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Full-time Employee, Parent, and Teacher… There are not enough hours in the day!

Full-time Employee, Parent, and Teacher… There are not enough hours in the day!

By Sarah Balke

Many parents have a new reality they are facing. Being a dedicated full-time employee and parent is hard enough, but now throw in new technology, online learning, keeping up with classes, homework, and doing your best to make sure your kids are successful - this can feel exhausting and overwhelming. Give yourself extra credit and a little boost to keep your body feeling its best.

Here are a few tips to help you and your students be successful:

1.     Create a schedule and keep a routine, including bedtime: Kids are used to learning with a set schedule. This can be tricky if you are sharing devices, internet bandwidth, and your time. Determine a schedule that allows you to be both an effective employee and lets you help your kids with learning. Set aside evening time for homework, so it doesn’t interrupt your workday. When it comes to bedtime, set a sleep and wake-up time for both you and your kids. Sleeping on a pillow