How do you balance work and home life, especially if you work from home?
I’ve brought in an expert to answer that. His name is Matt Keener and Matt Keener is the author of the book, Executive in Sweatpants: A Handbook for Launching Your Work from Home Career. As an outsourcing coach, he helps both clients and contractors reach their fullest potential. Visit his blog for helpful tips on managing online workers, growing virtual teams, and more.
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Your professional life is obviously important.
It’s your sense of accomplishment, a big part of your identity, and how you provide for your family. Your job consumes most of your waking hours, but who gets the rest?
If you’ve ever felt guilty about giving your family the “what’s-left-after-a-hard-day’s-work” version of yourself, you’re not alone. I struggle with this every day. Balancing family and work takes practice, boundaries, communication, and diligence. Is it possible to have the best of both worlds? Thankfully, it can be – with practice.