If you’re like me, you dread summer in many ways. Primarily because you’ve got three loooong months of kids whining about having nothing to do. Not the best environment for working from home, right?
I’ve come up with a few strategies that can shake your kiddies out of their summer slump and help you be more productive in running your business during these summer months.
1. Get a Plan
It’s easy enough to fill your kids’ agendas with summer camp and activities to keep them out of the house, but they might still grouse if they’re not into it. Instead, sit down with them at the start of the summer and devise a plan that includes some out-of-the-house enriching activities and some downtime (hello, Minecraft). You’ll show them that you care about how they want to spend their summer, although you’re both compromising between what you want (them out of the house) and what they want (vegging out on the couch). Continue reading “5 Ways to Survive Working From Home With the Kids on Break” »