Many millennials are choosing to wear more than one hat in order to make ends meet and to be able to accomplish their many dreams. While parenting is by itself stressful overall, many have found a way to combine it effectively with running a business and other activities. Check out these five ways you can manage your stress as a parent who is also an entrepreneur. Stick to Your Budget Money issues are some of the worst issues to go through, so if you want your family to avoid going through them, always write down a budget and stick to it. With up to 64% of small businesses going through financial struggles, it is necessary to stick to a budget in order to recognize growth and remain stable. Find templates for writing budgets online and tailor them to your needs if you want to make things a bit easier. With practice, it will soon become routine, and you will have no trouble sticking to your budget! Put Your Family First In everything you do, always put your family at the forefront. Good time management will help you balance work and family time so that neither have to take a backseat. You also need to know your limits so that you don't push yourself extremely hard at work and end up burnt out by the time you get back home. Making your family a priority also takes practice and a constant reminder that even if you don't succeed today, you can give it your best shot again tomorrow. Don't Let Stress Rule Your Life It's all too easy to get carried away and burn yourself out, getting into a cycle of endless stress. This need not be the case because stress is terrible for your health, and you need to be stress-free to work at your best level. Stress will also affect your skin, bringing on facial wrinkles. Both deep creases and surface lines are the earliest signs of skin damage that accumulate over time. Know when to take a break and relax because your health, your business, and your family will all thank you for it! Be Consistent With Your Routines One thing that causes most people to fail at different things is a lack of consistency. Staying on track may be hard, but that is what makes the difference between failure and success most of the time. It may be easy to get thrown off by stories you see on the internet of overnight success. While these do exist, they are very rare and are the outliers rather than the standard. Give yourself grace whenever you fall behind, but keep at it daily, and you will soon realize steady and tangible success. Get the Help You Need You may feel like you have it all under control and you are doing just fine, but if you want to go beyond, get help when you need it. This may come in the form of someone helping you with chores, taking care of your children, or financial assistance in the form of loans and relief funds. With the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed into law on March 27, 2020, businesses and individuals stand to get assistance during the ongoing pandemic and economic crisis accompanying it. Getting the help you need will also help reduce the stress you have to deal with. The five tips above are an outline of some things you can start doing today to manage the stress that comes with being both a parent and an entrepreneur. There may be a learning curve to it, but focusing on the end goal will help you achieve success in the end.