Working From Home: Time Blocking and Beyond

Before having R I was such a high performer. I worked multiple jobs at a time and clocked in more hours than I probably should have. But I loved it. I loved feeling accomplished at the end of my days. Around the end of my pregnancy I started to slow down due to physical limits. I couldn’t be on my feet for too long, and … Continue reading Working From Home: Time Blocking and Beyond

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Working At Home With A Baby

Before having Rhys I was such a high performer. I worked multiple jobs at a time and clocked in more hours than I probably should have. But I loved it. I loved feeling accomplished at the end of my days. Around the end of my pregnancy I started to slow down due to physical limits. I couldn’t be on my feet for too long, and walking and moving around caused a lot of discomfort. It was one of the most difficult things to accept during my pregnancy. I essentially had to limit my daily activities to a minimum, otherwise I was in pain for days after. I felt totally unlike myself and I could not wait to get back to being able to jam packed my days once Rhys was born.

Boy, was I wrong about that. Continue reading “Work Smarter, Not Harder: Working At Home With A Baby”