Today I’m speaking at the Influence Conference in Indianapolis, and I can’t wait to tell you more about it next week! In honor of the conference, I’m running a special on Work Shift: How to Create a Better Blend of Work, Life, and Family: use the code INFLUENCE12 to get your copy for just $4. (That’s half the usual price!)
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I’ve been around the web sharing about blending work and family this week. Here’s where you can find me:
Share Care and Blending Family & Work Life Well (at Life Your Way)
For the past 7 years, my husband and I have taken turns as parent-on-duty while the other one works. (He works full-time; I work part time.) We didn’t plan for this “share care” lifestyle; it just kind of happened. But you know what? We love it.
Seven years ago, I was a stay-at-home mom to a sweet baby boy, with another baby on the way.
I had no intention of heading back to work, and my husband and I were both okay with that.
But then, life happened—and it changed our plans.
Find Time for Work Without Paying for Child Care (at Life as Mom)
Have you ever felt like there just weren’t enough hours in the day?
I’m a homeschooling mom of 4, but I also work part-time. I’ve become a pro over the years at adjusting my schedule to fit more work time into the day—without paying for childcare.
Others may still like to find more hours in the day to exercise, sew, read, lesson plan, or work on home items.
The key is to find a strategy (or two) that suits your family.
Here are some ideas to get you started. These tips have worked for me and for other women who have found themselves needing to squeeze more work hours into the day…