Managing time efficiently is key to having a productive workday. It can be challenging but there are several strategies I learned to use to improve my productivity and stay on track:

  1. Set a schedule: Establish a routine and stick to it. Create a schedule that includes your work hours, breaks, and other activities, and try to follow it consistently.
  2. Prioritize tasks: Identify the most important tasks you need to complete each day, and focus on those first. This helps you avoid getting distracted or overwhelmed by less important tasks.
  3. Minimize distractions: Create a workspace that is free from distractions, such as TV or social media. Consider using noise-canceling headphones or setting boundaries with family members or roommates.
  4. Take breaks: Schedule regular breaks throughout the day to rest, recharge, and avoid burnout. Step away from your workspace, take a walk, or engage in a relaxing activity.
  5. Communicate with others: If you are working with a team, stay in touch and communicate regularly to stay on track and avoid misunderstandings.
  6. Use productivity tools: Consider using a daily planner so you stay organized, manage your time, and track your progress.
  7. Separate work and personal time: When working from home, it can be challenging to separate work and personal time. Establish clear boundaries and try to avoid working outside of your designated work hours.

Remember, working from home requires discipline and self-motivation. By implementing these strategies, I was able to shorten my work hours and still end my day feeling satisfied with my progress on projects. This reduced my stress allowing me to have a more enjoyable time with my family. 


After an early morning of meditation and 2 cups of hazelnut coffee, I spend my day shuttling my kids in, around, and through our New York apartment while helping women build their online empires. I have worked with everyone from entrepreneurs interested in revamping their online presence to small businesses that want to grow beyond their local pond. Most evenings, I’m burning dinner in hopes that hubby will show mercy on our four kids and cook an edible meal. I work from home. It gives me freedom and room to grow.

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