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Tips from a working parent - how to create realistic balance

To work or not to work -- some of your employees are mulling this over and some more often than others. Let's make work work!

Step 1. Be realistic. Be realistic both at home and at work (or at home at work if you get my drift). Super parent is out the window and that's where it should be, pandemic or no pandemic.

Step 2. Set realistic goals for work. They must be achievable so you can feel good about what you're doing.

Step 3. Set realistic goals for home. What does harmony look like in your home? (Hint: it is NOT about perfection.

Step 4. Don't feel guilty, just do your best.

Step 5. Make lots of time to love and care for those in your life and make sure you get cared for too.

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