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How to Get Work-Life Balance as a Parent

by Michelle Woo, Offspring.lifehacker.com
June 9, 2018

You missed your kid’s soccer game again because you’ve been working on that big client report, the one you’re still behind on. Oh, and didn’t you promise to bring muffins to the school bake sale tomorrow? And there’s that meeting at 10, and the pediatrician appointment at 11:30, and ugh, you should probably buy toilet paper at...[Click to read more]

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Want to earn a bit of cash working from home? Here are 10 ways to do it

by Jenny Chamberlain, Grimsbytelegraph.co.uk
June 9, 2018

Being a parent can make it difficult to find work that fits around childcare arrangements. A lot of my mum-friends gave up work completely when their maternity leave finished because after deducting the cost of childcare they were hardly earning anything. It can be really frustrating sitting at home, knowing that you can work, but just not...[Click to read more]

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Saving The World, One Freelancer At A Time

by Jon Younger, Forbes.com
June 8, 2018

One of the innovations I’m tracking here at Freelance Revolution is the education of freelancers. It’s been exciting to see recent innovation starting to take root, like the creation of “freelance schools” to teach people how to be successful as independent professionals. For-profit organizations like Revature and Andela are pioneers in this effort, helping newbie freelancers build the...[Click to read more]

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These 5 time-wasters are killing your job search

by ELIZABETH GRACE SAUNDERS, Fastcompany.com
June 8, 2018

Job searches always take time but don’t have to waste time. As a time management coach, I’ve worked with many job seekers who stick to whatever feels safe and comfortable instead of doing what’s effective, only to find their job searches stretching on for an eternity. But in my experience, making your job search more efficient starts...[Click to read more]

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Creative ways to separate the office from home when you work remotely

by Monica Torres, Theladders.com
June 8, 2018

When your home also doubles as your office, professional and personal boundaries can blur. To separate the two worlds, you’ll need to get inventive. Maybe try working away from your bedroom, or turning off your phone … or donning your work robe? Creative costume changes were among the many answers that writer Nicole Cliffe received when...[Click to read more]

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Inventive tips for separating your job from your life when you work from home

by Corinne Purtill, Work.qz.com
June 7, 2018

For all the advantages of working from home, the blurring of lines between work and leisure time is a real drawback. Without clear boundaries and rituals to mark the workday’s start and end, it’s all too easy for remote workers to always be on the clock—or to feel guilty that they should be. The writer Nicole Cliffe...[Click to read more]

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