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  1. These are great ideas Kelly! I’m going to have to re-read to take in all the great tips. I especially love #3 and #4. Well I don’t love #3 because I hate getting up early. I love the idea of it but I’m terrible at it. However, lately I’ve come to realize that I am much more of a night person, so I’ve been staying up later to work and it’s been so helpful! As for #4, that’s always a tough balance but you’re right, our kids need our attention and support. Even just a few minutes of focused attention can help my girls play independently. Thanks again and keep up the good work!

  2. I work from home (on my blog) and my kids are homeschooled. I know all the problems which are coming with it, and the benefits as well. The two best solutions for me were using noise-cancelling headphones and not trying to hear what is happening at home when i have them on :) and second, delegate some housework to the kids. They may be wont do the best job from it, but they will learn with time.