The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond is a busy woman. In addition to being a wife and mother, she owns many companies and has various product support offers. It looks like she is introducing a new company every month. The speed with which Drummond builds its empire is a recipe for success or disaster. Is Ree Drummond looking for a burnout? In addition to our analysis of its situation, our experts have weighed on how you can know if you are doing too much and are on the way to burnout and exhaustion. They also offer some tips for recovering your mental and physical health.
Allowing your business life to bleed into your personal life is asking for trouble
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Like many other network stars, Ree Drummond’s personal and business life seem to be intertwined.Ree Drummond tries to include her family in the cooking show of The Pioneer Woman. She also mentions Ladd and her children a lot on Facebook and Instagram. If you look at her feeds with social media, you see as many photos of her family as her Food Network summary. (Chip and Joanna Gaines also come to mind when it comes to network stars who seem to combine their personal and business lives.)
Matthew Ross, co-owner and COO of The Slumber Yard, a website about mattress research, said that burnout is inevitable if you consistently let your business bleed into your personal life. He proposes to block the time only for you and your loved ones:
I would recommend that business owners try to maintain a clear separation between their business and personal lives. I reserve a certain period per week (afternoon on Saturday to Sunday), where I do not allow myself to even think about work. I stop completely and try to enjoy other activities instead. I have noticed that my social life is much healthier and that I now spend much more time with family. Moreover, I feel much more refreshed and positive when I go to work on Monday.
Doing too much can lead to stress eating and weight gain
We don’t know if Ree Drummond eats stress, but she mentioned her struggle with weight gain on The Pioneer Woman blog. Always being around eating probably doesn’t help either. Sarkis Hakopdjanian, strategy director and director of The Business Clinic, says it’s not uncommon to seek food when you’re stressed. If you find yourself snacking much more than usual, this may be a sign that it’s time to slow down. This is what Hakopdjanian had to say:
If a person feels a physical or mental burnout, they will begin to show various symptoms, including higher levels of stress and anxiety, difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, lower levels of energy or motivation, gaining or losing weight faster, decrease in healthy habits (eg exercise, diet, meditation), increase in unhealthy habits (eg fast food, energy drinks, smoking, etc.) and changes in mood or behavior.
Is Ree Drummond in over her head?
Ree Drummond may have things under control, but it looks like she might be doing way too fast. We can’t even keep track of which new companies they are rolling out. Hopefully her cooking show, dog treatment line, pizza shop, ice cream parlor, hotel, book deals, blog and much more will be a success without demanding too much.