today’s society, there is a lot of pressure for moms to be a perfect mom and do it all. 

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Here’s Why Working Moms Can’t Work Late

Before I became a working mom, putting in extra hours at the office was a piece of cake. I did it often and I didn’t mind it. I’ll text the husband, order takeaway, share it with my colleagues and finish the work. Go home, sleep, repeat. I’d even have time to squeeze in a workout at the gym. But like with everything else in life, having kids complicates the whole thing about working overtime. 

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