Surviving No School While Working from Home

Surviving No School While Working from Home

Let’s start out with explaining that I need to be home where it’s quiet to work. I am without a noiseproof workspace. An office with a door would be wonderful, but that’s not how our home is set up at this stage. When school is out, and my schedule is thrown to the wind, it becomes difficult to remain productive. There is noise and constant, “Ma. Ma. Ma. Ma. Ma. Ma. Ma.” interruptions. We’re also on the move quite a bit. Break is a great time for friends coming over, and planning day trips. It’s not so good for working.

Almost as Good as Bacon

Almost as Good as Bacon

In starting my day with one SCREAMING Dr. Destructo (overtired by a dinner out for Grandma’s birthday) over how Kiddo put invisible boogers on his waffle and in his orange juice and having Kiddo bounce off the walls for about an hour straight (all before 8:30 am), I’ve officially decided that since I didn’t yell or bang their heads together, I win for the day.  I just wanted to share that with you all. My brains are still rattling. Oh the joys of motherhood.