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Trying to Write When the Kids Are Home

24 October 2013

Tips for Trying to Write When the Kids Are Home

By Bridget Galbreath via WeBlogBetter

Working is one of those necessary evils in life. Nobody really wants to do it, but if we didn’t, we wouldn’t be able to afford to live.


It can be quite difficult to try to write quality blog posts while the kids are running around, playing and constantly pulling on your coattails.

If you are a blogger, don’t toss in the towel or get frustrated; instead, use these tips to make the most out of writing while the kids are at home:


Working from home has its ups and downs, especially when there are children involved. Use these tips to guide you to more effective writing so you can run a successful blog and enjoy your kids, too.

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From Guest blogger Randall.

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2 Comments to “Trying to Write When the Kids Are Home”

  1. Once of the reasons why you chose to work from home was to be with your kids. As such, make sure you devote quality time with them each day. Stop working for a chunk of time and do activities together…

    I’ve gotten quite good at writing while surrounded by mayhem. :D If you’d asked me about that 5 years ago, I’d have answered, “No way! I need peace and quiet in order to write.”

    In fact, while peace and quiet are lovely for writing, I can manage without. Needs must.

    I’ve found the danger now lies in the other direction. I am able to tune out my family more continuously than I really want to! So, now I work to make sure I take regular breaks during which I connect with my kids and my spouse.

  2. As a homeschooling single mom, I can tell you the most important factor was teaching my son what it meant to respect “work time.” Not only do I get writing time, he learns self-reliance and self-discipline.

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