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Category Archive: Time Management

Jul 19

More Tips To Work From Home With Children

I am hard at work on my new ebook about working from home with your children. It is not always easy but with some work, you can have a successful business and raise your children.               Here are some more tips to ensure that you can still have a …

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Jun 28

Three Tips To Take A Business Break

Our last post discussed the importance of taking time away from your business. We are not talking vacationing all of the time. We are talking about taking evenings and weekends off (unless you prefer to work at those times). Every business owner needs time to regroup and unwind so that he or she is ready …

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Jun 21

Three Reasons You Need A Business Break

When you own your own business, it can be hard to not think about your business all of the time. Maybe you finally found something that you really love to do and long for the time when you are able to get back to work. Maybe your work is spread all over the kitchen so …

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Jun 07

Dealing With Deadlines

I am so lucky to have work doing what I love. There are still days when I can’t believe that I actually get paid to write. I even managed to get a wonderful client. I have all the work that I want, and then some! I don’t see any end in sight. I have been …

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May 24

Necessary Business Tasks

There is so much more to running a business than the thing that you enjoy doing (mine is writing)! My writing business is going well. I have one big client who has an endless supply of work. I could work only for him and be just fine. I am trying to learn to balance my …

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May 17

Why You Need Balance When You Work From Home

As someone who works from home while also working outside of the home, I struggle to find a balance between working and enjoying my family. This is especially true when I am really excited about a project. I have been writing a few e-books lately. It started out as one and then became two. I …

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