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How I Balance My Family And Creativity

While I was growing up I have so much love for my parent and siblings and I always have the feelings of raising my own family too, where there is so much joy and lot of love. These feelings have been the top of my heart and without dispute I find myself fantasying about the […]

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While I was growing up I have so much love for my parent and siblings and I always have the feelings of raising my own family too, where there is so much joy and lot of love. These feelings have been the top of my heart and without dispute I find myself fantasying about the thought and as I began to grow up I was more focus on making that my dream come to reality.

In as much as I love the flow of having a joint family where we are all happy together I was very much filled with the thought of having to balance my creative work along with making my family happy. At first I felt it might be though to raise a happy family and still enjoy achieving my dreams, I have seen so many great women who were able to achieve the dream of having a family and still exploring their dream job, for instance Brandi Passante a television personality who is happy to have earn a good home alongside a successful career.

I knew I could do this for myself and like wise you can also do the same, here are few tips I apply which help me in balancing the two area of my life successfully:

Create special time for your family: Spend nice time with your family, filled with love and sweetness. Make that moment worthwhile in other to cover all the times you did not spend with your family in the past. Make this time a special one which they won’t forget in a while.

Rub mind with your children: Have a nice conversation with your family, rub mind with them and allow them to speak their mind with you. Don’t cut them short, the period you are available is what they need so as to share their views with you. You need to pay more attention to them. Give them reason to feel your present.

Eat with your family: Have special meal with your family, take time to cook great meal for them and make them happy by eating with them and you can all rub mind and share ideas after the meal, these will help you cover the moment you are not around them.

Let them know what your work requires: Let them about your work and why it is occupying, make them see that everything you do, you do it for them. Making them involve in your work will make them see reasons to know how much love and care you have for them which will give them a sense of fulfillment.

Share same bed with them: Sleeping together with your family on the same bed sometimes give them so form of bond which time can never erase. You all can have a night time story and allow them sleep while doing it, this is a great way to create an everlasting bond between you and them.

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