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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2016, 07:59:28 PM »
Trying to find the balance between working at home and being a mommy has been really difficult. It is much easier now that the kids are older, I have a 14, 13 and 8 year old, it is easier to find that balance. When you work from home children are a big distraction. I would suggest that you set some hours. Have someone else watch the kids while you are working. Having your kids need attention while you work is as difficult as it is at home as if you were to bring them into a brick and mortar job.

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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #16 on: July 19, 2016, 06:12:21 AM »
Yeah, it's really tough for mothers, especially single moms. Trying to raise kids, and do all the house chores while attempting to earn extra cash is very difficult. It's important to come up with a work plan/schedule and stick to it. You may be able to squeeze out a few hours during the day, which you can use to earn some money. It's always preferable to do work earlier in the morning, when you're more energetic. Or sometimes, working late in the evening, when the kids are in bed may be a good time as well. 

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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #17 on: August 04, 2016, 02:26:57 PM »
If one can juggle a 8:00a:m to 5:p.m day job and still manage to make money online, being a mommy should not be so daunting a task. In fact, the latter should treat both activities as daily routines. I belong to the former category and manage to snip moments here and there to accomplish some online tasks. You can also be working deep into the night or wake up early in the morning when you are fresh and do some online jobs. I have an ambit to adjust my biological block to be sleeping at midnight with this in mind.

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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #18 on: August 05, 2016, 12:10:16 AM »
I'm only a mom to one and I already have days where I find it hard to get my online work done and care for a toddler! She's at the stage where she is go-go-go all day, so I really have to use her nap time and early mornings/late evenings productively.

I do think though that being a mom has really made me maximize my time!


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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #19 on: August 31, 2016, 05:28:34 PM »
When I was little, my mom set me up in her office with a small desk.  I would 'work' on a drawing or coloring in while she actually worked.  Though one of your kids is really young, you can put them in a play pen or on the floor to play with their toys next to your desk.  Other than that, optimizes naps and minimize chores.  My mom used to do one big cleaning session on Sunday after church.  During the week we would take out the trash and do our immediate dishes but not major cleans.  That would give you more time to work.

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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #20 on: September 15, 2016, 12:02:47 AM »
I always admire mothers who take their time off from formal employment to focus on rearing their kids during their formative years. Kudos to you! Many members have already shared their tips. For me, however, it's important to set up a mini office at home so that you can focus on the work at hand. Maybe you should like take a time off every two hours just to check on your kids. You can set up a playhouse near your mini office so that you can watch them while you work. It's gonna be tough, I know, but the right system will help put things into place.

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Re: Balancing Mommy Time and money time
« Reply #21 on: October 23, 2016, 09:09:20 AM »
The best way to balance your time is to take advantage of their free time to do online jobs. There should be provision for kids to have some free time to play for instance and in the case of toddlers, to sleep. In the end, you might even find that you have surplus time.

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