Are your kids driving you crazy? If you don’t have a productivity plan as a stay-at-home freelancer, getting work done can be hard.
It’s something I know a lot about.
I’m a stay-at-home mom. I have eight kids. I home-school. And I have a thriving freelance writing business.
It’s kind of crazy. And I struggled to figure out how to make it work.
When you’re trying to land client work or complete an assignment, with kids begging for your attention, you might think the last thing you want to spend time on is a productivity plan.
But you actually need that in place first.
Why? Let’s just say kids make the work at home experience more interesting.
I get more work done now in less time than I used to. And then there’s the added benefit of maintaining my sanity with such a busy household.
Want to know how I do it? Here’s my productivity plan for freelance writers with kids: