Successfully Work Remotely While Homeschooling

A pandemic known as Covid-19 has been unleashed on the world, leaving no area safe from this new virus that has the potential to be fatal. In the U.S., communities are banding together and governments are shutting down entire states (almost literally with the closure of non-essential businesses that is). With k-12 schools (temporarily, for now) closed for 1-month, colleges have moved their entire curriculumn online for the rest of the semester, and many workplaces have moved to remote work (hallelujah, this is a blessing for sure!) – there is a massive amount of change, anxiety, and many tests to patience will occur. As a seasoned resident remote-worker and parent to two young children, I am here to guide you in some helpful tips and share many beneficial resources that I have found – all of which have provided some level of benefit to me.

A little about me –

I have been freelancing online since March of 2013. I have studied remotely through distance learning programs since 2012, where I earned my Bachelors in Entrepreneurship and Marketing in 2014 and my MBA in 2016. I have worked in offices since 2016 where I have had the opportunity to work remotely, at least part of the time. I changed employment and now work remotely 100% of the time since mid-2019. In that time, I also had a child in 2014 – you can see her pictured here in San Diego where I walked for my Bachelors commencement ceremony, she was only 9 months old! productivity consultant

I also continued forward with my Masters and earned that in 2016 while working full-time in an office environment with a little baby/toddler on my hands. My family moved across country from Montana to Michigan, living in an RV with 4 large dogs and 4 cats. We landed in Michigan where I immediately connected with a Virtual Assistant job board and was supplied with regular jobs and clients. From there, I found jobs with partial remote work capabilities that were also local to my area. By 2017, my family found a home we moved into and I found out I was pregnant with our 2nd child. By mid-2018 I gave birth to our 2nd girl and I was able to move my work from part-time remote to full-time – something I did for about 3-4 months until I transitioned back to part-time in the office. My mid-2019, a full-remote career opportunity arose, so I took it. At this point in time, my youngest is a toddler and my oldest is in Kindergarten. Sometimes I have help with care of the youngest, but more often than not, I do not – so I learned to improvise. This is where many of my practical techniques developed and I learned that I really do have more than 2 arms and can accomplish way more than I believe in a day.

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Now with Covid-19 I have a hyper Kindergartner home from school for the next month with an active toddler while still working remotely full-time. I juggle daily life, homeschooling, work, and whatever else arises (I also have many pets – check me out on IG @thisis.ourzoo).

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