Working from Home with Young Children

Are you trying to balance working from home with caring for your small children? Or juggling the full-time student load? I share my own experiences working from home and some top tips for making WAHM work for you!

Don't miss the WAHM schedule planner – I give samples of my schedule plus a lot of strategies that have helped me over the years!

Click here to get the WAHM schedule planner and watch my case study!


Topics I Cover in This Podcast:

  • Why working from home is ALWAYS an adjustment (even if you don't have little ones)
  • Special isses that arise when doing remote work with small children around
  • How I managed to fit everything in when Scott worked full-time
  • Why you should NOT work 7 days a week
  • How my working schedule has changed as my kids have gotten older (and we've added more babies!)
  • Why you need to teach your little one to have “alone times”
  • How “together playtimes” can buy you some time for work
  • What our days look like with both of us home
  • Candid discussion about some of the stresses of working from home!
  • How to prioritize (hint: there is no right or wrong – it's about Your family)
  • Wht you must put first if you're in business for yourself
  • Considering childcare options

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Things Mentioned on This Week's Podcast


Birth, Baby, and Life Podcast
Birth, Baby, and Life Podcast
Kristen Burgess: Crazy About Everything Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby

The tips, tools, and straight talk you want for pregnancy, childbirth, and bringing up baby

Working from home with kids

About the author 


Kristen is childbirth educator, student midwife, and a mama to 8 - all born naturally! She has spent years helping mamas have healthy babies, give birth naturally, and enjoy the adventure of motherhood. Find her on her website and helping families through her online childbirth class

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