Sometimes what works for you is the last thing you think would work for you. 😳

Sometimes what works for you is the last thing you think would work for you. 😳

This is my current office situation – it’s a work in progress.

I used to share an office across the hall with my husband but felt it difficult to create in the stoic, masculine environment. I love the man, but we just work differently.

I share an office with my kids and it works for us. (Yes, that’s Cocomelon on the TV)

I don’t feel like I’m shutting them out to put work as a priority, I don’t fear that they are getting into unsupervised trouble.

Their energy feeds into mine and they mostly keep to themselves when I’m using the computer – writing looks like a boring job to them.

You’d think my children would be a distraction, but they aren’t.

My kids are the priority and I want them to know that.

Work is also important (you know, gotta support this luxurious lifestyle of keeping a roof over our heads and food on the table) and I want them to see what it looks like.

I don’t want work to be a secret from them or off limits. I want it to be an inspiration as they grow.

This is what work/life balance looks like for me. I work well in chaos, I mother well when I’m being myself.

Whether you own your own business, telecommute or have control of the home managing duties, it’s ‘work from home’ so…

What does working from home look like for you? 👇🏻

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Published by Brittni Clarkson

Hi, I'm Brittni, author, podcaster, transformational speaker, and a mom of 3 boys, passionate about helping moms overcome the overwhelm and actually ENJOY MOTHERHOOD.

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