When you reflect back on your childhood, you may have memories of cooking with your mother in the kitchen that stand out to you. Memories of waking up early on Saturday mornings to strap on your patterned aprons and getting straight to business. While you could be cooking meals for the whole family or just trying out fun new recipes, the memories made will never be forgotten. Cooking together is a tradition that most families can relate to in some way or another.
It’s past 4 pm and you haven’t eaten a full meal or replied back to the several messages on your phone that were received yesterday. These are just a couple of the thoughts in the mind of a caregiver that is on the road to burnout. We understand how fast things can pile up leaving you feeling overwhelmed and stressed. While these are not uncommon feelings, there are ways to avoid letting caregiver burnout get worse.