The study carried out by Scottish Widows says that, around 25% of women in their 70s work though having crossed retirement age as they can't afford to retire. Moreover, 26% of them fail to save for their retirements, which is relatively high as compared to 19% of men. Women mostly rely on their husband or partner to fund their living cost post retirement.
There is no task on the earth that women cannot pursue and perhaps nothing that they cannot acquire. The youngest CEO of Fortune 500 companies, Marissa Mayer has proven this fact since her early career. Recently she gave birth to a baby boy and now has become a full-time mother, though perfectly managing her work-life balance. Being CEO of Yahoo!, she kept her promise of resuming work within weeks after her delivery. Proving her intelligence since her early executive status in Google, she is going through tough job of motherhood where nurturing her baby is on top priority. Nevertheless, a tweet from the new mother portrayed her back-to-work status on Tuesday, merely 2 weeks after giving birth to the baby.
Work, life balance is one of the main challenges 'working women' face nowadays. It causes stress, illness and anxiety. So here are some simple steps to help you shed some light back to the decisions made and re-dress the lack of time experience for you and your family.