For the past 8 years I have been working on almost every weekend.
And I have loved it.
Many of the events I speak at, are on weekends....
I usually like to schedule my video shoots on weekends....
I prefer to write my articles on weekends....
Many of my patients find it easier to consult on weekends....
But in spite of all this.....weekends have always felt like weekends for various reasons.
I am going to a different place.... At a different time from the usual weekdays..... I am meeting different people.... And there is some sort of a meet up planned with friends and family before and after work.
The constant ' shelter in place ' due to the pandemic however has over several months...
Blurred the distinction between days.
Everything is part of an unending continuum
If I feel this in spite of having a hectic work schedule which involves dressing differently for workshops.. And consultations... And stepping out for shoots.....
I can well imagine what it is like for children.
They are in leisure wear all the time... They have no where to go.... And there are very few exciting things to look forward to.
No wonder then that they are cranky.
And cranky children are tough for WFH parents to handle.
In my book '15 tips for WFH parents' I offer suggestions on making things easier.
This is an EBook published by Juggernaut Books and available free on their app in the personal development section.
I am happy to share the link on DM 🙂