Will working at home? Sounds good! But how to solve the day to day management of time and space when we have young children? Here I share these tips that I have worked for more than five years of working at home with my little boy: 1. Keep realistic expectations .- If you know your children know you can not lock you up for 1 hour in a room to work without interruption, or aspire to complete eight hours of work per day and keep everyone satisfied. Make it more realistic goals according to your situation and family needs. A working day 3 or 4 hours and is quite for those who work at home, but keep in mind that 1 hour a day of well-focused work can become a source of income. 2.
Find your space .- Designate a workplace in which you feel comfortable with your children. You do not need an office, but a corner where you find all your work tools. For many mothers the best place is in the room or kitchen, because children can engage other activities while the mother is concerned. Until my son was 3 or 4 years, working at ground level allowing me more time without interruption, since he probably felt more close and accessible. 3. Plan .- What good is having 1 hour of work if you throw answering e-mails or browse social networks? At day’s end you will be tired and you have not been able to increase your income, unless these activities are key to your business. .