3 Tips For Successfully Working With Your Spouse

For those of us who are married, I think we can all agree it takes a bit of work. Coexisting with another human isn’t easy, but adding a work life into the mix takes it to a whole new level. You have to balance work, family, romance, and the household all within the four walls of your home. 


If you are tackling this enormous task , then chances are you could use a bit of guidance, or just some encouragement knowing you aren’t alone!


Harold and I have been balancing work and marriage for over 6 years now, and while we aren’t experts, we have found there are some tricks to making this situation run smoothly. You are in luck, because I am going to share them with you today!!


1. Define Your Roles


This bit of advice applies to family life as well as work life. If both you and your spouse are working on the same tasks, you will have certain items overdone, and others forgotten.


We have found that there are specific tasks I enjoy...

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3 Tips For Better Balance As A Mompreneur

There are so many glorious benefits to being a Mompreneur, so many freedoms that are created when you become your own boss. 


But one thing that may hold you back is the idea of balancing your work/family life. You may feel discouraged by the lack of boundaries in place between the two. Work seems to bleed into family, and vice versa!


I totally understand that feeling. As wonderful as it is to be in charge of literally every aspect of your life, it can come with quite a few challenges as well. I’ve been balancing the two (and more!) for a couple of years now and found that there are some tricks to creating productive and smooth days.


And before you check out because you aren’t a mompreneur, if you are balancing any kind of life alongside work, this article will benefit you too!


1. Get Organized!


I know you are thinking that’s a no-brainer. But let me take it a step further than simply stating: get organized. 



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