Part II of the conversation at HippoHopp Duluth
Here’s the second part of the webisode where the mommy guests at HippoHopp Duluth discuss finding work-life balance with the demands of young families and new, growing businesses. Listen to Agatha Achindu of Yummy Spoonfuls organic baby food share some simple solutions to staying on track and spending dedicated family time, while I look forward to lightening my work load.
In the first webisode on tis topic, Wendy Syed of HippoHopp and Uli Ingram of PuliWooli cloth diapers shared how the manage their times so their businesses and families get the most attention.
Next week, get a closer look at the one of a kind children’s birthday cakes and organic birthday party menu options HippoHopp provides at parties.
Work-life balance suggestions
– Create a work and family schedule. Write it out. Keep a planner or post it. Then stick to it.
– During dedicated family time, turn your mobile phone and alerts off.
– Interview virtual assistants or VAs to help you with administrative tasks.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by HippoHopp Duluth. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I can’t wait to hear about your journey for a personal assistant.
Thanks for sharing, Joyce. I’m passing it on, too. ~Donna 🙂
Thanks Donna. If you have had a good experience with a VA, please send me the referral.
It’s going to be interesting.
One of the things I definitely need help with is Powerpoint. I’m not a pro so I’ll probably do a very basic one, then pay a VA to spice it up.