While all this WFH time means you get to see your children during the daylight hours, be wary that the shrieks and howls from your frequently bickering offspring will not be conducive to high productivity. Families have been adapting to new routines brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, managing their children and finding ways to work from home at the same time.
Now, parents will have to continue multitasking for a while more, now that working from home is the default mode during Phase Two (Heightened Alert). But fret not.
Experts say the trick to maintaining your career A-game while working from home is to focus on your children’s routine, rather than your work-from-home reality from the coronavirus outbreak.
Parents who homeschool their children also provide tips on how to cope during these times.
Here are some tips to making the most of your time at home and how to cope during these times.