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Today is my son’s last day as a third grader, and my daughter's last day as a pre-schooler. I can finally take that sign of relief knowing any last-minute homework assignment, book report, animal presentation, and final Kindergarten paperwork have been signed, sealed and delivered. Ahhh…
BUT, as with most things, summer break just brings a different balancing act for those who work remotely. Now, virtual employees need to shift their mental focus from the day-to-day school activities and figure out how to balance work when kids invade their office spaces. While my kid's summer plans include an all-day, summer camp which is scheduled during regular business hours, many of my colleagues are dealing with the delicate balancing act of Barbies and Legos invading their office spaces.
For those of you who are also trying to juggle the act of working remotely while your kids are home, an article published via theguardian offers some tips and suggestions.
And, by the end of the summer, you may be ready to send your kids back and repeatedly replay an old Staples commercial I stumbled upon last night.
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Enjoy summer break!