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Working From Home During Summer Vacation.

8 August 2011 One Comment

Hello Jobseekers! It’s been a long time since I’ve updated the blog as I’ve been preoccupied with other business and just didn’t have the time. Special thanks for everyone who emailed to ask if I was ok and for those who’ve helped me answer some of the work from type emails while I was busy. Over the years I’ve talked quite a bit about working from home during the summer months while your children are home from school. Gone will be most of your free time as well as peace and quiet to work. Especially if your kids are younger and need more of your time than older children.

We’ve discussed working while they’re asleep, when they go visit friends and getting them involved in activities and programs outside the home where your office is most likely at. Our daughters are teenagers now so they really don’t require much of my time, unless it’s to drive them some place. I’ve also tried along the years to have them become as self sufficient as possible, so they’re not asking me to make lunch or do something silly for them while I’m busy working. They can pretty much fend for themselves now, which is a big deal for me as I work from home.

My question today is… “What tip can you share about working from home when your children are home for the summer break?” Leave me your response in the comment section below.

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One Comment »

  • Vivek said:

    Dear Sir,

    I would like to earn sum handsome earning genuinely. Please suggest me things that i can do for you. Waiting for your Reply.

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