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Just short of three months into the work-at-home mom role, and I am already getting the hang of it. After being in an office job for most of my employee life, I have had to get used to the flexible time schedule and the balancing act of being a wife, mom, homemaker, cook, cleaner and teacher/writer. One of the things I appreciated in my office-based work in the past was the organization aspect of the HR department. It helped keep the quality of my work in check, and helped me to stay on track when it came to anything professional. The guidelines that all the employees were to follow became like Gospel truth, so much so that the business operated smoothly and efficiently.

So I thought: What if I had my own "HR department" for my work-at-home mom status? After all, with such a multi-tasking occupation, I needed some kind of organization, some way of defining my work style! And so I came up with this system....

 

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