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Adjusting to schedule changes is HARD!! There are so many different things you CAN do that sometimes the day goes by and it feels like none of it happened. Here are my tips for making things work when you’re adjusting to a new routine of working from home, and combining different responsibilities.
Thanks for this one! I’m struggling, as I’m sure many are, and it’s comforting to hear from another voice that it’s okay to do what I need to do to keep us getting through the day. Thanks for helping me stay sane! Your advice from long ago about not assigning a particular time to a task is also helping–I have to get the dishes done at some point each day, and the kids have to get their rooms clean at some point each day. Helps as we’re stuck here for the foreseeable future!
I have started y new habit where I take care of my household 60 min. per day. I am a single woman without children or pets who works fulltime, so this is my way to keep things under control. When you live alone you have the challenge that there is no accountability and you can become a total slob. When I had a flatmate at uni I was so much cleaner. I am doing my new habit for 4 days in a row now and the progress I have made! My place which was really dirty is looking so much better now. While I have done my cleaning session today, I have listened to your podcast for motivation. Thank you so much for your work!
Thank you for this post.
Rebecca I totally understand, it’s really difficult to motivate yourself & the fact you’re doing it show’s a lot of self-care & love. This podcast from Dana & your comments have really inspired me, thank you so much. May God Bless you x
Lydia Hellerich says
Yes, concurrently is a word and you are using it correctly.
Also. I love your podcast and audio books.