Watch this video to know things working women can do to strike a balance in a joint family. Bonobology.com is the couple-relationship destination for Indians everywhere! Couple relationships…the pains and pleasures, the anxieties and comforts, the craziness and calm. The inevitable distance between two people in love, the restless neediness of love.
Adjusting to a joint family after marriage is hard AF, but it gets even more difficult for working women. This is why it’s important to strike a balance between your home and career early in the marriage to keep your head above water. With these 7 ways, you can make sure to do that.
You must prioritise your personal and professional goals, and to do that well you should most definitely share your goals with your in-laws before marriage. But remember the one person whose support you need the most to strike this balance is your husband. So before tying the knot, discuss what kind of cooperation you are expecting from him. Life is not rosy all the time and as a married working woman you will have to bear many thorns that come with it. You must ignore all kinds of BS talk that pull your morale down.
Working to deadlines makes us more efficient and it’s a great way to manage your time. So set deadlines for both your work and family plans. While you are at it, don’t get too hooked to get things right all the time. Cut yourself some slack sometimes to break the rules!