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Old 07-28-2019, 06:49 PM
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I'd love to hear your best tips for how you balance your homeschool days and working on your business! For me, blocking out my schedule is a MUST. What about you?
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It is best that you dedicate at least two days to your children or home, work. Well 40 hours a week is the best. No more of that time.
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Yeah!!
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Old 09-28-2019, 12:07 PM
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Most of the time, I work at night or early in the morning before my son gets up. The only time I work during the school day is when I give my son independent assignments. Sometimes, I work when he has a friend over.
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I'd love to hear your best tips for how you balance your homeschool days and working on your business! For me, blocking out my schedule is a MUST. What about you?
i think this is far better then other ideas
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It is best that you dedicate at least two days to your children or home, work. Well 40 hours a week is the best. No more of that time.
Yes, I think, it is a great idea!
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It's definitely not easy to balance this! The best time will be at night when they are asleep, or evening onwards when your spouse comes back from work.

Otherwise, over the course of the day, it will be little pockets of 1 hour or so, after you spend some quality time with the kids and they are able to work or play quietly on their own.
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When I homeschooled my oldest (she's now graduated with a bachelor's), we got an early start every day. I work from home, so I was able to begin working after I gave her all her instruction. She was always finished everything by lunch (didn't take breaks). After she completed 10th grade, she joined Liberty University's dual enrollment program to get her associates at 17. At that point, since Liberty was instructing her, I was able to work all day instead of homeschooling.
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