Wordless Wednesday: No Working Mom Guilt

Wordless Wednesday: No Working Mom Guilt

Heels are packed. Gotta love cozy shoes for travel. Heading to #The6 for the day, home ce soir. Speaking on work life balance and I absolutely love my job. When I kissed my boys goodbye for school, they said, “Good luck mom, you’ll be great!” I’m proud they see me working at something I’m passionate about.

One time-management life hack I’ll share here: The Ideal Work-To-Break Ratio is 52 minutes of work, followed by 17 minutes of rest. Have you mastered this scientific brain productivity ratio?

People who have mastered this ratio will thrive more because the brain functions well in spurts of approximately one hour of high energy, followed by 15-20 minutes of rest or lower energy expenditure. Share it with your kids too entering the exam period.

Ciao for now.

  1. I lost my job few months back before i notice my wife started acting up, she changed passwords to every account that she has, put a pin lock on her phone which she has never done before, i have been searching for ways to retrieve her text messages without installing any software on her phone or having access to it, I was introduced to this wonderful hacker and he hacked into my partner mobile with just her phone number only. i get to know she was cheating and all.i felt very sad about this,but it over now.all thanks to. Cheatershacker1 @ gmail ,if you need help regarding to issues like this contact him,he’s quite open minded and understanding.

  2. A student hacked into my sons cell phone on my Remind account. They changed his name and sent out a bunch of Vulgar texts messages to all the students. my son is a good Christian boy and he would never be so vulgar, he’s in 12th grade and is applying to many prestigious colleges and he had never had any problems and has great grades. I complained to a friend and she referred me to [email protected]. I explained to the nice fella Jared who I consulted with, they took my case and acted seriously. Less than a day they mailed me a full report of who and where his phone was hacked and removed the malware installed. I took this to my kids school and I was able to raise his suspension and I threatened to sue the school if it reflected on his high school transcripts

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