No time for time management

No time for time management,Plutonium Sox

One of the  most difficult things about being a work from home mum is managing my time. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not one of these people that wants to do anything extravagant like watching television or drinking a hot cup of tea. I pretty much know those things aren’t allowed when you’re a mum, let alone a mum who works. 

I am happy with my lot. I look after the children in the morning and we usually do an activity for them and walk Pluto. Then we have lunch, very occasionally a friend or a family member will join us for lunch or, heaven forbid, we might go out. 

After lunch, the girls have a nap and then when hubby gets home he looks after them for a couple of hours. During nap time, I am sometimes relatively undisturbed and can get on with some work.

When hubby has the girls I am occasionally lucky enough to manage two minutes of work at a time for a couple of hours. Of course interspersed with regular interruptions such as “Mum, Lia’s eating the dog” and “Mum, I can’t find my pink phone and I need to ring Father Christmas.”

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