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24 thoughts on “Work From Home Mom Tips”

  1. I have been working from home off and on for almost 20 years and solely for the last 8. It can be a tough gig that is for sure because people just dont understand that just because we are at home doesn’t mean we can stop and do things whenever we want.

  2. Finding a routine is something that I have struggled with in the past. I wanted to work a similar schedule to my husband’s, but his kept changing and that made it hard for me. Now we both pretty much have set schedules and it is working much better.

    1. I can imagine how difficult that would be. I am lucky here as my boyfriend and I actually both work from home .. I think when you can do that? IT really helps to make things easier. I remember the old days when I was married of trying to juggle the two different schedules of my work at home and the ex husbands work schedule and stuff. I am glad that things have evened out now and work for both of you!

  3. Great tips! A routine is definitely key in running a successful work from home job. I like the tip about getting out too. Too much working at home can lead to too much stress!

    1. It is so important to be stern with family because this is your job and you must make the cash. Being self motivated and dedicated to something you love doing can help ensure you make a good cash flow with work from home.

  4. I am struggling now that it’s summer and baby is due so soon. I cannot wait to get back to a school routine, and work from home routine come September. These are some great tips!

    1. When is the baby arriving? How have you been feeling this Summer? I love reading your weekly checkins. I wish you luck and I am sure once baby arrives you will settle back in. Don’t forget to enjoy that little bundle for a while first 🙂

    1. It is so easy to get distracted working from home. I suffer from distractions often, I call it squirrel brain 😉 Summer break is always hard because the kids are home and I have to balance better with them and work!

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