Help Christian Mom Entrepreneur! My kids need me!

February 15, 2023

When working from home, everything tends to bleed through.

➡️ Your kids can easily find you.

➡️ Your husband has a question for you.

You feel frustrated that you are mentally prepared yourself to work on your business but keep getting interrupted. 🤷‍♀️

✅ Here are 6 steps to overcome it

✨ 1. Pray to God for guidance & wisdom on setting boundaries while working on your business.

✨2. Tell your hubby & kids –> mom needs x,y,z time. I will be with you afterwards.

Remember, your husband and kids can ask but you decide whether to give in or stay firm on your boundaries.

(If it is a true emergency, then disregard this and help your family out).

✨ 3. Pre-plan what you are focusing on before you start working during your blocked off time.

✨ 4. Get into the zone- listen to your favorite music or wear noise cancelling headphones.

(My favorite is listening to BBC Sherlock when I work)

✨ 5. Don’t have an office? Find anywhere in your home where it is a quiet to work in.

(Before I had an office, I worked in the bedroom closet because it was quiet)

✨ 6. Are you still distracted at home?

Go to the library or cafe. Anywhere in the past that worked for you to get work done.

➡️ Want to learn more tips to maximize your time as a mom and entrepreneur ⬅️

💖 Check out my quiz by clicking the link here!💖

You are loved.


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Meet Celia!

Hi, I am Celia Varghese, Christian coach, business owner and mama of 1.

I am on a mission to help ambitious Christian moms navigate the challenges of running a profitable business while raising young kids. I equip them with the emotional and practical skills necessary to create work-life harmony so they can have more free time to enjoy with their family and themselves.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

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