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Work Family Balance - One of the Holy Grails of Motherhood?

<a href="/blogs/mihiriudabage/2012/02/27/work-family-balance-one-of-the-holy-grails-of-motherhood">Work Family Balance - One of the Holy Grails of Motherhood?</a>

More than 9 years ago, I became a parent for the first time. Since then, I've tried on some of the many combinations of work family ‘balance’ that are on offer. Nine years on, I’m not yet sure that I have it right. As much as income generation and work satisfaction are important, the question that ends up being the deal breaker is always - does this fit for the children too? How do you know when you have got the balance right? What is right? Read full article

School Holidays - How I Don't Work From Home

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/01/11/school-holidays-how-i-dont-work-from-home">School Holidays - How I Don&#039;t Work From Home</a>

I have cheated a bit in this blogpost title. I do work from home, and I work from home during the school holidays. This makes me feel very lucky and sometimes very frustrated. It's quite challenging to make working from home work during the school holidays. Like all parents working from home, my frustration comes from wanting to still be productive at work in spite of needing (and wanting) to be more present as a mother. Read full article