superwoman--off

@kaeirole (669)
Philippines
November 28, 2011 4:16pm CST
hi guys..i've been so busy adjusting with my schooling schedule and with my part time job to my cousin..though my school is just every mondays, wednesdays and fridays, but by job may be given anytime of the week since it's a task-base job..my partner even told me that i'm hallucinating to be superwoman because i'm serving 3 masters everyday--my family (where i have my own household task everyday, and cooking breakfast for everybody as early as 5:00AM), my school (where my schedule is always 8:30AM-5:30PM and i only have 1hour break every mondays and wednesdays, and it will be my discretion every fridays on when and how i'll take my lunch because i don't have any breaks during that day), and my cousin (he gives me a task-base job so i'm on call to him)..and now, i'm experiencing body pains..ooohh i really need a massage..but don't have the luxury of time to have that..and because of my busy schedule, i don't have time with internet and even with mylot :(..oh how i miss mylot..i miss participating in discussions i'm interested to..but today, i'll take this as my off..i'll just spend my day studying and mylotting..i won't be serving my cousin for a day.. :) if you're in my shoe, what are you going to do with it?i know there are lot's of people who are also superwoman, especially those who are already parents are also working..
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@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
It was tough but rewarding! The feeling of being busy with a lot of jobs or chores at home and studying too is something I think most of us would love to do. We get tired but it's worth the time unlike sitting the whole day at home. Well, you just have to bear with the body pains you can always ask your hubby to give you a little massage while applying some ointments too.
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@kaeirole (669)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
yes..it's really rewarding..and being busy because of those things is worth it..and sad to say, i'm still single and don't have child yet..the family i was referring to is my parents and siblings.. :) so unfortunately, i give myself a little massage before i go to sleep..but i'm happy with it..
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
sorry about that so maybe I have to rephrase it, you can ask your mom to do a massage for you. My mom used to massage me when I'm really having a terrible headache and back pain.
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@kaeirole (669)
• Philippines
30 Nov 11
:) that's ok..but unfortunately, my mom's not like that..but maybe 1 day somebody will give me that massage after a tiring day.. :)
@khare_1005 (1311)
• India
29 Nov 11
hello kaeirole, i too am of a kind who can come under the category of being a super woman. no i am not trying to boost up myself but yes i certainly do all the thing running around the house. first i have a baby of under 2 years of age. second is my all house hold works that i have to done on my own. though there is a servant to help me out but only work that i leave for him is dusting and dish washing. then after i have a job where i could be asked for giving my attention any time of the day, asking me to be prepared and presentable all the time whether i am cooking or cleaning my clothes and then i am trying to earn some money through net. as i am new to this field, i have to invest a lot of time in exploring out the right ways. i feel most of the working women have to act as a superwomen in order to maintain a balance in their house and office jobs.
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@kaeirole (669)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
mothers are really super women..especially those working mothers..you guys really have to budget your time..even though time management isn't taught in school..but mothers have their natural time management..
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• India
29 Nov 11
yes working mothers do have to act as a super women and only then can they manage to balance between their own life and their liabilities.
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@curmont (343)
• United States
28 Nov 11
A woman's work is never done, that's what my mother told me all the time when I was growing up and I had no appreciation what that meant until I had a family of my own now I know exactly what she meant but I think it is our ability to be superwoman that makes being a woman so special(sorry men but you simply could not pull off half the stuff a woman dos on a daily basis let alone sustain that pace for a lifetime.) Just try to remember to take time for yourself everyday it doesn't matter what it is even if its 5 minutes everday before you go to bed just to soak your feet in a spa or 10 minutes in the morning to take a deep breath and gather your thoughts and make sure you get the time to enjoy the fruits of your labors meaning that you get to enjoy your family even if that only means making everyone sit down and eat breakfast or dinner together. Being a super woman is hard work but it is also a beautiful thing so my hat is off to you A BEAUTIFUL AND IRREPLACEABLE SUPER WOMAN!
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@kaeirole (669)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
thanks curmont..i'll sure take your advise about spending time to myself even just a couple of minutes..and for me, the most irreplaceable super women are those mothers like you..you guys have a very hard job even with just being a mother a lone..
@Hatley (164652)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Nov 11
hi kaeirole oh wow you are one busy lady? anyway I hope some who do multitask like you give you some hints. my days of doing that are over as I am retired and have got my degree late but 'got it when I was 56 now I am 85 so have earned my retirement days.I wo rked til I was eighty. lol. Just do not burn yourself out there and the best of luck to you too. you will have that degree and I am sure it will come in handy one day soon.wow. again Your schedule made me tired just reading it lol lol.Good luck and God bless hugs from 'hatley
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@kaeirole (669)
• Philippines
29 Nov 11
wow..you're really a superwoman..at your age you're still very active..how i wish i'll still be the same as you when i'll be older..