Managing your time well is one of the biggest challenges of the at-home parent. You need to be there for your family, but there's a lot to get done too. You might have a work at home job, a home business, or you might have a lot of activities to do with your kids. You might even have a combination of all three, and more to do besides. Today's stay at home mom doesn't just sit around on the couch watching soap operas and eating bon bons - there's a lot more to her life and she's a busy woman.
The Basics of Time Management
How do you get started managing your time well? A little planning goes a long way.
What’s the Big Picture?
Are you paying attention to the big picture when deciding how to manage your time? It can really help if you remember both your long term and short term goals.
Controlling the Time You Spend on the Internet
The Internet has made amazing things possible for work at home parents, but it's also a place that makes it incredibly easy to waste time.
Don’t Let Time Management Stress You Out
You try to manage your time so that you have less stress, but what if the tactics you're using are making you feel more stressed?
Managing Your Paperwork
Disorganized paperwork is a great source of wasted time. Taking a little time to come up with a filing system can really help your day.
Time Management for Stay at Home Parents
Staying at home isn't as easy as some would have you believe. Here are some tips to cope.
Learning Time Management
Managing your time well is not something that happens overnight. You have to figure out what works for you and how to apply it.
Take More Action
Tired of how hard it is to manage your time? Get ideas to help you do better with this three step solution.
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