HOW TO BALANCE WORK AND FAMILY?
HOW TO BALANCE WORK AND FAMILY?
My online courses, couching consultations. a club for people in creative professions, learning within two programs, having two children and a husband. HOW? I would say: it's not easy but it's simple.

I have three secrets:
Prioritizing is a commitment to cut out the unnecessary at the given moment of time. I divide my day into three parts prioritizing tasks within each of them.

Morning is work time. Club's strategy, online projects, writing letters and attending meetings related to them. Priorities don't always arise from urgent matters. They can also include strategically important tasks – for example, club's objectives for the month, client work planning or performance training strategy.

Early evening – my kids. When it's time to pick them up from school or kindergarten I switch my phone into night mode to only receive calls from my family. I entirely devote this time to my son and daughter. The quality
of communication plays a leading role for me.

Night - after I put my kids to bed. This is my personal time. I can read,
watch TV shows with my husband, take a bath or just do nothing.
Priorities don't always arise from urgent matters. They can also include strategically important tasks.
Focusing is essential to not spread yourself too thin and to stay concentrated on accomplishing your tasks in the minimum time. You also need it to not let anything distract you from your priorities. I've learned to quickly shift my focus to what I need within projects and scopes of activity.
Enjoyment and satisfaction are the crucial moments of my life. It's very important for me to get joy from what I do. I can only force myself to do something when I acknowledge my strategic goal – what am I doing it for. Focusing also helps to follow some big and little daily pleasures.
I can only force myself to do something when I acknowledge my strategic goal – what am I doing it for.