Summer vacation is here and your house is full of kids, noise and you have work to do for clients.  During the Summer you can keep the kids entertained, be as productive as possible and hit your goals.

It’s easy to get distracted and to put off things for the next day.  Soon, you look up and the whole Summer has passed without any productivity.  Over the years I’ve tried different things to see what would work with my kids to keep them entertained, help me get things done and how I can enjoy the Summer with them.

In this episode, I share some quick tips to structure your day to do just that.  Take a listen to how you can survive the Summer months while your kids are at home.  Don’t forget to share this episode with a fellow Biz Mom Entrepreneur.

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Brief Recap:

  1. Figure out what you want from the Summer
  2. Do you need to outsource
  3. Travel

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