Entrepreneurship Takes Balancing Your Work, Life, and Parenting

Startup

Wednesday, July 20th, 2022

Entrepreneurship Takes Balancing Your Work, Life, and Parenting

For most of us, there’s nothing more meaningful than family and business in life. But, unfortunately, both require a lot from a person. And as a result, it can be challenging to balance them. Unfortunately, life doesn’t come with a manual for being a working parent. And this is especially true for “parentrepreneurs.” As an […]

How to Help Employees Work From Home With Kids

Productivity

Monday, July 12th, 2021

How to Help Employees Work From Home With Kids

I remember many years ago, when I was still considered a kid myself, hating the Staples “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” back-to-school commercial. It reminded me that the summer was coming to an end, which meant no more fun. Of course, my parents didn’t argue with the commercial — and totally related […]

8 Time Management Tips for Teens

Time Management

Saturday, March 13th, 2021

8 Time Management Tips for Teens

As a whole, we’re a stressed-out nation. In fact, Gallup reported that 55 percent of Americans are stressed-out during the day. That’s actually 20 percent higher than the global average — I’d suspect that stress has skyrocketed since the pandemic. While stress is a normal emotion, when not addressed, there can be serious repercussions. Stress […]

WFH Tips You Should Share With Your Kids

Time Management

Thursday, November 12th, 2020

WFH Tips You Should Share With Your Kids

In the “before pandemic times,” parents and children would have wrapped up their back-to-school shopping and been in a normal routine. The parents would have had plans in the works for the holidays — and children would have been anticipating the Thanksgiving break. But, that’s not exactly what’s occurring right now. Because of the uncertainty […]

Getting Stuff Done When the Kids are Home for Summer Vacation

Productivity

Monday, June 29th, 2020

Getting Stuff Done When the Kids are Home for Summer Vacation

Growing up, my mom dreaded summers. Sure, she enjoyed taking off from work for our annual two-week vacation. But, overall, it was almost impossible for her to work and have us around the house all day. Some parents have managed the long summer vacations through summer-long camps or daily childcare. Of course, not everyone has […]

10 Time Management Secrets for Homeschooling Entrepreneurs

Time Management

Tuesday, April 21st, 2020

10 Time Management Secrets for Homeschooling Entrepreneurs

Right now is a stressful time for a majority of us. To make matters worse, you’ve probably converted your home into an office, as well as school. Because of this, it may seem impossible for you to get anything done. Thankfully, you can use the following 10 time management tips to still get stuff done […]

10 Time Management Tips for Building a Business as a Parent

Time Management

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

10 Time Management Tips for Building a Business as a Parent

Juggling parenthood and entrepreneurship is probably one of the most challenging experiences you’ll ever go through. But it’s not impossible. You can be successful and be a good parent. Try the following ten time management tips, and you may be surprised at how easy these tips will help you to build a business as a […]

Why Back-to-School Disrupts Productivity

Productivity

Friday, September 20th, 2019

Why Back-to-School Disrupts Productivity

Like so many other children, my siblings and I went to an afterschool program when we were younger. It makes sense. Parents can’t leave work in the middle of the afternoon to scoop up their kids when the school day ends. But, this program was also open during the summer, which meant that mom was […]

How to Teach Kids the Value of Time

Time Management

Friday, June 8th, 2018

How to Teach Kids the Value of Time

School children are taught how to tell time somewhere between the ages of 6 and 8. But simply teaching them to tell time doesn’t give them understanding of the value of time. Sure, from the time they are walking we teach them to hurry so we aren’t late. They learn that school, church, sports events, […]

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