Every morning decides the vibe for the rest of your day. Sometimes things happen that are out of our control but, ideally, by adopting a morning routine you can make your day more productive, energetic and, of course, happier. Whether you work from home or in an office, with a good routine you’ll have the ability to take action to turn any situation in the day to your advantage. Whilst not all mums are morning people, with a bit of organisation, anyone can do it!
Your child’s wellbeing is probably the single most important thing to you. The how, when and where of planning your child’s day is can be a stressful task (it’s the side effect of parenthood!). Add to this the planning of the how, when, and where of your own work schedule and you have yourself a pretty stressful day!
This said, it is not impossible to manage this stress.
Most professionals spend the greater part of their day at work, to the point where their employer’s office almost becomes a second home. It is therefore only natural for some of them to hesitate in taking the plunge to leave the corporate world, set up their own business and work from home.
Delegation is considered to be an “art”, and for good reason. One – it’s not something that everyone can do, and secondly, even among those that can, only a few can delegate effortlessly and efficiently. Some let go completely while others hold on too tight – both of which can lead to confusion and frustration among everyone involved and a less-than satisfactory final result. It’s also an important skill to have if you want to attain professional and personal success.
Time is Money. No one knows this better than professionals who work from home, as time management is the one area where they can feel most challenged. But, if they can tame time, this can also become one of their strengths and add numerous benefits to the ever-growing list of “pros of working from home”.