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6 ways to effectively manage work from home

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6 ways to effectively manage work from home

A working mom, realizes how drastically life changed after her baby came into the world. Also, that if she didn’t organize herself, both her career and baby were bound to get shortchanged. Here’s how she took control of her life.


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Shreejaya

| Jun 20, 2016

am leaving my 7 m old baby at home for 10 hrs minimum. job restrictions and Mumbai traffic. sometimes feel really sad wn i don't have time to spend with my baby. lucky are those moms i say who have options for work from home

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Meenakshi Arora

| Jun 20, 2016

my son is 8 months old,but he didn't sleep properly in night even day,he always wake up within 1/2 to 1 hour,pls suggest what can I do.

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urmila mirche

| Jun 06, 2016

no need to worry. Baby manage according to situations.

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Archana N

| Jan 28, 2016

Working from home needs a lot of discipline, dedication, multi tasking, patience, presence of mind & offcourse the same passion... My son is +2 yrs and I am still operating from home. Offcourse can't thank enough to my seniors for giving me this flexibility and helping me in keeping my passion alive. While, My growth graph has slowed down but at the same time, I have the BIGGEST satisfaction of growing my son in front of my eyes, teaching him what is right, feeding him what is hygienic & needed for his growth & most importantly, grabbing and capturing wonderful memories in our beautiful journey... After all, I will have a 2nd chance to grow but not my son... To balance between professional & personal life, I hired a full day nanny cum household help who handles all my unproductive activities so that I can focus on selective yet most important things . Believe me, the satisfaction I have each night before I go to bed to keep my passion alive and also give full attention to my kid rather than keeping him in a day care or with someone else. We know, no one can replace mother's position.. Nor will anyone have that deep interest in making your kid all rounder. I am very happy and satisfied with my decision and can really see the results in my son's learnings & overall developments... thought to share if it helps anyone.

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akanksha dwivedi

| Jan 25, 2016

Here I would say working from is better than ladies working outside ....as atleast u hav satisfaction ur baby is in front of ur eyes .Right now I m on maternity leave I m a banker nd I 'll join probably in march its really horrible for me how I 'll manage leaving my baby for 8 hrs..

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krishna shekhar

| Dec 25, 2015

Yes veera... it happens to me all the time. :) I can work only once he sleeps... it doesn't happen thay he is awake playing and I can do my work at the same time. He stands at my feet to stop my work and take him.

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Nahid

| Dec 08, 2015

Great piece of info. And yes it needs too much will power to work from home with a baby but yes nothing is impossible for mother's

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veera annem

| Dec 07, 2015

I thought this post is about "What if the child playing on floor comes at your feet and try to stand and disturb you eventually".. :)

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