If you have older kids, delegate tasks to them or hire outside help when possible.
This can free up some of your time to focus on work.
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Whenever possible, plan your work tasks in advance.
This will help you to better use your time and avoid last-minute scrambling.
Limiting your kids’ screen time is important, especially if you’re working on a computer yourself.
Too much screen time can harm their development and cause behavioral problems.
It’s important to be realistic about what you can accomplish while working from home with kids.
You might not be able to achieve the same level of productivity as you would if you were in a traditional office setting. Be okay with this and cut yourself some slack.
Being a parent is a tough job, so staying connected with other parents is important.
Working from home can be more productive if you establish and stick to a daily routine. This might include wake-up and bedtimes, mealtimes, and regular work hours.
A set schedule will help you, and your kids know what to expect each day.
If your kids are young, take advantage of their naptime to get some work done.
This is often the best time to be productive since you won’t be interrupted.
Exercise is a great way to reduce stress and improve your mood.
Even if you can’t get to the gym, there are plenty of at-home exercises you can do to stay in shape.
If possible, set up a specific area in your home that will be used only for work. This will help you to stay focused and avoid distractions.
Let your kids know that when you’re in this space, you’re working and should not be interrupted unless it’s an emergency.
Working from home can be stressful, so make sure to take breaks throughout the day.
This will help you to stay refreshed and focused.
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Having a designated work area in your house is important, and setting some basic rules with your children about not interrupting you while you are working. Designate specific times for work and stick to them as closely as possible. Let your kids know when you are working and when you are available to spend time with them.
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Is there a task at work that you could delegate or outsource? Delegate or partner up with someone to ease your job.
If you can’t pass off certain tasks to others wholesale, try to minimize the time and effort they require.
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