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Balancing working from home during school holidays

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While many school children are celebrating the end of term and the Easter holidays ahead, many working parents are facing weeks of constant juggling. Working from home can be even more challenging during the holiday period. We have provided a few top tips to help you survive:
• Be transparent and honest with the people who are likely to be affected by your work schedule whether that’s your team, manager or clients
• Consider a range of childcare options including family, friends, sports clubs, day camps and youth clubs
• Create your sanctuary by having a dedicated workspace where you can close the door to take those important phone calls
• Flexibility is key you may have to start work earlier than usual or add an additional hour in the evening
It’s not just about getting through the holidays, but making them enjoyable for you and your children and most importantly be kind to yourself.

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