Similar Posts


  1. It’s hard to change when all you want to be is that superhero.

  2. I know that feeling only too well! But in the end it can have a negative impact on your health! Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment 🙂

  3. elizabeth says:

    I used to time myself for each task and if I didn’t get it done within that limit I got really worked up. Then I somehow managed to become a little more relaxed about it. Now I am retired I am too relaxed about the housework!

  4. Are we still trying to do it all? When I had my first son in the 1990s, Supermom was all about having a full time career, a great social life and a perfect home, with a doting husband, 2.3 darling children and a dog, while of course looking perfect and working out at the gym three times a week.

    Don’t try to be Supermom. 🙂 Just be a super mom.

  5. Great tip thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂

  6. LOL thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂

  7. Thank you for your post as I feel it is such a good reminder to all moms to stop trying to do everything. I once heard that “an untrue yes to someone else is really just a no to yourself” It reminds me of the power of saying no. Thank you for the insight

  8. Thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂 I agree with you totally!

  9. We don’t need to be a superhero, just be the best we can (and that depends on the day!). Thanks for the reminder and for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Hope to see you again soon!

  10. You are so welcome! Thanks for hosting a great party 🙂

  11. See, I think we’re all superheroes. The true super heroes are the ones living REAL lives each day. It’s not that we aren’t super heroes. It’s that everyone has the definition wrong…

  12. I love that idea! The wrong definition of superheros! Thanks for visiting 🙂

Comments are closed.